'Sharknado' enters ObamaCare debate

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Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnellAddison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnellCongress had a good couple of weeks — now let's keep it going McCarthy: 'The Mueller investigation has got to stop' McConnell: Mueller 'ought to wrap it up' MORE (R-Ky.) was first out of the gate. 

His campaign tweeted a graphic questioning whether a tornado full of sharks could take down the stack of ObamaCare regulations that Republicans use as a prop during press conferences and hearings.

Then it was Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen SebeliusKathleen SebeliusMr. President, let markets help save Medicare IRS Tax Day glitch exposes antiquated tech infrastructure Trump administration's reforms could make welfare work again MORE's turn. Sebelius tweeted that, beginning in 2014, Sharknado injuries would be covered as a preexisting condition under ObamaCare.

Earlier on Friday, the Environmental Protection Agency dispelled any links between climate change and shark-filled tornados.