Philip Klein

Washington Examiner

Guest/Host

Philip Klein is managing editor of the Washington Examiner. He is the author of Conservative Survival in the Romney Era and Overcoming Obamacare: Three Approaches to Reversing the Government Takeover of Health Care.

Klein is a former Washington correspondent for the American Spectator.

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Insurance company subsidies are key to the Affordable Care Act. After President Trump cut them last week, he called Obamacare "virtually dead."

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Public support for Obamacare now stands at 55 percent compared to 17 percent for the replacement bill passed by Republicans in the House.

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