President Donald Trump wrote an op-ed for USA Today about healthcare, attacking Democrats and touting his own vague plans. At the Washington Post, Glenn Kessler points out that most of it is misleading and false, going through each and every sentence.
Here, omitting not just outright lies but sentences that mix fact and falsehood, I present the entirety of Trump's 820-word column that remains truthful.
As a candidate, I promised that we would protect coverage for patients with pre-existing conditions and create new health care insurance options that would lower premiums.
123 Democrats in the House of Representatives — 64 percent of House Democrats — as well as 15 Democrats in the Senate have already formally co-sponsored [Democratic] legislation.
The truth is that the centrist Democratic Party is dead.
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