US president Donald Trump has so far been unable to repeal and replace Obamacare. It was a promise he made to the US citizens during his electoral campaign and has so far been unable to fulfill it. Interestingly, this hasn’t stopped President Donald Trump from citing protests over healthcare funding in Britain in order to attack the Democrat party for advancing towards Universal HealthCare.
In a 204 character Tweet on popular social media website Twitter, Trump wrote, “The Democrats are pushing for Universal HealthCare while thousands of people are marching in the UK because their U system is going broke and not working. Dems want to greatly raise taxes for really bad and non-personal medical care. No thanks!”
The US political party Democrat was pushing for Universal HealthCare in order to offer better healthcare to people around the world. Obamacare was also an initiative by the same political party and it has helped millions of people across the United States of America. Unfortunately, where thousands of providers were getting ready for MACRA, US citizens elected Donald Trump as their president, a person who was totally against major healthcare acts set in place by the previous US president Obama.
Donald Trump further expressed his views on Twitter about Universal Healthcare when he wrote that the act would cause a serious increase in taxes already imposed on the US citizens and bring non-personal medical care to them.
Earlier this Saturday, thousands of people were reported to be marching in London, asking the British government to assign more money to their already overburdened National Health Service. They said that the current allocation failed to give them proper medical attention and they had to bear much of their medical costs themselves.
Although President Trump has sought multiple times to repeal President Barack Obama’s health-care law but has so far remained unsuccessful. Nonetheless, Congress did manage to repeal the unpopular requirement in Obamacare that required most Americans carry insurance and placed a tax penalty on them if they failed to do so. The repealing of the clause is scheduled to take effect next year.