Fox News confronted Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber with the law’s failures, which he blamed on President Trump, not President Obama.
Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber appeared on Fox News Sunday and faced questions from Chris Wallace about the failures of the law. Gruber blamed Obamacare’s shortcomings on President Trump.
Chris Wallace noted that under Obamacare, premiums have gone up an average of 24 percent across the country and that insurance companies have left the Obamacare exchanges at an alarming rate,
“And whose fault is this? Before President Trump was elected, there were no counties in America that did not have an insurer,” Gruber began to tell Wallace before Wallace interrupted him questioning how Trump could be blamed for Obama’s law.
Gruber, however, stuck to his talking points and refused to accept any responsibility for the law collapsing.
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