President Trump blasted ObamaCare on Monday as a “meaningless promise” that’s caused nothing but pain for the past 17 years. The only problem is that the Affordable Care Act has been in place for only seven years – a verbal slip-up that quickly went viral.
President Trump is pressuring Republican senators to back a bill to repeal and replace former President Barack Obama’s signature health care law but is holding open a repeal-option if Republicans cannot reach an agreement over the July 4 recent, a White House aide said Sunday.
Is there anyone who can point to the “Affordable Care Act” (aka ObamaCare) and credibly claim it is accomplishing the goals set for it seven years ago?
Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price told Fox News Thursday night that repealing and replacing ObamaCare “has to be done.”
As doctors struggle to remain healers beneath a pile of insurance regulations, we continue to do our best to commit to the Hippocratic Oath – “Do no Harm” – as well as the more evocative Oath of Maimonides, the 12th century physician, philosopher and Torah scholar, that states, “The eternal providence has appointed me to watch over the life and health of Thy creatures.”
President Trump told Republican senators Tuesday that the bill passed by the House to repeal and replace ObamaCare is “mean” and “harsh,” multiple GOP and Senate sources have told Fox News.
Illinois Sen. Dick Durbin, the chamber’s No. 2 Democrat, on Sunday kept open the possibility of a bipartisan deal to rework ObamaCare, with the task now totally in the hands of the Senate.
Everyone wants a number to predict their future, especially when it comes to their health. We want to believe health insurance is a buffer against illness and death — but as a practicing physician, I can tell you that this concept is abstract sometimes, rather than real.
The House repealed ObamaCare!
The White House and Senate Republicans differed Sunday over the next step on ObamaCare replacement, with Maine Sen. Susan Collins suggesting her chamber will shelve the recently passed House measure and “start from scratch.”