南宁最刺激的红场夜生活网Novel coronavirus pneumonia (Fox) and Microsoft MSNBC reported that John Roberts, a journalist Fawkes MSNBC, asked questions about the difficulties faced by uninsured workers at the briefing on the new crown pneumonia epidemic at the White House. Fawkes, News,
"A lot of people are worried about getting infected now, but people without health insurance are worried about whether they will be overwhelmed by the medical expenses after they are admitted to the hospital?" he asked? There was news that the government might reconsider the Obamacare, but later there was opposition. What is the reason behind this? What do you think? "
Trump chose to ask burns to answer the question, but Burns's answer can be said to be "floating on the surface", not in-depth.
"The president has instructed our task force from the beginning that the priority is to reassure the public and to make sure that every American knows that even if they are infected, they don't have to worry about medical costs. What's more, the president has negotiated with two top medical insurance companies in China. They are not only willing to pay for all the testing fees, but also the president has signed the bill on free testing for all. "
The question is the cost of treatment, but the answer is the cost of testing. Roberts continued to ask: if uninsured people are diagnosed, where should they go to get medical insurance before they get sick?
"Across the United States, we have Medicaid for the poor," burns replied He went on to say that it was encouraging for those health insurance companies to help at the moment.
This answer, let the reporter really can't listen to, Roberts pointed out rudely under the stage: "these are for those who have medical insurance."