In the week since Donald Trump won the presidential election, Americans have pondered the fate of the Affordable Care Act. During his campaign, Trump vowed to do away with the law, which provides healthcare to more than 20 million people. His win, along with a Republican Congress, has left many people wondering whether they could lose coverage once Trump takes office.
Trump has signaled he wants to keep certain pieces of the ACA in place while repealing others. But Erin Trish, a health policy expert with USC's Schaeffer Center for Health Policy & Economics, says unraveling the law's most disliked provisions while cherry picking the popular ones could unbalance the whole system.
Reporter: Jenny Lower