Donald Trump slams John McCain, says Republicans will ''eventually'' repeal Obamacare

Donald Trump slams John McCain, says Republicans will ''eventually'' repeal Obamacare

Donald Trump slams John McCain, says Republicans will ''eventually'' repeal Obamacare

(A single hearing on the bill is scheduled for next week.) "I can not in good conscience vote for the Graham-Cassidy proposal", McCain said in a statement Friday.

Trump was less conciliatory Saturday morning, saying that McCain "was sold a bill of goods" by Sen.

President Donald Trump is holding out hope that a last-ditch effort to overhaul the Obama-era health law isn't over.

Graham said on Twitter that he "respectfully disagree [d]" with McCain's decision, but said that their friendship was "not based on how he votes but respect for how he's lived his life and the person he is".

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"Whenever that vote takes place, I will be on the Senate floor", Menendez said to reporters after the news conference.

"You get knocked down and then the bad ones stay on the stool and they say 'We quit, we quit.' The great ones get up and they end up winning". With Collins recently indicating she was leaning towards voting "No", it leaves the legislation all but dead.

Cassidy had said any healthcare bill must pass what he called "the Jimmy Kimmel test" of providing affordable care for such children and include preventative care for every American.

"We believe this is the right solution at the right time to repeal and replace Obamacare with the kind of reform that will allow states to innovate and to create better quality healthcare, better access for Americans and capture that innovation of democracy and reform that frankly, our founders contemplated when crafting our Constitution", Pence said. Nor could I support it without knowing how much it will cost, how it will [affect] insurance premiums, and how many people will be helped or hurt by it. Lisa Murkowski (R., Alaska), also voted against the "skinny Obamacare repeal" bill in July. Their repeated resuscitation of the deservedly ailing effort to undo the Affordable Care Act has been the legislative equivalent of a medical miracle.

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McCain was one of three senators whose support of the bill, known as Graham-Cassidy after its primary co-sponsors, Sens.

About Republicans questioning his qualifications, Kimmel said, "I feel like it's my duty to remind these people...the guy you voted for for president, his job qualification was...he fired Meat Loaf on television...." It would return an estimated 21 million Americans to the ranks of the uninsured, reintroduce coverage denial based on existing illness, and punish states such as California that have expanded Medicaid coverage for people of modest means.

Paul has always been opposed to the bill, which he says does not go far enough in rolling back the ACA. Republican leaders need 50 votes to repeal Obamacare.

McCain noted that he opposed the bill even though the authors are his "dear friends" and he thinks "the world of them". "Hopefully this will encourage other senators to have courage and kill this abomination once and for all".

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