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>> When you get Rand Paul and you said it has to be.>> It may be Donald Trump's boldest move yet to butcher Obamacare. The White House saying late Thursday that the President will end subsidies worth billions of dollars to health insurance companies that help pay the cost cost that low-income people can't afford.
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Those plans handed down just hours after Trump ordered potentially massive changes to the US insurance system. Including sales of cheaper policies with fewer benefits.>> This will cost the United States government virtually nothing. And people will have great, great healthcare. And when I say people, I mean by the millions and millions.
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>> Trump has repeatedly threatened to end the subsidy since taking office, trashing them as a bailout for insurance companies. Now the White House says, it can't lawfully pay them. That immediately sparked harsh criticism from Democrats and the threat of a lawsuit from Attorneys General. Senate and House Democratic leaders Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi have slammed the move as sabotage.
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Promising that Trump will quote, pay the price for it.