So as perhaps the first major policy step for his Presidency, Trump has signed an executive order that does... something... to the Affordable Care Act. As far as I can see, he hasn't given any details about it in his own public addresses, but then of course he is notoriously reticent to speak up. The Washington Post describes it this way: (Source) So does anyone have any idea what this means, practically? Procedurally, I guess it tells us that the best way to tackle major policy issues is through executive orders and that the best way to find out what a national healthcare measure contains is to pass it and then see what happens, so at least Trump has learned from Obama and Pelosi, whom I am sure he respects greatly. But what does it mean for actual healthcare?