No women among senators working on ObamaCare repeal bill
© Greg Nash

None of the 13 senators working on an ObamaCare repeal plan in the Senate are women.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnellAddison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnellGOP Senate candidate: Kavanaugh 'debacle' 'hugely motivating' to Missouri voters Trump praises McConnell: He ‘stared down the angry left-wing mob’ to get Kavanaugh confirmed Murkowski not worried about a Palin challenge MORE (R-Ky.) has chosen a team of 13 GOP senators to craft a healthcare bill, according to multiple reports.

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Sen. Susan CollinsSusan Margaret CollinsThe Kavanaugh debate was destructive tribalism on steroids: Here’s how we can stop it from happening again Conservative group launches ad campaign thanking Collins after Kavanaugh vote Democrats must end mob rule MORE (R-Maine) was not part of the group, but "has been an integral part of the discussions," according to a Washington Examiner report.

Cornyn told reporters that the purpose of the group "was designed by the leader to sort of be a smaller group of people that represent the different perspectives and points of views within in our conference in an effort to get to yes."

Social media quickly reacted with criticism of the list for being exclusively male.