Donald Trump unveils his 'America First' healthcare plan

Laverne Higgins
September 25, 2020

Under the new executive orders, which are part of his "America First" health care plan, people with pre-existing conditions will be protected.

"It's as if I was walking around with a memo that was titled 'Executive Order, ' and claimed that the policy of the United States is that everybody gets a cheeseburger on Tuesdays", he added.

Democratic presidential nominee Joseph R. Biden leads President Trump by 12 points with Catholics, according to an EWTN News/RealClear Opinion Research poll published Monday.

"And the eternal truth that every child, born and unborn, is made in the holy image of God", Trump said during a keynote address at the 16th annual National Catholic Prayer Breakfast. 'It is affirmed, signed and done and we can put this to rest'. The case will be argued a week after Election Day.

In a speech Sunday addressing the Supreme Court vacancy Biden said the American people 'know their healthcare hangs in the balance in the middle of the worst health crisis in living memory'. 'And nobody knows that'.

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Trump said the new Treasury Department sanctions will ensure that USA dollars do not fund the Cuban government. He famously sat for the "60 Minutes" cameras just days after the 2016 election and said, "this is what I do I do a good job I mean I know how to do this stuff".

(CNN)President Donald Trump is touting what he calls his health care "vision", but the executive orders he's planning to sign Thursday afternoon largely punt on addressing two major issues facing Americans.

Surprise billing occurs when a person goes to an in-network hospital but still ends up paying hefty medical bills because the health care providers in the hospital are out of network.

By contrast, Moody's forecasts that the worst scenario for the US economy would be Donald Trump's re-election with Republicans controlling both chambers of Congress.

"What the president is saying is that all the relevant players - hospitals, doctors, insurance companies - had better get their act together, and get legislation passed through Congress that protects patients against surprise medical bills", Azar told reporters on a briefing call.

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