Donald Trump told conservative talk show host Mike Gallagher he was disappointed in Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts for not killing Obamacare not once, but twice.
"Who would've thought that could've happened? He could've killed it twice and he didn't," Trump told Gallagher, according to CNN
. "That was terrible. And that (Roberts) was a Bush appointment. I mean that was — that was so bad, that was so bad, what happened."
Roberts wrote the majority opinion in July 2015 when the Supreme Court saved Obamacare by a 6-3 margin, and the Chief Justice cast the deciding vote in 2012 to save the Affordable Care Act.
Trump also railed against the Supreme Court's ruling that the Texas abortion restrictions were unconstitutional. Trump told Gallagher that his Supreme Court appointments would always rule against abortion rights, CNN reported.
"You wouldn't even have to bother going to court," CNN quoted Trump.
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