Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced Saturday that the healthcare vote to dismantle Obamacare would be delayed as Senator John McCain recovers this week from a blood clot surgery he had on Friday in Phoenix. Colette Luke reports.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell delaying a vote on a bill to repeal and replace Obamacare until Arizona Senator John McCain recovers from surgery…. McConnell making the announcement after McCain said he would remain in Arizona this week after having surgery Friday to remove a two-inch blood clot from above his left eye… Two out of the 52 Republican Senators in the chamber have already said they would not support the bill - Rand Paul from Kentucky and Susan Collins of Maine… Without McCain, there was doubt that Senate Republicans would be able to get the 50 'yes' votes needed to pass legislation dismantling Obamacare... All Senate Democrats and two independent senators oppose the bill. McCain's office said the Senator was in good condition and resting comfortably at home following his surgery at the Mayo Clinic Hospital in Phoenix…. It is unclear how long the Senate vote will be delayed.