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Kellyanne Conway, counselor to President-elect Donald Trump, said Congress must make good on its promises regarding repeal and replacement of ObamaCare.

Responding to a contention by former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum (R) that there may not be a replacement plan ready for when the law is repealed, Conway said there is a "consensus" on the operating principles for such a plan.

"People who rely on care now will not be stripped of their coverage... [as some on the] hard left" have "scared them into believing," Conway said.

"We need to repeal the ObamaCare tax penalty right away," she said, calling the level of federal government's presence in Americans' lives "invasive, intrusive, expansive and expensive."

She noted that two-thirds of the Republicans in Congress were elected in 2010 or thereafter, which meant they ran for office on the promise to repeal ObamaCare.

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