It's not so easy to come up with the infrastructure of a health plan to replace Obamacare. Five weeks into the Donald Trump presidency we're still waiting for the repeal of the Affordable Care Act.
Political consultant Chris Begala says Republicans are proceeding cautiously on the big job which has been dropped in their laps.
“They don't want to be the party that stripped healthcare from 11 million people who didn't have it previously,” Begala says. “That may be the only saving grace of Obamacare.”
Begala expects the Trump White House to come up with a replacement in two-to-three months. The complexities make this a major project, but he's sure work is being done around the clock to keep the promises made during the campaign.