The announcement that Warren Buffett, Jeff Bezos and Jamie Dimon are combining their bountiful resources to build a new healthcare system for their companies' employees demonstrates in the strongest terms yet a united front by the three billionaires against President Trump.
All three have been critical of the president in the past in varied degrees of sharpness.
Their announcement plants them in the void left by Trump and his administration's lack of action on healthcare after months of discussion and promises to repeal and replace Obamacare.
It also falls in line with their track record of support for The Affordable Care Act.
Buffett, whose net worth is estimated at $93billion, has emphatically stayed away from vocal criticisms of the president.
'I'm not in the business of attacking any president, nor do I think I should be', is what he told one CNBC interviewer last August.
His Democratic allegiance is however clear - he endorsed Hillary Clinton during her election campaign and was a champion of Obama's Affordable Care Act, describing it as a 'step in the right direction' despite its flaws.
Warren Buffett endorsed Hillary Clinton during the election (the pair are shown above in December 2015). He was an early advocate of the Affordable Care Act and much of his charity work includes large donations to health-focused organizations
Buffet is a passionate health philanthropist and has used his fortune to upscale The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation which places affordable healthcare at the forefront of its work.
Trump has said little of him since he took office.
In 2015, he suggested Buffett was the kind of talent he would like in his government and described him as a 'common sense guy'.
Dimon was a long time Obama supporter and has made generous contributions to the Democratic party.
He was a member of Trump's now disbanded Strategy and Policy Forum but abandoned the council along with other business leaders over Trump's controversial remarks about the alt-right Charlottesville riots which left a woman dead.
Despite receiving criticism from fellow Democrats over his decision to join the counsel, he put his support behind the president at the time.
'I'm a patriot