Trump was asked by a reporter in New Hampshire what his and the Republicans’ plan for health care would be if they succeeded in repealing Obamacare, as they’ve tried and failed to do several times. His answer was a rambling, incoherent screed that ended with his typical “we’ve got a great health care plan” declaration without providing even one single details.
A New Hampshire reporter asked Trump, "What's the Trump plan for health care coming up?" As he did in the 2016 election, Trump said "we have a great plan coming out" without providing a single detail: pic.twitter.com/qjhaazoxSB
— Daniel Dale (@ddale8) August 20, 2019
But Donald, you had control of the House and Senate for two years. Not only did you not repeal Obamacare and not replace it with this “great” plan, neither you nor the Republicans in either chamber of the legislature even produce a bill for such a plan. It doesn’t exist. It’s never existed. And there’s certainly no reason to believe that if they had full control of the government again, they would produce any serious and meaningful plan. Just more empty promises.