Sen. Mike Lee: Trump ‘very consistent in saying that Obamacare is bad for the American people’
Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) says President Donald J. Trump is faithful in expressing his displeasure with Obamacare and in his efforts to see the disastrous health-insurance law is repealed, as the government isn’t meant to regulate Americans’ healthcare decisions.
PoliZette has the inside scoop:
Urging his colleagues to “do what we actually said we would do,” the Utah senator praised President Donald Trump for being “very consistent in saying that Obamacare is bad for the American people” and pushing for repeal and replace.
“They deserve better. We’ve got to get rid of it. We have to actually do that now,” Lee said, adding that the delay is because “there are some people who can’t quite get over the fact that the federal government was never intended to do all of this. It was never set up in the first place to handle every aspect of human existence. It especially wasn’t set up to manage one-sixth of our nation’s economy, which is our health care system.”
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