The US presidential election is getting a lot of attention in the mainstream media, but the American press is rarely willing to cover it.
The media often gets it wrong and doesn’t bother to cover the candidates or their policies.
When they do, it often fails to provide coverage of the issues that are most important to Americans.
This is the case with the mainstream press’s coverage of Donald Trump’s election as president, and the Republican’s attempts to undo the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, in its entirety.
The New York Times recently reported that Trump was seeking to repeal the ACA on the grounds that it would hurt his supporters and cause them to lose jobs.
In fact, the ACA has had no effect on employment, health care costs, or other key measures of the economy.
Trump’s proposal to repeal and replace the ACA would likely hurt the very people he wants to help.
And if Trump does go ahead with his plan, it would also make it harder for millions of people to get insurance and could lead to a rise in premiums and deductibles.
But the media has largely ignored the real reason why Trump’s plan would be bad for the country, and that is the cost to the American people.
The Republican-controlled Congress has passed legislation repealing and replacing the ACA, which was passed in 2010 and implemented in 2015.
The law was intended to ensure coverage for millions more Americans.
It requires that insurers cover preventive services for everyone, including people with pre-existing conditions, and includes a tax credit to help people afford premiums.
But it has also created a vast network of state-based insurance exchanges, which can’t be used to purchase insurance across state lines.
In the absence of the federal exchanges, millions of Americans would have to rely on a third-party provider or pay out of pocket.
While the legislation was signed into law in May, the federal government still has to pay the full cost of providing insurance to the states.
That has left many states in the red, especially those in the southern part of the country where many people live.
That means that the Republican-led Congress could potentially face massive financial difficulties as the ACA is repealed, leaving millions of vulnerable people without coverage.
And while the Republican Party has been trying to repeal Obamacare on the federal level, the state level has been doing it with less success.
While Democrats control the federal legislative and executive branches, state governments have been reluctant to enact their own Obamacare repeal.
That makes it even more important that the American public has a better understanding of the Republican plan, and what its impact will be on the country.
The mainstream media is doing a good job of covering this issue.
The Associated Press has done a good series of stories on the costs and effects of Trump’s repeal.
ABC News did a piece on the “fiscal cliff” and how Republicans could possibly repeal the Affordable Healthcare Act, and Fox News has done similar reporting.
In addition, The New Yorker has written about the ACA’s impact on the Republican agenda, and The Washington Post recently published an article by a former Republican congressman who was a key supporter of Obamacare and worked on its implementation.
Trump has not yet been asked about the proposed legislation, but he did take a swipe at his Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton, during a rally in Indiana on Saturday.
Trump accused Clinton of having failed to repeal or replace the Affordable Health Care Act and said, “It was Hillary Clinton who signed the Obamacare bill.
I signed it myself.
She signed it on her own.”
Trump’s attack on Clinton comes as Republicans in Congress are already attempting to pass a replacement plan for the ACA that would be more comprehensive.
While there is bipartisan support for a replacement, it has been hard to get enough support for such a bill in Congress.
The Republicans have been in a stalemate for months, with some in the party having expressed concerns about repealing the ACA or taking away funding for states to implement the law.
While some Republicans have expressed concern that a replacement would leave some states with more uninsured people, Trump’s comments on Saturday showed that he doesn’t understand the complexities of repealing the law or replacing it.
But while the Trump campaign has repeatedly called for a repeal of the ACA as part of its agenda, the Republican party has been unable to pass legislation to repeal it.
It is a bit surprising that the GOP hasn’t taken a more aggressive stance on repealing the Affordable Law.
The ACA was written in large part to help middle-class families and the poor, but it has made a big difference for the poor and working class in America.
When the ACA was passed, it created the Medicaid expansion, which expanded Medicaid to low-income families in states that had expanded the program.
The Medicaid expansion allowed millions of families in poor areas to get health insurance for the first time.
Millions more people in those states were able to get coverage through private insurance.
Medicaid expansion was one of the first steps that was taken to create the Affordable Economy in the United States.
The expansion expanded coverage to millions of children and