Republicans are quiet about Trump's drug plan

President Donald Trump and HHS Secretary Alex Azar
President Trump and HHS Secretary Alex Azar. (Photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Republicans on Capitol Hill have done little to publicly support the Trump administration's plan for drug prices — which some strategists see as a mistake, given the public fury over the issue.

Why it matters: There's still plenty of time for Hill Republicans to talk up the White House plan. But if they don't, it could be a missed opportunity to make it clear to voters ahead of midterms that they're serious about tackling prescription drug prices – especially given that the plan is relatively industry-friendly.