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White House Misspells 'Inaccurately' In A Video Attacking CBO's Inaccuracy

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| July 13 , 2017 , 14:20 IST

The White House faced huge embarrassment as the administration posted a video misspelling ‘inaccurately’ when the video was an attack on the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) for being inaccurate.

The White House immediately deleted the video with misspelled word ‘inaccurately’ and reissued the video correcting the mistake.

The White House also shared the video on their official handle saying, "The Congressional Budget Office's math doesn't add up. Faulty Numbers = Faulty Results."

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In the 45 second video White House posted on their YouTube Channel, was directed to mock the Congressional Budget Office for inaccurate projection of health coverage. It was meant to cast doubt on the agency’s projections.

Eight seconds into the White House's video, the frame read: “CBO inaccurately estimates health coverage.” 15 seconds in, the frame reads, “CBO ‘innaccurately’ estimated 25 million would be covered under Obamacare this year.”

This video comes as an attack on CBO’s heath coverage estimates after the Republican Senate struggle to repeal and replace Obamacare. According to CBO’s estimates the healthcare proposed by the Trump administration is expected to leave over 22 million more people uninsured by 2026.

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This is one of the key argument standing against Trump’s healthcare bill. This bill has been largely unpopular among the American Citizens with a mere approval rating of 17 percent.

In a recent interview with ‘This Week’, Republican senator Susan Collin said, “I'm very concerned about the cost of insurance for older people with serious chronic illnesses and the impact of the Medicaid cuts on our state governments; the most vulnerable people in our society.”

GOP leadership is yet to come to terms on the bill as the bill hangs in the senate.

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