Trump on Obamacare: SCOTUS Should Throw It Out

Wednesday, 23 May 2012 07:35 PM

By Jim Meyers and John LeBoutillier

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Donald Trump discounts speculation that a Supreme Court decision striking down Obamacare would ultimately help the Obama campaign.

“Obama is a disaster and Obamacare is almost as big a disaster, and there is a theory that if they throw it out — and based on everything you’re hearing it should be thrown out — all of a sudden it will have a huge impact, the country will really get a big boost and he’ll get re-elected,” he tells Newsmax. “I can’t imagine that. He spent every bit of his political capital getting that disaster passed.

“I was just with a group of people who own hospitals and they say Obamacare is putting them out of business. I know so many people that have companies where they are going to close them up as soon as it really starts kicking in, which is in ’14.

“If [the Supreme Court justices] do throw it out they will have done this country a tremendous, tremendous service.”

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