Even though a government report contradicts claims that the Affordable Care Act is "failing," reports indicate Donald Trump's administration is taking steps to help that claim come true. 

PBS reports that the Trump administration has ended ACA contracts, cutting access to assistance for shoppers for health coverage on the exchanges and reducing the number of places they can go for help. 

In 18 cities where people looking for help in buying coverage from the exchanges were formerly able to go to certain libraries, businesses and urban neighborhoods to find help signing up for coverage, that help is no longer available. Trump, who has famously said that he would "let Obamacare fail," seems to be but actively seeking ways to make it happen. 

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