Obama aims to win back trust in O-Care

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A chastened President Obama admitted Thursday his administration had "fumbled the rollout on this healthcare law."

Saying early technical glitches with the website and a broken promise that Americans could keep their health insurance were "on me," the president told reporters he heard "loud and clear" growing frustration with his signature legislation.

And he said of the American people that it was "legitimate for them to expect me to have to win back some credibility on this healthcare law."

"We should've done a better job getting it right on day one, not on day 29 or day 40," Obama said.

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