Obama: ‘No Reason’ Not to Pass Immigration After Obamacare Disaster

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On Thursday, President Barack Obama said the credibility that he lost after lying to the American people about Obamacare was not a reason to be skeptical about the comprehensive immigration reform legislation he has been pushing.

“If it comes to immigration reform, there is no reason not to do immigration reform,” Obama said in response to a question in the White House briefing room about how the flaws in Obamacare would impact immigration efforts.

Obama made his comments at a press conference in which he admitted he “fumbled” the ball on the Obamacare rollout. The president suggested an administrative fix so that Americans who lost the health insurance plans he promised they could keep could now re-enroll in those programs. He also admitted he made promises to Americans about the law’s impact while knowing they were inaccurate.



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