Repealing Obamacare is "the first order of business" for the incoming Trump administration—but some in the GOP are starting to get cold feet. Repealing the Affordable Care Act has been the Republican rallying cry for six years, and their constituents expect them to fulfill that promise. But stripping health insurance from 22 million Americans without a replacement plan could incur serious wrath from voters—and they're nowhere near a viable replacement. If they do it, will they regret it?
Will Republicans regret repealing Obamacare?
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