Watch: Bill de Blasio, Hannity debate ObamaCare during headline-making interview
Democratic presidential candidate Bill de Blasio and Fox News' Sean Hannity got into it during their headline-making interview over former President Barack Obama's much-debated Affordable Care Act.
"Do you believe the promises of, 'keep your doctor, keep your plan and pay less?' Do you believe that promise was fulfilled, yes or no?" Hannity asked de Blasio during the interview.
The host had earlier quizzed de Blasio on whether or not he believes Obama and former Vice President Joe Biden helped the middle class, to which the New York City mayor responded by citing the Affordable Care Act.
"I believe the Affordable Care Act got millions of people, tens of millions of people health care," de Blasio replied, not answering the question directly.
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The second part of Hannity's interview with de Blasio airs Thursday night at 9pm ET.
"Do you believe when Obama said 'keep your doctor, keep your plan, save money'? Was that promise fulfilled? The answer is no. But go ahead, you can spin," Hannity told de Blasio.
While promoting the Affordable Care Act, Obama famously told Americans that "If you like your health care plan, you can keep it."
Politifact declared Obama's promise as the "Lie of the Year" in 2013.
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Fox News' Joseph A Wulfsohn contributed to this report.