Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price told reporters he preferred to call ObamaCare’s replacement “PatientCare.”
A reporter asked Price how he and the White House felt about this bill being labeled TrumpCare.
“I prefer to call it PatientCare,” Price told the reporter. “This is about patients at the end of the day. This isn’t about politicians. This isn’t about insurance companies. This is about patients.”
Price then told a story about a small business roundtable he attended with President Trump where a participant said to him how ObamaCare had forced him to let people go.
“I’ll call it PatientCare, if you focus on the patients we’ll get to the right answer,” Price concluded.
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