Senate to delay vote on Republican healthcare bill

Senate to delay vote on Republican healthcare bill

Senator John McCain's message to USA allies confused by mixed messages from the White House on foreign policy was that, "sometimes it's important to watch what the President does rather than what he says".

Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Saturday he will delay consideration of health care legislation in the Senate, after Sen.

McCain underwent surgery in Phoenix on Friday to remove a blood clot from above his left eye. McConnell tweeted that the Senate will work on other legislative issues and nominations next week and "will defer consideration of the Better Care Act" while McCain is recovering from his surgery.

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The Republican's bill is created to replace former President Barack Obama's signature health-care law, known as the Obamacare. In addition to two announced GOP "no" votes from moderate Susan Collins of ME and conservative Rand Paul of Kentucky, there were at least a half-dozen other Republican senators who were withholding support from or expressing reservations about the bill McConnell released Thursday. It's already looking like they have enough support to pass it as is.

McCain had announced earlier on Saturday that he would not be in the Senate next week, depriving Republicans of a key vote.

With McConnell's health care legislation already hanging by a thread in the Senate with no votes to spare, McCain's absence meant it would become impossible for the majority leader to round up the votes needed to move forward with the bill next week as planned. McConnell and the GOP need every vote they can get if they want to repeal and replace Obamacare, and without McCain, it will be extremely hard to pass the legislation.

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The Mayo Clinic Hospital in Phoenix said the senator is in good condition and is resting at home. "Once the pathology information is available, further care will be discussed between doctors and the family".

Doctors ordered a week of rest, the statement from McCain's office said.

As for McCain, there were plenty of well wishes for the Senator from Arizona.

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"Elaine and I, along with the entire Senate family, wish John the very best and wish him a speedy recovery", McConnell said in a statement that referred to his wife, Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao.