Top Senate Republicans are trying to move on from their partisan drive to replace Obamacare despite urging from President Donald Trump to keep seeking a broad alternative to President Barack Obama’s signature domestic achievement.

Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch said Tuesday he sees little chance of further action on healthcare any time soon. Congressional efforts to address the Affordable Care Act’s flaws will need to be bipartisan after last week’s drive for a GOP-only replacement collapsed, he said.

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