The Trump administration is slashing advertising for enrollment in Affordable Care Act (ACA) policies for 2018 from $100 million to $10 million, and cutting funding for “navigators,” individuals who help people sign up, from $62.5 million to $36 million, CNBC reports today, citing phone calls from Health and Human Services (HHS) officials.

Those officials and others in the administration claim that the money doesn’t deliver the goods, while Democrats will probably jump on the news to claim the White House is seeking to “implode” Obamacare, using President Trump’s term.

Enrollment for ACA policies begins in November.