Gov. Scott to Congress: Ignore Distractions, Get Things Done
In the wake of recent reports about President Donald Trump sharing classified intelligence with Russian diplomats and asking then-FBI Director James Comey to shut down the federal investigation into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, Florida Gov. Rick Scott says it's important for the Republican Party to stay focused on implementing their agenda.
"The bottom line is: politicians are elected to do a job," Scott said on "Happening Now" today. "Once you're elected, do your job."
He said Congress needs to focus on repealing and replacing ObamaCare and fixing the economy, not the latest reports about the president and his administration.
"There's always going to be chaos and things in Washington like this. Congress has got to get these things done," Scott said.
He also spoke about a new super PAC he will chair that aims to “re-brand and reinvent the Republican Party.”
He said they are going to focus on deregulation, which will help the U.S. economy "blossom."
Scott said the super PAC will appeal to younger voters and Hispanics, and it will help the GOP nationwide.
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