A woman became light-headed while standing behind President Obama during his comments this morning on the health care web site from the Rose Garden.
During the remarks, President Obama was surrounded by people who the White House says have already benefitted from the Affordable Care Act.
As he was nearing the end of his speech, a woman in a red dress started swaying, closing her eyes and taking deep breaths.
A woman next to her grabbed her hand and helped to steady her.
When someone alerted the President to what was happening he turned to the women and helped support her saying, "I got you, you're OK."
The woman was escorted into the White House.
The President told the audience, "This is what happens when I talk too long."