In an interview aired before the Super Bowl game on Sunday, Fox News host Bill O'Reilly confronted President Barack Obama about the flawed rollout of the health care law, the IRS scrutiny of conservative groups and the downplaying of terror attacks on the U.S. mission in Libya.
"When did you know there were going to be problems with those computers?" O'Reilly asked the president, referring to the disastrous launch of HealthCare.gov last October.
"I think we all anticipated there would be glitches, because any time you've got technology, a new program rolling out, there are going to be some glitches," Obama responded. "I don't think I anticipated or anybody anticipated the degree of the problems with the website."
When the president sought to highlight that his administration got it fixed "within a month and a half… and we've signed up three million people," O'Reilly reminded him about an Associated Press call of people who went to the website and only 8 percent of them felt it was working well.