President Trump doesn't forget the people who cross him, and he doesn't want you to forget either. As President Trump was listing the accomplishments of the last year to the crowd at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), he alluded to Sen. McCain's (R-Ariz.) betrayal on Obamacare.
"We would have had healthcare, too. Think of that. But I think we may be better off the way we’re doing it. It’s piece by piece by piece. Obamacare is just being wiped out. The individual mandate, essentially, wipes it out. So I think we may be better off. And people are getting great healthcare plans and we’re not finished yet. But, remember, one person walked into a room when he was supposed to go this way, and he said he was going this way, and he walked in, and he went this way, and everyone said, “What happened? What was that all about?... I don’t want to be controversial, so I won’t use his name. Okay? What a mess. But it’s all happening anyway."
President Trump was alluding to Sen. McCain's shameless last-minute dramatics where he tanked the repeal effort in the Senate back in July. As the Senator has been out of the spotlight while he has been battling cancer, he hasn't been sparring with the President as much as he used to; that might change now that the President has weighed in.
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