The Trump administration sent top White House officials to Capitol Hill today in an effort to convince House lawmakers to find common ground on the current proposed health care legislation. The White House is pushing for a vote this week, but it is still unclear whether there is enough support to pass it.
Today on "Dana," one of the congressmen voting against the bill, Thomas Massie (R-Ky.), joined Dana Loesch and took issue with his colleagues.
A waiver amendment allowing states to opt out of some parts of the Affordable Health Care Act is not enough of an improvement to convince Massie to vote for the bill, although he admits it did make it "a little bit more conservative." He said some Republicans are now blatantly saying that they like Obamacare and that current bill is too close to a repeal for them
The congressman said he would have liked to have warned the President: "When you come to drain the swamp, don't ask the creatures in the swamp how to drain the swamp."