President Trump gave a eulogy on Thursday for the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. "Obamacare is collapsing. It's dead. It's gone," Trump said in a news conference with Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos. "There's nothing to compare it to because we don't have health care in this country," he went on. That left some Obamacare customers scratching their heads — figuratively — on Twitter. Doktor Zoom, for example, wondered why he's still paying a premium. In fact, we do have health care in this country — quite a lot of it. The U.S. spent about $3.2 trillion on health care in 2015, or nearly $10,000 per person. It accounts for 17.8 percent of GDP. But the president wasn't talking about health care per se. He was talking about Obamacare,...
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Fact Check: 'We Don't Have Health Care In This Country,' Trump Says