By: Renee Nal | New Zeal
Donald J. Trump believes in a public/private partnership regarding healthcare: Private for the people who can afford it and public for those that cannot. But aside from that, pinning down a specific proposal on Trump’s healthcare policy is difficult.
In his 2015 book, “Crippled America,” Trump acknowledges his previous support for a single-payer system, but vaguely says “…the world has changed; I’ve changed. I don’t think a single-payer system makes sense anymore. If I did, I would say it.” He continues to say, however, that the single payer system “works incredibly well” in Scotland, doubling down on a statement he made in January of last year on Letterman (see below).