But not so fast, say Republicans.
"This process will not be quick or simple or easy, but it must be done", he said.
No Democrats are expected to support a bill that repeals significant portions of ObamaCare. The talk show host last week delivered a tearful monologue describing life-saving heart surgery his newborn son had received and saying lawmakers must help people afford health care.
The AHCA is far from ideal, but would be a substantial improvement over the Obamacare mess. It hasn't been improved. "It's bad what they're doing to the working man", Sen. Va., who's running for reelection in a state Trump won by more than 40 points, told my colleague David Weigel in April.
As of now, because the GOP pushed to vote before a new CBO score was released, it is unclear how much the new health care legislation would cost or how many people might lose their coverage.
"The House bill is not going to come before us, " Senator Susan Collins of ME said on ABC's "This Week, " adding that the Senate would be "starting from scratch".
Also joining Gillibrand was small business owner Steve DiMaio, who said he recently needed open heart surgery and is afraid he could be bankrupted again if the GOP health care bill becomes law and he needs surgery again.
"Senator [Elizabeth] Warren [(D-Mass.)] and I are going to do everything in our power to stop this bill in the United States Senate". Dean Heller and Jeff Flake are up for reelection.
Capito, who's criticized House-approved cuts in the Medicaid program for poor and disabled people, attended Tuesday's private meeting of the working group. Gardner chairs the Senate GOP's campaign committee. Todd Rokita and Luke Messer in IN, or Kevin Cramer in North Dakota, or Evan Jenkins in West Virginia - Heller and Flake - answerable to what Democrats are pretty sure will be a huge drop in coverage across the nation.
"Republican senators will not let the American people down!" he tweeted from his home in central New Jersey, where he spent a long weekend. "It seems to me they've already made their decision".
It's not clear to either side yet whether this moment is the Obamacare debate in reverse.
Critics claim the new legislation could make health care unaffordable, cause people to lose coverage - which Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price denied on Sunday - and could go down as a major political blunder when the 2018 midterm elections roll around. When Democrats did it, they got clobbered in the next midterm.
Neither Blunt nor Collins is purportedly part of the 13-member, Republican-only Senate team working on the bill.
White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders expects the Senate to make changes, but keep the bill's main pillars.
The buy, which is slated to run on national cable as well as in Ryan's Wisconsin congressional district, comes as members head home for congressional recess, and many are bracing for angry constituents who strongly opposed efforts to repeal Obamacare.
However, the bill to repeal Obamacare faces an uncertain future in the Senate.
"So much discretion is given to the states without any guardrails", Collins said.
Priebus said concerns about people with preexisting conditions are overblown, stressing that nothing would change for people with coverage through their employer, Medicare, and Medicaid.
Save My Care says the campaign will include a mix of TV and digital advertising, costing more than a half million dollars.
The cuts to Medicaid violates promises Trump made on the campaign trail where he made multiple bold promises ensuring everyone would be entitled to better health care.