There are new statistics out about Americans without health insurance.  In 2017 (the year after the last presidential election) there were 25.6 million Americans without health insurance.  The next year in 2018 there were 27.5 million Americans without health insurance.  An increase from 7.9% to 8.5% of Americans.  In addition, there was an increase from 4.9% to 5.5% of children younger than age 18 years who are not covered by health insurance.  The U.S. Census Bureau has estimated that this deterioration in insurance coverage is at least in part due to Republican criticism of the Affordable Health Care Act that was initiated by the Obama administration.

It looks like another lie by President Trump claiming he will work to provide decent health care coverage to make America great again.  The lies continue.  The health insurance political lobby and their bribes are still paying off for them. 

Arnold Potek


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