No majority for social services Trump
Two Republican senators have Monday night (local time) announced at the new social services to vote.
After two senators from the party of president Donald Trump had previously announced against the law to vote, the senators Mike Lee and Jerry Moran sure that the bill that Obamacare must be replaced no majority in the Senate will get.
The vote is already twice abandoned. In June was the proposal not enough votes to count. Monday went to the vote, because the Republican senator John McCain because of surgery could not be present.
The Republicans in the U.s. Senate, but a small majority of 52 against 48 seats. With four dissenting within their own ranks, the Republicans have no majority for the new law.
Are republicans should just ” failing ObamaCare now & work on a new Healthcare Plan that will start from a clean slate. The ms will join in!
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02:17 – 18 July 2017
The new system
President Trump, the Republican senators on Monday called again Obamacare first to abolish and then to start work on a new system. Last month he made a similar call.
“Republicans have failed Obamacare now withdraw and with a clean slate start work on a new social services. The Democrats will participate”, he let Twitter know. The White House responded earlier with the statement that “doing nothing is not an option”.
Democrats, however, have already let them know that they with no Republican bill will agree that the aim of Obama’s social services to replace.
’22 million Americans to lose health insurance at Trumpcare’