Sanders: Four Trillion Per Year For Medicare For All

Hot Air | 7/17/2019 | Staff
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Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) said on Tuesday that he estimates his Medicare for All plan would cost up to $40 trillion over 10 years.

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“Somewhere between $30 and $40 trillion over a 10 year period,” Sanders said, contrasting his plan with former vice president Joe Biden, “What the most serious economists tell us, that if we do nothing to fundamentally change the healthcare system, which is what Joe was talking about, keeping it as it is, we’ll be spending something like $50 trillion over a 10 year period.”

Sanders has previously said he would raise taxes, including for the middle class, that people would be happy to pay more taxes under his healthcare plan, and that “there will be pain” in a transition to a single-payer system.

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Here’s the video of that portion of the interview. The guy is amazingly matter of fact about his numbers.

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