Washington, DC. – President Trump earlier this morning confirmed that he will, in fact, be using the Presidential power of the pen to sign an executive order on healthcare, allowing millions of Americans access to better quality and cheaper healthcare for themselves and their families.
As America Today News reported yesterday, the President’s team are putting the last touches on an executive order which would allow Americans and their families to purchase healthcare across state lines, making the whole country a competition market for insurance. Forcing individuals, families, and companies into state exchanges was the centerpiece of Obamacare, and it seems that with this order the White House is planning to undo that.
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., responded early Tuesday and touted the proposed executive action.
“This will be a great plan & a big deal for millions of Americans. I’ve been working with @realDonaldTrump for months on this. Details soon!” Paul tweeted.
Senator Paul has been a leading voice in the fight to repeal and replace Obamacare for years, and has been an advocate of allowing cross-country competition.
The President is expected to sign the order sometime this week.