Washington( CNN) The Senate will not voting time the Graham-Cassidy bill to abolish Obamacare, Republican leaders announced Tuesday.
The decision is another gale to President Donald Trump’s attempts to repeal Obamacare, a long-time Republican campaign promise and a centerpiece of his legislative programme. Trump is now also hovering the relevant recommendations of working with Democrat on changes to the health care statute, repeating its own budget treat he reached earlier this month.
Majority Leader Mitch McConnell met with lawmakers Tuesday to take stock of where his members are on the proposal and impel the call once and for all if Graham-Cassidy, the latest legislation to cancel and supplant Obamacare, will get a vote in the Senate. The decision was that the votes plainly weren’t there.