White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus doubled down on a tweet President Donald Trump sent in which he partially blamed the conservative House Freedom Caucus for the ObamaCare replacement bill's defeat.

Trump also blamed Democrats' inability to work with Republicans for the legislation's failure, tweeting that the current law will eventually "explode."

"I think the president is 100 percent correct, and he hits the bulls-eye," Priebus said. "We can't be chasing the perfect all the time.  Sometimes you have to take the good and put it in your pocket and take the win."

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He said several Republican factions are "scrambling" in the wake of the bill's defeat, saying that Freedom Caucus members and those in the moderate Tuesday Group are now working to find ways to prevent an ObamaCare "implosion."

Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) and at least one co-chairman of the Tuesday Group, Rep. Charlie Dent (R-Pa.), had expressed their opposition to the legislation.

Priebus said he hopes that all sides, including Democrats, will come to the table in the future to craft a workable replacement to ObamaCare.

"This president is not a partisan president," he said, adding that if the leadership can draft a bill that can pass the House with solely Republican support, they will also approve it.

Watch the full interview above, and check out Freedom Caucus member Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) responding to the ObamaCare replacement bill's failure HERE.

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