Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump listens to a speaker during a meeting with Cuban supporters at Trump National Doral, Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016, in Miami. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci)
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Donald Trump vowed Tuesday to overturn President Barack Obama's signature health insurance program after the government announced Americans will see costs jump an average of 25 percent next year.The Department of Health and Human Services said in a new report that the big increase in insurance costs will be seen in the 38 states with federally-managed health care exchanges.Trump said the increase for Texas is 60 percent, but the HHS report said premiums there are expected to increase by an average of just 18 percent.McCain noted that the state's largest county has only one insurance provider under Obamacare, when the health care exchanges were supposed to create competition among providers.
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