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Brunell Donald-Kyei, of the National Diversity Coalition for Trump, backed the president in criticizing Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) for the Senate majority leader's sharp critique of the White House.

Donald-Kyei called President Trump a "political rock star" and said that "obstructionist" legislators, along with McConnell and Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), must help pass Trump's agenda.

She said that for seven years, Republicans ran on ObamaCare repeal but failed to pass it when Trump took office.

"[Trump] walked in there with the decision that he was going to Make America Great Again.... and Mitch and [Paul Ryan]... need to get on board that train," she said.

"[It's] simply an issue of Donald Trump [wanting to] Make America Great Again, and we are going to help him do that. And, that's what Congress is there for," Donald-Kyei said on "Special Report."

"There's no reason for this not to have gotten done," she said of ObamaCare repeal.

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