Trump is trying to convince House Republicans to vote on the first tax bill

The White House is making an argument for Republicans to go along with President Donald Trump’s latest push to repeal and replace Obamacare, which has become a key political test for Republicans.

The White, House and Senate are all expected to vote Wednesday on the measure, which is likely to pass the House and become law without Democratic support.

While it is unclear what the White House will say to House Republicans, one Republican source told Politico that the president is looking to get the bill passed quickly.

The source said the White hopes that House Republicans will vote to pass this bill before the Easter recess.

Republicans are in a tight race for control of the House, and are likely to win back a number of seats they lost in the 2016 elections.

While Trump has pushed for a repeal of the law, Republicans have not been able to come up with a bill that would repeal and then replace the law.

The administration has tried to convince lawmakers that it has enough votes in the House to pass its bill, but Democratic leaders have said they will block any legislation that does not include a repeal and replacement of Obamacare.

The House voted to repeal Obamacare in March but the measure failed to get enough votes to pass.

House Speaker Paul Ryan and other Republicans have been working on a bill, which would replace the Affordable Care Act, or ACA, with a system of a new health insurance market with a federal system of taxes and subsidies.

Ryan and Trump have said the bill is likely on track to pass in the coming days, but he has not yet said whether the president will veto it.