President Donald Trump headed to the battleground states of North Carolina and Florida on Thursday amid outrage over his refusal to commit to a peaceful transfer of power following the November 3 US election and two days before he will announce his pick to fill a Supreme Court vacancy.
"We've really become the health-care party - the Republican Party", Trump claimed during a speech in Charlotte, N.C. As a part of the plan, he signed an executive order pushing Congress to pass legislation by January 1 that would protect healthcare patients from surprise medical bills and guaranteeing cheaper coverage for people with preexisting conditions.
The first executive order requires that health insurance companies cover all preexisting conditions for all customers, a move he floated in August.
If the order succeeds, it will provide babies who were born under these circumstances "the medical care they deserve", Trump said.
Q: Could the executive order actually replace the health care law?
Julie Rovner, the chief Washington correspondent at Kaiser Health News, pointed out that Trump's executive order would do nothing if the Obamacare lawsuit backed by his administration succeeds. He wrote, "One of the worst polls in 2016 was the Fox News Poll".
Since coming to office, Trump has reversed numerous Obama-Biden actions towards Cuba.
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U.S. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell and some other Republicans distanced themselves from the Republican president's remarks on Wednesday, when he said he would "see what happens" before accepting the outcome.
We want to make sure the election is honest, and I'm not sure that it can be.
The initiative will cost the U.S. government $6.6 billion.
With this court case looming, Mr. Trump issued a new executive order on Thursday that makes it official USA policy that medical insurers must continue to cover to those with preexisting conditions.
"As President, I will bring people together to protect and build on the Affordable Care Act, lower health care costs for working families and seniors, and ensure that all Americans have access to the quality, affordable coverage they deserve", Biden said.
The new restrictions are the latest in the Trump administration effort to reinstate an economic blockade of Cuba and reverse the strategy of restoring diplomatic relations with the island, the policy that was pursued by former President Barack Obama's administration. "Protections for pre-existing conditions are the law".