Dictator-elect Donito Cheetolini may have scored points with his dimwitted, gap-toothed, pointy-headed, cousin-marrying supporters by referring to Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer as a “clown.” He failed to score with Senator Schumer.

The President-elect called Schumer a “clown” in a tweet early Thursday morning and blasted Democrats for not working with Republicans on a plan to replace Obamacare. The tweet followed Wednesday comments from Schumer that Democrats will wait to see Republicans’ Obamacare replacement plan.

On Thursday, Schumer again called out Republicans for not yet having a plan to replace Obamacare.
“I’d say to President-elect [sic] that this is serious, serious stuff. People’s health is at stake, and people’s lives are at stake,” Schumer told reporters on Capitol Hill when asked about Trump’s comments.

“Now, we understand that President-elect Trump is in a difficult spot, that Republicans are in a difficult spot. They want to repeal ACA, and have no idea how to replace it,” he said. “But instead of calling names, [the] President-elect should roll up his sleeves and show us a replacement plan that will cover the 20 million Americans who gained coverage, that will cover students or post-college students, 21 to 26, who want to stay on their parents’ plan, that will show how we cover people with pre-existing conditions.”

“So I’d say to the President-elect and the Republicans that this is not a time for calling names. It’s time for them to step up to the plate if they want to repeal, and show us what they’d replace it with,” Schumer added.

Dictator-elect Cheetolini has yet to respond to being stood-up to by an adult.

 

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