We learned why on Saturday night when host Jeanine Pirro began the show by calling on Speaker Paul Ryan to resign, blaming him for the healthcare debacle (video above).
"Speaker Ryan, you come in with all your swagger and experience and you sell them a bill of goods that ends up a complete and total failure."
Pirro said there had been no coordination with Trump in her messaging.
Earlier Saturday, White House press secretary Sean Spicer said Trump's tweet was motivated only by his being a fan of Pirro's show. "Now I know that every man and woman in this conference is now motivated more than ever to step up our game and deliver on our promises".
Democrats have a newfound reason to celebrate, with democratic Representative Nancy Pelosi stating, "Frankly, I thought they might actually accomplish something in the first couple of months", she said in response to the bill being pulled.
Even shortly after the Trump tweet was posted on Saturday, Spicer had said the president "likes the show".
Trump presented his budget on March 16 but was hit with an unexpected surprise when his American Health Care Act was dropped.
No one in the mainstream media will say it out loud, but Paul Ryan is assisting the White House cover-up, which means that the Russian Federation scandal is no longer an Executive Branch issue. AHCA was also not the bill that Republicans had promised for seven years.
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GREENE: So the president went on Twitter over the weekend, took aim at conservatives in his party, blaming them for, you know, torpedoing the Republican replacement plan for the Affordable Care Act. In fact, Trump made the claim at least five dozen times from June 2015 to November 2016.
But in an interview on Fox News Sunday, White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus stated that the President does not want Ryan to quit despite Trump's tweet of support to Pirro, chalking the incident up as "more coincidental". "He and I had absolutely no conversation, no discussion, no email, nothing".
"We were probably doing the architects of Obamacare a favor before this thing got even worse", said Ryan. Asked plainly if Trump wanted Ryan to step down following the failure of the party to pass a repeal-and-replace bill for Obamacare, Priebus replied: "No, he doesn't". He enjoys his relationship with Paul Ryan. "He worked very, very hard", Mr. Trump said.
Just because those things have happened already, doesn't mean they can't all get together in a room right now.
The American people won't forget this and neither should the president.
Bannon and legislative affairs director Marc Short had pushed the president "to insist on a public vote, as a way to identify, shame and pressure "no" voters who were killing their best chance to unravel the health care law", the report said.
"What we are really anxious about, and you've heard me say this all along, is the coming premium increases with a death spiraling health care system", said Ryan.