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Columnist Hurt: Clinton Remarks Must Be 'Infuriating' to Obama

Former President Bill Clinton's rebuke to President Barack Obama on the Affordable Care Act undoubtedly stung the commander-in-chief, says Charles Hurt, a columnist for The Washington Times.

"Can you imagine how infuriating it must be for President Obama to . . . have President Clinton using almost biblical sort of marital honor words like 'honor the commitment' to voters?" Hurt told "The Steve Malzberg Show on Newsmax TV.

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"It must just drive him crazy. It'll be amazing if [Obama] makes it through to the 2016 election without completely losing it."

Clinton had said that Obama needs to change the healthcare law to allow people to keep their current insurance policies if they so wish — a promise the president repeatedly made to Americans.

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