Donald Trump’s Closing Argument

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Ohio Moms Call Out Trump’s Attacks on the Affordable Care Act

Donald Trump’s closing argument to the American people is a demand that the U.S. Supreme Court overturn the Affordable Care Act, ripping health coverage away from tens of millions of Americans and ending protections for as many as 133 million Americans with pre-existing conditions.


Ahead of Vice President Mike Pence’s visit to Cincinnati on Wednesday, the Ohio Democratic Party hosted a virtual roundtable with Ohio moms and grandmas to discuss how their families would be negatively impacted by the loss of the Affordable Care Act.

Massillon Mayor Kathy Catazaro-Perry criticized Trump and Pence for not taking the coronavirus pandemic seriously, saying, “What Donald Trump says matters. We should be looking up to our president, and when he refuses to wear a mask or makes fun of those who do, people take that as a signal. When Mike Pence is at a rally and half of the people aren’t wearing masks or social distancing, people take that as a signal, and it puts our communities — all of our communities — at risk.”


“We are in the middle of a pandemic,” said Reynoldsburg Councilwoman Meredith Lawson-Rowe. “Taking away insurance from families — the least of us — is devastating, and it’s irresponsible. Just think, there are parents working two and three jobs, and they still cannot afford adequate health care. That is just unspeakable.”


When asked what she would tell people to persuade them to vote for Joe Biden, Lithopolis Councilwoman Amber Daniels said, “So if I was talking to a neighbor or a community member, I would say, ‘You know if you truly love my children, a way that you can prove that to us is that you can wear your mask, you can socially distance and you can protect the ACA. You can vote for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.'”



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