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Hillary Clinton Once Again Makes Burning Republicans on Twitter Look So Easy

08 July 2017

Hillary Clinton tweeted a link to her health care plan Wednesday afternoon after Republicans accused her of not offering a solution to Obamacare's problems.

As it stands now, the Senate health care bill is one of the most widely disliked pieces of legislation in modern American political history. Just pages of pages of them. She had more sections of positions and promises on her campaign website than anyone else who ran in 2016. They were concrete. She could recite them and defend them at will.

He maintained that people could still believe Trump won the election honestly and be disturbed by Russia's level of involvement and attempted election sabotage saying, "we have to punch them back hard". Of course she did.

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But what Republicans have left Democrats out of the process in drafting a health care plan altogether, refusing to hold public hearings or mark-ups that offer Democrats the opportunity to propose ideas. When the GOP account turned its focus to the former Democratic presidential nominee ― which was a little odd to begin with, considering Clinton lost the election eight months ago, and has announced no future political plans ― she was ready. This tweet also asked about an alternative health care plan, and unlike the others pointed out in these tweets, Hillary answered. Never mind that Senate Republicans have been criticized for keeping much of the decision-making around their version of the healthcare plan behind closed doors. The bill, dubbed Hillarycare, failed without coming to a vote. "Elizabeth Warren has also said she is in favor of single-payer".

"Right here. Includes radical provisions like how not to kick 23 mil [people] off their coverage. Where's THEIR plan?" An accompanying tweet attacked Clinton directly, asking for her plan.

Hillary Clinton Once Again Makes Burning Republicans on Twitter Look So Easy