Warren: I’m not doing ‘touchdown dance’ after GOP healthcare collapse

Warren: I’m not doing ‘touchdown dance’ after GOP healthcare collapse

Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth Ann WarrenKamala Harris picks Baltimore as headquarters for potential 2020 campaign: report Dem voters split on importance of women atop the ticket in 2020 Elizabeth Warren heading to Puerto Rico next week MORE (D-Mass.) said Tuesday she isn't declaring victory over the collapse of the Senate Republican healthcare bill, pointing to the GOP's long history of working to repeal key provisions of ObamaCare.

"I’m not doing a touchdown dance over health care today. This zombie bill has come back from the dead over [and] over again," Warren wrote on Twitter.


The Democratic senator similarly criticized the GOP plan in a tweet-storm last month, saying the proposal comes back to life “more often than the lead zombie in a horror movie.”

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnellAddison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnellTSA agents protest government shutdown at Pittsburgh airport The case for Russia sanctions Pompeo planning to meet with Pat Roberts amid 2020 Senate speculation MORE (R-Ky.) said Tuesday evening that Republicans would try to move forward with their plan to repeal ObamaCare next week, despite them appearing short of the needed votes to pass the measure.

GOP Sens. Susan CollinsSusan Margaret CollinsOvernight Defense: Trump unveils new missile defense plan | Dems express alarm | Shutdown hits Day 27 | Trump cancels Pelosi foreign trip | Senators offer bill to prevent NATO withdrawal McConnell blocks bill to reopen most of government Bipartisan senators reintroduce bill to prevent Trump from withdrawing from NATO MORE (Maine), Lisa MurkowskiLisa Ann MurkowskiKaine to force Senate to hold rare Saturday session amid shutdown Senate rejects government-wide ban on abortion funding Senators look for possible way to end shutdown MORE (Alaska) and Shelley Moore CapitoShelley Wellons Moore CapitoOvernight Energy: Wheeler weathers climate criticism at confirmation hearing | Dems want Interior to stop drilling work during shutdown | 2018 was hottest year for oceans Dems blast EPA nominee at confirmation hearing Republican senators skeptical of using national emergency for wall funding MORE (W.Va.) all spoke out against McConnell's push this week for a clean repeal of ObamaCare after Republicans' plans for a repeal-and-replace bill collapsed.