When Human and Health Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius walked into an interview on "The Daily Show," she was probably expecting a friendly market with which she could sell Obamacare to a crucial constituency — young people.
What she got, instead, was a highly skeptical interviewer in Jon Stewart who became frustrated when he felt that she wasn't giving him straight answers on the health-care law's glitchy rollout. By the end of the interview, Stewart openly wondered if she was lying to him.
"We're going to do a challenge," Stewart said at the start of the interview. "I'm going to try and download every movie ever made, and you are going to try to sign up for Obamacare — and we'll see which happens first."
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