This is a bit laughable as the GOP had several years at the start of Trump's term with congressional majorities and couldn't come up with a new healthcare bill with all the internecine squabbling amongst themselves. In house, mind you.
But now with a scant majority, if that, post election, they can cobble together a deal with Dems to protect those people that "whatever" president will sign? Why don't I trust them? Because Congress no longer functions as it used to and these people, on either side, are no longer capable of finding middle ground. The result of in your face power politics and what it engenders.
A recent poll from The New York Times and Siena College found 57% of Americans support the Affordable Care Act while 38% oppose it.
Right. And great timing by the way, to sue to overturn the act during a pandemic. They are going to get drilled on this one and they should.
Take a look at this link if you want to find out what happens after the act is struck down and we lose coverage.