Wilmington – President-elect Joe Biden lambasted the Trump administration’s argument within the Supreme Courtroom on Tuesday that the Reasonably priced Care Act must be struck down, calling it “simply cruel and needlessly divisive” and saying that doing so would depart 20 million People’ well being protection “ripped away in the middle of the nation’s worst pandemic in a century.”

“Let’s be absolutely clear about what’s at stake: The consequences of the Trump administration’s argument are not academic or an abstraction. For many Americans, they are a matter of life and death, in a literal sense,” Biden mentioned in a speech in Wilmington, Delaware. “This isn’t hyperbole. It’s real — as real as it gets,” he mentioned. 

Vice President-elect Kamala Harris mentioned the case is “a blatant attempt to overturn the will of the people,” declaring that Biden campaigned on defending Obamacare and received the most well-liked votes within the historical past of the USA.

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“I know we all know that we just had an election in America — an election where health care was very much on the ballot. Our country had a clear choice in this election,” Harris mentioned. “Each and every vote for Joe Biden was a statement that healthcare in America should be a right and not a privilege. Each and every vote for Joe Biden was a vote to protect and expand the Affordable Care Act, not to tear it away in the midst of a global pandemic.”

President Donald Trump’s administration is trying to undo former President Barack Obama’s signature well being legislation.

Defending Obamacare was a central theme of Biden’s marketing campaign. Throughout the Democratic main, he argued for increasing the legislation by including a “public option” that will enable People to purchase right into a government-run medical health insurance plan and by beefing up federal premium subsidies that will make Reasonably priced Care Act protection extra reasonably priced.

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Democratic president-elect Joe Biden mentioned that he had not spoken to Donald Trump for the reason that election was known as in Biden’s favor on Saturday, however joked: “Mr President, I look forward to speaking with you.”

However Biden was solemn, virtually downbeat, about Trump’s refusal to concede defeat.

“It’s an embarrassment,” fairly frankly, he mentioned in response to a press query.

He went on: “How can I say this tactfully? It will not help the president’s legacy. I think that…from my discussions with foreign leaders so far, they are hopeful that US democratic institutions are strong and have endured and at the end of the day it’s all going to come to fruition on January 20 [2021, the date when Biden will be inaugurated].”

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At Joe Biden’s speech and press convention, the president-elect mentioned: “We are already beginning the transition.”

“The fact that they are not willing to acknowledge that we have won at this point if not of much consequence in our planning and what we are able to do between now and January 20,” he mentioned.

Biden mentioned he hoped to keep away from authorized motion to withstand the Trump administration’s efforts to overturn the results of final week’s election.

“Nothing will slow up our efforts to put things together,” he mentioned of the transition workforce’s efforts to arrange to take energy… “nothing is going to stop that.”

Biden promised that America will “get through this together” concerning the coronavirus pandemic.

“Families are reeling,” he mentioned. He promised to increase the attain of Obamacare after taking workplace in January.

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“We have a moral obligation to ensure that health care is a right for all, not a privilege for a few,” Biden mentioned.

Kamala Harris lamented the demise toll within the coronavirus pandemic and warned that if the Reasonably priced Care Act was struck down by the supreme court docket, “communities of color will be particularly hard hit” within the US.

“Joe Biden won the election decisively,” Harris mentioned.

She mentioned they received’t let Trump overturn the election.