Donald Trump is planning to push a tax increase on the wealthiest Americans in order to help finance his health care plan, according to a person with knowledge of the president’s thinking.
The move could force lawmakers to revisit the Republican plan to overhaul the U.S. health care system, which Trump has called a “disaster.”
Trump, speaking to reporters on Friday, also hinted at the idea, saying that he would be “working to do something that’s much, much bigger than just health care.”
The Trump administration has said that Trump is open to considering a tax hike on the wealthy in order for Republicans to win over support from Democratic lawmakers.
“I think we’re going to be looking at a lot of things,” Trump said, speaking about a wide range of topics.
“We’re going a little bit to the right on that.”
Trump has repeatedly criticized Republicans for not being able to agree on a bill to overhaul U.N. funding for the global health body, which is needed to keep the U to the accord.
The president also told reporters that the U and the UCCB are not working on the UCAV deal because it would have cost too much money.
Trump also said that he is open for a meeting with Democratic senators, but that it would be on the basis of “the size of the tax.”
Trump also suggested that he may not need Senate support for his plan, given that he can rely on the backing of Vice President Mike Pence, who has been the leading voice of opposition to the GOP bill.
The U.K. government has warned that it could trigger a global financial crisis if the UACA is not fully implemented by 2020.
Trump is expected to sign the legislation into law as early as Thursday.
Trump has already indicated that he will sign the bill without any changes, even as Senate Democrats have voiced concern about how much the legislation would cost.
In an interview with Fox News last month, Trump suggested that the plan could cost up to $10 trillion, though he added that it wouldn’t be “unprecedented.”
The UACA, or United Nations Association for the Prevention of Chronic Illness, is an international health organization that is tasked with coordinating the implementation of global health agreements and health measures.
Under the agreement, developed by the World Health Organization and the World Bank, all nations agree to share the cost of preventing and treating chronic diseases.
Countries also agree to provide health services to populations with low incomes and are required to pay for the majority of the cost.
The agreement also guarantees the right of the poor to access adequate healthcare, regardless of whether they are members of a nation’s national health insurance or a government program.
The Trump plan includes a $100 billion increase for the UACI, which includes a cap on health care spending for the wealthy.
The money would go toward health care services for the poorest 50 percent of the population and the disabled, the UACC said in a statement.
Trump said in the interview that he wanted to make sure that the bill didn’t add to the burden on the federal budget.
“You’re not going to see a tax cut that will be so massive and so devastating for the budget that you can’t imagine,” Trump told Fox News.
“The money will be there, the money is there, and we’ll see what happens.”
He also said he would not make the cut to Medicaid funding.