Syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer told viewers Tuesday on “Special Report with Bret Baier” that President Obama is “really defensive” over the rollout of his signature health care law and that while the president tried to brush off criticism, there were many problems with its implementation.
“This thing is a huge machine with all kinds of moving parts – many of which don’t work," he said. "[The president] uses the word ‘glitch’ because it makes it sound trivial. I don’t think it is, and we will see.”
Krauthammer added that the “problems,” “glitches,” and “ominous implications” of the law aren't getting the attention they deserve.
“If it weren’t for the shutdown, this is all the country would be talking about today,” he added.