Susan Collins and Rand Paul are the two senators that have blown the whole matter about replacing the Obama care out of proportion. President Donald Trump won’t be taking the matter lying down and has promised to repeal. This will provide an opportunity for the republicans to begin pursuing the deal afresh.

Mitch McConnell, the Senate Majority Leader will from today have some heavy-lifting to do. The senator is rather pessimistic. While speaking to a number of top news reporters, he disclosed that the chances of the repeal going through stood very slim chances.

During his heated up campaigns, Trump had confidently promised Americans his dedication to see to it that they gained access to a new wellness program. It was meant to replace the famous Obamacare, which witnessed about 20 million Americans access healthcare coverage. The challenges being witnessed in passing the new bill is not something good for Trump considering that he has always been a leader that has continued to showcase determination in everything he does.

Most of the Republicans during interviews have expressed similar views in relation to the matter. They see the 2010 legislation as some overreach of the federal system insisting that the various patients in the U.S were exposed to higher premiums and little in terms of choice.

The involved parties went ahead to make an alternative proposal that wasn’t favorable to the poor in society. It imposed sharp cuts to the poor not forgetting that the various insurers provided less coverage according to BBC.

Jerry Moran and Mike Lee have given their word in relation to the matter citing that the new legislation did not do much in repealing Obamacare.

While speaking to number journalists, Mr Moran outlined, “We should not put our stamp of approval on bad policy. In addition to not repealing all of the Obamacare taxes [the bill] doesn’t go far enough in lowering premiums for middle class families; nor does it create enough free space from the most costly Obamacare regulations.”Most of the Americans are closely following on matter to find to see the final resolution.