Speaker Paul RyanPaul Davis RyanPaul Ryan researched narcissistic personality disorder after Trump win: book Paul Ryan says it's 'really clear' Biden won election: 'It was not rigged. It was not stolen' Democrats fret over Trump-district retirements ahead of midterms MORE on Sunday said he is feeling optimistic about the prospects of passing the GOP healthcare plan.
"We feel very good where we are," the Wisconsin Republican said on "Fox News Sunday."
"We're still having conversations with our members. We're making fine-tuning improvements to the bill to reflect people's concerns, to reflect people's improvements."
Ryan said he's also impressed with how President Trump is helping the GOP to "close this bill."
"We feel like we're on track," Ryan said, "and we're right where we want to be."
When asked about the prospects that the House can pass the bill on Thursday, Ryan said he feels "very good about it."
"It's exactly where we want to be," he said.
"And the reason I feel so good about this is the president has become a great closer. He's the one who has helped to negotiate changes to this bill with members from all over our caucus."
The Speaker said Republicans made a promise to the American people to "repeal and replace this faulty, collapsing law." He also blasted ObamaCare, saying the legislation won't last.
"We're going to make good on that promise," he said.
Ryan said there are always improvements being made until the bill is brought to the floor.
"We are not actually doing this behind the scenes and just bringing some bill to the floor and making people vote for it," he said.
"We're listening to people."