By: Sheryl Gay Stolberg | September 17, 2020 | New York Times
WASHINGON- When Donald J. Trump first ran for the White House, he promised to “come up with a great health plan,” one that would repeal the Affordable Care Act but replace it with something better, something that would maintain its biggest selling point: protecting people with pre-existing medical conditions…
Joel White, a Republican strategist with expertise in health policy, said Congress, not the administration, was at fault for refusing to work with Mr. Trump.
“These are the core issues that face us as a country- cost and quality and access,” he said, “and you can’t just get that done through one guy or administration. It needs bipartisan support in Congress and the administration, coming together around a workable idea.”