President Obama proudly promoted record Obamacare signup numbers Thursday, boldly calling for Democrats to defend the law.

“I think that Democrats should forcefully defend and be proud of the fact that millions of people like the woman I just described, who I saw in Pennsylvania yesterday, we are helping because of something we did,” Obama said. “I do not think we should apologize for it. I don’t think we should be defensive about it.”

When questioned by reporters, Obama dismissed the idea that the law was deeply unpopular.

Obama admitted that there were still some who were adversely affected by the law but insisted that it was a smaller number than the amount of people who benefited from the legislation.

He also dismissed polls that showed that the law was still unpopular.

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