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We’ve been hearing a LOT of noise from Donald Trump about Republicans’ plans on health care… but not much when it comes to specifics.

Nobody likes a secret — so, just for you, here’s an exclusive first look at Trump and the GOP’s new health care plan:

We can’t stress this enough: Donald Trump and Republicans have absolutely no health care plan, despite their ongoing pursuit to destroy the ACA. Their record shows they’re more concerned with taking away health care than making sure Americans have it.

Trump and Republicans are trying everything they can to obscure their terrible record on health care to voters and the media.

When it comes to health care, the contrast between Republicans and Democrats couldn’t be clearer.

Over the past two years, the Trump administration has been obsessed with trying to sabotage the Affordable Care Act however possible: Through the courts, shady regulations, and shoddy implementation. And don’t get us started on congressional Republicans, whose health care plans like the Graham-Cassidy bill would’ve eliminated insurance coverage for upwards of 21 million people.

Meanwhile, Democrats across the country are more committed than ever to ensuring every American can access the quality, affordable health care they deserve. Already this year, Democrats in Congress have introduced provisions to protect people living with pre-existing conditions, lower health care costs, and stop the Trump administration’s damage to the Affordable Care Act.

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Tom Perez
Democratic National Committee

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