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December 17, 2017

Trump: The main provisions Obamacare remains


US President-elect Donald Trump says he is ready to leave an integral part of the health care law President Barack Obama.
Mr. Trump, who promised to repeal the law in 2010, said he would keep a ban on insurers refuse coverage for pre-existing conditions.

He told the Wall Street Journal that he also favored allowing young adults insured on the policy of their parents.
“I love it,” said Trump on the two pillars of the bill.
It was his meeting with Obama on Thursday that he had brought back his call for total replacement law on affordable health care for, he told the newspaper.

When asked whether they would implement his campaign promise to appoint prosecutors, specifically to probe beat Democrat opponent, Hillary Clinton, using a private email server while the Secretary of State. Trump said: “This is not something that I think a lot because I want to solve health status, employment, border control, tax reform.”
Meanwhile, angry demonstrators chose Trump met several US cities for a third night on Friday. Thousands of people took to the streets in Miami, Atlanta, Philadelphia, New York, San Francisco and Portland, Oregon, to express their anger at the president’s comments on immigrants, Muslims, and women.

Portland police are investigating the shooting and wounding of demonstrators on a bridge where demonstrators parade of anti-Trump. Earlier, officials used deafening grenades to disperse several hundred people in the city center.
In a separate interview with CBS, Mr. Trump said that part of the health bill Obama he was “trying to keep the” is “beat.”

He said that if the bill is repealed and replaced, the amendment will give Americans “an excellent health care for much less money.”

He made this statement in an interview with the 60-minute program, which is due to air on Sunday.

On Friday, Mr. Trump set Mike Pence was elected as vice president in charge of his transition team, replacing New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.

The analysis Anthony Zurcher, BBC North America

“Canceling and Changing” – Focusing on the first two, has become the mantra of the Republic on health reform Barack Obama during the last six years. Candidate Donald Trump echoed this when he called the program “a disaster” and promised something better if elected president.
A few days after the American public will give Trump the key to the Oval office, but he said that no part of the legislative realization deserves to be maintained, Obama.

The challenge for the president-elect is that features such as praise Obamacare mandate health insurance coverage had been there before – perhaps because part of the law has required all Americans to get insurance.

Keeping the law of carrots while leaving their club can be difficult.

What complicates the matter is that the effort to “review and reform” can not fly with a loyal supporter of Mr. Trump and the image of the Conservative politicians in Congress, who want to start a “root and branch.”

Mr. Trump has criticized the deal, describing it as a disaster that would send more jobs overseas.

BBC business reporter Joe Lynam said the collapse of the Pacific, but not China.
Officials said that after eight years of negotiations, the fate of the treaty, known as the Trans-Pacific Association is in the hands of the next administration.

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