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Slack where work happens. Not Everyone's lucky enough. To walk out of the hospital. After two days. So we We saw with this disease can do so guess what we are afraid. We are I'm so happy that you did. You know. Thank God, you did. But guess what there are a lot of people that did it. Amanda Clues, the wife of Broadway, Star Nick cred. who fought the corona virus for ninety five days before dying puts the president's handling of his own diagnosis and treatment and start perspective one week ago today president trump told the country he had tested positive for corona virus. Now, the president is declaring himself and urging Americans to downplay the disease I learned so much about coronavirus. And one thing that's for certain don't let dominate you. Don't be afraid of it, but the virus is dominating the lives of so many Americans who don't have the best Care that this country offers our private hospital ST early access to therapeutics in a team of top positions were all readily available to this president, which is as it should be but not the vast majority of Americans. Hello everyone I'm CNN senior political reporter Nia Malika. And I'm CNN Political Director David Chalian welcome to politically sound the president's health has put healthcare front and center including the future of the Affordable Care Act Donald Trump is in court right now trying to get rid of the affordable care act obamacare was a disaster the American people remember it well. So. In this episode, we'll tell you how healthcare one of the most important issues in presidential politics will impact the twenty twenty election. We'll also hear directly from someone affected by this crisis Dr Chris, T personnel from New Jersey. She'll tell us what it was like losing her father to Covid Nineteen, the importance of health insurance during a pandemic and hell, the standard of care differed for her father in the president. The fact that he was able to get in a car and parade when my dad couldn't get out of a hospital to go get his favorite meal to see the president do that it was humiliating in some ways as if to say I have access to a world that you could only dream of. So it's time to tune out the noise and tune in to what's politically.

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