U.S. President-Elect Donald Trump and his presidential transition website – GreatAgain.gov

Comment (by a soul):
U.S. President-Elect Donald Trump has unveiled a presidential transition website to showcase the different policies and objectives that his administration will be pursuing once in office. It is called “GreatAgain.gov” and also includes biographical information about Trump, Pence, and their wives as First and Second Ladies.

Trump Presidential Transition website:

I suggest that everyone visit the website to read more about the objectives and policies that will be implemented.  There is a lot of good information already available. You may also apply for the 4,000 presidential appointee jobs that will be immediately open due to the transition to a Republican administration.

One of the areas that I am most interested in is repealing Obamacare. So, I am including the information posted on the website about what Trump will be doing in office.

God bless!

Source: https://www.greatagain.gov/policy/healthcare.html

Healthcare Reform

It is clear to any objective observer that the Affordable Care Act (ACA), which has resulted in rapidly rising premiums and deductibles, narrow networks, and health insurance, has not been a success. A Trump Administration will work with Congress to repeal the ACA and replace it with a solution that includes Health Savings Accounts (HSAs), and returns the historic role in regulating health insurance to the States. The Administration’s goal will be to create a patient-centered healthcare system that promotes choice, quality and affordability with health insurance and healthcare, and take any needed action to alleviate the burdens imposed on American families and businesses by the law.

To maximize choice and create a dynamic market for health insurance, the Administration will work with Congress to enable people to purchase insurance across state lines. The Administration also will work with both Congress and the States to re-establish high-risk pools – a proven approach to ensuring access to health insurance coverage for individuals who have significant medical expenses and who have not maintained continuous coverage.

The Administration recognizes that the problems with the U.S. health care system did not begin with – and will not end with the repeal of – the ACA. With the assistance of Congress and working with the States, as appropriate, the Administration will act to:

  • Protect individual conscience in healthcare
  • Protect innocent human life from conception to natural death, including the most defenseless and those Americans with disabilities
  • Advance research and development in healthcare
  • Reform the Food and Drug Administration, to put greater focus on the need of patients for new and innovative medical products
  • Modernize Medicare, so that it will be ready for the challenges with the coming retirement of the Baby Boom generation – and beyond
  • Maximize flexibility for States in administering Medicaid, to enable States to experiment with innovative methods to deliver healthcare to our low-income citizens