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President Trump said the Congressional fight to craft and pass meaningful health care legislation is worth it, in order to get rid of "the dead carcass of ObamaCare."

Speaking exclusively with "Fox & Friends Weekend," Trump said he hopes both sides of the aisle can finally come together and pass a bill that "everybody's happy with." 

Pete Hegseth asked Trump about the Democrats' message of "resist," when it comes to their mission in Congress.

"I saw [Sen. Charles] Schumer (D-N.Y.) criticizing the bill a couple of weeks ago - and he had no idea what was in the bill... The Republican senators didn't know because it wasn't released," Trump said.

Hegseth asked about some of the left's rhetoric, like Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) claiming that people will die because of Trump's ObamaCare repeal efforts.

Trump said Warren is "highly overrated" as a voice for the liberal "resistance," and that she loses credibility by consistently displaying "anger and hostility" in public forums.

"I want to see a bill with heart," Trump said of the ObamaCare replacement legislation.

Trump said there is only a "narrow path" to a bill that will please all sides.

Some legislators, like Sen. Dean Heller (R-Nev.), are concerned with the bill's lack of attention to Medicaid programs.

Conversely, in the conservative wing of the party, senators like Ted Cruz of Texas and Rand Paul of Kentucky are concerned the bill does not fully repeal critical parts of ObamaCare.

"We don't have much of a choice, too. Because, the alternative is the dead carcass of ObamaCare," he said.

Trump also discussed President Obama's admission regarding Russia, and the new Veterans' Affairs bill, which Hegseth said the New York Times did not adequately cover.

Watch the clip above and part two below.

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