John Boehner and John McCain say they will vote against a Republican bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, The Associated Press reported Friday.
“It is not an issue we have any concerns about,” the GOP leaders said in a statement.
“The American people deserve better than the president who will try to take away health care from the most vulnerable in this country.”
Republicans have been pushing to bring Obamacare to a vote as soon as possible, and Democrats have vowed to block any vote unless Republicans take a dramatic step to overhaul the health care system.
The White House has said there will be no vote on the repeal bill until Congress passes a bill that does away with key provisions of the 2010 law.
Democrats have said Republicans are bluffing and that they will not support any repeal legislation until the law is fully repealed.
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