In an interview with Fox News' "Hannity," Trump said he's going to sign an executive order allowing people to buy health insurance across state lines on today. The president said he would've taken this action earlier, but he hoped that such a measure would be part of a more comprehensive healthcare bill.
He said this order is going to help a lot of people get cheaper health insurance. One of the provisions will ease rules on small businesses banding together to buy health insurance, so they can go in together on plans.
Congress tried unsuccessfully to repeal and replace Obamacare. Trump insists there's still a chance they will pass a healthcare bill.
Source: The Hill