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Trump to break many of his health-care promises
WashingtonPost, June 26, 2017
Donald Trump set himself apart from other Republican presidential candidates when it came to health care. Before taking office, he vowed “insurance for everybody” that would be “much less expensive and much better” and explicitly promised not to touch Medicaid, which millions of his working-class supporters rely upon to cover doctor’s visits and medication.
But as Republicans in the Senate press ahead with legislation that would dramatically cut Medicaid and scale back the Affordable Care Act, it is increasingly clear that President Trump is certain to fall well short of fulfilling those promises.
Trump and congressional Republicans will likely hail any bill that reaches the president’s desk as the fulfillment of a long-standing pledge to “repeal and replace” the ACA, former president Barack Obama’s signature health-care law. But if the House and Senate agree on legislation along the lines of what is now being debated, millions — including some of Trump’s most ardent supporters — are projected to lose coverage, receive fewer benefits or see their premiums rise.
Michael Steele, former chairman of the Republican National Committee. Steele said passage of the legislation could hurt Trump politically as much as its failure. “You’re going to have a whole generation of people who had health care losing health care, and in many instances, they’re Trump voters.”
In a television interview broadcast Sunday, Trump acknowledged that he had called the House bill “mean” weeks after celebrating its passage in the Rose Garden. The House version of the bill would cause 23 million people to lose health-care coverage by 2026, according to an analysis by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office. It is expected that a new projection from the CBO as early as Monday will show millions losing insurance under the Senate version. too.
The bill could leave middle-income people and the poor with too little support to pay health-care costs, and that cuts to Medicaid funding in later years could leave the elderly particularly vulnerable. The legislation also phases out federal support for a Medicaid expansion.
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