Is President Trump bad for your health? | The Tylt

Is President Trump bad for your health?

Excerpts from a new biography of former first lady Barbara Bush show the depth of her animosity towards Donald Trump. Bush apparently blamed the president and his vitriolic campaign for a heart attack she suffered in 2016. On the day before news of the Bush book came out, the White House reversed its stance on the Affordable Care Act, hoping to strike down the law in its entirety—including coverage for preexisting conditions. The president, however, says he's working to protect people's health. What do you think?

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NBC News reports the first lady was unequivocal in her distaste for the Trumps, which pre-dated his candidacy by decades. 

The book, "The Matriarch," detailed Barbara Bush's long-standing dislike for Trump, which went back decades. In diary entries from the 1990s, which the former first lady made available to Page, she described Trump as "greedy, selfish, and ugly." By 2016, she was "dismayed by the nation's divisions and by the direction of the party she had worked for, and for so long."
...The former first lady suffered what she described as a heart attack in 2016, stemming from a long battle with congestive heart failure and chronic pulmonary disease. She blamed the episode on the nasty 2016 election cycle and Trump's relentless bashing of her son, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, who ran for president in 2016 too. She told Page that "angst" contributed to the heart episode.
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The president has said numerous times any health care plan supported by his administration would include protections for preexisting conditions—like Barbara Bush's heart attack!

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The president's administration, however, has shown different priorities. According to CNN, the Justice Department has dramatically shifted its stance on Obamacare, withdrawing its support for the program. 

The Trump administration's about-face endorsement of a federal judge's December decision in Texas that the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional could create an untenable situation since, essentially, all Americans with health insurance have Obamacare now.
Invalidating the entire law could strip coverage from tens of millions of Americans and strip protections for coverage enjoyed by hundreds of millions more. CNN's Tami Luhby has documented exactly how the law touches every American -- not just the more than 20 million who have obtained Medicaid or insurance through a state or federal health insurance exchange.
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The president is still touting his support for health care.

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