So, I've got a question for the conservatives here. Literally since it was made law 10 years ago, Republicans have been vowing to "repeal and replace" the ACA. Why is it that no Republicans have used the last decade to draft a replacement plan? Instead opting to chip away at the ACA protections. You'd think they could come up with something in that time. Today at a press meeting, Trump "revealed" his long awaited health care plan, which was essentially to order Congress to come up with a healthcare plan. Mainly I'm asking for your take on the situation, and if you believe it should be repealed and replaced, just repealed, or left alone? If you would support replacing it, what kind of system would you advocate for?