U.S. President Donald trump has accused his fellow party member, the Republican Senator from Arizona John McCain in voter fraud. The reason for the discontent of the White house was that McCain did not support another plan for health care reform.
“Democrats, mocking, said that McCain was “moment of courage”. Tell that to the people in Arizona who were deceived,” wrote trump on Twitter, stating “116%” increase in health insurance.
Democrats are laughingly saying that McCain had a “moment of courage.” Tell that to the people of Arizona who were deceived. 116% increase!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 23, 2017
This week McCain has opposed attempts to repeal health care reform, carried out under the previous President Barack Obama. With the current balance of forces in the Senate, the McCain vote could be decisive, said RIA Novosti.
With the end of the financial year on 30 September a number of provisions of Obamacare will be impossible to abolish by a simple majority of the votes in the Senate, Congress, and the qualified majority for the Republicans is not reached, even with the voice of McCain.
The project of Obamacare (Affordable Care Act) was enacted in 2010 under Obama. He allowed more than 25 million not previously insured individuals to provide a medical service. However, for those who do not receive subsidies from the state, the cost of insurance has increased. Trump and the majority of Republicans believe the system is ineffective and try to replace it with his own initiative.