The two vice presidents are making an agreement that will allow them to use the federal government’s Medicaid and SCHIP programs to pay for their own health care, Axios has learned.

The president and vice president have made it clear they are not interested in continuing to run the programs in their current form.

“We want to get them out of there and we want them to come back and work for us,” Vice President Mike Pence said during a joint press conference Thursday morning.

Trump said he wants to replace Obamacare with a system that is fairer.

“They want to do it,” he said.

“I want to take care of the people.

I want to be the most fiscally responsible president that I can be.

I think it’s a fair system.”

Pence added that he believes the two men are “on the same page” on what to do with Medicaid and Medicaid expansion.

Both vice presidents have made clear that they want to move on from the Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act, and have said that if Trump or Pence were to replace it they would use the same approach.

“The fact of the matter is, when you do take a look at what happened with Medicaid expansion, the people that we’re trying to get in are going to be able to have a much more affordable health care system,” Pence said.

In fact, he said, “I think that the fact that we have so many people in the country who are in Medicaid and have no insurance, but that they have a good quality of life, that is going to allow us to get more people in.”