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Sarah Owermohle
Trump's claim tonight that health insurers "have agreed to waive all copayments for coronavirus treatments" seems to be news to them. “For testing. Not for treatment.” a spokesperson for the major insurance lobby AHIP says.
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Amy Siskind 🏳️‍🌈 Mar 11
Replying to @owermohle @lpolgreen
How do you tell Trump is lying? His lips are moving...
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👁👄👁 Mar 11
I feel like the bigger story should be that insurance companies aren't willing to waive treatment fees
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Pé Mar 11
Replying to @owermohle
Shit. Show.
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Pé Mar 11
Replying to @owermohle
Was ANYthing he said during his speech the truth?
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Bex☮️ Mar 11
Replying to @owermohle
11 minutes. We got this GROSS insurance mislead, a fuzzy Europe tho not UK travel ban?, and NO concrete info on testing or how to mitigate the pandemic that’s already here. So helpful.
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Mehry 🌹 Mar 11
I think we are supposed to wash our hands and not touch our faces. Pretty sure that’s the US government’s full-proof pandemic response.
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SusanStaysHome Mar 11
Replying to @owermohle
Also - that doesn't really help people who don't have health insurance.
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Caroline #Resist Mar 11
That or the coinsurance payments if you do.
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Bob Sampson Mar 11
Everyone knew Trump giving an Oval Office speech would be a disaster and Trump still made it worse than expected.
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Bob Dobbs Mar 11
He might be the single worst person for this job.
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