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This president is getting deeply involved, he is helping bridge gaps in our conference. He is a constructive force to help us get to a resolution so that we get consensus on how to repeal and replace Obamacare. It's been very helpful and the President of The United State is the one who's been mediating this.
The President of the United States is the one who's bringing people together, sitting around a table, hashing out our differences, so that we can get to a consensus document. The goal here is get to a bill that can pass. Of course, he's unorthodox and it's actually very constructive in many, many ways.
He is making it easier and better or us to pass healthcare. The President, his involvement and his engagement, his listening and his negotiating skills are bringing people together. Did you see them yesterday in Detroit and Tennessee? The President has a connection with individuals in this country. No offense, but he goes around the media and connects with people specifically and individually.
This is a power that we haven't seen since Ronald Reagan.