Mark Bertolini was responding to an employee question about the possibility of GOP efforts to kill the ACA leading to consideration of a single-payer system. (Photo: AP)

The CEO of Aetna, the health insurance company that pulled out of multiple state exchanges under the Affordable Care Act and has already announced that it would exit the two remaining states next year, has broached the topic of single-payer insurance.

That’s according to The Hill, which cited a Vox report about a private employee meeting at the insurer in which the CEO said the U.S. should consider a single-payer system.

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