Saturday, July 29, 2017

Democrats curb their enthusiasm over Obamacare repeal fail

By Politico, July 28, 2017

Democrats minimized their celebrations on Friday in the wake of the stunning implosion of the GOP’s Obamacare repeal efforts, putting the onus on Republicans to embrace bipartisan fixes to the health care law.

After hammering President Donald Trump’s party for months over its move to push through an Obamacare repeal with only Republican votes, Democrats pulled back on the criticism and tried to take the high road. Echoing the liberal activists who cheered Sen. John McCain’s dramatic decision to kill his party’s repeal bill, Democrats heaped praise on the Arizona Republican — as well as Sens. Susan Collins (R-Maine) and Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) — for defying their own leaders and Trump amid intense pressure.

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1 comment:

  1. These liberals have been fighting President Trump since day 1 so I am not surprised but to be happy about this obamacare bill not being defeated shows how little they care for the American People who need a better healthcare insurance. Its all about the Win for them and not helping people who are suffering because of this obamacare and this is their way of getting even because that criminal hillary did not WIN.


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