President Trump Delivers Remarks About Healthcare Reform in Cincinnati Ohio…

President Trump arrived in Cincinnati Ohio to deliver two speeches today; one about the ongoing efforts to replace Obamacare with a workable healthcare solution, the second about an expansive infrastructure bill to rebuild American.

Arriving at the Airport President Trump first delivers remarks on healthcare.

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24 Responses to President Trump Delivers Remarks About Healthcare Reform in Cincinnati Ohio…

  1. citizen817 says:

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  2. Marica says:

    President Trump sounded strong and confident! Looked unruffled and even cracked jokes…And I loved loved loved one of the builders he called up that said We are so blessed to have the most successful builder in the world as our President! and then almost choked up…MAGA!!

    Liked by 14 people

  3. citizen817 says:

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  4. citizen817 says:

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  5. Bull Durham says:

    This is POTUS as Leader. Then his Infrastructure presentation was even stronger.

    He needs to do this once a week. Meet the People, Lead the Nation.


    Liked by 8 people

  6. tampa2 says:

    Short, sweet and to the point!

    Liked by 5 people

  7. helmhood says:

    It is very encouraging to see those young people in the images above. The future is still in good hands.

    “Our children will not live under Obama socialism… YOUR children will live under Trump liberty!”

    Liked by 6 people

  8. fangdog says:

    In the past folks had only the propaganda media regurgitating canned narratives of crooked, corrupt politicians handed to them by the Deep State, Establishment elites and Globalist Wall Street billionaires.

    The average journalist in no way can even remotely understand the intellect and common sense of self-achieving successful people from a world of competition. Their only psychological support for relevance has to come from their convoluted emotion as a result their being a void of anything else.

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  9. Crawler says:

    Maybe I’m wrong, but it sure looked like, to me, that President Trump just fired a shot across McConnell’s bow in the Senate.

    Hey Mitch, quit playing pocket pool, boy! You’re up! It’s time to rally the team and bat that nasty Marx-Gruber-Obamacare ball-of-worms out of our park!

    Liked by 8 people

    • litlbit2 says:

      Oh how this message should be repeated 24/7 expanded to include Paul Ryan until November 2018.

      Liked by 1 person

    • fleporeblog says:

      He did!

      Don’t get caught up with all this BS about not having enough votes to pass a bill for repeal and replace. As much as the GOPe in the Senate want to kill the repeal bill and replace bill, the pressure will be so great because every single week that goes by, more and more of these stories will be unfolding.

      From the article linked above:

      Anthem, the largest health insurance provider in Ohio, is pulling out of the state health insurance exchange next year — leaving 20 of the state’s 88 counties without an insurer.

      It offered individual plans in all 88 Ohio counties in 2017 — and in 20 of them Anthem is the only insurer offering plans.

      And by the way, this is the first state of 14 that Anthem will be pulling out of. Anthem is killing them by deciding one at a time rather than pulling the band aid off all at once.

      A new analyst report says there is reason to believe that major Obamacare insurer Anthem “is leaning toward exiting a high percentage” of the insurance regions where it currently sells individual health plans.

      If that happens, millions of Obamacare customers and potential customers would be left in 2018 with even fewer choices of insurers than they have now.

      Anthem currently insures more than 800,000 individual plan customers in 144 rating regions in 14 states.

      Other major insurers, including Aetna, UnitedHealthcare, Cigna and Humana, have already scaled back their footprints in the Obamacare markets.

      But Anthem’s exit would potentially have a bigger impact.

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  10. Mike says:

    The real problems start the protection from competition and over-regulation of the medical industry – pharmas, doctors and other providers, insurance, etc. Predators eliminate various competitors and the prices of cheaper, better options skyrocket or the better options totally vaporize.

    We found self reliance necessary for survival (parental old age and terminal cancer). Financially we save 95% – 99% on costs, too and don’t need much insurance, much less ACA.


  11. maiingankwe says:

    I’m a people person, so I just loved how our President just walked right up to the people. I don’t think he was supposed to do that since it looked like the Secret Service had him back way up. It was a chuckle moment for me, and an oops from him, which I know he wasn’t bothered by.

    I agree with Bull Durham, our President needs to do more of this and going out and speaking to us. It makes it far more difficult for the msm to continue with their you know what bs.

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  12. Eileen says:

    I enjoyed watching the elated reaction from the little girl wearing blue after she shook hands with our remarkable President. President Trump just keeps getting better and better each day! He is working hard for us. I am so thankful we have him.

    Liked by 10 people

  13. Janice says:

    I voted for Reagan and gave up hope of ever seeing another one like him. Pres Trump has become even much more. He is my George Washington as he sets a new course for this Country. I am so blessed to be living thru these historic Times! Will do whatever it takes to support him. If he calls us to D.C. I will crawl over glass to be there! I adore this man! Thank you Lord God above!

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  14. Michael says:

    He was here and I didn’t get to see him this time as Prez ? arrrgggghhhhh


  15. Kevin Stuart Lee says:

    I have a lot of hope for the future thanks to Trump.

    Nearly 140 days in, I still get a grin on my face when I read “President Donald Trump” in the paper.

    Liked by 4 people

  16. daughnworks247 says:

    Have you ever seen two more well-combed young men?
    Trump gave the boys a high-5.
    It was cute.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Orygun says:

      You can tell from his actions how much he loves children! He always takes time out to talk to the kids. I just love that about him and it shows how centered he is.
      What a contrast from the narcissistic politicians.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Mary Kate Conly says:

      Daughn, your comment is offensive. PLEASE check your privilege. It’s 2017. And despite President Clinton having to serve as chief executive of our country from her hidey-hole in the woods, there are still some un-disputable FACTS you need to deal with.

      They are not “young men” or “boys” as you so ignorantly state. Don’t you know there are AT LEASAT 87 genders, all of which will be extinct by 2018 by the settled science of climate change?

      You may call them “f’ing white males!”, or “patriarchal slavemasters”, or “preoperative-non-cisgendered-racists against the religion of peace / toned arm deniers”.

      That too hard for you? If so, go back to your ancestral country of origin, so the Mexicans you can reclaim their rightful spot on your recliner.

      Sorry for the sarcasm, I can’t help it, I’m punchdrunk celebrating International NutJob Day!


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