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What do we need to do now? Go back to the beginning, introduce a bill. Introduce a bill move it through, bring it to the floor, vote on it. That's the normal process. And if you shut out the adversary or the opposite party, you're gonna end up the same way Obamacare did when they rammed it through with 60 votes.
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Only guess what, we don't have 60 votes. In my view, it's probably gonna be dead, but I've been wrong.
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thought I'd be President of the United States.
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t I think, I fear that it's gonna fail. And then we should convene a Republican conference and say, what are we going to do?
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Introduce a bill. Say to the Democrats, here's a bill. It doesn't mean that they control it. It means they can have amendments considered. And even when they lose, then they're be part of the process. That's what democracy is supposed be all about.