The Affordable Care Act's troubled website may be working more effectively, but Americans must now worry about whether their personal information will be safe from hackers.
"[The administration has] created such a sense of desperation, they have had millions of Americans kicked off their healthcare plan; they don't have anywhere to go," West told "The Steve Malzberg Show" on Newsmax TV.
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"Now, if they do choose to go to this healthcare exchange, which is still sporadically working, they risk the chance of their private, personal information being co-opted, and that puts them in even more of a desperate situation," West said Tuesday.
"This is a train wreck, as [Montana] Sen. Max Baucus said. It is not going to get any better."
He urged Republicans to kick back and let the Affordable Care Act crash on its own.
"I hope that a lot of my Republican allies and former colleagues are listening: [the Democrats] have walked i
nto their own minefield. Don't help them, and don't show them the way out of it," West said.
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