Donald Trump brought up his youngest son during his rally in Las Vegas Friday, which he rarely does, and imitated a conversation between himself and Barron.
While going off on a tangent about healthcare, and railing against Democrats for proposing single-payer healthcare systems, Trump said his youngest child could have created a better healthcare site than what came of Obamacare's open market, where people were supposed to go to sign up for a plan.
'We're now offering plans that are up to 60 per cent less expensive. We're going to make healthcare a big part of this campaign. We're protecting people with preexisting conditions, and we always will,' the president vowed.
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During a rally in Las Vegas on Friday, Trump said his youngest child could have created a better healthcare site than what came of Obamacare's open market
'We're running it much better than they did,' he said of the Obama administration and the former president's namesake healthcare program. 'Remember when they had – this was the greatest – the $5 billion website. $5 billion. It was supposed to cost $5 million. I have a son at home, he's 13. He's a genius with computers.'
The president then imitated a conversation between himself and Barron, who apparently is always typing on a computer.
'Hi dad. What's up dad. Dad, get out of here,' Trump said, employing a different voice to make it clear he was quoting his son.
The president went into an imitation of a conversation between himself and Barron, who apparently is always typing on a computer