Mike Lee: W.H. Staff Tried to Argue with Me, They Wanted Me to Vote for the Bill

‘They kept talking about how the bill was going to pass’


LEE: "Well, they tried to argue with me. I’ll let them speak for themselves. They wanted me to vote for the bill. They kept talking about how the bill was going to pass. And my response ultimately to that is if they’ve got enough votes to pass it without mine, if they don’t want my vote, if they don’t need my vote, they are free to fush forward with it. If they want my vote and my support I outlined some of the things they could do to bring about my vote. It would have to address the problem of the insurance regulations under ObamaCare."

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