Pelosi scolds reporter for saying 'ObamaCare' -- though Obama embraces it

Nancy Pelosi doesn't like the term "ObamaCare." 

The House Democratic leader scolded a reporter on Thursday who used that label in describing President Obama's health care law. 

"I believe that it's a winner and by the way it's called the Affordable Care Act, it's called the Affordable Care Act," she said. "I know you didn't intend any compliment or derogatory. ... It's called the Affordable Care Act." 

Yet Obama himself embraced the term during the 2012 campaign, repeatedly saying on the stump and the debate stage that he was fine with it. 

"I like it," Obama told GOP rival Mitt Romney during an October debate, after Romney used the term. 

He often said on the campaign trail: "I don't mind it being called ObamaCare because, it's true, I do care. That's why I passed the bill."