Two weeks after the latest GOP effort to repeal and replace Obamacare failed, President Donald Trump will sign an executive order to promote health care choice and competition.
The White House says Trump will sign the order at 11:15 Thursday morning in the Roosevelt Room at the White House.
Trump teased that he would sign a “very major” executive order on health care back on Sept. 27. During an impromptu news conference, Trump told reporters he was looking to meet with Democrats and “see if I can get a health plan that is even better.”
A portion of the executive order is expected to allow people to purchase insurance across state lines.