Donald Trump Said He's 'Very Happy' GOP Senators Who Didn't Vote With Him Are Gone and People Are Pretty Sure He Means McCain
President Donald Trump's ire for the late Senator John McCain (R-AZ) has been well-documented. On the campaign trail, Trump questioned why the former prisoner of war was described as a war hero and McCain railed against Trump for siding with Russian president Vladimir Putin at a press conference in Helsinki.
Trump's bitterness against McCain reached new debts, however, when McCain famously voted no on Trump's overhaul of the Affordable Care Act. The legislation failed, humiliating Trump.
The Trump Administration Just Announced It Wants Obamacare Completely Overturned and Democrats Have a New Plan to Protect It
The Justice Department filed a brief on Monday announcing that President Donald Trump's administration will no longer defend any part of the Affordable Care Act, the landmark health care law colloquially known as Obamacare.
In the memo sent to the US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, DoJ wrote that it "has determined that the district court’s judgment should be affirmed." Justice is referring to a December court case in Texas in which a federal judge ruled the individual mandate along with the rest of the health care law to be unconstitutional. Democrats have appealed the ruling.
Donald Trump Just Said Democrats Want to 'Obliterate Obamacare' and Now Trump Seems to Be Confusing Even Himself
President Donald Trump claimed that Democrats want to "obliterate" the Affordable Care Act (otherwise known as Obamacare) during a freewheeling appearance last night.
"If the Democrats gain power on Tuesday, one of their very first projects will be a socialist takeover of American health care," the president said. "You know what's happening, and your taxes are going to triple, maybe quadruple. You're not going to be happy, I know you well."
Mitch McConnell Just Admitted What He Hopes Republicans Will Do If They Win Enough Votes in the Senate, and Democrats Are Using His Words Against Him
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) said on Wednesday that if Republicans maintain control of Congress after the midterms, they will once again attempt to repeal Obamacare.
“If we had the votes to completely start over, we’d do it. But that depends on what happens in a couple weeks," McConnell said. "We’re not satisfied with the way Obamacare is working.”
West Virginia Democrat Takes Out His Gun Again In a New Ad, But This Time He's Fighting For Healthcare
Democratic Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia returned to a familiar theme in a new campaign ad. In it, Manchin totes a shotgun out to a field and takes aim at something he says will hurt the people of West Virginia.
The target? A lawsuit filed by the Justice Department and a cadre of Republican Attorneys General from 20 states. Among them are Manchin's opponent, West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey.
Barack Obama Just Revealed What Advice He Gave to Donald Trump in Hopes of Saving Obamacare, and We Get It
Former President Barack Obama revealed on Thursday that he advised President-Elect Donald Trump to "just change the name" of Obamacare and "claim that you made those wonderful changes."
Early projections from insurance companies participating in Affordable Care Act (ACA) low cost insurance programs show steep rate hikes on the horizon. The Democratic Party intends to make certain voters understand who caused those impending rate increases: Donald Trump and the Republican Party.
One insurer, participating in the program commonly referred to as Obamacare, proposed increasing their rates up to 91 percent. The monthly premium for a 40 year old could be as high as $1,334.