Congressional Republicans are not going to repeal Obamacare and reorganize the entire healthcare system in the span of a single week, but Trump's staff would like to because it might make him feel better.
According to the New York Times, the reason there's been chatter about resurrecting Trumpcare is because Trump's staff are trying to will it into existence.
WASHINGTON — White House officials, desperate to demonstrate progress on President Trump’s promise to repeal the Affordable Care Act, are pushing to resurrect a Republican health care bill before his 100th day in office next week.
Some members of the president’s team have grown consumed by that deadline, worrying that appraisals of the president’s tenure will be brutal and hoping that a last push on health care might bring a measure of salvation.
There's a lot going on here.
First you have the idea that kicking over 24 million people off their healthcare will make Trump feel better. You also have the idea that doing so would "bring a measure of salvation," as if the resulting chaos wouldn't consume the entire economy. And you have the idea that we should govern by ego and make world-changing decisions based on Trump's emotional whims.
None of the internal divisions of the GOP that killed Trumpcare have been resolved and, as far as I can tell, there's no plan that has been approved by House Republican leadership.
We're currently 7 days away from a possible government shutdown and simply avoiding that outcome will be a feat.