Donald Trump has released a damning attack on the NHS, saying Britain’s treasured system of universal health care is “going broke and not working”.
The United States President was rebuked by Theresa May’s workplace today simply Two Days after 60,000 individuals struck the streets to require Tory ministers money the NHS properly.Saturday’s rally, backed by the Mirror, saw Labour and protesters blame”8 years of Tory underfunding”for cancelled operations, ambulance delays, personnel stress and long waits in A&E. Comparing the march to his own domestic battle over healthcare, billionaire Republican Trump declared it showed universal care can not be managed at all.He tweeted:”The Democrats are pressing for Universal HealthCare while thousands of individuals
are marching in the UK because their U system is going broke and not working. Click to play Tap to play The video will begin in Cancel Play now
, like we’re doing today in the rain, to remind the government that
there’s neither political mandate nor popular viewpoint to privatise it, to underfund it, or to go to war with individuals that run it, but that’s what’s taking place.”