Tue, Mar. 7, 2017: Trump meets with House Deputy Whip, Republicans

President Donald Trump warned House Republicans Tuesday if they can’t pass health care legislation after seven years of promises it could be a “bloodbath” in the 2018 midterm election, according to one member present in the meeting.

Trump vowed to throw his full support behind the effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act during a meeting with House GOP leadership, saying he is “proud” to support a GOP-authored plan to replace Obamacare and told members behind closed doors that he would support it “100%,” according to sources in the room.

But he warned lawmakers of the high-stakes nature of the effort, citing a potential electoral “bloodbath,” a member present said.

“He said he hopes members understand that,” the source said.

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