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GOP leaders in Congress said they would support continuing the ACA insurer subsidies, but President Trump has indicated that might not be the plan. (Photo: AP)

Insurers that sell plans through Healthcare.gov are having a tough time figuring out what to expect in the next year or two of business. President Trump isn’t making the guessing game any easier.

Not only does Trump continue to insist that he will repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, but he is sending mixed signals about whether his administration will continue to provide subsidies that insurers depend on to provide discounted health plans to low-income customers.

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