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Low-polling Democratic presidential candidate John Delaney challenged Independent Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders’s Medicare for all plan during the second round of Democratic debates in Detroit on Tuesday.
Moderator Jake Tapper of CNN asked Sanders to rebut former Maryland Rep. Delaney’s characterization of Medicare for all as bad policy.
“You’re wrong. Right now we have a dysfunctional health care system. Eighty-seven million uninsured or underinsured, 500,000 Americans every year going bankrupt because of medical bills, 30,000 people dying while the health care industry makes tens of billions of dollars in profit. Five minutes away from here, John, is a country called Canada. They guarantee health care to every man, woman and child as a human right. They spend half of what we spend and, by the way, when you end up in a hospital in Canada, you come out with no bill at all,” Sanders said.
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“I’m right about this,” Delaney responded. “We can create a universal health care system to give everyone basic health care for free, and I have a proposal to do it, but we don’t have to go around and be the party of subtraction and telling half the country with private health...
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