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Vice president-elect Mike Pence told Sean Hannity on Tuesday that President-elect Donald Trump's first order of business after Inauguration Day will be to repeal ObamaCare.

Pence said the appointment of Rep. Tom Price (R-Ga.), an orthopaedic surgeon by trade and a staunch critic of the law, is a clear sign that Trump will do just that.

Price will "put forward common sense, free market solutions that will lower the cost of health insurance," Pence said.

Incoming chief of staff Reince Priebus and Pence will meet with Congressional leaders on Wednesday to discuss ObamaCare and other issues, he said.

Pence said ObamaCare's replacement will try to incorporate some of Trump's campaign suggestions like the ability to purchase coverage across state lines and harnessing the power of the free market.

"Buckle up, we're going to go to work for the American people," Pence said.

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