Former President Donald Trump made waves late last month when he announced that he was “seriously looking” at replacing Obamacare if elected to a second term.
Democrats’ reaction to this announcement was unsurprising. President Joe Biden leapt into action to defend his former boss’s signature healthcare law, claiming that Trump’s plan would “rip away health insurance for tens of millions of Americans.”
More surprisingly, several Republicans met Trump’s pledge with skepticism. Sen. John Thune, R-S.D., said he’d “want to know what the proposal is” before supporting Obamacare repeal.