- The Washington Times - Thursday, October 27, 2016

Donald Trump called Obamacare a “catastrophic event” at a rally Wednesday in Ohio, telling supporters that insurance premium hikes have exposed the lies President Obama relied on to promote the health care law.

Mr. Trump said Mr. Obama also lied to voters when they would be able to keep their health care plans and their doctors.

“They have caught him in a lot of lies lately, folks,” Mr. Trump said. “Hillary Clinton, talking about liars, wants to double down … on Obamacare and make it even worse.”

Mr. Trump pledged to repeal and replace Obamacare with a new law that “so much less expensive and so much better.”

“Obamacare is really, and you know this, a catastrophic event for Ohio workers” he said. “And it is making it impossible for many parents to pay their bills, support their families or get qualified medical care to their children.

“Repealing Obamacare is one of the single most important reasons we must win on Nov. 8,” he said.

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