Trump wants to replace Obamacare... but the details are scant
Joe Scarborough: "What do you replace [Obamacare] with?"
Trump: "Health-care savings plans, one way. We have to get rid of the lines between states."
Scarborough: "Are you going to guarantee all Americans health care?... You have constantly said, even in New Hampshire -- the 'Live Free or Die' state -- that every American should get health care. Is that your position?"
Trump: "Let me tell you, that's not what I said… Here's what I said. We're going to have great plans. They're going to be much less expensive and they're going to be much better because the Obama plan is unaffordable and it's a disaster… But there will be a group of people that is not doing well, that has no money."
"We cannot let them die in the streets. And we'll work out either through Medicare, which we'll save or something… And I say to the Republicans all the time. And by the way I get standing ovations from Republicans, from Republican groups. I got one yesterday. I said we can't let people die in the streets… We're going to take care of them. We're going to take care of them. We have to take care of them. Now, that's not single payer. That's not anything. That's just human decency. And I'll tell you what. Every single time I say that, I say to people in the audience -- I say, 'So what do you think?' They all stand up and give me a standing ovation, OK?" -- MSNBC town hall with Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski, Feb 17th, 2016