The new healthcare plan that was introduced by Paul Ryan and House Republicans has been criticised by many, even Republicans, to be an inadequate replacement for the Affordable Care Act. The president ordered to have them vote on a repeal today, even though there aren't enough votes yet. The new plan is not a sufficient plan to cover Americans and it seems to me as something that Ryan and House Republicans scrambled to put together considering it was a huge campaign point of Trump's. They obviously need more time to work on it and a vote to repeal the ACA could further divide the Republican party, as well as Congress as a whole.
Thoughts on the flurry of confusion regarding the vote to repeal the ACA?
Update: Question is still relevant, however voting will not take place today or any time soon. Pretty sure the proposed bill was scrapped.