washington - A final attempt to abolish Obamacare was stranded in the US Congress. The Republicans have failed to get enough support for the relevant bill. Several senators have said that it will not be put to the vote.
'We just do not have time anymore,' said senator Ron Johnson. His republican party colleague Pat Roberts said that the reform of health care, an electoral promise of presidential candidate Donald Trump, 'in any form' will come to an end later.
All plans to end Obamacare have not saved it so far. The tight majority of the Republicans in the Senate (52-48) proved to be fun every time. Apostles, including John McCain, voted against the Democrats.