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California senator and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris assured the town hall attendees on Tuesday night that the “odds on favorite” under Medicare For All, to hold that you will be able with your doctor.
Harris was asked about their plans for health care reform during a televised town hall in South Carolina. You responded by reiterated their belief that access to health care is a “right” and how she is already a proud supporter of Medicare For All.
The sceptics will then be knocked down, the question is whether you would be able to keep your doctor under Medicare For All, which was admitted, an “intelligible point.”
“Also, 91% of doctors in the United States in the Medicare system, so that the odds-on favorite to keep that you will be able with your doctor,” Harris said.
The senator’s remarks are similar to the assurances President Obama gave while promoting the Affordable Care Act, where he told the Americans that “If you like your health care plan, you can keep it,” something Politifact, declared as a “lie of the year” in 2013.
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MSNBC host Lawrence O’donnell later on down Harris, the Medicare For All proposals, you would sign as President.
“Mandatory” Medicare for all,” says O’donnell said.
“For all,” Harris responded.
“So, that means that you followed your current private health care plans,” O’donnell.
“No, but you will be entitled to receive would be, and basically have additional insurance, but Medicare For All, and my vision for Medicare For All, we would be expanding the coverage of Medicare, so it would include dental, it would further the vision for our seniors, it is hearing AIDS that are so expensive,” Harris. “The goal is that everyone is in the same facility.”