washington - Donald Trump has a new plan to fundamentally change the US Health Insurance Act. The president called on Friday the senators of his Republican Party on the current system known as Obamacare to abolish immediately and then only talk about a new system if they can not reach agreement on that. As usual, Trump put his plea on Twitter.
The briefing of the care act is one of the spearheads of the president. He finds the legislation of his predecessor Barack Obama, which ensures that millions of Americans are obliged to be insured for their health, 'failure, expensive and dangerous', but it is not possible to launch an alternative by congressing Congress.
The Republicans have the majority, but they can not agree internally. Extremely conservative senators quickly find government blur undesirable, while moderate partymen do not want to break the system far too far.