Levin cheers Trump’s rejection of new Obamacare bailout deal

· October 18, 2017  
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On his national radio program Wednesday night, LevinTV host Mark Levin lauded President Trump’s decision to distance himself from a bipartisan Obamacare bailout deal for insurance companies. 

The correction came just hours after Trump first signaled support for the plan, which would restart the illegal Obamacare subsidy payments that Trump stopped with an executive order last week. How this reversal played out also sends an important message to conservatives, said Levin.

“We support the president by supporting our principles,” Levin said, explaining why conservatives have to speak out against non-conservative ideas coming out of the White House. “He’s under plenty of pressure by the RINOs, by the progressive Democrats, by many of his advisers to capitulate — to buckle.”

“It doesn’t do us any good as a country, it doesn’t do our families any good, and it doesn’t do him any good to do that,” Levin said.


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Author: Nate Madden

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