The Corner

Krauthammer’s Take: Medicaid Expansion Will Reduce Care

The expanded Medicaid rolls will lead to unintended consequences, Charles Krauthammer predicted Friday night.

“If you add these huge numbers onto the rolls, what you’re going to do is do the exact opposite of what had been intended,” Krauthammer said on Special Report.

There are only a finite amount of doctors, he said, and as a result people will end up with a reduced amount of care, including those who already receive government care.

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