Trump's bluff may be working already. Following Trump's ultimatum, Mark Meadows, chairman of the Freedom Caucus said that the healthcare bill has been improved, and that the Freedom Caucus will meet and discuss the revised bill. And while Meadows is maintaining a solid front for now, saying he is a "No" vote right now, with Trump having shone the spotlight fully on the Freedom Caucus, and thus providing republicans with a scapegoat should the vote fail tomorrow, we would not find it at all surprising if the Freedom Caucus were to fold overnight following "intense deliberations." Following a day of narrative twists and turns ahead of what was supposed to be a Thursday night vote to repeal Obamacare, a vote which was pulled in the last moment when over 30 conservative and moderate House republicans threatened to vote against the Ryan/Trump plan, Trump has had enough with the Freedom Caucus dissenters and has issued an informal ultimatum: vote to repeal Obamacare on Friday or Obamacare stays. Trump is demanding a vote Friday in the House on the Republican plan to repeal and replace Obamacare, White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney said according to Reuters. If the bill fails, Trump is prepared to move on and leave Obamacare in place the budget director added. Trump officials meeting with the House GOP conference said Trump is done negotiating over the legislation, which was set to come up for a vote Thursday but was delayed. To be honest with America...Most Americans would rather have Obamacare in place, until we have an actual replacement...And not Ryan's Obamacare version 2.0. That's just what Paul Ryan's AHCA healthcare proposal really is America, it's just Obamacare on steroids, since most of Paul Ryan's healthcare proposal keeps Obamacare intact with specially added Obamacare increases. Have to honestly say we should agree with President Trump, in if a vote is not done by tomorrow Obamacare stays...Until we just simply repeal Obamacare with an actual version that fully replaces it unlike Paul Ryan's plan. Finally not only is Trump done with the healthcare proposal from Paul Ryan, but it shows he is unwilling to play politics with both parties when they simply play games with the well being of Americans...Like Washington always has. This sends a clear message to the Republican party mainly the GOP shills in Washington like Paul Ryan, because even though Trump won the Republican ticket...Trump today has let the Republican party know that he is unwilling to deal with their bullshit infighting. So by Trump telling if Paul Ryan's plan doesn't get voted on by tomorrow, is this showing to America that President Trump alone doesn't even personally like Paul Ryan's plan?