Which of the Trump-Clinton health care talks is the most ridiculous?
Today’s health care deal is the biggest since Trump took office, and it looks like the GOP could be about to end the administration.
Here’s a look at the craziest ones:1.
Obamacare “repeal and replace” is the worst health care bill ever passed by Congress, and even if it gets through the Senate, it would be the worst since Trump made it a top priority.
The GOP’s efforts to repeal and replace the ACA are now officially a failure, and that means Obamacare is now a thing of the past.
Trump is now pushing the same repeal and replacement agenda, and the bill is even worse.2.
The Trump administration says it will spend $50 billion to fund a health insurance exchange, but that’s it.
The Congressional Budget Office estimated that spending would be less than half of what it is.
That’s a huge, huge waste of money.3.
The American Medical Association and the American Hospital Association are calling for the creation of a new agency that would regulate insurers, but it’s unclear if that’s even necessary, since the ACA already regulates insurers.4.
The Department of Health and Human Services is trying to expand Medicaid to cover low-income people who don’t have health insurance, but those cuts would hurt most low- and middle-income Americans.5.
The House Energy and Commerce Committee is proposing to eliminate the Affordable Care Act’s requirement that insurers cover people with preexisting conditions, something the Trump administration supports.6.
The Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee is considering an amendment to a defense spending bill that would allow insurance companies to sell insurance plans that cover birth control and abortion, but the Senate’s own draft of the bill does not include that language.7.
The National Institutes of Health is asking for $4 billion for a new Ebola treatment center.
That would cost less than $400 million.8.
The White House is asking Congress to extend the Medicare payroll tax cuts for four years to help pay for a $5.5 trillion deficit reduction bill, but Congress has not yet taken up the bill.
The cuts would hit the poorest Americans hardest, and they would leave a lot of Americans out of pocket for much of the rest of the year.9.
The Republican Party’s Obamacare replacement plan will only benefit rich people, and if you are a rich person you’ll be left out of the tax cut, because the tax cuts would only be extended for individuals earning $250,000 a year or more.10.
The U.S. is moving toward universal coverage, but Democrats have made it clear that they won’t support it, and there’s no guarantee the GOP’s bill will be approved.11.
The Republicans are trying to force a tax on college tuition at the expense of people who can’t afford it, but their plan would be a massive tax hike for middle-class families, many of whom are already struggling with rising college costs.12.
The administration is proposing a new Medicaid program that would provide coverage to millions of low- to moderate-income families who are not already eligible for Medicaid, but who are vulnerable to being cut off from coverage because of preexisted conditions.
The plan would also increase funding for the Department of Veterans Affairs by $8.5 billion over the next decade.13.
A new Medicare-for-all system will cost $10.5 to $12.5 per person per year, and only a handful of states have been able to afford it.
It is unlikely that states can meet the requirements, and some are saying that it would take years for states to expand coverage to the entire population.14.
The ACA will only increase costs for millions of people, many Americans with preeXisting conditions.
But the Trump White House wants to increase costs on those people even more, because their costs are already rising.
The Affordable Care Cost-of-Living Adjustment is already increasing premiums, and Trump is looking to increase it further.15.
The Health and Justice Department is trying out an expansion of Medicaid that would make it more affordable for many Americans who are poor and uninsured.
It’s unclear what that expansion would look like.16.
The Energy Department is proposing the creation to expand the U.N. Climate Change Conference in Doha, Qatar, to 2020.
That expansion will affect just about everyone, but Trump and his team think it will cost the country more money than it is worth.17.
The new Republican health care plan would provide $2 trillion for new infrastructure projects, including $800 billion in federal funding for road projects and $250 billion in grants for other public projects.18.
The president wants to create a tax credit for people who buy their health insurance on the individual market, and he says the plan will provide more coverage to people who are on the insurance exchanges.19.
The Interior Department wants to hire more border patrol agents.
But it’s not clear