(PartiallyPolitics.com) – On Monday, President Biden slammed former President Donald Trump and the GOP over their efforts to weaken the supply chain by undoing many of his successes and attempting to repeal and replace ObamaCare.
Biden announced a list of 30 actions that could help better access to economic data and medicine. The action points were the first part of a supply chain resilience council meeting. The council is currently looking for ways to strengthen the supply chain in the 2023 holiday shopping season, especially considering the previous issues that emerged during the COVID-19 pandemic.
During the meeting, Biden referred to a post made by Trump on Truth Social in which the former president had once again called for the Affordable Care Act to be repealed and replaced. As Biden pointed out, Trump had once again called for cuts that would completely ruin health insurance for millions of Americans who rely on Medicaid. He added that this was something that they were not giving up on, but that he would not allow for such a thing to occur.
While Trump was not explicitly mentioned in Biden’s remarks, it was Trump who had recently posted about looking for possible alternatives to ObamaCare and had claimed that it had been a GOP “low point” when they failed to repeal ObamaCare in 2017.
Biden has also claimed that the Republicans are looking for ways to repeal the Inflation Reduction Act and pointed out that such a move was going to be damaging to supply chains.
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