House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is urging fellow Democrats to make a stronger drive to convince Americans of the benefits of the health care reform law, even as the White House seems to be headed in the other direction.

“Seniors are already paying less for prescription drugs. They may not know it, but it’s because of the Affordable Care Act, and we have to make sure they do,” the California congresswoman said in an interview aired Sunday on NBC’s “Meet The Press.”

Pelosi refrained from direct criticism of the White House or President Barack Obama for failing to sell the legislation, but when asked by host David Gregory about whether Obama had done enough, she replied: “I think he did very well the day it got the approval [from the Supreme Court], but, yes, it’s always a conversation with the public.”