Trump and GOP members want Americans to believe they have a better plan for health care and health insurance.
For starters you don't rationally use an increase in the cost of insurance after a lapse by making that insurance more expensive. It is likely that the increase in premiums will cause people to lose coverage, and Trumpcare makes it much harder to regain insurance, only adding to the numbers of uninsureds, not cover more people or make it more affordable.
The idea they embrace is to screw you and enrich themselves and the special interests who own them. The obscenely rich jerk, the hedge fund manager, by the name of Mercer, who holds the leash to Steve Gannon's collar, openly believes the amount of money you make is the only important measure of human worth. To him and those rich bastards on the right like him, ordinary everyday Americans are of little or no value, expendable and disposable.
According to the CBO and the Census Bureau, while somewhere between 20 and 28 million people currently insured under Obamacare will become uninsured, with overall uninsured numbers rising to 52 million Americans, higher than the previous high under Dubya in 2001, of 52 million.
Don't believe Trump, don't believe the GOP; don't believe in leprechauns and unicorn magic solutions. People won't be insured by cutting taxes for the wealthy, and giving cuts to corporations either.
Wake up, you are going to be more screwed than under Dubya's economic collapse.