White House Spokesman Mocks Reporter For Questioning Obamacare Website (VIDEO)

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Fatimah Mazhar
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney had a little bit of trouble answering ABC News correspondent Jonathan Karl’s questions regarding Obamacare applications on Monday. Karl jabbed his finger towards Carney claiming the Obamacare applications through phone or paper took even longer to process than the ones submitted via Healthcare.gov.

White House Press Secretary Jay Carney had a little bit of trouble answering ABC News correspondent Jonathan Karl’s questions regarding Obamacare applications on Monday. Karl jabbed his finger towards Carney claiming the Obamacare applications through phone or paper took even longer to process than the ones submitted via Healthcare.gov.

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The Obama administration spokesman lost his cool and mimicked the reporter pointing his finger towards him, saying, “Jon, I get it!  But the person who calls isn't the one who continues to wait after the paper application is filled."

“Your mocking is entertaining,” Karl shot back, “but the President said you can apply within 25 minutes, that’s not true.”

Technical glitches have been plaguing the Obamacare website ever since it was launched on October 1. The Obama administration is in a fix as the government is struggling to find alternative means for citizens to file applications.

You can watch the complete exchange between Jay Carney and Jon Karl in the video below:

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