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MSNBC host Stephanie Ruhle became visibly irritated during a spat between her co-host, Ali Velshi, and 2020 presidential candidate John Delaney on “Velshi & Ruhle” Thursday.
The discussion became heated on the topic of universal health care when the former Maryland representative disagreed with Velshi that Vermont Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders’ Medicare for All plan is “an insurance system.”
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The two went back and forth in an attempt to label Sanders’ universal health care policy.
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Velshi argued that it is an insurance system because it is “a payment that reimburses something that’s charged. That’s not how single-payer system works. That’s not how the U.K. works or how the Canadian system works.”
Delaney disagreed, saying, “Medicare for all is a single-payer. Do you know what Medicare advantage is? … It is a program that is over and above the basic costs of Medicare that most people get because Medicare doesn’t pay the full costs. … It’s not more expensive.”
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Ruhle looked straight into the camera multiple times and eventually put a hand on her colleague’s arm and said, “Come on. Come on,” in an effort to move the conversation along.
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