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Healthcare.gov model felt bullied by critics of website

Breitbart and the AP report that the model whose face appeared on the Obamacare website, says she “felt intimidated by harsh public criticism of the program.”

“Adriana” is the woman’s name. She is also, according to the Daily Caller, a Latina immigrant from Columbia, told ABC she was a victim to “cyberbullies.”

The AP reports:

Adriana’s photo has been removed. The website has been the subject of scorn by both Republicans and Democrats as technical problems have sharply restricted the number of people who have signed up for new program. Congress has been holding hearings on the issue.

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Healthcare.gov model felt bullied by critics of website

Breitbart and the AP report that the model whose face appeared on the Obamacare website, says she “felt intimidated by harsh public criticism of the program.”

“Adriana” is the woman’s name. She is also, according to the Daily Caller, a Latina immigrant from Columbia, told ABC she was a victim to “cyberbullies.”

The AP reports:

Adriana’s photo has been removed. The website has been the subject of scorn by both Republicans and Democrats as technical problems have sharply restricted the number of people who have signed up for new program. Congress has been holding hearings on the issue.

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