Sen. Ted CruzTed CruzFour states sue to stop internet transition House approves stopgap funding, averting costly shutdown Overnight Tech: TV box plan faces crucial vote | Trump transition team to meet tech groups | Growing scrutiny of Yahoo security MORE (R-Texas) on Sunday called on President Obama to apologize during his State of the Union Address to the Americans who have lost their health insurance due to ObamaCare.
Republicans have seized on President Obama’s erroneous claim that Americans would be able to keep their current insurance under the healthcare reform law. They accuse Democrats of lying about the law and warn further problems are likely to develop for Americans, as ObamaCare’s implementation continues.
Cruz said that, in addition to apologizing, Obama should offer fixes for the law.
“But then, Bob, here's the real kicker. If you're really sorry, you don't just say you're sorry. You actually do something to fix the problem,” he added.