McEnany To Reporter: If You Want To Know About Our Health Care Plan “Come Work Here At The White House”

Translation: Trump doesn't have a health care plan.

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Donald Trump keeps continuing to promise that he has a health care plan in the works. Still, nothing ever comes of it, while, at the same time, this president is trying to eradicate Obamacare, and with that, coverage for pre-existing conditions will be gone. So far, we haven’t seen a plan, though.

“My first day in office, I am going to ask Congress to put a bill on my desk, getting rid of this disastrous law and replacing it with reforms that expand choice, freedom, affordability,” said Trump on Oct. 25, 2016. “You’re going to have such great health care at a tiny fraction of the cost. And it’s going to be so easy.”

In June of 2019, Trump promised that he was on the verge of unveiling a “phenomenal” health care bill. And just last night during Trump’s ABC town hall, the president said, “I have it all ready. I have it all ready,” in regards to a health care plan.


But, on Wednesday during Kayleigh McEnany’s press briefing, the White House press secretary refused to comment on Trump’s plan that the president said is “ready.” Instead, McEnany told CNN White House correspondent Kaitlyn Collins when she asked McEnany about the plan, to “come work here at the White House” if she wants to be provided with the details.


I’m going to go out on a limb to suggest that Trump is lying about having a health care plan amid the raging pandemic.

Apparently, to get a simple question answered, you have to get a job at the White House.

Over six and a half million Americans have contracted COVID_19, and millions are out of work, with many losing their health care. And we have a president that’s lying about a health care plan, among other things.

I’m just going to leave this old tweet here:

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