Chelsea Clinton says that her mother, Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, will do something about the "crushing costs" of Obamacare medical insurance.
Obamacare celebrated its sixth birthday this week.
In a campaign appearance in Madison, Wisconsin, this week, Chelsea Clinton also admitted that the Democrats have zero chance of retaking the U.S. House of Representatives from the Republicans in this election cycle, the Washington Post reported.
"The campaign has routinely deployed the former First Daughter to college areas where her mother is not popular," the Post added.
Hillary Clinton has closely associated herself with President Obama's signature healthcare reform legislation, which cleared Congress on a straight party-line vote, and Chelsea previously created a controversy in the run-up to the New Hampshire Primary by accusing her mom's rival Bernie Sanders of attempting to dismantle Obamacare.
Sanders, who voted for Obamacare, has proposed a Medicare-for-all plan, a completely government-run program that he claims will be far more cost effective than the status quo.
"Hillary Clinton has labeled a plan like Sanders' unrealistic and instead suggested that she would make improvements on Obamacare's back... Clinton, like her daughter, has had to publicly acknowledge some of the shortcomings of the law," the Daily Mail noted.
"Hillary Clinton has touted on the campaign trail how she worked for universal health care as first lady and that Obamacare was first called Hillarycare. She has defended the Affordable Care Act as an important step to universal coverage but has said that the landmark legislation turns full-time jobs into part-time jobs as employers try to keep their own costs down," the Washington Free Beacon explained.