Obamacare kept reducing number of Americans without health insurance during Trump’s first months in

August 29, 2017, CNBC, Dan Mangan- The nation’s rate of people without health insurance was at historically low levels during President Donald Trump’s first several months in office, at the same time he was pushing hard for the elimination of Obamacare, new federal data show.The data, from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, is sure to be used as a measuring stick for how Trump administration policies affect the nation’s uninsured rate, which has plummeted since the rollout of the Affordable Care Act.In the first three months of 2017, just 8.8 percent of Americans - or 28.1 million people - lacked health insurance, the CDC said.

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