Trump Stands by Past Support for Universal Health Care

‘I want people taken care of in the country, okay?’

Trump Stands By Past Support For Universal Health Care (BuzzFeed)

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is standing by his past support for universal health care.

“I want people taken care of in the country, okay? You can call it anything you want, but I want — including people that don’t have anything,” The Donald told radio host John Fredericks in an interview Wednesday. “We gotta do that.”

Trump said in 1999 — when he was flirting with a presidential rub on the Reform Party ticket — that the U.S. should make health care an entitlement and that coverage should be universal.

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