Former Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius briefly addressed controversial comments made by an an architect of the Affordable Care Act.
Speaking at the American Academy of Actuaries, Sebelius declined to answer a question regarding remarks Jonathan Gruber made about deceiving the "stupid" American public into passing President Barack Obama's landmark health law.
"You can talk to Dr. Gruber about what he said, but I don't have a comment about his comments. Anything else," she said.
Sebelius resigned earlier this year after she saw the glitch-ridden rollout of the ACA.
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