White House spokesman
"I know that he will and has said that he will -- or the White House has said that he will. But I don't have any update," Carney said.
The Affordable Care Act doesn't require the president to use an online marketplace, although it does require members of Congress and their aides to use the website run by the District of Columbia.
But in March 2010, when Sen.
The White House has since said little about the promise or the president's plans. On Monday, Carney did not explain whether Obama was waiting for the federally run insurance portal -- www.HealthCare.gov -- to improve before diving in himself.
Asked whether reporters would be allowed to watch Obama enroll, Carney respond: "I'll get back to you."