Howard Schultz says he believes there is something deep wrong in the American healthcare system.
He is in "a multi-level crisis," he said on Tuesday night. must be "fixed".
But he asked what he would do, Schulz did not have many details in his answers again.
"I think everyone in America, every person, deserves to have the right to accessible care, Everyone," he said – the first of his "three principles" ] Second: "There must be competition in the system and what it means is competition so that the American people can get access to prescription drugs at lower prices," said Schultz, "because at the moment the government is not allowed, under federal law, to negotiate with (pharmaceutical companies). " The third principle repeated the reflections known from President Donald Trump's own statements in the past: a potential plan to change the rules of how and where insurance companies sell their plans, so he will solve these problems ̵
"This would break the whole system and cost 32 trillion dollars," he said. The price is right, but his argument has not taken into account the money the Americans would make under this plan, unless the costs like co-payments and deductions are destroyed.