Some Trumpcare Promises

Trump at CNN town hall -- 18 Feb 2016:
the plans will be much less expensive than Obamacare, they’ll be far better than Obamacare, you’ll get your doctor, you’ll get everything that you want to get. It’ll be unbelievable.
Trump tweet -- 1:29 PM on 19 Feb 2016:
I will eliminate the law, in its entirety, & replace it w/ something much better.
Trump at CNN debate -- 25 Feb 2016:
You’re going to see pre-existing conditions and everything else be part of it, but the price will be down,
Trump, 60 Minutes interview aired 27 Sep 2016:
Everybody's got to be covered. [....] Everybody's going to be taken care of much better than they're taken care of now.
Trump campaign web site -- Oct 2016:
will broaden healthcare access, make healthcare more affordable and improve the quality of the care available to all Americans.
Trump at rally in Sanford, Florida -- 25 Oct 2016:
You're going to have such great healthcare at a tiny fraction of the cost, and it is going to be so easy.
Trump tweet -- 4:00 AM on 2 Nov 2016:
I am going to repeal and replace ObamaCare. We will have MUCH less expensive and MUCH better healthcare. With Hillary, costs will triple!
Trump tweet -- 10:56 AM on 4 May 2017:
Our healthcare plan will lower premiums & deductibles — and be great healthcare!
Trump tweet -- 5:32 AM on 30 Apr 2017: plan is on its way. Will have much lower premiums & deductibles while at the same time taking care of pre-existing conditions!

Some Perspective

The current efforts in congress are not about healthcare. They are about tax cuts for the super-wealthy.

For 7 or 8 years, the GOP has been selling one set of lies to their donors and a different set of lies to their constituents. They are currently pulling same old scam: They all claim to support ACA repeal (to string the donors along) but they want the repeal to fail (to string the voters along). If they actually passed a bill, one group or the other would know they'd been betrayed.

One slight problem: The kleptocrats have figured out that they're being scammed, and they are furious. They have spent billions of dollars to procure politicians who promised to repeal the ACA tax on unearned income, and they want what they paid for.