President Trump continues to attack the Affordable Care Act, the target of two executive orders he signed last week.
A Massachusetts small business owner is on the defensive for standing behind President Trump as he signed a controversial executive order.
Donald Trump has been slapped with a lawsuit by US states after he signed an executive order scrapping a key component of Obamacare. Mr Trump said he wanted to end subsidies to insurers that help millions of low-income people pay medical expenses because “I don’t want to make the insurance companies rich”. Show More Summary
President Trump had to be ushered back to sign his executive order peeling back parts of Obamacare, which he's spent years bashing. The commander-in-chief began strolling out of the White House's Roosevelt Room after delivering a full-throated rebuke of the Affordable Care Act.... Show More Summary
It did not take long for democrats to respond to Trump's executive order halting key subsidies known as Cost-Sharing Reductions or CSRs to insurers. On Friday, just hours after the executive order was signed, Democratic attorneys general...Show More Summary
Donald Trump was accused of sabotaging the Affordable Care Act on Thursday when he used an executive order to unilaterally weaken Obamacare following months of failed attempts by Republicans to repeal it. The president’s order expands access to cheaper and less comprehensive insurance, which experts predict will result in health plans for the sick becoming more expensive.
A day earlier, President Donald Trump signed an executive order to remove a key component of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). In response to President Trump, 18 states sued the administration on Friday to prevent the removal of subsidies,...Show More Summary
On Thursday President Trump signed an executive health care order poised to impact real estate agents and the viability of association health plans (AHPs)...
President Donald Trump signed his 50th executive order Thursday. Barack Obama had signed 26 at this point in his presidency.
Yesterday, President Donald Trump signed an executive order halting cost-sharing reduction payments intended to help low-income Americans get healthcare. The subsidies were a major component of the Affordable Care Act, and the orderShow More Summary
After making remarks on why he was issuing an executive order to relax Obamacare regulations, President Donald Trump appeared to forget that he did not sign the order. Vice President Mike Pence reminded him to head to the desk to sign the order, which he did. There’s no liberal media bias here, as it appeared […]
Trump’s Healthcare Executive Order Trump Signs Executive Order relaxing ACA health insurance rules. About a week or so ago, I had read this elsewhere, mentioned it, and was told there was no way this would happen. Similar to the three attempts to defund the ACA, Trump is doing what he says the Senate could not […]
Amy Davidson Sorkin on the impact and consequences of the health-care executive order signed this week by President Trump.
It's more than one little incident. It's one in a long string of similar incidents. Grandpa Trump is clearly suffering from some kind of cognitive decline, and it's hard to watch. He actually forgot to sign his big healthcare destruction order yesterday, and Mike Pence had to remind him! Honest-to-God transcript. Show More Summary
Sam Baker: “President Trump left little doubt yesterday that he intends to do as much damage as he can to the Affordable Care Act’s insurance markets. And he can do a lot.” “The executive order Trump signed yesterday aims to [...]
(John Hinderaker) In the wake of the Republican Congress’s historic failure to carry out its pledge to repeal Obamacare, President Trump today signed an executive order intended to promote choice and competition in health care markets. Show More Summary
Republican Sen. Rand Paul spoke on Thursday as President Trump signed an executive order side-stepping rules put in place by the Affordable Care Act, and body language between the pair was all over the place.
The same day President Trump signs an executive order starting the process of unraveling Obamacare, he also plans to stop subsidy payments — which a...
Just hours after signing an executive order that implicitly begins unwinding ObamaCare, Politco reports, citing two people familiar with the matter, that President Trump plans to cut off critical subsidy payments to insurers sellingShow More Summary
Critics question whether the president is trying to do by fiat with health care what he couldn't get Congress to do by law.