Conservatives have long-expressed concerns about Donald Trump's conflicting and muddled statements about health care policy, fearing that a Trump presidency would lead to a continuation of Obamacare or, perhaps, a TrumpCare that strongly resembles the Affordable Care Act.

In fact, the polls as of today indicate Trump is unlikely to get the chance to betray conservatives on health care.

What is far more likely is that Trump's embattled campaign will hurt Republican candidates across the country in both federal and state elections, leading to Democratic control of more state governments and potentially Democratic control of the U.S. Congress.

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