Dana Loesch thinks that House Republicans' ObamaCare replacement bill is an insult to the American people and to the Trump administration.

On "America's Newsroom" today, Loesch said that the GOP's American Health Care Act is a "swamp monster" that will put Republicans at risk in the 2018 midterm election.

"If people are going to talk about draining the swamp, this is literally the creature from the black lagoon, this ObamaCare 2.0 bill," Loesch said.

She explained that the Republicans' bill keeps many of the worst aspects of ObamaCare, while also doing away with cost controls.

"It could actually end up costing exponentially more than what the original ObamaCare bill did," Loesch warned.

She argued that the bill is actually an insult to the American people and President Trump.

"It's a giant middle finger to America, it's a giant middle finger to the Trump administration," Loesch said. "We did not protest in the street for eight years to get ObamaCare lite. And they better think long and hard before they try to walk something like this up to the Resolute desk."

Watch more above, and see Sen. Tom Cotton explain why he thinks the GOP should "start over" on their ObamaCare replacement plan.


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