Pence on health care: ‘It ain’t over’

(CNN) Vice President Mike Pence vowed to carry on to press for the repeal plus replacement of Obamacare on Friday evening, telling a group of conservative students within Washington that the effort “ain’t more than by a long shot. ”

Pence has been speaking at Young America’s Foundation’s annual National Conservative Student Meeting a little over a week after the Republican-led Obamacare replacement proposal failed within dramatic fashion in the Senate.
Hours before Pence’s speech, President Trump had still left the nation’s capital for a 17-day functioning vacation at his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey, and the Senate had remaining for its August recess.

Yet the vice president assured the particular conservative audience that the GOP’s seven-year campaign to repeal the Inexpensive Care Act would continue.

“Last 7 days it was clear that the Senate was not quite ready to keep that guarantee to the American people when they dropped one vote short of moving forward on the bill to repeal and substitute this disastrous policy, ” Pence said.