Vice President of United States of America called ObamaCare program a nightmare and announced that, this will end soon. He said this while at a business routable in Kentucky, with protesters outside the venue. – “The ObamaCare nightmare is about to end.” – Pence! GOP replacement bill moves through the House and heads toward the Senate. “Here are the heartbreaking facts: Today, Americans are paying $3,000 more a year on average for health insurance since the day ObamaCare was signed into law.”
Kentucky has emerged as a battleground in the early efforts by Trump and GOP House leadership to pass the American Health Care Act, with Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul helping lead conservative opposition to the bill, introduced Monday. “Kentucky is a textbook example of ObamaCare’s failures,” said Pence, citing premium increases in the state as high as 27 percent and Louisville-based Humana Inc. planning to exit Kentucky’s ObamaCare exchange next year.
Trump and practically every elected Washington Republican campaigned on a promise to repeal and replace ObamaCare. Former President Obama’s signature health care law has insured roughly 11 million Americans since its 2010 inception but some Americans have since struggled with rising premium costs and dwindling policy options. “We are making great progress with healthcare,” Trump tweeted Saturday morning.