The health care legislation proposed by the congressional Republicans is fully embraced by President Donald Trump. But Trump’s top advisor Kellyanne Conway don’t want to name this legislation labelled as “Trumpcare”.

Kellyanne was seen with host Bill Hemmer on Fox News Channel where he asked Kellyanne if this healthcare legislation could be referred as “Trumpcare” like it was referred as “Obamacare” by the fellow republicans to Barrack Obama’s proposition.

On answer to that question Kellyanne replied that his name didn’t belong to the bill.

“It’s the American Health Care Act, and I think it’s aptly named that for this reason,” she explained. “It wants to cover, it wants everyone to have access to coverage, and that is something that didn’t happen under Obamacare… I’ll call it Trumpcare if you want to, but I didn’t hear President Trump say to any of us, ‘I want my name on that.’ It’s not about branding according to someone’s name. This is serious business.”

Conway, mother of four also told that Obamacare didn’t allowed health access to huge population because of the deductibles and co-payments they have slamming Obamacare supporting democrats.

Industry groups and analysts conclusion shows that this new legislation proposed would be throwing millions off their current insurance plan and the costs are also going to get raised.

Let’s see when this Trumpcare would come into effect.

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