During his campaign, Donald Trump vowed not to cut to entitlements, including Medicaid. But now he’s reversing himself and additionally plans to turn more control of the program over to the states. We take a look at what happened to another entitlement, welfare, when the states took over.
The Back Story on Trump and Medicaid
Produced by Karen Sughrue
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