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skilling, you are a former administrator of the financial medicaid services under the george w. bush administration. during our general partner at a private equity firm. particularly relevant to our conversation you served as president and ceo of the federation of american hospitals which represent more than 1000 industrial owned hospitals. same question, how do you feel to see the motivations of the different camps? >> we have been friends for a long time. and we talked to each other and it was always incredible so we also have been at the same law firm for many years. >> so i think, number one, it's never good to do big health care policies. expanding -- creating the aca and repealing it by a party line vote, and i think we're in a much tougher world than we used to be. from a republican point of view, i think they look at the aca as just too big, and they wouldn't have done it that large. and if you'd asked them in 2010, i would have been comfortable with doing 50 or 60% of them. just on the medicaid side, the money and the real issues are in medicaid expansion. i was at omb in 19
services during the george w. bush administration. you're now a general partner at a private equity firm. particularly relevant to our conversation you served as president and ceo for the federation of american hospitals which represents more than a thousand investor held hospitals. how do you see the motivations of the different camps? >> it's not fair to put me after senator daschle. anyway. we've been friends for a long time. when i was running cms he was the leader of the democratic senate. shockingly we talked to each other and he was very nice. i would advocate that. we were also in the same law firm for a while. i assume my reason for being here is to give the republican side. i'm not saying i agree with all this, i think republicans look at it as they were angry in 2010 that this thing passed on a party line vote. they said you should have been more bipartisan. now they're going roughly back the same way and trying to repeal it on a party line vote. it's a better model, if senator daschle remembers we did medicare advantage in 2003 and '04 and we did make a huge effort to pi
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