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Marlon Marshall, a top promoter of Obamacare, announced he is leaving the White House to return to a political consulting group he founded several years ago called “270 Strategies”. Bernardo Chua posted online about how during his tenure at the White House, he actively promoted Obamacare pushing tag lines such as “if you like your doctor, you get to keep it”, insurance premiums would go down, and employer sponsored health care plans would remain safe. He also defended the law against criticism that it would lead to death panels bent on saving money by denying patients medical coverage.
Marshall is closely allied with another political strategist named Roby Mook. Mook is considered as Mrs. Clinton’s preferred pick to be her 2016 campaign manager. Should Mook get the job, it is a foregone conclusion that Marshall will also be given a position of power in the campaign. Once again, Mrs. Clinton is considered the presumptive Democrat nominee. She has yet to formally announce her presidential run.