Donald Trump, Mike Pence Slam 'Obamacare,' Call on Congress to Repeal It

Stumping in Pennsylvania, the two tore down the health care act.

Speaking in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Pence spoke at length about the ACA. Though he is the governor of Indiana now, he served in Congress when the health care law was passed.

"'Obamacare,' the debacle previously known as 'Hillarycare,' was a government takeover of health care from the start, plain and simple," he said.

And though Pence expanded Medicaid under "Obamacare" in Indiana, he continued to tout the "healthy Indiana plan" he created in his home state.

"You know back in the Hoosier State, we said no thanks to expanding traditional Medicaid. We fought for almost two years to make coverage more widely available the right way, with consumer-driven health care and health savings accounts, and it's working," Pence said.

Neither Trump nor Pence discussed new policy proposals; their existing plan involves repealing and replacing "Obamacare," expanding health savings accounts and allowing the purchase of health care across state lines.

In Democratic-leaning Pennsylvania, a state where the campaign claims it is increasing ad spending, Trump appealed to minority communities and millennials.

"I mean we can't trust Hillary Clinton with our health care any more than we can trust her with classified information," Pence quipped.