Chelsea Clinton knocks ObamaCare replacement plan
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Former first daughter Chelsea Clinton early Tuesday knocked House Republicans' ObamaCare replacement plan, calling it "not moral."  

"So the moral is if you want to have a child, take your kids to the Dr., need hospital or ER care, to do it before 2020? No, that's NOT moral," Clinton tweeted.

Her tweet came in response to another one that read, "Under the guise of 'increasing coverage options,' TrumpCare eliminates basic requirements for what insurance plans cover starting in 2020."

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Clinton then responded to another tweet that read, "Excuse me: Why does GOP Health Bill give an insurance co a larger tax break to increase CEO pay than it gives a family to buy coverage?"

"Well, because... No, I can't think of any (reasonable) reason," Clinton wrote.

 

House Republicans on Monday unveiled their long-awaited legislation to repeal and replace ObamaCare.

The two new bills aim to dismantle the core aspects of ObamaCare, including its subsidies to help people buy coverage, expansion of Medicaid, taxes and mandates for people to have insurance. The new system would be centered on a tax credit to help people buy insurance.