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@Sen_JoeManchin  tells @kaitlancollins  Social Security and Medicare cuts are off the table in Congressional budget negotiations:

Who knew Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump could agree on something? When speaking about the impending debt ceiling showdown to CNN, Sen. Sanders said he agrees with Trump's statement that cuts to Social Security and Medicare are 'crazy.'

Dirty Business: Joe Biden: "If Republicans try to cut Social Security or Medicare, I will use my veto pen to stop it." RT and say thank you, Joe Biden--the hell with those damn Republicans.

Opinion: Why would Republicans rule out Social Security and Medicare reform?

Who knew Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump could agree on something? When speaking about the impending debt ceiling showdown to CNN, Sen. Sanders said he agrees with Trump's statement that cuts to Social Security and Medicare are 'crazy.'

McCarthy: ‘We won’t touch Medicare or Social Security’

@DeeJay25V  @bstovalljrM  @RichardCheek19edicare  is 65, not 62. Be careful if you could wind up with an Obamacare policy before 65 and take any sort of distribution before then; basically ANYTHING including tax exempt interest goes into MAGI and will basically get clawed back as your subsidy is destroyed.

@crzymorse  @RichardCheek19W  @bstovalljrell  there is in fact no fix for Medicare and of course Medicaid. CMS is approximately 80% unfunded on a cash basis. Nobody would accept a 5x tax increase and there is already no cap. The answer is to put every medical monopolist in prison NOW -- or worse.

Here are big coverage gaps to look out for, what to know about them, and how to appeal a Medicare claim denial if you believe your care is covered.

Opinion: Why would Republicans rule out Social Security and Medicare reform?

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What Democrats did when we had power: rebuilt roads/bridges cut drug costs expanded clean energy tightened gun laws helped veterans ended corporate tax avoidance What GOP wants to do with power: cut Social Security/Medicare stop paying America's bills 30% national sales tax

Do I have this right: Republicans added ~$7 trillion to the national debt under Trump, but now they want to make cuts to Social Security and Medicare before raising the debt ceiling?

Good morning. If Republicans win this fall they are going to pass a national abortion ban, eliminate the $2,000 Medicare cap on drug prices, and put a sunset on Social Security. You know why I know this? Because they keep telling us.

This week @POTUS  struck a serious deal to cut drug prices for people on Medicare and fight climate change, received a stellar July jobs report, shrank the unemployment rate to 3.5%, eliminated bin-Laden’s successor, & gas prices fell to a 50+ day low. Great week, Mr. President!

Last night Trump attacked Medicare for All as "socialized medicine." Funny. I didn't hear him complain when he received the best socialized medicine in the world for free at a 100% government run hospital. Yup. Trump loves socialism for himself, rugged individualism for the rest.

Big Pharma is taking ads against me because I am MASSIVELY lowering your drug prices, which is obviously not good for them. Medicare premiums will also be going down. I am the first President to take them on. Don’t fall for their false ads. Biden plan is for very big increases!

Trump just promised that if he wins reelection he'll gut Social Security and Medicare. A vote for @JoeBiden  in November means protecting and expanding these benefits—ensuring our seniors have the ability to retire with dignity.

I must say, that was a VERY boring debate. Biden lied when he said I want to cut Social Security and Medicare. That’s what they ALL said 4 years ago, and nothing happened, in fact, I saved Social Security and Medicare. I will not be cutting, but they will. Be careful!

This is what happened when people in the U.K. were asked how much health care costs in the U.S. Remember that our outrageous for-profit system is not the norm in other countries. We can and we must do better. We need Medicare for All now.

We've been told over and over that Medicare for All is "too radical." I think it's radical to have a health care system that leaves 87 million people uninsured or underinsured. I think it's radical that people can't afford to see a doctor during a pandemic.

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