Huckabee: McCain should sing Britney Spears's 'Oops I did it again'

Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (R) mocked Sen. John McCainJohn Sidney McCainMcConnell: 'Whoever gets to 60 wins' on immigration Meghan McCain: Melania is 'my favorite Trump, by far' Kelly says Trump not likely to extend DACA deadline MORE's (R-Ariz.) decision to vote against the latest ObamaCare repeal and replace legislation on Friday, saying he should sing "Oops I did it again" on "Jimmy Kimmel Live."

"Breaking news on Fox News John McCain set to sing on Kimmel and cover Britney Spears 'Oops I Did It Again!'" Huckabee tweeted, referencing Britney Spear's early 2000s hit. 


Huckabee's tweet comes after McCain announced he would not be voting for the ObamaCare repeal bill sponsored by Sens. Lindsey GrahamLindsey Olin GrahamMcConnell: 'Whoever gets to 60 wins' on immigration Overnight Tech: Uber exec says 'no justification' for covering up hack | Apple considers battery rebates | Regulators talk bitcoin | SpaceX launches world's most powerful rocket Overnight Cybersecurity: Tillerson proposes new cyber bureau at State | Senate bill would clarify cross-border data rules | Uber exec says 'no justification' for covering up breach MORE (R-S.C.) and Bill CassidyWilliam (Bill) Morgan CassidyRepublican agenda clouded by division Sen. Cassidy says he won’t go back on Kimmel after health care fight GOP lawmakers help people injured in train crash MORE (R-La.), saying he would rather take part in bipartisan health-care reform. 

“I cannot in good conscience vote for the Graham-Cassidy proposal. I believe we could do better working together, Republicans and Democrats, and have not yet really tried," McCain said in a statement.

McCain previously cast the deciding vote against a scaled-down ObamaCare repeal measure in late July, killing the bill in a dramatic, late-night voting session.

Kimmel, who has become a prominent voice in the health-care debate after he shared that his son was born with a heart condition that required him to have a open surgery, vocally opposed the Graham-Cassidy repeal push this week and tweeted his support for McCain on Friday.