Sen. Rand PaulRand PaulPaul: Pence should oversee Senate ObamaCare repeal votes Healthcare fight pits Trump against Club for Growth GOP rep: Trump could be 'one-term president' if healthcare bill passes MORE (R-Ky.) on Sunday said he does not believe proposed Republican healthcare legislation will pass through Congress.
"I don't believe so. I think there's enough conservatives that do not want 'ObamaCare lite,' " Paul said on ABC's "This Week."
Paul during the interview stressed a clean repeal of ObamaCare.
“None of us ran on this plan. We ran on repealing ObamaCare because it doesn’t work,” Paul told ABC’s “This Week.”
“I was elected in 2010 right after it came into place, to repeal it,” Paul said of former President Barack ObamaBarack ObamaSpicer: Trump is 'very confident that he will be vindicated' on surveillance claims Bush DHS secretary: 'Vladimir Putin is winning' Trump ally calls for US to roll back climate commitment MORE’s signature healthcare legislation.
Conservative lawmakers have criticized the GOP measures for keeping certain components of ObamaCare in place.
“We never ran on making the entitlement subsidies permanent,” Paul said.
Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price on Sunday dismissed the proposal for a clean repeal, arguing doing so would put “vulnerable people at risk.”