(Bloomberg) -- President Barack Obama said the widespread flaws afflicting online insurance exchanges under his health care law represent only a portion of the program, as he sought to fend off critics of his signature legislative achievement.

Obama said the federal online health exchanges that are central to getting as many as 7 million uninsured Americans covered under the Affordable Care Act haven’t met expectations. The administration will commit the resources needed to find a solution, he said.

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