Next four years of health care with trump By talia foresta

Donald Trump is highly against the Affordable Care Act and has called it a "terrible" piece of legislation that was made by the most the most "divisive and partisan" president in US history. He has bad mouthed the Affordable Care Act as having "resulted in runaway costs, websites that don’t work, greater rationing of care, higher premiums, less competition and fewer choices." Trump has implied and said Obama care most definitely needs to go. He has blamed this care act for "ruining" our country.

Citing that providing healthcare to those who enter the US illegally costs the US $11 billion a year he stated he will do his best to fix this cost by hunting down on illegal immigration.

If trump changes Obama care he will change so many poor people's lives
Donald Trump and Chief of staff Reince Priebus

Priebus said the full replacement of President Obama's signature healthcare legislation might take more than an "instantaneous action."

"But our intent is to make it happen as quickly as possible," he said. "To repeal and the full replace as fast as we can."

Priebus said , that progress sometimes "take some time."

"And the full repeal and replace may take a little bit more time," he said. "But it's going to happen as quickly as possible."

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