Jimmy Kimmel Tries to Trick Trump Supporters to Sign Up for Obamacare

During Tuesday’s show, Kimmel encouraged viewers to get health insurance under “Trumpcare,” a disguise for Obama’s Affordable Care Act.

In honor of the anniversary of Trump’s election day, Jimmy Kimmel took a moment during his show’s monologue Tuesday night to “highlight the positive” in Trump’s presidency, in particular his new health plan dubbed as "TrumpCare."

“A lot of people say Trump hasn’t accomplished anything. That’s unfair. Because since this time last year, he’s played golf more than 70 times and that’s a record,” Kimmel joked.  

The late-night host then transitioned the discussion to health care, something Kimmel has been outspoken about due to his son’s heart condition. “I’ve spoken a lot about health care on this show, and I’ve been critical of what President Trump and half of Congress has been trying to do,” Kimmel said before explaining how "TrumpCare" has many positive attributes.

“To the president, I say good for you for putting this out there. We do a lot of criticizing. We should also highlight the positive. Even if you don’t support President Trump, keep an open mind,” Kimmel said before introducing the mock-advertisement.

In the mock-advertisement for “Trump Care,” the health plan is described as, “Great health care for your family that won’t break the bank.” The mock-commercial then outlines the benefits as “coverage for pre-existing conditions,” “no lifetime caps” and the ability to keep kids on the plan until age 26.  

Attempting to steer Trump supporters to sign up for the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare), Kimmel encouraged viewers to sign up on healthcare.gov.

In honor of the anniversary of Trump’s election day, Jimmy Kimmel took a moment during his show’s monologue Tuesday night to “highlight the positive” in Trump’s presidency, in particular his “new health care.”

“A lot of people say Trump hasn’t accomplished anything. That’s unfair. Because since this time last year, he’s played golf more than 70 times and that’s a record,” Kimmel joked.  

The late-night host then transitioned the discussion to healthcare, something Kimmel has been an avid speaker on due to his son’s congenital heart defects. “I’ve spoken a lot about healthcare on this show and I’ve been critical of what President Trump and half of Congress has been trying to do,” Kimmel said before explaining the new health care plan that reaps positive benefits.

“To the president, I say good for you for putting this out there. We do a lot of criticizing. We should also highlight the positive. Even if you don’t support President Trump, keep an open mind,” Kimmel said before introducing the mock-advertisement.

The late-night host then showed an advertisement for “Trump Care,” which is described as “Great Health care for you family that won’t break the bank.” The mock-commercial outlines the benefits as “coverage for pre-existing conditions,” “no lifetime caps,” and the ability to keep kids on the plan until age 26.  

Attempting to steer Trump supporters to signing up for the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare), Kimmel encouraged viewers to sign up on healthcare.gov.

 

 

 

In honor of the anniversary of Trump’s election day, Jimmy Kimmel took a moment during his show’s monologue Tuesday night to “highlight the positive” in Trump’s presidency, in particular his new health 

“A lot of people say Trump hasn’t accomplished anything. That’s unfair. Because since this time last year, he’s played golf more than 70 times and that’s a record,” Kimmel joked.  

The late-night host then transitioned the discussion to healthcare, something Kimmel has been an avid speaker on due to his son’s congenital heart defects. “I’ve spoken a lot about healthcare on this show and I’ve been critical of what President Trump and half of Congress has been trying to do,” Kimmel said before explaining the new health care plan that reaps positive benefits.

“To the president, I say good for you for putting this out there. We do a lot of criticizing. We should also highlight the positive. Even if you don’t support President Trump, keep an open mind,” Kimmel said before introducing the mock-advertisement.

The late-night host then showed an advertisement for “Trump Care,” which is described as “Great Health care for you family that won’t break the bank.” The mock-commercial outlines the benefits as “coverage for pre-existing conditions,” “no lifetime caps,” and the ability to keep kids on the plan until age 26.  

Attempting to steer Trump supporters to signing up for the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare), Kimmel encouraged viewers to sign up on healthcare.gov.

 

 

 

In honor of the anniversary of Trump’s election day, Jimmy Kimmel took a moment during his show’s monologue Tuesday night to “highlight the positive” in Trump’s presidency, in particular his “new health care.”

“A lot of people say Trump hasn’t accomplished anything. That’s unfair. Because since this time last year, he’s played golf more than 70 times and that’s a record,” Kimmel joked.  

The late-night host then transitioned the discussion to healthcare, something Kimmel has been an avid speaker on due to his son’s congenital heart defects. “I’ve spoken a lot about healthcare on this show and I’ve been critical of what President Trump and half of Congress has been trying to do,” Kimmel said before explaining the new health care plan that reaps positive benefits.

“To the president, I say good for you for putting this out there. We do a lot of criticizing. We should also highlight the positive. Even if you don’t support President Trump, keep an open mind,” Kimmel said before introducing the mock-advertisement.

The late-night host then showed an advertisement for “Trump Care,” which is described as “Great Health care for you family that won’t break the bank.” The mock-commercial outlines the benefits as “coverage for pre-existing conditions,” “no lifetime caps,” and the ability to keep kids on the plan until age 26.  

Attempting to steer Trump supporters to signing up for the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare), Kimmel encouraged viewers to sign up on healthcare.gov.

 

 

 

In honor of the anniversary of Trump’s election day, Jimmy Kimmel took a moment during his show’s monologue Tuesday night to “highlight the positive” in Trump’s presidency, in particular his new health plan u

“A lot of people say Trump hasn’t accomplished anything. That’s unfair. Because since this time last year, he’s played golf more than 70 times and that’s a record,” Kimmel joked.  

The late-night host then transitioned the discussion to healthcare, something Kimmel has been an avid speaker on due to his son’s congenital heart defects. “I’ve spoken a lot about healthcare on this show and I’ve been critical of what President Trump and half of Congress has been trying to do,” Kimmel said before explaining the new health care plan that reaps positive benefits.

“To the president, I say good for you for putting this out there. We do a lot of criticizing. We should also highlight the positive. Even if you don’t support President Trump, keep an open mind,” Kimmel said before introducing the mock-advertisement.

The late-night host then showed an advertisement for “Trump Care,” which is described as “Great Health care for you family that won’t break the bank.” The mock-commercial outlines the benefits as “coverage for pre-existing conditions,” “no lifetime caps,” and the ability to keep kids on the plan until age 26.  

Attempting to steer Trump supporters to signing up for the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare), Kimmel encouraged viewers to sign up on healthcare.gov.

 

 

 

In honor of the anniversary of Trump’s election day, Jimmy Kimmel took a moment during his show’s monologue Tuesday night to “highlight the positive” in Trump’s presidency, in particular his “new health care.”

“A lot of people say Trump hasn’t accomplished anything. That’s unfair. Because since this time last year, he’s played golf more than 70 times and that’s a record,” Kimmel joked.  

The late-night host then transitioned the discussion to healthcare, something Kimmel has been an avid speaker on due to his son’s congenital heart defects. “I’ve spoken a lot about healthcare on this show and I’ve been critical of what President Trump and half of Congress has been trying to do,” Kimmel said before explaining the new health care plan that reaps positive benefits.

“To the president, I say good for you for putting this out there. We do a lot of criticizing. We should also highlight the positive. Even if you don’t support President Trump, keep an open mind,” Kimmel said before introducing the mock-advertisement.

The late-night host then showed an advertisement for “Trump Care,” which is described as “Great Health care for you family that won’t break the bank.” The mock-commercial outlines the benefits as “coverage for pre-existing conditions,” “no lifetime caps,” and the ability to keep kids on the plan until age 26.  

Attempting to steer Trump supporters to signing up for the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare), Kimmel encouraged viewers to sign up on healthcare.gov.

 

 

 

In honor of the anniversary of Trump’s election day, Jimmy Kimmel took a moment during his show’s monologue Tuesday night to “highlight the positive” in Trump’s presidency, in particular his new health 

“A lot of people say Trump hasn’t accomplished anything. That’s unfair. Because since this time last year, he’s played golf more than 70 times and that’s a record,” Kimmel joked.  

The late-night host then transitioned the discussion to healthcare, something Kimmel has been an avid speaker on due to his son’s congenital heart defects. “I’ve spoken a lot about healthcare on this show and I’ve been critical of what President Trump and half of Congress has been trying to do,” Kimmel said before explaining the new health care plan that reaps positive benefits.

“To the president, I say good for you for putting this out there. We do a lot of criticizing. We should also highlight the positive. Even if you don’t support President Trump, keep an open mind,” Kimmel said before introducing the mock-advertisement.

The late-night host then showed an advertisement for “Trump Care,” which is described as “Great Health care for you family that won’t break the bank.” The mock-commercial outlines the benefits as “coverage for pre-existing conditions,” “no lifetime caps,” and the ability to keep kids on the plan until age 26.  

Attempting to steer Trump supporters to signing up for the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare), Kimmel encouraged viewers to sign up on healthcare.gov.

 

 

 

In honor of the anniversary of Trump’s election day, Jimmy Kimmel took a moment during his show’s monologue Tuesday night to “highlight the positive” in Trump’s presidency, in particular his “new health care.”

“A lot of people say Trump hasn’t accomplished anything. That’s unfair. Because since this time last year, he’s played golf more than 70 times and that’s a record,” Kimmel joked.  

The late-night host then transitioned the discussion to healthcare, something Kimmel has been an avid speaker on due to his son’s congenital heart defects. “I’ve spoken a lot about healthcare on this show and I’ve been critical of what President Trump and half of Congress has been trying to do,” Kimmel said before explaining the new health care plan that reaps positive benefits.

“To the president, I say good for you for putting this out there. We do a lot of criticizing. We should also highlight the positive. Even if you don’t support President Trump, keep an open mind,” Kimmel said before introducing the mock-advertisement.

The late-night host then showed an advertisement for “Trump Care,” which is described as “Great Health care for you family that won’t break the bank.” The mock-commercial outlines the benefits as “coverage for pre-existing conditions,” “no lifetime caps,” and the ability to keep kids on the plan until age 26.  

Attempting to steer Trump supporters to signing up for the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare), Kimmel encouraged viewers to sign up on healthcare.gov.

 

 

 

In honor of the anniversary of Trump’s election day, Jimmy Kimmel took a moment during his show’s monologue Tuesday night to “highlight the positive” in Trump’s presidency, in particular his new health plan 

“A lot of people say Trump hasn’t accomplished anything. That’s unfair. Because since this time last year, he’s played golf more than 70 times and that’s a record,” Kimmel joked.  

The late-night host then transitioned the discussion to healthcare, something Kimmel has been an avid speaker on due to his son’s congenital heart defects. “I’ve spoken a lot about healthcare on this show and I’ve been critical of what President Trump and half of Congress has been trying to do,” Kimmel said before explaining the new health care plan that reaps positive benefits.

“To the president, I say good for you for putting this out there. We do a lot of criticizing. We should also highlight the positive. Even if you don’t support President Trump, keep an open mind,” Kimmel said before introducing the mock-advertisement.

The late-night host then showed an advertisement for “Trump Care,” which is described as “Great Health care for you family that won’t break the bank.” The mock-commercial outlines the benefits as “coverage for pre-existing conditions,” “no lifetime caps,” and the ability to keep kids on the plan until age 26.  

Attempting to steer Trump supporters to signing up for the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare), Kimmel encouraged viewers to sign up on healthcare.gov.

 

 

 

In honor of the anniversary of Trump’s election day, Jimmy Kimmel took a moment during his show’s monologue Tuesday night to “highlight the positive” in Trump’s presidency, in particular his “new health care.”

“A lot of people say Trump hasn’t accomplished anything. That’s unfair. Because since this time last year, he’s played golf more than 70 times and that’s a record,” Kimmel joked.  

The late-night host then transitioned the discussion to healthcare, something Kimmel has been an avid speaker on due to his son’s congenital heart defects. “I’ve spoken a lot about healthcare on this show and I’ve been critical of what President Trump and half of Congress has been trying to do,” Kimmel said before explaining the new health care plan that reaps positive benefits.

“To the president, I say good for you for putting this out there. We do a lot of criticizing. We should also highlight the positive. Even if you don’t support President Trump, keep an open mind,” Kimmel said before introducing the mock-advertisement.

The late-night host then showed an advertisement for “Trump Care,” which is described as “Great Health care for you family that won’t break the bank.” The mock-commercial outlines the benefits as “coverage for pre-existing conditions,” “no lifetime caps,” and the ability to keep kids on the plan until age 26.  

Attempting to steer Trump supporters to signing up for the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare), Kimmel encouraged viewers to sign up on healthcare.gov.

 

 

 

In honor of the anniversary of Trump’s election day, Jimmy Kimmel took a moment during his show’s monologue Tuesday night to “highlight the positive” in Trump’s presidency, in particular his new health 

“A lot of people say Trump hasn’t accomplished anything. That’s unfair. Because since this time last year, he’s played golf more than 70 times and that’s a record,” Kimmel joked.  

The late-night host then transitioned the discussion to healthcare, something Kimmel has been an avid speaker on due to his son’s congenital heart defects. “I’ve spoken a lot about healthcare on this show and I’ve been critical of what President Trump and half of Congress has been trying to do,” Kimmel said before explaining the new health care plan that reaps positive benefits.

“To the president, I say good for you for putting this out there. We do a lot of criticizing. We should also highlight the positive. Even if you don’t support President Trump, keep an open mind,” Kimmel said before introducing the mock-advertisement.

The late-night host then showed an advertisement for “Trump Care,” which is described as “Great Health care for you family that won’t break the bank.” The mock-commercial outlines the benefits as “coverage for pre-existing conditions,” “no lifetime caps,” and the ability to keep kids on the plan until age 26.  

Attempting to steer Trump supporters to signing up for the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare), Kimmel encouraged viewers to sign up on healthcare.gov.

 

 

 

In honor of the anniversary of Trump’s election day, Jimmy Kimmel took a moment during his show’s monologue Tuesday night to “highlight the positive” in Trump’s presidency, in particular his “new health care.”

“A lot of people say Trump hasn’t accomplished anything. That’s unfair. Because since this time last year, he’s played golf more than 70 times and that’s a record,” Kimmel joked.  

The late-night host then transitioned the discussion to healthcare, something Kimmel has been an avid speaker on due to his son’s congenital heart defects. “I’ve spoken a lot about healthcare on this show and I’ve been critical of what President Trump and half of Congress has been trying to do,” Kimmel said before explaining the new health care plan that reaps positive benefits.

“To the president, I say good for you for putting this out there. We do a lot of criticizing. We should also highlight the positive. Even if you don’t support President Trump, keep an open mind,” Kimmel said before introducing the mock-advertisement.

The late-night host then showed an advertisement for “Trump Care,” which is described as “Great Health care for you family that won’t break the bank.” The mock-commercial outlines the benefits as “coverage for pre-existing conditions,” “no lifetime caps,” and the ability to keep kids on the plan until age 26.  

Attempting to steer Trump supporters to signing up for the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare), Kimmel encouraged viewers to sign up on healthcare.gov.

 

 

 

In honor of the anniversary of Trump’s election day, Jimmy Kimmel took a moment during his show’s monologue Tuesday night to “highlight the positive” in Trump’s presidency, in particular his new health plan u

“A lot of people say Trump hasn’t accomplished anything. That’s unfair. Because since this time last year, he’s played golf more than 70 times and that’s a record,” Kimmel joked.  

The late-night host then transitioned the discussion to healthcare, something Kimmel has been an avid speaker on due to his son’s congenital heart defects. “I’ve spoken a lot about healthcare on this show and I’ve been critical of what President Trump and half of Congress has been trying to do,” Kimmel said before explaining the new health care plan that reaps positive benefits.

“To the president, I say good for you for putting this out there. We do a lot of criticizing. We should also highlight the positive. Even if you don’t support President Trump, keep an open mind,” Kimmel said before introducing the mock-advertisement.

The late-night host then showed an advertisement for “Trump Care,” which is described as “Great Health care for you family that won’t break the bank.” The mock-commercial outlines the benefits as “coverage for pre-existing conditions,” “no lifetime caps,” and the ability to keep kids on the plan until age 26.  

Attempting to steer Trump supporters to signing up for the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare), Kimmel encouraged viewers to sign up on healthcare.gov.

 

 

 

In honor of the anniversary of Trump’s election day, Jimmy Kimmel took a moment during his show’s monologue Tuesday night to “highlight the positive” in Trump’s presidency, in particular his “new health care.”

“A lot of people say Trump hasn’t accomplished anything. That’s unfair. Because since this time last year, he’s played golf more than 70 times and that’s a record,” Kimmel joked.  

The late-night host then transitioned the discussion to healthcare, something Kimmel has been an avid speaker on due to his son’s congenital heart defects. “I’ve spoken a lot about healthcare on this show and I’ve been critical of what President Trump and half of Congress has been trying to do,” Kimmel said before explaining the new health care plan that reaps positive benefits.

“To the president, I say good for you for putting this out there. We do a lot of criticizing. We should also highlight the positive. Even if you don’t support President Trump, keep an open mind,” Kimmel said before introducing the mock-advertisement.

The late-night host then showed an advertisement for “Trump Care,” which is described as “Great Health care for you family that won’t break the bank.” The mock-commercial outlines the benefits as “coverage for pre-existing conditions,” “no lifetime caps,” and the ability to keep kids on the plan until age 26.  

Attempting to steer Trump supporters to signing up for the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare), Kimmel encouraged viewers to sign up on healthcare.gov.

 

 

 

In honor of the anniversary of Trump’s election day, Jimmy Kimmel took a moment during his show’s monologue Tuesday night to “highlight the positive” in Trump’s presidency, in particular his new health 

“A lot of people say Trump hasn’t accomplished anything. That’s unfair. Because since this time last year, he’s played golf more than 70 times and that’s a record,” Kimmel joked.  

The late-night host then transitioned the discussion to healthcare, something Kimmel has been an avid speaker on due to his son’s congenital heart defects. “I’ve spoken a lot about healthcare on this show and I’ve been critical of what President Trump and half of Congress has been trying to do,” Kimmel said before explaining the new health care plan that reaps positive benefits.

“To the president, I say good for you for putting this out there. We do a lot of criticizing. We should also highlight the positive. Even if you don’t support President Trump, keep an open mind,” Kimmel said before introducing the mock-advertisement.

The late-night host then showed an advertisement for “Trump Care,” which is described as “Great Health care for you family that won’t break the bank.” The mock-commercial outlines the benefits as “coverage for pre-existing conditions,” “no lifetime caps,” and the ability to keep kids on the plan until age 26.  

Attempting to steer Trump supporters to signing up for the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare), Kimmel encouraged viewers to sign up on healthcare.gov.

 

 

 

In honor of the anniversary of Trump’s election day, Jimmy Kimmel took a moment during his show’s monologue Tuesday night to “highlight the positive” in Trump’s presidency, in particular his “new health care.”

“A lot of people say Trump hasn’t accomplished anything. That’s unfair. Because since this time last year, he’s played golf more than 70 times and that’s a record,” Kimmel joked.  

The late-night host then transitioned the discussion to healthcare, something Kimmel has been an avid speaker on due to his son’s congenital heart defects. “I’ve spoken a lot about healthcare on this show and I’ve been critical of what President Trump and half of Congress has been trying to do,” Kimmel said before explaining the new health care plan that reaps positive benefits.

“To the president, I say good for you for putting this out there. We do a lot of criticizing. We should also highlight the positive. Even if you don’t support President Trump, keep an open mind,” Kimmel said before introducing the mock-advertisement.

The late-night host then showed an advertisement for “Trump Care,” which is described as “Great Health care for you family that won’t break the bank.” The mock-commercial outlines the benefits as “coverage for pre-existing conditions,” “no lifetime caps,” and the ability to keep kids on the plan until age 26.  

Attempting to steer Trump supporters to signing up for the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare), Kimmel encouraged viewers to sign up on healthcare.gov.

 

 

 

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