After Trump condemned high drug costs, donations rolled in from healthcare firms

New filings with the Federal Election Commission show drugmakers, insurance companies and other health-related firms gave more than $2 million to President Donald Trump's inauguration, reports Kaiser Health News.

KHN notes the donations followed President Trump's pledges to rein in drug prices and repeal and replace the ACA.

Here is a breakdown of the donations, as reported by KHN.

Caremark — $25,000

Abbott Laboratories — $35,000

MetLife, Anthem and Aetna — $100,000 each

Managed Care of North America — $135,000

Centene — $250,000

Amgen — $500,000

Pfizer — $1 million


Read the full report here.



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