Jimmy Kimmel recently got some different takes on health care from an unlikely source: kids.
On Thursday, Senate Republicans offered a draft of their secretive health care bill. That night, “Jimmy Kimmel Live” acknowledged the news by showing viewers a segment in which he chatted with kids about Americans' access to medical care.
From trying to convince the kids “fried chicken pox” was a thing, to asking them whether people with money should help others access health care and getting an enthusiastic “of course,” to learning one kid wanted to be like Trump, Kimmel covered a lot of bases in the segment.
To really hammer his point home, he ended his chat with a game of musical chairs and told the kid who lost that he no longer had health care.
“How come if I lose I don’t get health care?” another kid asked.
“Well, that’s the question we’re all asking,” Kimmel said.
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