Donald Trump vowed to call a “special session” of Congress to repeal ObamaCare if he wins the White House. If he’s elected, Trump said, Republicans “will be able to immediately repeal and replace ObamaCare.”
“It’s one of the most important reasons why we must win on Nov. 8,” he said during a speech in Pennsylvania, a crucial battleground state.
Both Trump and Pence have focused on bashing premium increases under ObamaCare. The average increase for a benchmark plan is 25 percent; in Pennsylvania, it is 53 percent.
“In the future, if I’m president, there won’t be ObamaCare, so you won’t have to worry about it,” Trump said of the premium increases.