Kraig Moss lost his son, Rob, to a heroin overdose. He believed in Trump’s campaign promises
Now the former Trump supporter says “I don’t believe he was true to his word.”
Trump reached out to Kraig during a rally in January 2016, promising help by improving healthcare.
Kraig believes his son would still be alive if he had health insurance to pay for addition treatment. He doesn’t understand why Trump would support the Republican healthcare plan, quickly rolled out by Paul Ryan and pushed by Tom Price.
Kraig has lost faith, thinks Trump was just looking for votes. He is angry and hurt.
In 2014 one out of every 4 persons treated for addition were on Medicaid. Without Medicaid, they are more vulnerable.