Sunday, 16 July 2017 () PHOENIX -- Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced Saturday night that he will postpone consideration of the Senate's health care legislation while Sen. John McCain recovers from surgery for a blood clot. The announcement came as President Donald Trump's administration struggled Saturday to raise support from U.S. governors for the revised health care bill. Doctors at Phoenix's Mayo Clinic Hospital said McCain underwent a "minimally invasive" procedure Friday to remove the nearly 2-inch blood clot above his left eye. Doctors said in a statement that the surgery went "very well." McCain was advised by doctors to remain in Arizona this week, his office said. [PRESIDENT TRUMP:...
Not even brain cancer could keep Arizona Sen. John McCain from getting back to the nation’s capital on Tuesday to cast his procedural vote on the latest health care bill. McCain's entrance into the Senate chamber was met with applause from fellow senators on both sides of the aisle. Take a look at...
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