Trump will live tweet VP debate, and Clinton's camp is thrilled
Oct 08 2016 by Larry Hoffman
Hillary Clinton's campaign was not pleased that the former president's "crazy system" remark has provided ammunition to Republicans a month before voters go to the polls. "And while he was slightly short-handed, it's clear to everyone, including President Obama, that improvements are needed", Clinton spokesman Angel Urena said in a statement to CNN.
I watched tonight's vice presidential debate very closely, because as I said if elected, Donald Trump would be our oldest president sworn in, or Hillary Clinton would be our second oldest.
On Monday at a rally in Flint, Mich., Clinton called ObamaCare the "craziest thing in the world" before calling for more a government-driven system in which people could buy into Medicare and Medicaid.
The comments come as leaked private audio of Mrs. Clinton at a private fundraiser for donors was also knocking the president's law.
"Secretary Clinton believes that the Affordable Care Act is doing great things, making sure that you can't be denied coverage with preexisting conditions, you can't discriminate against women, et cetera", he said.
"I registered the domain and pointed it at hillaryclinton.com on my own, without any contact with the campaign beforehand", he reportedly said. Clinton told the man "Hillary didn't vote for the crime bill", but noted "Senator Sanders" did, referring to Vermont Sen.
Early in the September 26 presidential debate, Hillary Clinton rolled out what seemed to be a rehearsed line about Donald Trump's economic plan, calling it "Trumped-up trickle down economics". "They'll all be covered, it will not hurt the program, we will not lose a lot of money".
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You see, his arguments go well beyond the obvious failings of the Affordable Care Act, he is attacking the health insurance model employed in the United States to fund health care for the vast majority of Americans.
Later, Clinton said he nearly wanted to apologize for the exchange, but instead hoped it would become a teachable moment.
Clinton later tried to walk back his comments and noted, correctly, that he had limited his criticism of the ACA as "crazy" to that one aspect of the bill.
But her aides are quick to point out that the former president was not attempting to condemn the entire Obamacare system, just the ways it has failed certain people.
"Answers work better than anger", Bill Clinton said. "We for the first time in our history at least are providing insurance to more than 90% of our people".
But it also asks whether he should have introduced issues that conservatives have seized on throughout the campaign that did not get major attention on September 26, such as "Hillary's failure in Benghazi as a disqualification for the presidency".