The process of repealing and replacing Obamacare began today when President Donald Trump signed an executive order allowing the formation of Health Associations and the purchase of health insurance across state lines. Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, endorsed the president's move after the house failed to pass a bill that would undo current health care laws. Trump's executive order is the first step in dismantling Obamacare he said on Twitter.
Congress has done nothing to repeal the law thus far so the president took matters into his own hands on Thursday. "We're going to have great health care across state lines," Trump told Fox News. "Private insurers are going to give you incredible health care." The president said this will drive competition and will cost the government virtually nothing.
Here's what Sen. Rand Paul (R -KY) had to say in a Breitbart exclusive.