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House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) agreed with President Obama's contention that ObamaCare is imperfect, like the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smart phone, which has made news recently over its occasionally combustible battery, Kevin Corke reported on Special Report.

"He's right--this disastrous law is blowing up. But at least you can return the phone," Ryan said.

“When one of these companies comes out with a new smartphone [and] it has a few bugs, they fix it," Obama said last week, "Unless it catches fire, then they pull it off the market."

He called on Republicans to help improve the law, offering them the opportunity to rename it if they took ownership:

“They can even change the name of the law to ReaganCare,” Obama said, according to the New York Post.

Ryan made the comments in the wake of the recent announcement of marked increases in many Americans' health care plans.


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