Find out what really bridges the gaps between what we are told and what we should be paying attention to in this compiled list by Cracked. In addition, here is a great comment in case it get lost in the shuffle. Especially the 4th paragraph. Such a great strategy to use his own name as a means of rejecting something beneficial.
"For years, polls have shown support for ACA and its components but opposition to Obamacare. Some of that might be a knee-jerk reaction to anything associated with Obama. But I know many people who are wrongly convinced that Obamacare is another welfare program for lazy minorities. So the mistaken belief that ACA and Obamacare are two different things may be more widespread than the article suggests. This would be significant if the belief motivated them to vote for Trump. In the interviews I've read with Trump voters since the election, they regularly cite welfare and Muslims as their complaints."