Trevor Noah examines the Senate’s newly released Obamacare replacement

After weeks of talks behind closed doors, Senate Republicans finally released their healthcare plan to the public. On Thursday’s Daily Show, Trevor Noah looked into the Obamacare replacement and how it will affect Americans.

The bill was called a “vampire bill” because Democrats thought it couldn’t survive outside the GOP’s secret room, but as Noah said Thursday, like a new iPhone reveal, we slowly learned the details.

“No one knew, there were leaks, we weren’t quite sure. And just like Apple, today the Republicans sent out their own turtlenecked leader to reveal the bill,” Noah said, referring to Mitch McConnell.

Essentially, Republicans decided to “cut American’s health care so we can give people tax cuts,” but that’s “not the point. It’s like a fireman running into a burning building and saving the fire, not the baby.”

Noah then moved on to Trump’s recent speech in Iowa in which he contradicted many of his campaign claims. “You know what was really impressive to see last night?” asked Trevor. “Was how Trump supporters are so on board with their dude he can say anything and they’ll come along for the ride.” Watch the clip to see Trevor break down the many examples.

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10 thoughts on “Trevor Noah examines the Senate’s newly released Obamacare replacement

  1. I guess this is as opposed to a the Lying Bill passed by Dems known as AHCA or Obama Care? If you like your doctor you can keep your doctor. If you like your health plan you can keep your health plan. Your rates will go down. Any of that sound familiar? Maybe some working together might create something a bit better, so let’s push out politicians for that.

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  2. A solar wall eh? We could just lay flypaper all along the border, when people & drugs get stuck in it we could just swing by once a day & collect them all & send em back. We could save billions in construction costs!

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