Appearing with MSNBC host Rachel Maddow on Friday, a New York congressman called out a Republican House member from a neighboring district for ducking his constituents' questions about the newly passed GOP health care plan and said he might hold a town hall there himself.
Saying, "If it takes a Democrat," to face constituents to talk about their health care worries, Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (D-NY) said he's willing to go to GOP districts and host town halls.
"Maybe a Democrat ought to go into every district where a Republican who supported TrumpCare won't hold a town hall meeting, and do it for them," Maloney told Maddow "I think every Republican who voted for this thing ought to have to stand in front of their voters and explain it."
Maloney was focusing his ire on New York Republican Rep. John Faso who is refusing to meet with constituents, including one woman, Andrea Mitchell (not the NBC host), who is suffering from brain cancer and worries she will be left without insurance under the AHCA.
Addressing Faso reluctance to face the music after his vote for House Majority Leader Paul Ryan's (R-WI) Obamacare replacement, Maloney fired a direct shot at the New York Republican.
"And if it takes a Democrat to go in and do it for them for a while, I'll explain what's in this bill, and if he doesn't like it, he should stand up and explain it himself.," Maloney explained.
Watch the video below via MSNBC: