Despite major problems with the new online health care exchanges, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius “does have the full confidence of the president,” White House spokesman Jay Carney told reporters on Tuesday.Carney said Sebelius “is focused on our number one priority,” which is making the Affordable Care Act “work well.””You know, the fact is, the president wants these matters addressed because he wants to make sure that Americans across the country have the best possible consumer experience as they look at their options and the plans available to them and see the fact that for so many of them, there is affordable health insurance out there that was never there before.

“And I think it’s important to note that even amidst this early stage of the enrollment process, and even though there have been challenges with the website, there are Americans across the country who are, through call centers and through the website and through the states, getting access to this information and making — seeing what choices are available to them and enrolling if they’re ready to enroll.”

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