On "Hannity" tonight, Herman Cain said that Republicans are committed to repealing and replacing ObamaCare, and their replacement will be much simpler and fairer than the "monstrosity" of the Affordable Care Act.

"Competition and choice are what's going to make it more convenient and drive down prices for everybody," Cain said.

Hannity said he was surprised to hear House Speaker Paul Ryan say that replacing ObamaCare could take a whole year.

Cain agreed with Ryan's assessment and cautioned President-elect Donald Trump and congressional Republicans about making the timeframe for replacing ObamaCare too short.

"You want to exceed expectations," Cain explained. "You don’t want to set the timeframe so short that then you go over it, because then those vultures out there that are on a witch hunt will use that to hit the Republicans across the head."

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