The Trump administration can help improve health care coverage for more people by using the federal government’s new HealthCare.gov website, according to an analysis by The Hill.
President Donald Trump has been promising that he would use the website to offer “insurance for everybody” by the end of the year.
But Trump has not yet done so, and the administration is still waiting on Congressional approval of the bill.
The analysis shows that if the administration uses the site to offer health coverage for the population that currently lacks coverage, the number of uninsured would fall by 9.5 million.
That would bring the number covered under Trumpcare to 4.5 percent of the population, according the analysis.
Trumpcare, however, would not cover people who are covered by their employers or private insurance plans.
The analysis also shows that there would be a net loss of 6.3 million Americans, because of the higher rate of coverage that would apply to people who did not buy insurance through their employers.
That’s because the cost of coverage would be higher for people who were not covered by employer plans.
For example, a person would pay a premium for a private insurance plan that is 60 percent higher than the amount they would pay for coverage under the plan offered through the HealthCare and Education Reconciliation Act, according a new analysis by the conservative group American Action Forum.
That means that for every one additional person who is covered under private insurance, the price of the insurance would be 20 percent higher.
The president’s goal would be to make insurance more affordable for everyone.
The report comes as Republican senators have been calling for the government to expand coverage, arguing that the country’s current health care system is too expensive and that Americans should be able to buy insurance at a much lower price.
In addition to providing more coverage, Trumpcare would also expand Medicaid to cover more people.
This would help to pay for the federal cost of covering more people, the report said.
The administration has not released a timeline for when it will roll out the website, but Trump has already made clear that he intends to sign the bill into law.
If Congress doesn’t act by the time the website is fully operational, the administration would be left to fend for itself.