“We were tasked…to help the American people who are suffering with the failure of Obamacare,” Ronna Romney McDaniel said on Friday.
Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel on Friday said that this is the Republican Party’s “moment” to repeal and replace Obamacare during a radio interview on WMAL “Morning’s on the Mall.”
The chairwoman reminded Republican senators that are standing in opposition to the Better Care Reconciliation Act that every single one of them ran on repealing and replacing Obamacare.
“Now is their chance. They have this opportunity,” McDaniel said. “If we can’t find compromise within our own party, then voters are going to make us accountable.”
“That’s what I hear as I travel this country. I see it every day when I talk to grassroots, when I talk to investors—this is our moment,” McDaniel concluded. “We were tasked to do [it] and we need to get it done and find compromise within our party to help the American people who are suffering with the failure of Obamacare.”
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