The vote on the American Health Care Act (AHCA) was originally scheduled for Thursday, the seventh anniversary of the signing of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, unofficially known as Obamacare. House GOP leadership postponed the vote until Friday after it became clear it would not happen until the middle of the night because they did not have enough votes. Earlier on Friday, House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wisconsin) traveled to the White House to brief Trump that he didn't think that there were enough Republican votes to pass the bill, even after making major concessions to conservative members, including eliminating a requirement to cover essential benefits. When asked if the White House considered postponing the vote again when the whip count still did not appear to be in favor of the bill by Friday afternoon, press secretary Sean Spicer said no. "At some point, we either have a deal or we don’t. And I think that’s where the president finally drew the line and said we’ve been having this discussion, we’ve had the meetings and we’ve done everything possible to address the concerns, and ideas and opinions that people have brought up," he said. "At some point, there’s a political cost to dragging this out as well, and saying let’s just keep letting it go. And I think that’s where, you know, we came to a decision that it had gotten as far as it can go." This is actually great news America, because now all there is to do is fully repeal Obamacare...Like Rand Paul wanted to do last week. This means no hidden healthcare agenda's like their are in Ryancare/Obamacare version 2.0, since Ryancare would allow illegals to be covered and penalties even higher than Obamacare. All there is left to do now is to simply destroy Obamacare, and put in place a healthcare plan for the American people that isn't a replica of Obamacare like Ryancare was...Just with a one letter difference. Another reason this could be good for the American people, is that this could drain the swamp in DC...As meaning this could lead to a stepping down of Paul Ryan as House Speaker. We need a full repeal of Obamacare more than anything, and when that happens President Trump should probably hold a new replacement plan with actual Doctor...Dr. Rand Paul US Senator of Kentucky.