Trump Eases Tone of Criticisms of Obamacare

Trump Eases Tone of Criticisms of Obamacare
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14 November 2016
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U.S. President-elect Donald Trump on Sunday eased the tone of his criticisms of the so-called Obamacare, a healthcare program that he promised to eliminate and that he is proposing to improve now.

The New York tycoon told The Wall Street Journal that he will work on the Accessible Care Act boosted by President Barack Obama, a program that Trump considers too expensive to be implemented.

However, the future president assured that he would seek in the Act the regulations that are worth implementing, including the protection of people affected by some conditions who do not have access to health insurance.

Trump admitted that President Obama urged him to think about it when they met on Thursday, after his victory in the elections over Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, who would continue Obama's social policies.

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