Citing a conversation with none other than President Barack Obama himself, President-elect Donald Trump appeared open Friday to compromising on his oft-repeated pledge to repeal and replace Obamacare.
His comments were made in an interview with the Wall Street Journal. They signal less of a policy shift for Trump than a change from the rhetoric that helped win him the presidency just three days ago. The shift could set up a fight with conservatives.
Trump told the paper he was reconsidering his stance after Thursday’s meeting with Obama. The President urged Trump to protect parts of the law. Trump said he would like to keep the provision forbidding discrimination based on pre-existing conditions and to allow young Americans to remain on their parents’ healthcare plans.
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