Republican Alabama Representative Mo Brooks said Friday on CNN’s “New Day,” that it is possibly time for for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) ‘to step down from his leadership position if he is unable to repeal Obamacare,’ reported Breitbart.
The representative continued to explain that if the Obamacare repeal was not accomplished, then he most likely would be unable to achieve other parts of President Donald Trump’s agenda.
“Unquestionably the leadership at the top is responsible,” Brooks said.
“The buck stops there, that’s why you take on that kind of responsibility,” Brooks said.
“And if Mitch McConnell cannot get the job done on this, how is he going to get the job done on the rest of President Trump’s agenda over the next three-and-a-half years? As I see it right now, this is a killer … It’s not necessarily anything bad about Mitch McConnell himself personally. But he’s got a job to do, and if he can’t do it then, as ‘The Apprentice’ would say, ‘you’re fired,’ get somebody who can.”
— CNN (@CNN) July 28, 2017