Even as they lick their wounds from a failed Affordable Care Act repeal effort, Republican leaders in Washington are looking ahead to the next battle — over taxes.
"I would say that we will probably start going very, very strongly for the big tax cuts and tax reform," President Trump told reporters Friday. "That will be next."
Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan agreed, though he conceded that the defeat on health care was a setback.
"This does make tax reform more difficult," Ryan said. "But it does not in any way make it impossible."