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I firmly believe that nobody will be worse off financially in the process that we're going through.
The CBO (Congressional Budget Office report) looked at a portion of our plan but not the entire plan […] So we disagree strenuously with with the report that was put out. We believe that our plan will cover more individuals at a lower cost and give them the choices that they want for the coverage that they want for themselves and for their family, not that the government forces them to buy.
We believe that the plan that we're putting in place is going to insure more individuals than currently are insured. So we think the CBO simply has it wrong.
I believe and the president believes firmly that if you create a system that's accessible for everybody and you provide the financial feasibility for everybody to get coverage, that we have a great opportunity to increase coverage over where we are right now.
I'll tell you that the plan that we've laid out here will not leave that number of individuals uncovered. In fact I believe, again, that we'll have more individuals covered.
Tonight, President Trump reassured the American people that help is on the way for those who are suffering as a result of the Affordable Care Act. . Now is the time for action.
We still have 20 million individuals without coverage. I think as policy makers, it is incumbent upon us to say, what can we do to increase that coverage?
I would just convey to the Medicare population of this nation, they don't have reason to be concerned. We look forward to assisting them in getting the care and coverage that they need.
It's true that he said that, yes. I've had conversations with the president about health care, yes.
The reality is everything I did was ethical, above board, legal and transparent. Nobody ought to lose insurance because they got a bad diagnosis.
It's true that he said that, yes.
Nobody ought to be priced out of the market for having a bad diagnosis.
We need to make sure nobody loses their insurance or is unable to gain insurance because of pre-existing conditions.
I commit that we will not abandon individuals with preexisting illness or disease.
There's been a lot of talk about individuals losing health coverage. That is not our goal, nor is it our desire, nor is it our plan.
Nobody is interested in pulling the rug out from under anybody. We believe that it's absolutely imperative that individuals, who have health coverage, keep health coverage and move, hopefully, to greater choices and opportunities to gain the coverage that they want for themselves or their families.
Not true. That's not true, Senator.
It was the price that everybody paid for the private placement.
One of my goals in this entire debate is to lower the temperature.
I'm offended by that insinuation.
I think that for Americans ... the last thing we want to do is go from a Democrat health-care system to a Republican health-care system.
I have no reason to believe he's changed his position.
Nobody is going to be dying on the streets with a President Trump.
We all want a health care system that's affordable, that's accessible to all, of the highest quality, with the greatest number of choices, driven by world-leading innovations, and responsive to the needs of the individual patient.
I wasn't making those decisions.
We're a compassionate society.
He "studied the company…and felt it had significant merit and promise and purchased the initial shares on the stock exchange.
Did you take additional actions after [you were notified of the stock purchase] to advance your plan to help the company that you now own stock in?
I think that's fair.
We believe it's appropriate to put in place a system that gives every person the financial feasibility to be able to purchase the coverage that they want for themselves and for their family, again not what the government forces them to buy.
Why some folks here in Washington would be willing to let these programs go bankrupt is beyond me. Medicare and Social Security are going broke.
The Obama administration has also admitted that 20 percent of those shopping for insurance on the Obamacare exchanges will have only one coverage option to choose from. That is not actually a choice.
Furthermore, those plans that are offered come with narrower networks meaning fewer choices of physicians and less access to quality care.
On November 8th, I'll join the people of Georgia in supporting Donald Trump for president.