Reporter Asks Trump To Explain His Healthcare Plan; His Response Was A Disaster

During a White House news conference, Donald Trump went on a full-blown rant about Obamacare and how his health care plan will be much better for Americans.

Trump says:

“Obamacare is a disaster. It’s virtually dead, as far as I am concerned it really is dead, and I predicted that a long time ago — it is a concept that doesn’t work, and we are very close,” Trump said. “We feel we have the votes, and as soon as we’re finished with taxes, John, we really feel we have the votes to get block grants into the states where the states can much better manage this money and much better take care of the people, rather than the federal government. The state block grants — we’ll do massive block grants into the various states so that the states can run the program.”

After nearly three minutes of slurring his words and making himself look like an idiot, Trump finally stopped talking. But at no point did he actually explain what his health care plan is. So after Trump finished, Roberts interjected, “So is Graham-Cassidy still the plan, sir?”

“Yeah, essentially that would be the plan, yes,” Trump said. “Block grants.”

Typically, an answer like that means that the person lacks the knowledge and is incapable  of actually explaining what the agenda consists of. Then again, this is Trump – we can’t expect anything more.

Watch the train wreck, below: 


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