NYPOST by Micheal Goodwin --
Say the word “bipartisan” and hopeful hearts go aflutter. Even in the
worst of times, there is magical faith in the idea that our better
angels will prevail and party lines will vanish if Washington puts
Green shoots of the faith emerged in the White House soon after the GOP attempt to repeal ObamaCare crashed and burned. President Trump and aides excoriated some fellow Republicans and talked of working with Democrats to find a solution.
“I think if we had bipartisan [support,] we could have a health-care bill that would be the ultimate,” Trump said.
Top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer was happy to say yes — as long Trump
swallowed a poison pill. “Once the Republicans take repeal off the
table, we’re willing to work with them,” he responded.