“The first thing I want to do is make it easier for people to get health insurance, so people don’t have to wait.
The second thing is make sure we make sure that we give people health insurance.
I want them to have access to health insurance,” Trump said.
“The third thing is that we want to make sure people have access.”
Trump added that he doesn’t like to take credit for his policies, but he was able to make them happen through his own efforts.
“I don’t blame the voters, but the fact is, the voters did not want this, they didn’t want the president to be president of the United States, so I’m very proud of that,” Trump continued.
“We made a deal.
And it was very simple.”
Trump’s comments were at odds with some Republican lawmakers who argued that the ACA is already a success and that he’s not responsible for its success.
“He’s making statements like this.
You know, he’s saying things that were really hard to make happen and that it’s not his fault.
But it’s his fault because he’s responsible for it,” Rep. Mark Sanford, R-S.C., said.
Trump, for his part, said that he never planned to take responsibility for the ACA.
“If I had said that to you a month ago, I would have gotten a lot more money, because I’m a very successful businessman,” Trump told reporters.
“I’m the only one who knows the exact details.”
“I didn’t have any hand in it.
I didn’t know what the regulations were, and I didn’st have any input into it,” Trump added.
Trump did say that he has confidence in his ability to lead the country, and he said that if he can accomplish what he has done in the first 100 days, he believes he can get a second term.