President Donald Trump revealed that he had asked three Republican senators to come up with a really great health care plan to replace Obamacare.
“I have asked John Barrasso, Bill Cassidy, who is a terrific health care person, Rick Scott, and others to form a really great plan,” Trump said.
The president commented on his renewed interest in a health care reform push as he left the White House for a campaign rally in Michigan.
He predicted that the Texas lawsuit declaring Obamacare unconstitutional would end up in the Supreme Court, which would likely affirm the lower court’s ruling.
Trump described Obamacare as a “disaster” with high premiums and low deductibles, reminding reporters that he ended the individual mandate for insurance.
He promised a better health care bill that would still take care of preexisting conditions.
“We will take care of preexisting conditions, better than they are taken care of now,” Trump said. “Maybe we’ll even get support in the House from Democrats.”