The Republican victory, giving candidate Donald Trump the keys to the White House and with the party itself retaining dominance in Congress, could become a death-blow for Obamacare. Some 22 million people could lose their health insurance. Both Trump and the Republicans en masse have repeatedly slammed the current healthcare system, Barack

Obama’s signature Obamacare (Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act). For six years now they have been making calls for the act to be repealed, but so far only managed to pass several bills amending it. The criticism skyrocketed two weeks ago when the Obama administration announced that Obamacare premiums will be further increased next year, while the choice of insurers will be cut by half. READ MORE