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After White House flip-flops, health care strategy still in flux

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President Trump isn't the only White House official sending mixed messages about how the Senate should handle the Affordable Care Act.

Shortly after Trump told Senate Republicans at a lunch meeting today that his preference is to repeal and replace the law at the same time, Paul Teller, a White House legislative affairs aide, sent out an e-mail asking recipients to support a 2015 bill that would only repeal the law, without replacing it.