Kathleen Sebelius, who served as President Obama’s Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) – and was responsible for implementing ObamaCare – admitted that the law had failed to provide Americans in rural America with a choice of healthcare providers during an interview on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”
NBC’s Chuck Todd pointed out that Republicans make the argument that healthcare companies are fleeing the ObamaCare marketplace now because they feel it’s too expensive, and that ObamaCare doesn’t provide rural Americans with a choice as to who their healthcare provider will be.
“Well, I think that’s true, Chuck. There’s no question that this is a young and fragile market,” Sebelius told Todd, before going on to blame Republicans for making it that way.
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