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Obama: 'I'm sorry' Americans are losing insurance

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WASHINGTON, D.C. - The President is under fire tonight after Americans who were told they could keep their current insurance got notices their coverage is being cancelled. He apologized to them tonight. FOX17's Kristine Frazao shows us what's behind the change. President Barack Obama repeated that line more than 3 dozen times over the past few years. In fact, the President said it at least 37 times. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius testifying on Capitol Hill refused to say the President's statement was true or false.

Richard Vatz, an expert on the art of rhetoric, says Obama's line has become an instant part of his legacy. That as we no know is not true, not for what amounts to about 5% of the population that's losing their current health care coverage. Now the President is changing the narrative, amending what he said. Not even a spokesperson for the President can explain the shifting message.

Critics say the President's changing talking points has only added fire to the fight about Healthcare Reform.

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