New Save My Care TV Ad: Trump’s CPAC Gloat Confirms Sabotage

TV Spot Urges Republicans to Stand Up Against War on Health Care

Washington, D.C. – In a new ad, Save My Care highlights Friday’s gloat from President Trump about his Administration’s health care sabotage and calls for an end to the Republican war on health care. The ad airs starting Tuesday on Washington, D.C. and national cable television.

“As Republican Members of Congress return to the Capitol, they will be greeted with a reminder of President Trump’s outrageous comments at CPAC, where he boasted about his ongoing sabotage campaign to ‘wipe out’ the Affordable Care Act,” said Save My Care Campaign Chairman Leslie Dach.

“In the coming months, millions of American families will face double-digit premium spikes or be forced to go without coverage due to the Trump Administration’s war on our health care. Republicans must choose whether to keep supporting Trump’s sabotage or stand up for their constituents and start working to save our care.”

 

Ad Script

TEXT: Republicans on the ballot in 2018 will try to pretend they didn’t vote to repeal health care – or sabotage health care for millions of Americans.

President Trump just admitted that’s exactly what they’re trying to do.

TRUMP: It’s piece by piece by piece, Obamacare is just being wiped out.

TEXT: Enough is enough. End the Republican war on health care.