Morning Must Reads: November 20

In the News: Obama says Republicans share blame for Obamacare issues, Afghan Officials want U.S. to Admit Military Error, State Senator's Son was turned away from Psychiatric facility in Va.

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The early morning sun rises behind the US Capitol Building in Washington, DC.

Afghans Demand U.S. Admit Military Errors [NYT]

Obama Says Republicans Share Some of the Blame for Health-Care Law’s Failures [Washington Post]

National Journal Poll: Americans Believe Obamacare Will Help the Poor, Not the Country

Nancy Pelosi said Democrats will Run on More than Obamacare in 2014 at a BuzzFeed Brews event in Washington on Tuesday [BuzzFeed]

Rand Paul on Chris Christie: “I don’t think any one person gets to decide what is or what isn’t conservative,” Paul said on CNN’s “Erin Burnett OutFront.” “On the case of the New Jersey governor, I think embracing Obamacare, expanding Medicaid in his state is very expensive and not fiscally conservative.” [Politico]

NY Magazine: “Rep. Trey Radel, the 37-year-old freshman congressman from Florida who once said,“Tupac is what I’ma be listening to in my car,” was charged last month for cocaine possession.Politico reports that Radel was hit with a misdemeanor in Washington, D.C., on October 29… It’s like Rob Ford meets Florida Man meets Rep. Peter Russo from House of Cards.”

State Senator’s Son Had Psychiatric Evaluation Before Stabbing, But No Beds Were Available [Washington Post]

President George W. Bush tells Jay Leno: “Eight years is plenty…I don’t miss the spotlight.” [CNN]

Michelle Obama cites ‘Shortgate’ as biggest fashion regret on BET [Huffington Post]