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A “kick in the teeth”: The commutations President Donald Trump made in Medicare fraud cases before leaving office have angered prosecutors.

A prominent #Florida  eye doctor convicted of defrauding Medicare out of $73 million has been released from prison early after Donald Trump commuted Salomon Melgen's sentence just hours before the president's term ended.

In his last day in office, former President Donald Trump attempted to strip essential protections for seniors in Medicare Part D. @DrMichelleBIO ’s statement:

Verma, 50, tendered her resignation to President Donald Trump on Thursday as Administrator of Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services, a position she served in the Trump administration for the last four years.

A late-term maneuver by President Donald Trump to use lower drug prices paid overseas to limit some of Medicare's own costs suffered a legal setback that appears likely to keep the policy from taking effect before the president leaves office.

President Donald Trump's administration is trying to close out major unfinished business on lowering prescription drug costs. Two regulations issued Friday promise savings for Medicare recipients.​

President Donald Trump's administration is trying to close out major unfinished business on lowering prescription drug costs. Two regulations issued Friday promise savings for Medicare recipients.​

FACT CHECK CLAIM: President Donald Trump said he wanted to negotiate lower Medicare drug prices but he “has not done it.” VERDICT: MOSTLY FALSE.

President Donald Trump's promise of $200 drug-discount cards was presented as a centerpiece of his health care agenda. Now officials acknowledge that Medicare recipients will not be getting cards this month.

On Sept. 24, President Donald Trump proposed sending $200 Medicare drug discount cards to seniors. Because the proposal was announced so close to the presidential election on Nov. 3, questions were raised around the legality of the plan.

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Florida’s seniors deserve a president who will fight for their Social Security and Medicare. And that choice is clear. @JoeBiden  will fight for what Americans have earned and deserve—while Donald Trump attempts to cut them.

Swing State Watch: In a Florida speech about senior citizens, President Donald Trump made misleading comparisons of Medicare costs under his administration and his predecessor’s. #FactCHAT 

He started this con with his 2016 campaign promises not to touch Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security, and now he wants to cut them by more than $1.5 trillion. Bottom line: Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security are on the chopping block as long as Donald Trump is president.

President Donald Trump’s wavering stance on whether to protect Medicare and Medicaid, two of the biggest safety-net programs in the country, appears to have reached its inevitable conclusion: He’s hoping to gut them, severely.

Donald Trump has reportedly directed his staff to prepare sweeping budget cuts to Medicare and Social Security for his second term. President Trump, let me save you and your staff some time. You are not going to have a second term.

Candidate Trump promised no cuts to Medicare & MedicaidPresident Trump wants to cut them by more than $2 trillion The challenges of office sometimes prevent presidents achieving what they campaigned on, but this is the opposite of what Donald Trump said

In an op-ed for USA Today, President Donald Trump made a series of false and misleading statements about Medicare, Medicare for All and health insurance in general.

President Donald Trump and the Republicans would fight “Medicare-for-all” with distortion and hysteria, judging by an op-ed published Wednesday in USA Today.

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