It was an uphill fight for Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan on Thursday, as he tried in vain to must enough votes to pass a health care replacement bill. The House Speaker canceled a vote on the measure and rescheduled it for Friday.
In the meantime, President Trump says if the GOP health plan fails, he's ready to move on to other things.
WUWM spoke with Christopher Murray, of Marquette University's Les Aspin Center for Government.
He says there's a lot riding on this for Ryan.