"We make sure that everybody can afford [public health insurance], but we don't require you to take it. And partly I think that's just the right policy, because I think people should be able to choose," Pete Buttigieg said.
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President Trump greets supporters after arriving at Florida's Ocala International Airport on Thursday to give a speech on health care at The Villages retirement community. In his speech, Trump gave seniors a pep talk about what he wants to do for Medicare, contrasting it with plans of his Democratic rivals.
Rep. Abigail Spanberger attends a town hall at Nottoway High School in Crewe, Va. She was one of dozens of new members who ousted Republicans on a pledge to buck party leaders and work across the aisle.
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