Heller echoed his colleagues' sentiments on Friday.
Nevada Senator Dean Heller announced he will not vote for the American Health Care Act as it is now written, making him the fifth GOP senator to say they won't vote for the bill since it was released Thursday morning.
The President addressed reforms earlier in the week.
Nonetheless, Heller's announcement underscores the scant margin of error Republican leaders must deal with. But not all Republicans fully support this legislation. Susan Collins, R-Maine, said the centrist has some misgivings about the bills as well.
Repealing the mandate without the incentives would cause premiums to increase 20 percent, the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office has estimated. They could cut who's eligible. "They can't afford the nursing home".
Another incentive to maintain coverage would be to restrict eligibility for tax credits among people who let their coverage lapse.
Republican U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey was among a group of Republican senators who worked on the bill, and said he's likely to vote for it.
However, Senate Republicans' bill would make deep cuts to Medicaid, rolling back Obamacare's Medicaid expansion and transforming federal Medicaid payments to the states into per capita reimbursements, the rates of rich would get smaller and smaller through 2025, or block grants.
"Without insurance I don't know what I'm going to do".
The apparent reason health care stocks rose on Thursday was that, as Mizuho analyst Sheryl Skolnick put it, the Senate bill wasn't as bad as the House's in the intermediate term because of a slower phaseout of ObamaCare's Medicaid expansion.
In addition, the GOP would phase out added financing that Obama's law provided as an incentive for states to expand the program and cover more low-income adults.
Sandoval said the Senate bill "is something that needs to change".
"I am very supportive of the Senate #Healthcarebill". They also say the draft legislation does not do enough to lower health care premiums. Rand Paul, R-Ky.; Ted Cruz, R-Texas; Mike Lee, R-Utah; and Ron Johnson, R-Wis., said in a statement Thursday afternoon.
Predictably, Democrats were firm in their opposition to the GOP bill. Sen.
"I've done in five months what other people haven't done in years", Trump said in an interview that aired Friday on Fox News Channel's "Fox & Friends".
"It was just released yesterday. People will die", Warren said.
"Unfortunately, the Senate bill is an amendment to ObamaCare, not a repeal of it", said FreedomWorks President Adam Brandon. Changes can still be made to the legislation. The Senate parliamentarian will make that decision.
Republican leadership is aiming to have a vote on the bill next week before senators leave Washington, DC for the Fourth of July recess.
To best understand the failures of the bill, it is important to understand its shifting of incentives that were modified by ACA. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and MoveOn.org were planning weekend rallies in Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia.
Furthermore, the report found that 15 insurance issuers and one state exchange were not billing abortion coverage separately from other coverage in federally subsidized plans, thus leaving open the possibility that federal dollars were going to fund abortion coverage.
Regina Garcia Cano reported from Las Vegas.