More than a dozen Senate democrats face off with the President urging him to get the exchange system up and running fast, CNN's Brianna Keilar reports.
At the most recent hearings Wednesday, criticism from Senate Chairman Max Baucus (D-Montana), who voted for Obamacare, may have stung the most
For Congressional Democrats facing reelection next year, Obamacare has become a political liability.
President Obama invited 15 of them to the White House Wednesday afternoon to address their concerns.
"Politico" Senior Reporter Maggie Haberman tells "New Day's" Kate Bolduan it’s too early to say if Democrats will be impacted by the problems.
Haberman says, "I think if we deal with the fix of this in the next three to four months, I think a lot of Obamacare voters is very baked in. They’ve been hearing about this for a long time now, essentially the entire Obama first term. So I think the feelings about the program itself are basically what you know. The problem for the White House is the perception that the President was not up front about this.”
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