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    President Barack Obama defended his healthcare program at at Miami Dade College's Wolfson Campus on Thursday. "It's worked," he said, pointing out it still has room to improve each year, much like when companies work bugs out of new smartphone designs. After his speech, he headed to campaign for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton at Florida Memorial University.

President Barack Obama defended his healthcare program at at Miami Dade College's Wolfson Campus on Thursday. "It's worked," he said, pointing out it still has room to improve each year, much like when companies work bugs out of new smartphone designs. After his speech, he headed to campaign for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton at Florida Memorial University. The White House
President Barack Obama defended his healthcare program at at Miami Dade College's Wolfson Campus on Thursday. "It's worked," he said, pointing out it still has room to improve each year, much like when companies work bugs out of new smartphone designs. After his speech, he headed to campaign for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton at Florida Memorial University. The White House

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