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Jesse Watters sounded off on the Senate GOP's failed ObamaCare replacement plan.

On "The Five," Watters said that the party can't "drain the swamp" as promised while "members of your own party are plugging the hole."

He said three Republican senators single-handedly torpedoed the legislation.

Susan Collins of Maine, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and Shelley Moore Capito of West Virginia refused to sign onto the plan.

Watters said the trio are "independent-minded senators from poor states who got hooked on the Medicaid money" that ObamaCare provides.

He added that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) is not a "closer" when it comes to deal-making.

Watters said Republicans also had no plan with which to hit the ground running upon President Trump's inauguration.

"The GOP couldn't even stay on message," he said, remarking that they have been using terms that allow the Democrats to capitalize on their disorganization.

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