On Monday, President Joe Biden took a moment to call attention to GOP efforts to repeal Obamacare in a speech aimed at his efforts to improve the economy and supply chains.

“My predecessors, once again, call for cuts that could rip away health insurance for tens of millions of Americans on Medicaid,” said Biden at the White House.

Biden’s jab came after Donald Trump posed on Truth Social that he is “seriously looking at alternatives” to Obamacare and how the law does provide “good Healthcare.”

Trump added that the failure to repeal Obamacare was a “low point for the Republican Party” after Republican senators voted against the bill.


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The Affordable Care Act was signed into law in 2010 by former President Barack Obama to allow people to access affordable healthcare.

The GOP has campaigned against the law for years but failed to repeal it due to their inability to agree on a plan.

“They just don’t give up, but guess what? We won’t let these things happen,” Biden said in his Monday speech.

Biden also touched on the subject of how “MAGA Republicans” want to undo the advancements made by the Biden administration. Biden said the party’s efforts at cutting funding for roads and bridges will “result in loss of jobs in infrastructure and manufacturing.”

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