Affordable Care Act Failure Gets Potential Bipartisan Fix

House Democrats join republicans to pass the "Keep Your Health Plan Act of 2013."
1:59 | 11/16/13

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Working through the weekend at the white house with two weeks left to fix the colossal failure known as healthcare.Gov. This, as the president is facing an open revolt from members of his own party. Jeff zeleny is at the white house. Jeff, good morning. Reporter: Good morning, dan. The white house is trying to fix more than a broken website. They're trying to restore their credibility and prove their competency. This morning, a new challenge for president obama. Keeping democrats from jumping ship on his beleaguered health care law. After months of fighting republican criticism -- this disastrous law was destined to fail from the start. Its cancellation today, sticker shock tomorrow. Reporter: And a week filled with apologies from the president. That's on me. That's something I deeply regret. We did fumble the ball on it. Reporter: There's anger in congress. Democratic congress ic anger. The president is trying to stop a democratic betrayal. With more than three dozen members of his own party, fighting with republicans friday, to support a plan the white house says would weaken the health care law. We caught up with one of the democrats who crossed the aisle. How disappointed are you in the obama administration for this mess over the last month? Some heads ought to roll. Reporter: At the white house, it's a working weekend. Only two weeks left to make good on the president's pledge to make good on the president's website by the end of the month. We're working 24/7 to get it fixed. Reporter: He invited insurance company executives to the white house friday, asking for help. We're going to be soliciting ideas from them. We want to make sure we get this done. Reporter: A long week at the white house. But an even tougher road ahead. Senior democrats who have spoken to the president tells me, he knows his second term agenda and legacy depends on no more fumbles. And, dan, that is a very tall order. Indeed, it is. Especially given the technological challenges they're facing. The website is not fixed. One of the weakest moments of his presidency.

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