Trump Spox Can't Guarantee ACA Replacement Won't Kick Millions Off Their Healthcare
Trump Deputy White House Spokesperson Sarah Huckabee Sanders made an appearance on ABC's This Week this Sunday, and continually punted when asked by host George Stephanopoulos whether or not their Obamacare replacement plan (which they keep insisting will be "better") will kick millions of people off of their existing healthcare coverage.
Sanders did her best to rattle off the usual talking points about the Affordable Care Act supposedly "collapsing" (it's not) and continued to insist in broad terms that their replacement plan will somehow be an improvement on what we have now, but when Stephanopoulos tried over and over again to pin her down on how many Americans would lose their coverage, she had no response.
STEPHANOPOULOS: But let's move on to the State of the Union. One of the big questions at the State of the Union coming up -- I guess it's not a State of the Union; the address to Congress on Tuesday -- will be what to do with Obamacare in this and what the president's going to say should be done.