10:15 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing 11:05 am || Honors recipients of the Presidential Medal of Freedom; East Room 1:00 pm || Wreath-laying ceremony in honor of John F. Kennedy at Arlington National Cemetery; the first lady, former President Clinton and former Secretary Clinton also attend 4:05 pm || Meets with representatives from the National Association of Insurance Commissioners 7:10 pm || Delivers
A top official involved in the development and repair of the Obamacare website testified Tuesday that the Obamageeks have yet to complete 30 to 40 percent of the Healthcare.gov resuscitation project. According to CMS Deputy Chief Information Officer Henry Chao, the front of the website works great. But the systems beneath that make things happen are still a mess. From the Washington Post: Parts of the project that
President Obama was briefed on a report by an outside contractor last spring about major problems with the Obamacare website, the White House acknowledged today. “The president received regular briefings on aspect of the “Affordable Care Act” – including the recommendations from this review,” White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said today. Carney said Obama and other White House staffers, however, “never expected” that the
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Oh please. Somebody get me out of Washington. Does anyone have a room for rent in Nebraska? White House Press Secretary Jay Carney Monday showcased one typical Washington way not to answer a question: Profess ignorance. He employed the tactic Monday when asked if Education Secretary Arne Duncan was appropriate in invoking race when he sneered at “white suburban moms” for complaining about the Common Core
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