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Sen. Thune on ObamaCare website: 'Everybody knows, they’ll get that fixed'

Sen. John ThuneJohn ThuneHow airport security lines got so bad Self-driving cars: The next great leap in automotive safety Overnight Tech: Senate panel poised to advance email privacy bill MORE (R-S.D.) confidently said Thursday HealthCare.gov will be fixed.

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“The website rollout is one thing, and they’ll get that fixed,” Thune said on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.” “Everybody knows that eventually.”

His comment comes after GOP lawmakers’ intense criticism of the ObamaCare rollout because of ongoing technical glitches in its online marketplace.

Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius testified about the issues before Congress Wednesday, where she said “hold me accountable for the debacle.”

Last week, HHS officials promised to have the website running smoothly by the end of November.

Despite Republicans’ overwhelming rebuke of the website, they’ve collectively switched gears to argue the problems with ObamaCare stretch far beyond the website.

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