Trump is calling for a premium hike of up to $5,000 for anyone purchasing coverage in the next two years, which would allow them to get coverage for up to 25 percent less than they would have under current law.
Trump’s plan would allow people to purchase coverage in a number of different ways, including through the individual market or through a large employer.
But the biggest change would be in the premium, which could be a whopping $5.5 million.
Trump has already raised the premium for people buying coverage through the marketplaces, and he is planning to increase the rate again when he announces his replacement for Obamacare in 2019.
Under the current law, a premium is set at a minimum of $6,500 per year for individuals and $12,500 for families.
The president will also allow insurers to charge older customers a higher premium than they can charge younger customers under the current rules, which means older people could end up paying even more.
That is a change that Trump says he is considering, but it will take more time to finalize.
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The plan is currently on sale for $1,699 a month for a family of four, and Trump has said he would raise that price to $2,200 if people could stay on their current plans.