I get the feeling there should be someone receiving this legislation and going:
"Wow. That's great. You know what? We're going to put it up, right here, on the fridge. That way, we get to look at it, everyday."
*Ruffles republican's hair dotingly.*
Yes, there are Republicans thinking TrumpCare is perfect for the elections. But there are also Republicans who think it goes to far (cuts 24 million people off the healthcare system according to the Congressional Budget Office) and others who think it is too kind (people who should just work harder to earn enough money to afford REAL health care).
As structured, the House bill has no chance in the Senate, but the House members can brag about how "they cut health care costs" and that is all they care about.
My best guess is that the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) will stay intact as is for the next 20 years or until the Democrats get back in power and make it a single payer service.