Clinton: 'The President Should Honor Commitment'

Obama faces some friendly fire from the former president over the Affordable Care Act.
1:18 | 11/13/13

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And new reports the obama care website will not be fully fixed by the late november deadline. It comes as the president is taking friendly fire from one of his biggest allies, former president clinton, saying president obama should stick to hiss promise and let all keep their current health plans. Reporter: President clinton has been one of the most forceful advocates of the health care law. One the president turns to explain the law. But he could not be more direct. He said the president should consider changing the law, if that's what it takes to keep his promise tho those now losing their coverage. The president should honor the commitment the federal government made to those people and let them keep what they've got. Reporter: We've also heard from democrats on capitol hill. Most recently, dianne feinstein of california, saying that there should be a law -- endorsing a law to help insure those losing coverage can keep coverage. As for the president, the white house says his health care team is looking at options to try to keep that promise or at least help people losing their coverage. But, george, absolutely no sign of what they have in mind. And no options have been presented to the president. That comes as "the washington post" reports this morning that the late november deadline is not going to be met. Thanks very much.

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