Days after completing a successful 16-month campaign during which he repeatedly vowed to rip up the Affordable Care Act, President-elect Donald Trump suggested he wanted to maintain at least two popular provisions of the ACA and even left the door open to not repealing the health law, but simply making changes to it.

"Either Obamacare will be amended, or repealed and replaced," he said shortly after his election.

The team of experts Trump has assembled to consult with on health care are not big ACA fans, but nor are they radicals.

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