Mr. Thompson, who as Health and Human Services secretary under President George W. Bush pushed through Medicare Part D prescription drug coverage, said he's not a fan of the Senate bill but it's the best option yet to replace the failing Obamacare law.
"You know, I've been here for two debates. We never had one question on health care," former Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy G. Thompson said when a health care question finally popped up at the third debate in June.
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