Howard Schultz says he believes something is wrong with the American healthcare system.
It's "a crisis at many levels," he said on Tuesday.
It supports Obamacare, but it seems to be "settled."
But he asked, in particular, that Schultz did not have enough details in his answers again.
"I think everyone in America, everyone, deserves to have the right to affordable care. Everyone," he declared – the first of his "three principles" on the issue.
Second: "There must be competition in the system and what it means competition is so that American people can find prescription drugs at lower prices," Schultz said, " because the government, under federal law, is not allowed to negotiate with (pharmaceutical companies) now. "
The third principle racing on teachings that had knowledge of President Donald's own statements Trump before: a potential plan for the rules governing how and when insurance companies sell their plans.
When Harlow pressed him for details in a way that would try to solve these problems ̵
Most, however, he took the opportunity again to rail the two parties : Republicans, he said, offer There is no alternative to Obamacare. The Progressive Democrats who have been trying to "set up a medicare for all," who Schultz asked, was not able to accurately assess the potential potential.
"It would interfere with the total system and would cost 32 trillion dollars," he said. The price tag is right, but its argument did not include the money that Americans would have, under the plan, unless there would be costs such as coping and eliminating deductions.