In his opening monologue tonight, Sean Hannity weighed in on the ongoing debate over the GOP ObamaCare replacement plan.

He said that the legislative branch, particularly House Republican leadership, has not served President Trump well.

Hannity explained that Congress has been "contentious, unorganized and disjointed" throughout the whole process, and Trump has essentially been tasked with bringing disparate wings of the Republican Party together.

"The legislative branch was clearly, in spite of all of this talk for seven years, ill-prepared for this moment to lead," Hannity said. "They have now failed the president."

He said it's no surprise that congressional approval is at an "embarrassingly low" 20.8 percent, and he called on Congress to start working with a sense of urgency.

"It's time to fix this mess that you have made for the president," Hannity said. "And it's time for you to give the American people a bill that you have now promised them for almost eight years."

"Can you please do your job? Can you please find a way to work together? Can you please find a way to serve your country, not yourselves, not your reelection? It's time to serve your president and the people you represent."

Let us know what you think in the comments, and see Chris Stirewalt explain why he thinks it's better to "fail fast" on health care.


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