The Former Members of Trump’s Administration Respond To Congress’ Health Care Bill

Audio of Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL) comparing the Price control measure to Obamacare (“There’s no trust in the Government of the kinds of good decisions you might make.” pic.twitter.com/uen4dV8e8L — Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) August 19, 2018

What do Jeff Sessions, Anthony Scaramucci, Jennifer K. Lopez, Newt Gingrich, and Bobby Jindal have in common?

They have all voiced strong opposition to Price control mandates passed by Congress. The Washington Examiner’s Chris Jackson connected Congress’s latest tax reform measure (H.R. 1) to the former heads of the federal government (and the 2018 GOP frontrunners) :

[email protected]: If Price Control Mandates get the go-ahead, there are folks in all of these parties are strongly opposed to it. They call it Obamacare. #FullStoryhttps://t.co/XTnggQTFv8 — Chris Jackson (@chrisjacksontv) August 19, 2018

The proposal is one that the tax crowd approved of, said Jackson. But all the former Trump advisers have strong responses to the idea that Congress is targeting health care with tax reform. Jackson spoke with Mo Brooks, a member of the House Freedom Caucus, about the plan. Brooks said the plan needs to be scrutinized. “I don’t think anybody in America understands it,” Brooks said. “If we don’t know what a price control mandate is, we’re done. “Not that there will be a regulation as there is every year, but it is designed to take the power out of patients hands and give that to the government and their bureaucrats and their administrators. That’s what Price Control Mandates do, and I’m opposed to it.”

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