RNC chairwoman: Voters will be 'very upset' if GOP health bill doesn't pass

RNC chairwoman: Voters will be 'very upset' if GOP health bill doesn't pass
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Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel said the GOP base would be "very upset" if Republicans don't pass an ObamaCare repeal bill. 

"I think our voters are going to be very upset. I mean they put their faith in us last November and there’s not a single senator in Washington on the Republican side who did not run saying we needed to repeal and replace ObamaCare, and now is their chance; they have this opportunity," Romney McDaniel said Friday on WMAL's "Mornings on the Mall." 

"If we can’t find compromise within our own party, then voters are going to make us accountable." 

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnellAddison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnellSenate GOP breaks record on confirming Trump picks for key court Senate Democrats block resolution supporting ICE The Hill's Morning Report — Trump’s walk-back fails to stem outrage on Putin meeting MORE (R-Ky.) has struggled to find the 51 Republican votes needed to pass the chamber's healthcare reform bill, known as the Better Care Reconciliation Act.

A revised draft was released Thursday with changes aimed at ginning up support among conservatives and moderates. 

But moderates are still holding back their support because the new draft does not address any of the concerns they had about Medicaid cuts and the rollback of ObamaCare's Medicaid expansion. 

McConnell said he still plans for a vote next week. 

"This is our moment, we were tasked to do and we need to get it done and find compromise within our party to help the American people who are suffering with the failure of ObamaCare," Romney McDaniel said.