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特朗普向“奥巴马医保”开枪!拜登发布会回怼:这将会剥夺2000万

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  根据CNN报导,针对川普政府有意在联邦最高法院推翻《平价医疗法》(Affordable Care Act, 俗称欧记健保),美国总统当选人拜登10日痛斥“这简直残酷而又带来不必要的分裂”。他警告,美国正历经“一个世纪以来最严重的全国性流行病”,取消欧记健保让2000万美国民众的健康惨遭剥夺。

  拜登在周二(11月10日)下午召开新闻发布会,表达自己对奥巴马平价医疗法案的支持。最高法院开始审理特朗普政府要求废除该法案的诉讼。讲话结束后,记者问,目前特朗普和共和党人不肯合作,拜登如何开始过渡?

  

特朗普向“奥巴马医保”开枪!拜登发布会回怼:这将会剥夺2000万


  拜登说,“我们已经开始过渡,(特朗普)拒绝承认我们赢,对我们要做的事情没有影响,没有什么可以阻止我们......我已经跟6位世界领导人通了话,我相信我们可以把美国带回原来被尊重的位置。”记者问拜登有没有跟他的“老朋友”,参议院多数党领袖米奇-麦康奈尔通话。麦康奈尔公开赞同特朗普的法律诉讼。拜登说,“我还没有机会跟他说话......只有一个总统,等选举人决定。希望在这以前我能跟他通话。”

  拜登说可以在没有和特朗普交流的情况下完成过渡。记者问:“您想跟特朗普总统说什么?”拜登笑着说,“总统先生,我期待跟你通话。”被问到他如何能期待共和党人跟他合作,如果他们连他的胜利都不肯承认?拜登简单回答,“他们会承认的。”

  Joe Biden Press Conference

  on Affordable Care Act

  

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  Kamala Harris: Good afternoon. Today, the Supreme Court heard arguments in a case that could strike down the Affordable Care Act in its entirety. If the Supreme Court agrees with the opponents of the act, their decision could take healthcare away from 20 million Americans. It could take away protections from more than 100 million people with pre-existing conditions in our country, and hurt the millions of Americans who have come to rely on the Affordable Care Act.

  Kamala Harris: Getting rid of the Affordable Care Act will take us backwards to a time when people could charge a woman more for her healthcare than they could charge a man simply because she’s a woman, to a time when pregnancy could be considered a preexisting condition. It will take away free birth control and contraceptive coverage for women. This is all happening at a moment when our country is suffering through a pandemic that has claimed more than 238,000 lives. And we all know that if the Affordable Care Act is struck down, communities of color would be hit particularly hard: black, Asian, Hispanic, and native American, because they are at a greater risk of pre-existing conditions from asthma to diabetes, to lupus. And they are also three times as likely to contract COVID-19, and twice as likely to die as others.

  Kamala Harris: Now, I know we all know that we just had an election in America, an election where healthcare was very much on the ballot. Our country had a clear choice in this election. Each and every vote for Joe Biden was a statement that healthcare in America should be a right and not a privilege. Each and every vote for Joe Biden was a vote to protect and expand the Affordable Care Act, not to tear it away in the midst of a global pandemic. And Joe Biden won the election decisively with more votes than have ever been cast in American history. It amounts to 75 million voices and counting, calling on the Supreme Court to see this case for what it is: a blatant attempt to overturn the will of the people. And the president-elect and I cannot let that happen. And now it is my honor to introduce President-Elect, Joe Biden.

  Joe Biden: Thank you, Kamala. Good afternoon, everyone. This morning, as was stated, United States Supreme Court heard oral arguments on the case of grave importance to the American people. This case represents the latest attempt by the far-right ideologues to do what they’ve repeatedly failed to do for a long time in the courts and the Congress and the Court of Public Opinion over the last decade to eliminate the entirety of the Affordable Care Act.

  Joe Biden: Twice already the Supreme Court has upheld the landmark law. In 2012, and again in 2015, and the Congress expressing the popular will of the American people on a bipartisan basis has rejected numerous attempts, numerous efforts by president Trump to erase the law as well. Now, in the middle of a deadly pandemic that has infected more than 10 million Americans, nearly one in every 32 Americans, often with devastating consequences to their health, these ideologues are once again trying to strip health coverage away from the American people.

  Joe Biden: The goal of the outgoing administration is clear from the brief they filed in the Supreme Court. It asserts, and I quote, “The entire ACA thus must fall.” End of quote. Now, I’m not naive about the fact that healthcare is an issue that has divided Americans in the past, but the truth is the American people are more united on this issue today than they are divided. Recently as last month, a leading survey found that American people want to keep the Affordable Care Act in place by an overwhelming margin of 58% to 36%. 79% of the American people, including nine out of 10 Democrats, eight out of 10 independents, and two thirds of republicans want to keep the ACA protections for people with pre-existing conditions, which would be eliminated if this lawsuit were to succeed.


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