White House Brings Back Barack For Obamacare Promo
The latest stunt from President Joe Biden’s administration just proves that the White House is running out of options.
The administration has revealed a new promotion video that stars...
...former President Barack Obama.
In the video, Obama and Biden discuss their beloved Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.
“Hey President Biden, is Obamacare still a thing?” President Joe Biden reads a text message sent to his phone before turning to former President Barack Obama.
“Is it still a thing?” President Biden asks Obama.
Obama responds with a crooked smile.
“Yes, Obamacare, the Affordable Care Act, Bidencare -- whatever you call it, yes, it is still a thing. The other side has been trying to repeal it every year since it’s existed. But, we’ll keep fighting to protect it,” said Obama.
“Not just protect it, but expand it, saving millions of dollars for working families. We’re covering more people than ever,” said Biden.
Biden finished off the video saying that Obama care is “still a BFD.”
The topic of Obamacare is all too familiar as of lately.
In November of 2023, former President Donald Trump noted that he was seeking “alternative” solutions for Obamacare in the event he secures a return to the White House.
“I don’t want to terminate Obamacare, I want to REPLACE IT with MUCH BETTER HEALTHCARE. Obamacare Sucks!!!” Trump said on social media.
While Trump has not yet provided an official replacement for the Affordable Care Act, he has promised on social media to provide a “much better Healthcare than Obamacare for the American people.”
Trump continued to say “It is not a matter of cost, it is a matter of HEALTH. America will have one of the best Healthcare Plans anywhere in the world. Right now it has one of the WORST!”
He is spot on.
The Affordable Care Act needs to be replaced with something that actually benefits the American people, and a repeal is long overdue.
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