“The American people in November sent Republicans to Washington … with the expectation that we would repeal and replace Obamacare,” McDaniel said during an interview.
RNC Chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel on Monday said that Democrats “have decided to not be part of the solution at all” when it comes to fixing Obamacare during an interview on Fox Business.
“Well, I think the president is completely in sync with the American people,” McDaniel said. “The American people in November sent Republicans to Washington with a majority in the Senate and the House and the White House with the expectation that we would repeal and replace Obamacare.”
McDaniel continued, “so this is such a pivotal time for our party. It’s critical that we fulfill the promises that we campaigned on because people are hurting across this country.”
“Of course, we always need to remember the Democrats put this in place,” McDaniel concluded. “They didn’t bring Republicans in to pass a bipartisan health care law in Obamacare. It is failing, it is crumbling at a rapid pace, quicker than anyone expected, and now they’re sitting on their hands and have decided to not be part of the solution at all. So it’s up to Republicans, and the president is leading our party and saying get it done.”
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