Trump: ‘We’re Going to Get Really Good Healthcare’ Because ‘I Have a Lot of Friends Who Are Democrats’

By Craig Bannister | December 17, 2018 | 3:08pm EST
Pres. Donald Trump and First Lady Melania at White House Congressional Ball (Screenshot)

“Exciting things happened over the last 24 hours” regarding healthcare, President Donald Trump told attendees at the annual White House Ball on Saturday.

Trump said that “really good healthcare” – possibly, even “incredible healthcare” – is in store for Americans, because he has “a lot of friends who are Democrats” who will work with his Administration to make it so:

“I believe we’re going to get really good healthcare. Exciting things happened over the last 24 hours. And if everybody is smart — because we have a lot of Democrats here tonight, and I’m very happy about that. People don’t realize it, I have a lot of friends who are Democrats. And we have Democrats here.

“And if the Republicans and the Democrats get together, we are going to end up with incredible healthcare, which is the way it should have been from day one. And it’s going to happen. It now has a chance to happen.”


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