Trump says 'great health plans' to come in a few weeks

President Donald Trump told attendees at a May 10 rally in Elkhart, Ind., that his administration will soon release "great health plans," according to Bloomberg.

President Trump said the health plans will come out over the next four weeks. His administration attempted unsuccessfully to push ACA repeal packages in 2017, and Trump called the ACA a "failed experiment" at the rally, according to Bloomberg.

President Trump has previously signed executive orders easing regulations on association health plans and extending short-term health plans. At the Elkhart rally, he did not specify what the new plans would be.

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