While speaking with the Financial Times, president Trump said that as far as the healthcare bill is concerned, “ If we don’t get what we want, we will make a deal with the Democrats and we will have in my opinion not as good a form of healthcare, but we are going to have a very good form of healthcare and it will be a bipartisan form of healthcare.” He also suggested in the interview that he was not done with his attempt to overhaul the US healthcare system, despite the failure of his first attempt. He strongly maintained that the negotiations to repeal and replace Obamacare is still going on.
Trump said he pulled the vote on his proposed AHCA because “There was no reason to take a vote. I said, ‘Don’t take a vote,’ and we will see what happens. But one way or the other, I promised the people great healthcare. We are going to have great healthcare in this country.” See also: Why Obamacare is very difficult to repeal.