As usual, former President Trump issued a heartfelt Christmas message to Americans. For years, he has used the holiday to inspire supporters and offer wishes for the next year.
This year, Trump has been vocal about the upcoming election. And he has warned Americans about what he believes Democrats will try to do.
He followed that up with a promise to voters. If he is re-elected, he vowed to overturn something that has been burdening millions for years.
From Fox News:
Former President Trump has promised to roll back the Obama-instituted Affordable Care Act (ACA) if elected president in 2024, despite numerous failed attempts to terminate it in the past.
“Obamacare is too expensive, and otherwise, not good healthcare,” Trump wrote on his social media platform Truth Social…
Trump vowed he would “come up with a much better, and less expensive, alternative!”
In a Christmas post, former President Trump vowed to end Obamacare, something he has been trying to do for years. During his term in office, Trump was close to achieving this goal.
He eliminated Obamacare’s mandate forcing Americans to buy healthcare. But a full package to repeal and replace Obamacare failed after Republican senators like John McCain voted against it.
Trump claimed Obamacare was “too expensive” and called it “not good healthcare.” Many pundits have criticized the government-run healthcare program, even leftist activist Michael Moore.
The former President promised to “come up” with an alternative that was “much better” and cost the taxpayer less.
Trump had previously made ending Obamacare a top priority of his possible future administration. It will require Trump working closely with Congress to craft legislation that would replace the current program.
That could require lawmakers willing to negotiate with Trump, including Democrats, something that did not happen during his first administration.
- Trump vowed to end Obamacare during a Christmas post.
- He called the government program too expensive.
- The presidential candidate said creating a new program would be a priority.
Source: Fox News