amsterdam - The new US president Donald Trump will surely not the life work of Obama to the ground to break down, as he had made repeatedly during the election campaign.
In an interview with the Wall Street Journal Trump announced 'some parts' of wanting to preserve the so-called Obamacare, including the possibility that older children can participate in the health insurance of their parents and that health insurers no care may refuse to health problems stemming of the conclusion of the insurance.
Trump said that Obama had done him suggestions during their meeting at the White House and 'out of respect for him, I'll do that,' said Trump.
Twenty million Americans are now insured through Obamacare. Abolition would give them an average of $ 1,200 per year.