When Speaker Paul Ryan announced nearly two weeks ago that he did not have the votes to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, Democrats let out a long sigh of relief.

That relief was only temporary, however.

Not only is President Trump continuing to meet with conservative Republicans in an attempt to craft a new repeal bill, but he has ominously predicted that the ACA will "implode," leaving some to believe that he will use his vast administrative powers to sabotage the law.

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