American Senator John McCain, who finally discovered a dangerous form of Brain Cancer, was congratulated on his heroic return to the Capitol on Tuesday, but quickly took a swipe at the party's balance and the president for party politics.

McCain spoke extensively before the Senate and gave a passionate impression on other Republican members of Congress and the trump administration officials who during the Republican campaign of the President and since the assumption of office by Trump had few accomplishments.

The impact of McCain's return to the Senate

McCain has returned dramatically to his Arizona home to vote in a critical vote to support one of the main legislative bills of Senate, which aims to abolish the 2010 Obamacare Law.

McCain entered the Senate in a permanent oath, a voice that helped Republicans open the debate on the ground, establishing a space that would replace Obamacare. After the vote, McCain took the floor and asked the rest of the Republicans to deal with Trump, who has often blasted Congress and Republicans as a result of the failure to approve his agenda.

McCain, who for 30 years was in the Senate and was declared successful in 2008. He often criticized Trump administration, particularly in the field of foreign affairs and national security.

McCain urged Democrats to support Republicans bill

But most of his comments on Tuesday were sent to other senators. He encouraged the legislative bill in the Senate, closed the Democrats and drafted the bill outside the public debate.

McCain repeatedly asserted that 2010 the Democrats did something better when Obamacare happened.

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Democrats say they made an effort to cooperate with Republicans in 2010, but they did not find a common body.

Democratic leaders were opposed to Senator Mitch McConnell's proposal to open a debate on medical care on Tuesday. Two Republican senators opposed this effort, which took 50 to 50 votes and forced Vice President Mike Pens to vote.

McCain said that during the vote on the start of the debate, he hoped that the Republican effort to eliminate and replace Obamacare would not fail and went further to ask his party to work with the Democrats to create a new Health Law. He also admits a certain responsibility for politicians in Washington.

McCain encourages senators to cooperate, and stop listening to radio, television and the Internet; he added that they do not want to do anything for the public good.