Us Senate will vote on rolling back Obamacare
The Us Senate will next week vote on the rollback of Obamacare. Despite the fact that at least four Republican senators have said to go vote.
The Republican leader in the Senate, Mitch McConnel, announced Tuesday that the motion for the rejection of the current health care system in the U.S. in the vote. Despite the fact that the chances are very low that the motion is approved.
The Republicans have 52 senators, a narrow majority in the Senate. With the four dissenting is highly unlikely that the bill will be passed.
In addition, there will be no vote on a replacement care plan, it goes only to the reversal of the by Barack Obama entered health care system.
Donald Trump has all the Republican senators invited to a lunch at the White House. Wednesday wants to Trump with the senators to talk about the health care system in the United States. That says a source from the White House.
The timing of the meeting is remarkable, a day after the plan to Obamacare deleted without replacement to fierce criticisms should count.
That plan fell bad when several Republican senators. Shelley Moore Capito, Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski have made it clear this proposal is not to support.
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