Conway: This is the end of ObamaCare

Conway: This is the end of ObamaCare
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White House counselor Kellyanne ConwayKellyanne Elizabeth ConwayBartender cursed at Stephen Miller as he picked up takeout sushi: Washington Post Conway retweets vice president fan account criticizing CNN reporter Ingraham asks Kellyanne Conway: Is Trump ‘reconsidering’ language used toward the press after newsroom shooting? MORE on Thursday described the Republican healthcare push as the end of ObamaCare.

During an appearance on “Fox & Friends,” Conway noted that ObamaCare has been law for more than seven years, saying “sinking battleships turn very slowly." 

“This is the beginning of the end of ObamaCare. So it’s not perfect,” Conway told the hosts.

“It’s not what some people would want, but it certainly is a big step forward to rescuing those millions of Americans who were lied to by the last president about keeping their plan and keeping their doctor.” 

Conway’s comments come as the Senate debates various plans to repeal and replace ObamaCare.

“And they’ve not been able to either use the phony baloney worthless piece of paper called an insurance card because the premiums are too high and those who want the cost of the deductible and the premiums to decrease so they can actually access healthcare for them and their families,” Conway added.

Conway said the Republican healthcare efforts also seek to help small business owners who she says they hear from “constantly” about not being able to afford provide health benefits.