What Trump Promised
As a 2016 candidate, Donald Trump made huge promises to American families, claiming that he’d work for them rather than wealthy donors and corporate interests.
He promised to lower drug prices and give people great health care. He claimed he’d increase wages. He boasted that factories would stop moving overseas.
Here’s the Reality
He’s siding with insurance companies to end protections for people with pre-existing conditions. He’s siding with drug companies as drug prices soar. And he passed a tax bill that gave almost all the benefits to the wealthy and big corporations that even rewarded companies for moving jobs overseas.
Trump's Broken Promises in Your State
Trump is Attacking Our Health Care
Trump promised voters he’d make sure everyone had great health care. He’s spent his entire presidency trying to take away coverage and protections from millions.
Trump launched an all-out attack on our health care by trying to repeal and sabotage the Affordable Care Act.
Rising Drug Prices
Trump talked a big game about bringing down drug prices. Since he took office, life-saving drug costs are skyrocketing, leading some families to ration medications like insulin while big pharma’s profits are higher than ever. Instead of fighting drug company executives, he appointed them to his Cabinet.
Under Trump, drug prices are skyrocketing while more families are forced to go without life-saving medicine.
"If pharma companies weren't out for a high profit, she could still be here today"
Antroinette’s daughter passed away because drug companies raised the price of live-saving insulin
Corporate Profits are Sky High. Wages Remain Flat.
In Trump’s economy, corporate profits are skyrocketing while working families struggle to get by.
Trump’s economic policies are delivering huge giveaways to the wealthy at the expense of American families.
Trump’s Tax Scam: The Rich Win. The Rest of Us Lose.
Congressional Republicans passed their tax bill that was supposed to benefit the middle class. Instead, billionaires and large corporations raked in a massive windfall while most Americans barely saw any increase in their paychecks, or even got a tax hike.