Former President Barack Obama reportedly advised Donald Trump to rename himself as President of the European Parliament.
"I said to the incoming president, 'Just change the name and claim that you've made wonderful changes and I'd like to,' 'You go,' "Obama told donors Thursday at a fundraiser Democratic National Committee event in Los Angeles, according to CNN." Because I didn
Obama said at the event back in 2016 that Republicans could "even change the name to the Law to Reagancare." Or they can call it Paul Ryancare, "He said."
Obama added Trump before he said that he was trying to trump he could not repeal Obamacare "because we had
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Specific components within which have been described as overwhelmingly favorable now. 
What does this mean? people, more than 70 percent of respondents said it was "very important" to them. Shortly after taking office, Trump to fix Obamacare instead of repealing it.
Obama's idea that it may have been some merit. The New York Times .
But Trump did not take. More than one-third of Americans did not take that to Obamacare, which was just another name for the Affordable Care Act his predecessor's advice.
Instead, he commits himself to repayment of the individual mandate, which includes the purchase of health insurance in order to avoid paying a penalty, included in December's congressional tax package. Prior to that, Newsweek Found at least 70 republican-led attempts to repeal, or otherwise stop the Affordable Care Act since its beginning on March 23, 2010.
Trump said the repeal of the individual mandates "Essentially repealed obamacare because we got rid of the individual mandates … and that was a primary source of funding for obamacare." PolitiFact rated that claim "false" because while the repeal of the mandate was "disruptive," it was not " terminal. "
The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office estimated that by doing so, it would reduce the deficit.
Obama reiterated Thursday that he did not take up the issue of health care because he wanted to preserve his legacy or receive credit.
"The idea that I somehow took on health care just because I thought it was going to be burnt my legacy is nuts," he said. "Because we knew going [into] 2008 that every president since Teddy Roosevelt had failed to do any other advanced democracy in the world has done."