The Internet Rubs Failure To Repeal Obamacare In Trump’s Face As He Rage-Tweets


At first, it seemed as if only two Republican women had balls in the GOP, but then last night in an amazing and dramatic turn of events, Sen. John McCain got his Maverick back and voted no on the Obamacare repeal plan. As you might have guessed, amateur president Donald Trump had an epic meltdown at his political podium, Twitter. Late last night, Trump was cheering for Republicans to take away health care from tens of thousands of Americans. “Go Republican Senators, Go! Get there after waiting for 7 years. Give America great healthcare!” he tweeted.

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But then, Republican Senators Lisa Murkowski, John McCain, and Susan Collins stopped this travesty which was unfolding before our eyes.

Four hours after his first tweet, Trump wrote, “3 Republicans and 48 Democrats let the American people down. As I said from the beginning, let ObamaCare implode, then deal. Watch!”

Trump doesn’t want to fix Obamacare, he just wants his predecessor’s name erased from history, but even if he succeeded in helping to pass the GOP ‘health care’ measure last night, Barack Obama will still be remembered as America’s 12th greatest President.

Early this morning, Trump’s screamy-ragey tweets began.”If Republicans are going to pass great future legislation in the Senate, they must immediately go to a 51 vote majority, not senseless 60…” he tweeted.

“…Even though parts of healthcare could pass at 51, some really good things need 60. So many great future bills & budgets need 60 votes….” he continued.

Mitch McConnell and Trump did not get 51 votes last night so the amateur president’s math-challenged tweet makes no sense.

Twitter users called him out.

Obama’s legacy remains intact. It’s up to Republicans to join Democrats in order to fix what needs to be fixed and move forward. Or, they could just spend another 7 years trying to take away health care from hard working Americans and let their legacy be ridiculed in the history books in the years to come.


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