Axelrod signaled that the White House is not giving up on health-care reform.
“He believes there is a real crisis,” Axelrod said. “He believes we have to deal with that crisis.”
“We also have to take into account what voters were saying yesterday … We will take that into account and then decide how to move forward,” Axelrod said.
“But it’s not an option to walk away from a problem that’s only going to get worse.”