After weeks of speculation, President Trump has finally revealed his healthcare plan which will replace Obamacare, and which he hopes will be voted through by the Senate.
"It's the best healthcare plan ever," he smirked. "It's so cheap and available to everyone. Christians will love it."
The plan is that at a non-denominational nunnery - the Church of Holy Christ in Massachussets - nuns will be shown a list of all ill people in the country, and will pray for them 24 hours a day, working in shifts.
The proposed healthcare system has been attacked by doctors and patients. Even insurance companies have protested that they will no longer be able to blackmail customers for more money by threatening to withholding treatments.
Republicans were nevertheless rapturous about the plans. Senator Cock Mustily said, "I haven't been so excited about a piece of legislation since they brought back the death penalty."