GOP senate bill has officially gone on to a better place, with the defection of the Kansas & Utah senators.
McConnell is going to try for a full repeal, which will also fail (but will force moderates to go on record as opposing the full repeal, which is something voters can understand, unlike the BCRA, which was so confusing even political junkies didn't really have a grasp on its full contents).
Here's an interesting piece on how the GOP core really differs from Trump:
"The bill also comes at an awkward political moment for movement conservatism. The candidates who ran on those ideas, such as Sen. Marco Rubio, flamed out badly in the Republican primaries. Instead, Donald Trump won. But the ideas in the health care bill also aren’t very compatible with Trump’s populism. Trump ran on repealing and replacing Obamacare, but he promised to replace it with “something terrific,” said he’d protect the “lower 25 percent” even if it defied Republican orthodoxy, and repeatedly criticized other Republicans who said they’d cut Medicaid. McConnell and Ryan have co-opted Trump’s mandate — narrow as it was — and tried to turn it into their own, at considerable risk to both themselves and Trump."