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Apparently Trump likes global health care … in Australia. Ana Kasparian, Ben Mankiewicz as well as Jimmy Dore, the hosts of The Young Turks, go over Trump's meeting with Australia's prime minister Malcolm Turnbull. Inform us just what you believe in the comment section listed below.

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" Donald Trump looked for on Friday to clarify as well as tidy up after his remarks commending Australia's global healthcare system as superior to The U.S.A.'s. He did so by blaming Barack Obama's signature legislation.

The head of state activated astonishment and glee by drawing the contrast in Australia's favour throughout a conference with head of state Malcolm Turnbull, hours after your home directly passed an expense to rescind components of Obamacare.

On Friday, Trump stayed with his guns– with an information. "Naturally the Australians have far better healthcare than we do– everyone does," he created on Twitter. "Obamacare is dead! However our medical care will certainly quickly be wonderful." *.

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  1. Posted by spooder man the cuck slayer, at Reply

    Cinco de mayo, the day beaners screwed the french over for money they owed

    • Posted by Raimundo1941, at Reply

      It was? Really?

      Are you sure?

      Who told you that?

    • Posted by quaxk, at Reply

      yeah I think they put mayonnaise on $5 bills down there

    • Posted by spooder man the cuck slayer, at Reply

      I read it on wikipedia years ago

    • Posted by Raimundo1941, at Reply

      Oh, ok… Figures…
      Hehe, no wonder why you’d think that, then.

    • Posted by Don The Con, at Reply

      That’s what happens when you rely on Breitbart as a source for your education.

  2. Posted by Jamie Cox, at Reply

    Trump knows more about Ivankas private parts than he does about this horrible healthcare bill known as trumpcare! 😁😂

    • Posted by quaxk, at Reply

      *muh dik!*

  3. Posted by Alex da Vinci, at Reply

    The new health care bill is going to screwed D T’s main base, the elderly and the poor. No wonder DT told his minions they would get ‘sick of winning’.

    • Posted by Dumdumdumdum Dum, at Reply

      zing

  4. Posted by ally dawes, at Reply

    Can someone explain to me why so many Americans are against universal healthcare when it works so well in so many developed countries already? It particularly baffles my mind when low-middle class republicans are against it. Why?

    • Posted by Andrew Stewart, at Reply

      Military expenditure is OTT. TYT did a segment on it.

    • Posted by Blob Loblaw, at Reply

      It’s because many, many Americans are completely ignorant of the world outside of the USA, and they’ve been led to believe providing health care to citizens will turn them into communist Russia.

    • Posted by l156a21, at Reply

      Amen to that

  5. Posted by Should've picked Hillary, at Reply

    It’s actually HILARIOUS! Hey Republicans, if you want universal healthcare, democrats will gladly vote with you…

    • Posted by Blair Schirmerx, at Reply

      8:40 — Ben is so damned stupid in too many areas. This isn’t “policy.” This is MONEY. They’re not doing this because it fits with a philosophy beyond ‘cutting health care for millions will return hundreds of billions of dollars to their donors.’ This has nothing to do with policy or markets or government. They might pretend policy and limited government is the reason, but as Jimmy points out at the finish, that’s not remotely the case. It’s money and self-interest, and nothing else.

    • Posted by Diva Artist, at Reply

      Come on Hillary why even try — Americans don’t want stinky healthcare dishes served by elite school graduates like you or Warren who sleep around with dirty Wall Street types! They want 100% organic 100% vegan coconut medicine served by warm fuzzy soldier nanny Tulsi! They need to FEEL safe again! 🙂

    • Posted by kestrel archer, at Reply

      actually no, Corporate democrat like Diane Feinstein actively rejected Universal healthcare and that include the politician in your profile picture who more or less says that Universal healthcare is an impossible target to achieve

    • Posted by Blair Schirmerx, at Reply

      +Kestrel archer Yep. Sad to say.

  6. Posted by Lord Luke Lightbringer, at Reply

    Donald Trump didn’t know his name that’s why he called him “Our great gentlemen”

    • Posted by Chris Ziersch, at Reply

      Lord Luke Lightbringer my immediate thought too! Didn’t know his name or title.

    • Posted by PC BEAST Nvidia, at Reply

      Lord Luke Lightbringer he doesn’t have to know that retards name

    • Posted by Jim is the man, at Reply

      You noticed that, eh? It’s not the first time he’s done that.

    • Posted by zac langdon, at Reply

      That’s funny- he mentions him, Malcolm Turnbull, and his wife, Lucy Turnbull, by name during a speech he gave later at the dinner commemorating the 75th anniversary of the Battle of the Coral Sea. Get your facts right, don’t make assumptions just because it’s Donald trump that you’re talking about.

    • Posted by Chris Ziersch, at Reply

      zac langdon That speech would have been written by someone else. If he remembered his name why would he refer to him so awkwardly on this occasion?

  7. Posted by Misael Cifuentes, at Reply

    That is like trump admitting his wife is only with him because of citizenship and money. We already knew that.

    • Posted by Melanoma Trump, at Reply

      I will be wheeled out to desperately pretend to be a ‘woman of the people’ again, don’t worry Mister.

  8. Posted by Karen Stoute, at Reply

    It is amazing what a moron our president is. Jesus. The world is laughing at us

    • Posted by PC BEAST Nvidia, at Reply

      Karen Stoute he said it’s better than what we have (obama care ) basically anything better than obozo care

    • Posted by John Bliss, at Reply

      No care is better? Tax breaks averaging in the hundred thousands for the wealthy at the same time is better? GOP health care: Don’t get sick

  9. Posted by Shirokuro Max, at Reply

    my mother got diabetes, i only pay 8000 mexican pesos a year and we both get covered for anything, including surgeries because it is funded by the goverment. so the usa is first world? lol, you elected that clown, i can’t believe it. 8000 pesos is like 400 dollars by the way.

    • Posted by Jack D, at Reply

      Shirokuro Max.. seguro popular?

    • Posted by Shirokuro Max, at Reply

      IMSS

    • Posted by Jonathan Hidalgo, at Reply

      Shirokuro Max damnnnnn lol

    • Posted by Shirokuro Max, at Reply

      Jonathan Hidalgo yep

    • Posted by Enrique Godinez, at Reply

      Shirokuro Max
      Lol I’m from Mexico too and please stop trying to make healthcare in Mexico as if it was the best thing ever because It isn’t.

  10. Posted by Jack D, at Reply

    …Even México has better health care than we do

    • Posted by Seth the Wicked, at Reply

      They have better Mexican food and hotter latinas as well.

  11. Posted by MzFoRi3, at Reply

    It seems everyone has better healthcare than the US.

    • Posted by JRLM, at Reply

      MzFoRi3 America is going through an identity crisis right now.

    • Posted by DraconicEpic, at Reply

      Correction: America is going nuts because our federal government is ran mostly by highly educated children. Many of them just take lobbyist money and produces legislation based on their masters’ interests without thought of the aftermath. Then, when they don’t their way, they either hid in a corner sucking their thumb (Democrats) or cry like a child (Republicans). Mean while, the election system is shot due to gerrymandering and policy so we can’t do anything about it other than hope the state government can make up for the federal government’s incompetence.

      To all those outside of the United States: please do not let your governments become a shitty sports league where people care more about brands and party allegiance than policy, facts, and results. I get so aggravated when people vote for a candidate solely because they’re the same party and ignore all of their policies and character flaws. I personally don’t care what party wins elections in my country as long as they are trying genuinely to improve the nation and are willing to properly debate the opposing side to figure out the best path.

      As a side note, I know many people out there aren’t like this at all; however, there are also many who do act like this and it aggravates me. I blame it on the hopeless American Education system that prefers the memorization of useless dates to talking about actually useful stuff. Question: how has knowing the date for the First Battle of Bull Run (U.S. Civil War) helped your life? It hasn’t? No big surprise there! How would knowing the socioeconomic factors of the U.S. Civil help you? You don’t know because you didn’t learn them? Makes sense because it can’t be made into a multiple choice question! **facedesk**

  12. Posted by Øystein A., at Reply

    Every western nation has better healthcare than the US do…

    • Posted by jack jones, at Reply

      There are countries in the Middle East, South America, Africa and Asia with better healthcare than USA, and that’s under the A.C.A under “Trumpcare” American Health Care Act it will get massively worse.

    • Posted by Optimus Fine, at Reply

      Øystein A. Ya, the US is a third world country in many aspects, healthcare is one of them. I love (most) Americans, some very friendly and well-meaning people down there, but I would never live there. When citizens die in the wealthiest nataion ever to have existed in the history of mankind, then I’d consider you a morally defective nation brought on by a morally defective government

  13. Posted by cne08, at Reply

    I’m glad I live in Canada where I don’t have to pay for a doctor visit or prescription drugs.

    • Posted by stockmann9914, at Reply

      If you have a half decent job, you have medical benefits. Includes dental, drugs, massage , short and long term medical leave. Im with the teamsters so a lot is covered. A lot of kids are covered under their parents plan. My daughter is 22 and is covered under my and ex wifes plans.

    • Posted by Miss Independent, at Reply

      stockmann9914 I’m talking about ultrasounds unrelated to pregnancies.

    • Posted by Justin Mielke, at Reply

      What about surgery that are not necessary like a nose job

    • Posted by stockmann9914, at Reply

      My dad just had one in less than a hr, hes currently very ill. he was in emergency at the time. If your doctor requests a ultrasound, you get a ultrasound.

    • Posted by gail lance, at Reply

      I am Canadian and have NEVER waited 10 months for an ultrasound- longest I have waited is 2 weeks!

  14. Posted by CerBoris, at Reply

    Trump doesn’t even know the Australian PM name. It’s Malcolm Turnbull by the way Mr Trump you pathetic fool. It’s elective procedures that are not covered by Medicare. Also you can buy Private Health Insurance and that reduces your taxes that you pay in regards to Medicare and gives you access to Private Hospitals. Even if you have Private Insurance you can still use the free healthcare system, hospitals etc but some services are only free or cheaper for the poor, old or servicemen. If you are on Gov welfare you get a healthcare card which gives you cheap med, free ambulance etc.

    • Posted by Blair Schirmerx, at Reply

      It’s also worth noting that private insurers are forbidden from competing with the services government provides, in order not to drive up prices. There’s plenty of room for private insurance at the high end.

  15. Posted by Παναγιώτης Δαματοπουλος, at Reply

    All we ever talk about down under is how never ever to become like America.

    • Posted by Don, at Reply

      You and the rest of the civilized world.

    • Posted by Salty Lemon, at Reply

      Yet everyone copies our culture, funny.

    • Posted by G Rodriguez, at Reply

      Yeh except when Pauline Wanker-H starts telling parents about an imaginary test to vaccine your kids & then backpedals when caught out spreading FAKE NEWS lol

  16. Posted by RandomRobin, at Reply

    He’s just saying that to butter Australia up so he can set up his own chain of hotels there.

    • Posted by StephBer1, at Reply

      RandomRobin, when the money hungry mother of a Little Miss pageant queen came to Australia flaunting her toddler in tiara and trying to get us to start up the practice in Oz we ran her out of the country. The big orange toddler in tiara is so despised in Australia we’ll do the same to him.

  17. Posted by wesley ogilvie, at Reply

    Then why doesn’t he fight for single payer healthcare if he likes it?

    • Posted by Krystal Potter, at Reply

      wesley ogilvie because he is a corporatist and must do what his corporate masters tell him to do. This includes the insurance companies.

  18. Posted by Aristotelezz, at Reply

    I’m Dutch and we are insured from birth till dead. Probably in all western countries, except the USA, it’s like that. It beats me why the Americans have such a lousy system. Even the communist world does much better.

    • Posted by daddyleon, at Reply

      I thought you still had to buy basic insurance in The Netherlands anyway…

    • Posted by Aristotelezz, at Reply

      Yes that’s true. Don’t ask me the specifics, for me it’s all a formality. A certain part of your salary goes to the health insurance. True, as time goes by it becomes more expansive. Since about a ten years we have a own-risk of 380 Euro a year. Doctor-visits are excluded from that and are 100% free, except maybe, I don’t know, for people with higher salaries. But in the end of the day we’re all have an insurance, people with pre existing conditions included.

      I won’t say it’s perfect but IMO compared to what the Americans have much better. At least everybody is insured and also certain people don’t have to pay absurd lots of money

    • Posted by Abram Carroll, at Reply

      So you only need to pay $417.91 US Dollar a year?

    • Posted by Aristotelezz, at Reply

      I pay about a 100 Euro (which is about the same in dollars) a month. Other people might pay more or less depending on the company they are insured by and on their income. I’m covered on all medical expenses including dentist.

      I’m not really into this subject but here’s more and better information than I have:
      http://www.iamexpat.nl/expat-page/official-issues/insurances/health-insurances/dutch-health-insurance