Kimmel to Chaffetz: How Will I Call 911 If I Give up My Phone?
KIMMEL: "Of all the Republicans who spoke about the new health care plan, no one did a more eloquent job of advocating for it than representative Jason Chaffetz from Utah."
CAMEROTA: "Access for lower-income Americans doesn't equal coverage."
CHAFFETZ: "Well, we're getting rid of the individual mandate. We're getting rid of those things that people said that they don't want. You know what, Americans have choices. They've got to make a choice. So maybe rather than getting that new iPhone that they just love and they want to go spend hundreds of dollars on, maybe they should invest in their own health care."
KIMMEL: "But if I give up my phone for health insurance, how will I call 911? This was an astonishing way of presenting the new plan."