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Without a health care fix, Obama’s in deep political trouble

For President Obama, the Affordable Care Act was always about the long game, creating a lasting legacy by achieving what generations of presidents before him could not: universal health care.

But over the last four years, both he and his party have paid an enormous price for the signature legislation. And if the Obama administration can’t quickly repair the website that allows Americans to sign up for health insurance, the rest of his presidency could be imperiled.