Obama Will Be Furious With Admin Officials Who Just Let This New Scandal Slip To The Public

Committee chairman Fred Upton did just that, asserting that “now we know that when HealthCare.gov was crashing…”

B. Christopher Agee
Western Journalism

According to recent reports, an email sent just after the rollout of ObamaCare enrollment website HealthCare.gov shows that at least one administration official did not want to leave a record of communication between her agency and the White House.

Department of Health and Human Services official Marilyn Tavenner sent the email, which included a dialogue with White House sources, to an intra-agency spokesperson just five days after the botched website was unveiled last October. Most notably, according to U.S. House sources in possession of the email, Tavenner included the ominous request that the receiver delete the message after reading it…



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