Reid: White House should have shared credit for ObamaCare fixes

Wait…. Liberals are fighting over who should get credit over something that still doesn’t work very well?
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Democratic senators are unhappy the White House didn’t give them any credit for key fixes to ObamaCare.

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) recently reproached President Obama in private on the issue, arguing Obama should have given his colleagues more praise.

“I did communicate to him that there have been things done by the White House that improved the healthcare bill and those fixes were suggested originally by my senators and they got no credit for it. I thought that was improper,” Reid said in an interview Wednesday with The Hill.
Reid didn’t specify what ideas Senate Democrats had offered to the White House.

Obama suggested in public remarks on Oct. 30 that his administration had received little constructive feedback from critics.



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