President Trump and his team assured to replace the Affordable Care Act with a new health care plan in the coming two weeks. In a meeting held on Tuesday night, President Trump claimed that he have a health plan that’s “all ready”.
A new and better health plan was a pitch he had delivered during the time of his first president election. After a number of self-imposed deadlines in last four years the long-promised plan is on the way now. The White House claims that Mr President has promised to “come up with a great health plan” in 14 days.
The White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said, “The President in the next week or so will be laying out his vision for health care. Some of that has already been put out there telemedicine and lowering the cost of drugs and protecting pre-existing conditions. But the President will be laying out some additional health care steps in the coming, I would say, two weeks”.
Vice President Mike Pence told CBS News that, “Trump’s health care plan will include taking executive action to guarantee Americans with pre-existing conditions must be covered by health insurance. The President’s going to take action in the weeks ahead to ensure that and we’re going to continue to take our case to Capitol Hill to pass a new health care reform bill.”
Trump is expected to deliver remarks on health care when he visits Charlotte, North Carolina, on Thursday.