It may not be true that Barack Obama was right, but many were touched by his words.
Said the previous president back in 2009. Just for her mother although the authenticity of the story is disputed, of
The 2010 comprehensive health insurance reform, known as Obamacare – civilly known as the Affordable Care Act – provided more than 20 million people out of the 48 million who did not have one.
But it is not clear what the losses are: this is still debated in America, where
In the debate over Obamacare, issues like that are not clear
On these, Donald Trump had already argued in 2016 with his then-election opponent, Hillary Clinton, as well as with the current one, Joe Biden.
Trump said in their debate last week, confirming that he will not allow citizens to be required to take out insurance. So far, he hasn’t let go, but he hasn’t come up with a comprehensive alternative plan either: Trump and Biden are raisins about each of the elements of health insurance they like.
And Obamacare he will be on the Supreme Court table in two weeks, and this week the Conservatives are 6: 3 among the robes, after Trump ‘s latest chief judge candidate, Amy Coney Barrett, was also elected to the board.
This is important because, like so much else, health insurance divides Americans along party political sympathies. Very simplified:
Trump ‘s health policy is more trusted by the Americans interviewed than in Biden (who in general is It currently leads by 7.1 percentage points, tight one week before the election against the president).
In the TV debate, Biden spoke outright about tying Obamacare to his own name and tailoring it to Bidencare.
As a general rule, the more left someone in America is, the more they support “European-type” health insurance. Biden doesn’t support far-left Bernie Sanders ’plan for universal health insurance, as Vice Presidential candidate Kamala Harris has danced back from.