"So far, Trump has been kind of erratic on health care policy and has not given us a really strong sense of what he would do," said Lanhee J. Chen, a fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution and adviser to Mitt Romney's 2012 presidential campaign. "I think as a result, a lot of conservatives have been apprehensive about supporting or saying nice things about Trump. I would hope that Trump would simply take the [House Republican] plan and use it."
"I think the challenge with Trump is he has not really told us what it is he would do with health care," Mr. Chen said. "He would do very well if he adopted whatever plan Speaker Ryan comes up with."