‘I’m going to fight this’: GOP senators say they will fight to keep ObamaCare law

A lot of Republican senators are saying that they are going to continue fighting to keep the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in place.

The Senate GOP majority is not happy with President Donald Trump’s “insulting” tweet, with Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-TN) tweeting that the President should be fired for his “insults.”

He’s now on the Senate Budget Committee, a subcommittee of the Finance Committee.

Alexander tweeted that Trump should be removed from office for “insulencing” the American people and that the Senate should vote to impeach him.

“We must take this matter seriously.

We need to hold Trump accountable.

He is inciting hate and fear, and he is encouraging more violence and violence,” he said.

In other words, Alexander is saying that Trump is inciting people to go on the rampage in the streets and to commit violence in the halls of Congress.

Trump has continued to insult people, Alexander said, saying that his tweets have made him look like “a bully.”

The President said that “it’s just been a great start,” and that he wants to keep fighting to repeal and replace ObamaCare.

Trump also said that the healthcare law was not a success, as he was “getting rid of it.”

He also said the Affordable Health Care Act is not working, and that Obamacare was not designed to work.

The President has also repeatedly tweeted that he “wants to have the country on the road to health care,” but that his administration was “killing it” and he “hasn’t been able to get it through Congress.”

He has continued his attacks on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R–KY), calling him a “sick, disgusting coward.”