The Democrats have their differences about single-payer health care, but they sure don't want Trump wrenching insurance from those who got it though Obamacare.
"I can't quite understand what's going on with the obstruction stuff", Comey said at the event.
Leading House Democrats, backed by Speaker Nancy Pelosi, are unveiling broad legislation to shore up the Affordable Care Act. But the bigger problem for Trump is this: The report and his inclination to give Putin wet kisses, instead of condemning Moscow's intervention in the USA election, was not what lost him voters, so there's no reason to believe that a warmed-over summary memo will help win them back.
Democratic National Committee Tom Perez said Tuesday the filing moves Republicans "one step closer to throwing the financial security and peace of mind of millions - not to mention one of the largest sectors of our economy - into a tailspin".
They had mixed opinions on whether it should be redacted if the Trump administration decides it is necessary. A president whose approval ratings have been dismal from the start was said to be on the road to reelection.
What would determine whether the investigation was legitimate would be more information about those FISA Court warrants, but also the contents of Mueller's report.
On Wednesday the president repeated his prediction that the GOP would be "the party of great health care".
"I think it's very very important that the American people get transparency", Comey told the audience, calling for a full release of the report, according to The Charlotte Observer.
Back in the summer of 2018, I sat in an ornate conference room in the Capitol with other longtime Democratic consultants and pollsters talking about the state of the 2018 race for the House.
By the way, we just had an election in which voters told the exit pollsters that health care was by far the No. 1 issue - 41 percent listed it, well ahead of immigration, which came in at No. 2 with 23 percent.
If it were successful, the Justice Department's position supporting the judge's ruling would potentially eliminate health care for millions of people and create widespread disruption across the U.S. health care system - from removing no-charge preventive services for older Americans on Medicare to voiding the expansion of Medicaid in most states.
He went on to highlight new rhetoric from Democrats, including Sen.
"It will destroy the infrastructure of health care in this country", said Rep. Donna Shalala, D-Fla., who served for eight years as President Clinton's Health and Human Services Secretary.
"We will continue to investigate the counterintelligence issues", he added to the Washington Post. "So let's make it as public as possible and move forward for the future". (It didn't, although the immediate political victory surrounding the Barr summary could be described as such.) Around four in the morning on Tuesday, Trump expanded on his depiction of the press as the "enemy of the people", lending the moniker to the entire "mainstream media" for the first time. If not, they have suggested subpoenas could be issued.