Republicans haven't been successful is their attempt to repeal and replace Obamacare. While the House did actually pass legislation, the Senate couldn't get enough votes on their repeal and replace plan. According to the Washington Post, Senate Republican leaders are ready to move on to other legislative issues.

Senate Republican leaders signaled Monday that they intend to move on from health care to other legislative priorities, even as President Trump continued to pressure lawmakers to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.

The discord comes amid uncertainty in the insurance industry and on Capitol Hill about what will come next after last week’s dramatic collapse of the GOP’s effort to scrap the seven-year-old landmark law. Trump on Monday threatened to end subsidies to insurers and also took aim at coverage for members of ­Congress.

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