Gruber testified Tuesday before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, where he apologized profusely for a series of verbal gaffes, which included having referred to the "stupidity of the American public" and a lack of transparency about Obamacare helping to get that health-care reform law passed by Congress. Gruber had been a key consultant during the creation of the law.
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"I am embarrassed, and I am sorry," said Gruber, who called his comments "mean," "offending," "uninformed," and "glib" in his testimony.
But committee chairman Rep. Darrell Issa, (R-Calif.), said in a press release Friday that Gruber "repeatedly refused to answer several key questions, including the amount of taxpayer funds he received for his work on Obamacare," according to the Journal.
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"The American people deserve not just an apology, but a full accounting, which Dr. Gruber must provide," Issa said.
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