The Trump administration wants to eliminate guaranteed coverage for people with pre-existing conditions. The public opposes this but that won’t stop them.
Trump said he would protect people with pre-existing conditions but that’s another lie.
65% of voters say a candidate’s support for continued protections for people with pre-existing health conditions is either the “single most important factor” or “very important” to their vote in the midterm elections (@KaiserFamFound) details: https://t.co/v9PCp9JRMW pic.twitter.com/3IaOBlSS6o
— OpinionToday.com (@OpinionToday) June 27, 2018
NEW: The Trump Administration has targeted the elimination of pre-existing condition protections through the courts.
Here’s what it means. Consider circulating. pic.twitter.com/PBWP5RWFKN
— Andy Slavitt (@ASlavitt) June 26, 2018
Today, I and 47 other senators are calling on President Trump to abandon his administration’s latest efforts to take the guarantee of health care coverage away from more than 133 million Americans with pre-existing conditions – including 7.8 million in Florida. pic.twitter.com/IGlfHL5QUt
— Senator Bill Nelson (@SenBillNelson) June 26, 2018
"It’s hard to imagine anyone fighting to return to a system that left many people with pre-existing conditions unable to buy health insurance… but that’s exactly what many Republican-led states and the Trump administration are doing."https://t.co/tFD0Td3EbZ
— Chris Murphy (@ChrisMurphyCT) June 25, 2018
Trump promised during the campaign that he'd keep those protections.
"A bipartisan group of governors blasted President Trump for his decision to argue that ObamaCare’s protections for those who have pre-existing condition should be overturned." https://t.co/ncjT0b8KzA
— Barry Wile (@BarryWile82) June 19, 2018
“During his campaign, Donald Trump repeatedly promised to protect people with pre-existing conditions like cancer or diabetes… That was a lie. Now he's trying to strike down the protections he once called ‘one of the strongest assets’ of Obamacare.”https://t.co/tipjj5CVCl
— Ways and Means Dems (@WaysMeansCmte) June 15, 2018
100% agree. Also, if ins cos are able to discriminate again based on pre-existing conditions, upcoding is going to screw regular people, who'll have pre-existing conditions that inflate their healthcare premiums. https://t.co/t6It3bMgF9
— rajkmd (@rajkmd) June 18, 2018
By embracing a lawsuit that would end the ACA’s popular protections for people with pre-existing conditions, the Trump Administration has given Democrats a potential campaign weapon for the midterms, writes @DrewAltman in @axios https://t.co/1e2qwzaYRk
— Kaiser Family Foundation (@KaiserFamFound) June 11, 2018