The president wants to do more to address the problem of a high death rate among the uninsured, including the repeal of the mandate that everyone get health insurance.
Trump also wants to expand Medicaid, which would provide healthcare to nearly 5 million people, while expanding coverage to more states.
The president’s new policy, according to his budget proposal, would not affect existing subsidies to help low-income people afford insurance.
The GOP has repeatedly said that the Affordable Care Act’s subsidies to lower-income Americans do not apply to the federal government.
But the president’s budget plan would expand them to people earning between 100 and 250 percent of the federal poverty level.
That would raise about $1 trillion over 10 years.
The new policies would also expand the availability of subsidized family coverage.
Currently, subsidies for coverage for the lowest income families vary from state to state.
The plan would also allow insurance companies to offer cheaper policies, which could lead to higher premiums.
That could mean more people will go without insurance, according a recent Kaiser Family Foundation analysis.
The budget proposal also includes a proposal to repeal the individual mandate, a provision that required people to have health insurance or pay a penalty.
That has drawn fierce criticism from some Republicans, including some of Trump’s own Cabinet members, including Vice President Mike Pence, who are among the Republicans who oppose it.