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During Wednesday’s Democratic presidential debate, NBC anchor Lestor asked Holt, the candidates their private health insurance would be abolished in favor of a government option — only Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and New York City mayor Bill de Blasio, D-NY, raised their hands.
Holt Warren highlighted his support for Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., “Medicare for all” plan and asked if they would double his proposal, if she was President
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“So, yeah, I’m with Bernie on Medicare-for-all and let me tell you why,” she answered. “I spent studying a large part of my life, why families broke and one of the number one reasons to go, the cost of health care. Medical bills. And this is not only for people who do not have insurance. It is for people that have insurance.
“Look at the business model of an insurance company. It is to bring in as many dollars as they can in premiums and pay as little euros as possible for your health. That leaves families with rising premiums, rising co-pays, and the fight with insurance companies to try to get the medical care that their doctors say that you and your children need.”
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Warren claims, Medicare-for-all would be the increasing cost to solve the Problem in the health sector and said that politicians who reject it, are ready to fight for their constituents. They are also referred to health care as a basic human right.
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“Medicare for all” solves this problem,” she continued. “And I understand there are a lot of politicians who say, Oh, it’s just not possible, we can’t do it, we have a lot of political reasons. What he really says, it is not easy to fight for you. Now, health is a fundamental human right, and I’m going to fight for basic human rights.”