One of Mr. Trump’s first acts as President was to sign an order on Obamacare:
The Hill) President Trump on Friday signed an executive order directing federal agencies to “ease the burden of ObamaCare.”
The order did not direct any specific actions, instead giving broad authority to the Department of Health and Human Services and other agencies to take actions available to them under the law to ease regulatory requirements from ObamaCare.
It pushes agencies to target provisions that impose a “fiscal burden” on a state or a “cost” or “regulatory burden” on individuals or businesses.
It is not clear what practical effects will come from the order.
But, they can guess: