Former top Obama adviser aims for GOP in tweet — delivers knockout blow to Obama & Pelosi instead

Dan Pfeiffer served in the Obama White House until 2015, first as the White House communications director and then as a senior adviser to former President Barack Obama, so he knows a thing or two about how politics in Washington works.
But when the former White House staffer tried to offer legislative wisdom on Twitter Saturday, things didn’t quite go as planned.
“General rule of politics: If you have to rush to pass your bill before people find out what is in it, you will regret passing that bill,” Pfeiffer tweeted.
General rule of politics: If you have to rush to pass your bill before people find out what is in it, you will regret passing that bill
— Dan Pfeiffer (@danpfeiffer) July 15, 2017
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But as history goes, Democrats broke that rule in one of the most infamous and contentious legislative battles in American history: when they passed the Affordable Care Act — otherwise

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