"I think we will have anywhere from – literally, by rule – 90 seconds to two minutes of debate on this legislation. Now that is an abomination, that is legislative malpractice."
During his daily briefing at the White House, Press Secretary Sean Spicer admitted that Trump's wants to cut health care first so that he can maximize tax cuts for the wealthy in 2018.
When Speaker of the House Paul Ryan rushed to the White House to brief Trump on the health care bill hours before the vote, the odds were that the news was not good for Republicans. It's being reported that Ryan told Trump that he doesn't have the votes to pass the health care bill, but White House is still pushing ahead on the vote.