The largest defeat trump suffered happened this week. Trump's loudest promise during the campaign was that he will replace "Obamacare," but he didn't go through with the promise. The Republican majority in Congress weren't able to go through with the step.

Trump's team wasn't able to offer an alternative to Obamacare, thus leaving Trump disappointed and baffled. He expected more votes from Republicans to go through, but that was not the case.

Who is to blame?

Trump highly agitated tried to ease his frustration on Twitter. The main culprits for Trump are Republicans who accelerated the failure of the bill.

The news that Trump blames White House Chief of Staff, Reince Priebus and House Speaker Paul Ryan spread quickly. Chris Wallace tried to decant the accusations saying that this was only gossip and that he is in no such trouble on Sunday Fox News.

Priebus answered by defending Ryan saying that he had thought Paul really had worked hard and that Trump highly appreciated this great speaker of the house. Mark Meadows, head of the conservative Freedom Caucus faction of the Republican Party, stated that there was not even a rumor about replacing Ryan.

Trump's dysfunctional government

A majority of journalists and plenty of political observers were showing no mercy by questioning the Trump's government ability to lead the USA.

Some of them even describe them as "dysfunctional." Priebus stated that now Trump's government should go in the direction of supporting the health care, wishfully with some democrats on board.

The administration hinted the possibility of focusing on going back to Obama's environmental regulations one of them being Clean Power Plan.

Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt stated that the president will most likely sign the Energy Independence Executive Order as early as Tuesday. He also added that this will be done in order to "make sure that we have a pro-growth and pro-environment approach to how we do regulation in this country."

Tax reform

There is another bill high on Trump's list, a tax reform.

Steven Mnuchin has been closely monitoring the administration‘s tax reform bill for the past two months. Mnuchin said that the bill will aim at cutting individual and corporate taxes. Their main goal is to cut taxes for people with middle incomes, and not for those who are on top.

Mnuchin didn't want to share what kind of tax would be proposed for the corporate tax. He only said that it will not be much lower than the current rate which is 35 percent.

Hopefully, this bill will not become a failure, too.