The White House and some in the media have pushed back against a Government Accountability Institute (GAI) study that shows President Obama met only once with Health and Human Services secretary Kathleen Sebelius in the three-and-a-half years after the passage of ObamaCare. What the Administration has still not pushed back with (and its media defenders have not requested) are the details surrounding the “frequent” meetings the Administration claims took place.

Thus far, White House spokesman Jay Carney has only responded to the GAI study with double talk about how some cabinet official meetings with the president are recorded on some calendars, and others are not. Carney claims, though, that Sebelius and Obama met “often.” This same defense came from White House spokeswoman Joanne Peters, who claimed the two met “frequently.”

Wednesday, Sebelius had almost all day to detail her meetings with Obama while testifying before a Congressional committee on the roll-out of ObamaCare. As of this writing, she has not.

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