(USA Today) John McAfee said he turned down a request from a House committee to remedy HealthCare.gov because it has “no interest in fixing anything.”

The software pioneer, who started anti-virus company McAfee (now part of Intel) but gained notoriety as a “person of interest” in a bizarre murder case in Belize, said officials scoffed at his suggestion that the beleaguered website be rebuilt from scratch.

“They considered my solution political suicide,” McAfee told USA TODAY in a phone interview Thursday.

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