Schumer on Charlie Gard: ‘If People Want to Be Able to Help a Child That’s Dying, They Should Be Allowed To’

‘I think if people want to be able to help a child that’s dying, they should be allowed to do it’

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SCHUMER: “Let me say this. First, the American people sure don’t want the insurance companies and the big powerful interests to control their health care. That’s why TrumpCare is so unpopular. They want a good system that works, and that’s what we’re looking at. On the Charlie Gard situation, again, I don’t know all the details in England, but, you know, I think if people want to be able to help a child that’s dying, they should be allowed to do it.”

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