Five years ago, Donald Trump descended down his golden escalator at Trump Tower and announced his run for president. From that day, he promised to dismantle our health care and since the start of his presidency, Trump has waged an all-out war to terminate the Affordable Care Act (ACA), which would take coverage from 20 million Americans and strip protections from 135 million with pre-existing conditions. This anniversary is a stark reminder of the existential threat of Trump’s war on health care, especially as the nation grapples with the worst public health crisis in a generation.
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