Hillary Clinton: Today was a victory, 'but this fight isn't over yet'
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Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonMore than 200,000 Wisconsin voters will be removed from the rolls Trump is threatening to boycott the debates — here's how to make sure he shows up Trey Gowdy returns to Fox News as contributor MORE on Friday cheered the cancellation of a vote on a GOP ObamaCare repeal bill, calling it a "victory for all Americans" but cautioning that "this fight isn't over yet."

Clinton tweeted an official statement along with a handful of stories from people who have benefitted from ObamaCare.

"Today was a victory for the 24,000,000 people at risk of losing their health insurance, for seniors, for families battling the quiet epidemic of addiction, for new moms and women everywhere," Clinton said in her statement.

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"Most of all, it's a victory for anyone who believes affordable health care is a human right. We cannot forget: This victory happened because people in every cover of our country committed their time and energy to calling their representatives, showing up at town hall meetings, and making their voices heard."

"The fight isn't over yet," she added, saying that "we will have to push back on future bad ideas and embrace good ones to make health care more affordable." 

Clinton ended her series of tweets with a call to "continue to stand up, organize, resist, put forth good ideas to improve the existing system and people's lives."