Kasich on GOP Health Care Bill: ‘I’m Worried’ About the People ‘Who Are Really Vulnerable’

‘I’m worried about the future and I’m worried about these people who are really vulnerable’

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KAISCH: "I was going to say you’ll have a lot of people, where are they going to go. That’s a real problem. And it doesn’t mean the system doesn’t need to be reformed. It can be. But this was not great and it will go to the Senate. And I hope and pray that they will write a much bigger bill. Look, I’m not governor in 18 months. I’m sure some about people out there are will applaud that. So it really didn’t affect my operation directly except for maybe these cuts which I’m not sure what they are. I'm worried about the future and I'm worried about these people who are really vulnerable."

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