When you’re only trying to save health care for 30 million people, you’ve got to be a little persistent.
The man you’d least expect to be on the front foot for saving health care in America, Jimmy Kimmel, is far from resting in his battle to ensure the Graham-Cassidy bill doesn’t cut funding to the most vulnerable.
Entering into round three of the debate on Thursday night, Kimmel took aim at President Donald Trump, who recently got involved in the debate on Twitter (where else).
For Kimmel, Trump’s support for the bill is more about politics than it is about a bill that’s, you know, actually good. Read more…