Interview with President Obama on Health Care Law Repeal
President Obama participated in an interview with Ezra Klein and Sarah Kliff on the Affordable Care Act. The president said he would support repealing his health care law if Republicans could put forward a better plan. He emphasized that Republican efforts to repeal the law and replace it later would be “a huge disservice to the American people.” He also outlined the successes and shortcomings of the Affordable Care Act and took questions from listeners in the audience. The interview took place at the Blair House in Washington, D.C. close
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Barack Obama U.S. President United States
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