President Trump has said that if the Supreme Court overturns Obamacare, Republicans will deliver a “far better plan.” Instead of continuing to make such boasts, however, Trump would be better served by getting Republicans to actually agree on one.

As Peter Suderman details, going back to his first flirtation with a presidential run as a Reform Party candidate in 2000, Trump has been talking about his ability to deliver a fantastic healthcare plan — with lower costs, greater quality, and universal coverage. Yet neither he nor his fellow Republicans have grappled in a serious way with the obvious tradeoffs in healthcare.

Though it’s popular to say that Republicans lack a plan for healthcare, in reality it would be more accurate to say that they have many different ideas about reforming the healthcare system, but have failed to agree on a single approach.