DOESN'T think Texas judge's decision ending Obamacare will stand despite ...

DOESN'T think Texas judge's decision ending Obamacare will stand despite tough talk in public but rebrands GOP 'the party of healthcare' as White House works with THREE outside groups to craft replacement has privately told confidants he thinks his administration won't prevail has said repeatedly he wants to make the GOP the 'party of health care' Republicans failed to pass a bill to repeal the law when they had unified control  officials have been in contact with conservative think tanks over legislation  's administration is asking a federal appeals court to strike down the entire Obamacare law  Democrats campaigned successfully in 2018 over preserving protections for those with preexisting conditions 

By Geoff Earle, Deputy U.s. Political Editor For Dailymail.com

Published: 18:45 BST, 1 April 2019 | Updated: 18:45 BST, 1 April 2019

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President Donald is telling associates he does not expect a Republican-backed lawsuit to strike down all of Obamacare in the courts will prevail – even as he champions an effort to make the GOP the 'party of health care.'

made the surprise decision to talk up health legislation last week immediately after the release of a summary of Robert Mueller's Russia probe, and is encouraging his party to make it a signature issue going into the 2020 elections.

But he has told confidants he thinks his administration won't prevail in the lawsuit it joined, where state attorneys general and GOP governors are seeking to strike down the entire Obamacare law, Axios reported.

President Trump doesn't expect to prevail in the effort to strike down Obamacare, as he seeks to fashion the GOP into the 'party of health care'

President doesn't expect to prevail in the effort to strike down Obamacare, as he seeks to the GOP into the 'party of health care'

The publication reports that it is the president himself who is behind the effort, following inside coverage last week that the decision was a product of a bitter internal fight that split acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney

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