Schweizer to ObamaCare Architect: 'If You Lose Bill Clinton, The War Is Lost'
"Clinton Cash" author Peter Schweizer debated ObamaCare architect Dr. Zeke Emanuel on "The Fox News Specialists."
Emanuel, brother of Mayor Rahm Emanuel (D-Chicago), said ObamaCare is "more successful than anyone thought."
He said that health care premiums are lower than they were under President Bush.
Schweizer disagreed, remarking that when ObamaCare supporters "lose Bill Clinton, I think the war is lost."
Clinton, who attempted to enact "HillaryCare" in the 1990s, called ObamaCare the "craziest thing in the world" last year.
"You've got this crazy system, where all of a sudden 25 million more people have healthcare.
[But] the people that are out there busting it--sometimes 60 hours a week--wind up with their premiums doubled and their coverage cut in half," Clinton said in October in Michigan.
Emanuel said Republicans could stabilize the health care marketplace by fully enforcing the ObamaCare mandate.
Eboni Williams took issue with that statement, saying that in her personal cost-benefit analysis, it is more economical to pay the ObamaCare penalty than shell out hundreds for coverage.
"[It] makes no sense," she said.