President Obama may be expressing confidence publicly that the Supreme Court will uphold the 2010 Affordable Care Act, but in private dinners with donors he's admitting he is worried, Bloomberg reports on Friday.
Bloomberg quotes an unnamed activist as saying the president spoke about obstacles ahead during a May 14 fundraiser in the Manhattan apartment of Blackstone Group LP President Tony James. The anonymous source said Obama said he may be forced to try to revise parts of his health-care plan, depending on how the court rules later this month.
The court is expected to issue its ruling on the challenges to the health care law by the end of this month.
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