Trump changes his language in latest tweet about Obamacare


President Donald J. Trump took to Twitter on Christmas Eve to confirm the upsides of his tax cut bill.

He wrote: “The Tax Cut/Reform Bill, including Massive Alaska Drilling and the Repeal of the highly unpopular Individual Mandate, brought it all together as to what an incredible year we had. Don’t let the Fake News convince you otherwise…and our insider Polls are strong!”

On Dec. 22 the president tweeted that his tax reform bill killed “the most hated part of ObamaCare.”  He wrote: “Remember, the most hated part of ObamaCare is the Individual Mandate, which is being terminated under our just signed Tax Cut Bill.”

He has changed his language since then.  Today he used “the highly unpopular” Individual Mandate, instead of “the most hated part of ObamaCare.”  DML News believes we know what may have influenced the change of language.

Dennis Michael Lynch tweeted to the president a response to his tweet on Dec 22. DML wrote: “I support you Mr President, but ur tweet is wrong. The mandate is bad, but the most hated part of ObamaCare is the monthly cost and the insane deductibles. The tax cuts, although appreciated, don’t cover the premiums. I ask u not 2 open the bubbly until we all can.

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