President-elect Donald Trump said he's almost done with a plan to replace Obamacare that will mean 'insurance for everybody' in a weekend interview with The Washington Post.
Trump would only give The Post few details about his Affordable Care Act replacement plan -- he mentioned lower numbers and deductibles. Trump said he's still waiting for his secretary of health and human services nominee, Congressman Tom Price, to be confirmed. In the interview, Trump said he won't let Congress slow down the process.
The Post reports Trump also says pharmaceutical companies will no longer be 'politically covered' when it comes to high drug prices.