Bloomberg Ads Attack Trump For Trying To Repeal Obamcare’s Protections For Preexisting Conditions, Trump Falsely Claims He Protected Them
2020 Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg and President Donald Trump are sparring over Bloomberg’s ads reminding voter that Trump tried to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
Donald Trump is already campaigning in key swing states, while every Democratic campaign is focused on other places — except ours. We’re taking it to Trump in those key swing states and across the country right now —
because to win in November, we can’t afford to wait. pic.twitter.com/jylWREMk8K
— Mike Bloomberg (@MikeBloomberg) December 27, 2019
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The two are taking jabs at one another over one of the most most popular provisions of the legislation, which provides protections for those with preexisting medical conditions.
— Mike Bloomberg (@MikeBloomberg) January 14, 2020
The law requires that insurance companies may not discriminate against those with a preexisting medical condition. Insurers also are prohibited from viewing medical diagnoses on an individual level while offering coverage plans to new customers. Under one of the most popular provisions, amended in 2014, Obamacare mandates that insurance agencies must view all clients as equal entities.
Trump and the GOP-controlled Congress tried to repeal the popular piece of legislation in 2017.
….and, if Republicans win in court and take back the House of Represenatives, your healthcare, that I have now brought to the best place in many years, will become the best ever, by far. I will always protect your Pre-Existing Conditions, the Dems will not!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 13, 2020
Trump has falsely tweeted that he is fighting to protect patient’s rights realized under the 2010 federal law.
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