Immediately after the House finally passed the ACHA bill that repeals and replaces Obamacare, the administration rolled out its signup page. The launch was nearly instant and had none of the complex problems that plagued the Obamacare roll-out. Administration officials pointed out that president Trump's pragmatic, no-nonsense get-er-done approach to government was responsible for making a success of the site's launch where Obama's had been widely perceived as a failure.
"It's about management--about leadership--said White House officials. Where Obama had this crazy complicated plan to try to ensure as many Americans as he could, Trumpcare makes sure that we cover the Americans who really need us."
The sign-up site features some immediate help for Americans with health-related issues (including pre-existing conditions) with links to Amazon's page for Atlas Shrugged and Diet and life-style books by GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee.
Paul Ryan noted that this plan "protects the most vulnerable"--by which, today, he meant 1%'ers under siege from Sanders voters, Democrats, and the media. "The massive tax-break our plan provides will make Tax Reform much more feasible as the actual reform bill will not have to include obvious giveaways to our key constituents," Ryan told his donors. "By taking the tax-cut in the health care bill, our optics are just much, much better."