Issa Shoots Down Reporter’s Question On Health Plan Stance: It’s ‘None Of Your Business’
The Republican followed up when asked by a California-based journalist on Twitter saying that he's undecided and still reviewing the changes to the bill.
Issa: ObamaCare Repeal Position 'None Of Your Business'
Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) refused to share his position on the House GOP’s revised healthcare bill in a tense exchange on Tuesday. As Issa waited for an elevator to leave the House floor, reporters asked Issa what his position is on the GOP’s latest healthcare proposal. “None of your business,” Issa replied tersely. (Marcos, 5/2)
The San Diego Union-Tribune:
Issa Tells Reporters His Position On Health Care Is 'None Of Your Business'
Rep. Darrell Issa says he is still examining the House Republican health care bill and has not taken a position on it yet. His staff added that’s what he’s been saying in recent days. But it was his blunt response Tuesday to a question about where he stood while waiting for an elevator to leave the House floor that became a buzz on social media and resulted in an article in The Hill, a political publication that focuses on Congress.“None of your business,” Issa told reporters inquiring about how he intended to vote, according to The Hill’s Cristina Marcos. (Smolens, 5/2)
Los Angeles Times:
California's House Republicans Are Crucial To This Week's Healthcare Push. Here's Where They Stand
House Republican leaders are working feverishly to find a few members to support a bill to roll back the Affordable Care Act, and they could use some help from some in California’s GOP delegation who haven't taken a position on it. News outlets that have polled the entire GOP caucus say they've found 19 to 22 Republicans who will vote against it. That’s focused attention on roughly two dozen undecided members. Eight of them are Californians. (Wire, 5/2)