Davidson and "Hillbilly Elegy" author and
This month, Congressional Republicans unveiled the American Health Care Act, which
Davidson said while there's been "serious objections" to this bill, "I think it's better than it was last week."
"I don't know how much we'll be able to amend it," he said. "I'm sure if it truly comes down to a binary choice, as I've heard in reports, it may be in trouble."
The Hill, the newspaper for
"Remember this is government-controlled health care, the system that requires enrollment in an unaffordable, unsustainable, unwanted, unconstitutional continuation of government-run medicine," Palin said. "And even in this new quasi-reformed proposal, there is still an aspect of socialism."
Davidson said Saturday night that congressional leaders are trying to follow the apparent mandate by the American people based on the results of the
"Repeal and replace is an iconic promise," he said. "I don't want to make excuses ... but people didn't send us there to make excuses. They sent us there to get things done."
Davidson, who owns manufacturing businesses in
"We want it to be a good product, a product everyone would want because everybody's going to be using it," he said. "Everyone in America is going to be affected by this decision ... so we've got a little work to make this a really good product. I don't know if we can."
J.D. Vance on D.C.
Vance in a Q&A with 700 WLW personality
"There's a lot of significant things going on in the community for a long, long time," Vance said. "And for the past 10, 20 years, folks have basically gotten the same message from
"I think people over time have said that neither one of those things are really responsive of what's going on in my life, or going on in my community," Vance said.
Vance also hypothesized that Trump's victory was due to the fact he did not sound like a politician, saying in the presidential debates nine out of the 10 candidates had similar ideas.
And though some of Trump's comments have been inaccurate during the course of the campaign and in the two months since taking the oath of office, Vance said people don't care.
"People say, 'Why aren't Trump supporters worried about things that come out of his mouth?'" he said. "They just d0n't care about words from anyone right now. They just don't trust the process."
But if Trump and
"I think what is at issue here is Trump's got to deliver,
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