After Apology, Obama Vows to ‘Push Back’ Against Healthcare Critics

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Hours after President Barack Obama declared in a Thursday White House press conference that he “fumbled the roll out on this health care law” and said “that’s on me,” Obama delivered a defiant speech at a Cleveland plant wherein he vowed to “push back” against the swelling chorus of Americans opposed to Obamacare.

“We are not going to gut this law,” said Obama. “And those who say they’re opposed to it and can’t offer a solution, we’ll push back!”

Obama added: “Our politics get screwed up sometimes. Websites don’t work sometimes. But we just keep going.”

The President’s strident tone represented a striking contrast to his press conference statements uttered shortly before his Cleveland remarks.



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