The Republican National Committee is out with a new ad criticizing Democrats for failing to put forward their own plan to fix Obamacare and urging them to work with Republicans to reform the healthcare system.

The roughly 90-second ad features notable Democrats, including Hillary Clinton, Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and Sen. Al Franken of Minnesota, as well as Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., admitting there are problems with the 2010 healthcare law and that fixes are needed.

The ad also includes footage of reporters asking Democrats if they have a plan to repair the law.

"Democrats know Obamacare is broken. We have a plan to fix it. Where's their plan?" the RNC's ad asks.

"Everyone agrees Obamacare has been a disaster for the American people. While Republicans work to fix our broken healthcare system, Democrats have dug in their heels in the name of partisanship, instead focused on obstruction and resistance," RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel said in a statement. "It's part time do-nothing Democrats in Washington put aside their political games and work together with Republicans to provide affordable and accessible healthcare to all Americans."

The House passed a bill repealing and replacing parts of Obamacare in May, and Senate Republicans revealed their own plan to unwind the healthcare law last month.

But the Senate's proposal was criticized by conservatives for not repealing enough of Obamacare and by centrists for the changes the bill made to Medicaid.

Several Senate Republicans also rebuked their party for drafting the healthcare bill behind closed doors and without any involvement from Democrats.

Because of growing opposition from GOP senators, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., delayed a vote on the plan until after the Senate returns from its week-long, July Fourth recess.

After the vote was delayed, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., challenged President Trump to "start over" on healthcare reform and work with Democrats.

"I would make my friends on the Republican side and President Trump an offer: Let's turn over a new leaf. Let's start over," Schumer said on the Senate floor.

"President Trump, I challenge you to invite us, all 100 of us, Republican and Democrat, to Blair House to discuss a new bipartisan way forward on healthcare in front of all the American people," he continued.