President Trump said Wednesday he won’t approve of any health care bill that gives subsidies to insurance companies — an apparent about-face on his statement a day before supporting a bipartisan effort in the Senate. “I won’t do anything to enrich the insurance companies because right now the insurance companies are being enriched. They’ve been...
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