Question: Who would get rid of private health insurance in favor of a national plan for a payer? the arms that climbed: Senator Elizabeth Warren and the Mayor of New York Bill de Blazio
"I'm with Bernie for the Mediker for All," Warren said after Senator Amy Klobucher, who does not support the plan, that the "public option" itself represents a "bold approach". But Warren, who said he would be open to more moderate plans, made one of his most aggressive arguments to defend the plan on Wednesday night ̵
"There are many politicians who say," Oh, it just is not possible, we just can not do it. there are many political problems, "Warren said before exaggerating his tongue:" What are they? " I'm really telling you again, is that they just will not fight for it. Well, health is a basic human right and I will be fighting for basic human rights. "
The line provoked heavy applause. After repulsion from other candidates on stage, including former deputy John Delaney, a vocal critic of Medicare for everyone and others who argue in favor of universal coverage – but without moving to a single payer – Warren and de Blasio were looking for insurance "Private insurance does not work for tens of millions of Americans," De Blazio said, turning to Beto O'Rourke, after the former Texas congressman said he would not eliminate it.