The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee unveiled the third part of his economic recovery program, which includes expanding care for children, elderly Americans, and people living with disabilities.
“It staggers the mind that anyone could advocate for taking health care away from tens of millions of people in the middle of the worst public health crisis our country has experienced in a century and the worst economic crash since the end of World War II."
“It blows my mind when people don’t want to accept that it’s real. Things I’ve seen I’m never going to forget. It’s going to shape my career and the world … this isn’t going to go away, it’s going to change our lives.”