Einstein would stumble with Obamacare rollout, Bill Clinton says

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Sure, the rollout of Obamacare didn’t go quite as planned. But former President Bill Clinton said such an endeavor would have stumped Albert Einstein as well.

While speaking at the Peterson Fiscal Summit in Washington, he said Democrats need to defend the health care law while also moving forward and reconizing what aspects of it can be improved.

He also seemed to defend President Barack Obama’s administration.

“Albert Einstein couldn’t have done it perfectly the first time,” Clinton said.

He went on to stress his point.

“Nobody could have done this perfectly,” he said.

h/t: The Washington Post

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