Sen. John McCain (R-AZ)
“What would John McCain do about Obamacare repeal?” is still one of Washington’s favorite games to play.
The Arizona Republican senator McCain kept Obamacare repeal backers hopeful, and its opponents anxious, as he suggested he might (or might not!) support a new bill to replace much of the Affordable Care Act.
McCain suggested Monday he might “reluctantly” vote for theGraham-Cassidy replacement bill if Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey supported the legislation — which the governor promptly did.
However, McCain told reporters hours later that “I’m not supportive of the bill, yet.”