Celebs who have surgery on their legs and arms to make them look younger, happier, healthier, and smarter
By Michael WeissPresident Donald Trump said Thursday that his new policy will allow the number of Americans getting cosmetic surgery to increase significantly in the coming years.
The new plan, announced Wednesday, would allow Americans to have cosmetic surgery if they meet certain criteria, according to the White House.
The policy, which will take effect July 1, will allow up to four people to have facial and/or body surgery to add an inch or more of height, weight, build, facial hair, or skin tone to their body, or add an eyebrow, nose, or chin, the White and White House announced.
The program would allow for up to six cosmetic surgeries a year.
In a statement, the president said, “It is so important to us that Americans have access to quality health care that it is our duty to help make this happen.”
Trump said the policy would give Americans more choices and “better options.”
It is important to have choices.
It is also important that Americans with different needs can have access.
-President Donald J. Trump, Jan. 19, 2020The plan is being heralded as the latest attempt to ease the burden of obesity and diabetes among Americans, and is aimed at reversing a trend of more Americans getting surgery on the face and neck to make their bodies look more youthful and more attractive.
A number of celebrities and politicians have been touting the program.
In November, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced his new campaign to promote the program and raise awareness of the issue of obesity.