On Tuesday, President-elect Donald Trump selected Georgia Representative Tom Price to oversee the United States' health care system. Price, who has long been a fierce opponent of "Obamacare" has also championed efforts to privatize Medicare. The representative, who will lead the Department of Health and Human Services after spending over a decade in Congress, helped craft House Speaker Paul Ryan's plan to privatize Medicare, a position the president-elect said he did not support during his campaign. Price's selection quickly raised questions about Trump's commitment to Medicare and other entitlement programs he repeatedly vowed to preserve. In a statement released by his transition team, Trump's team did not comment on Price's medicare stance.
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