Sen. Rand Paul told CNN's Wolf Blitzer that he will unveil his new health care bill to replace Obamacare "within two days" so Congress can vote on it at the same time as they try to repeal the ACA.
As the interview began, Sen. Paul sounded like a Trump surrogate and defended Donald's cabinet picks until Wolf Blitzer switched topics to health care.
A few days ago, news broke that Donald Trump made a phone call to Sen. Paul to support his efforts to have a healthcare replacement bill ready before they vote to repeal Obamacare.
Wolf Blitzer asked, "...there is a plan in place to replace it, and you said that Donald Trump is with you on that. Where exactly is he and where are you?"
Paul said, "I do think we should vote for a replacement on the same day.'
He continued, "I'm putting together a bill, it's virtually completed. It will be full of the consensus opinions on replacement. Basically we need to insure the most amount of people at the least of cost."
Sen. Paul then brought up his three-pronged plan which is nothing new or helpful.
Sen. Paul continued, "It'll involve three main areas for replacement. One, that we legalize the sale of 'inexpensive insurance' so everybody can buy it."