With hugs, laughs and good-natured ribbing, Barack Obama on Tuesday returned to the White House for the first time in more than five years to savor the 12th anniversary of his signature health care law and give a boost to President Joe Biden’s
Obama, accompanied by a wide range of politicians and representatives of the US Congress, participated in a ceremony marking the twelfth anniversary of the launch of the American health care law, which was hosted by the White House, where President Biden signed amendments to the law, calling on American agencies to work on expanding the scope of health care for Americans, in a way that makes it more common, and less expensive.
President Joe Biden’s job approval is lower than Barack Obama’s or Donald Trump’s at this point in their presidencies. Each of those predecessors saw his party lose control of the House of Representatives in his second year in office. Midterm elections typically go badly for the party in power.
One other president had already been awarded an Emmy -- Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1956 -- although his was an honorary award.
For more than two years President Donald Trump has talked about pulling the United States out of the landmark Paris climate agreement. Starting on Monday he finally can do something about it.
She asks everyone to join her Sept.20-27 in the streets to make a difference.
President Obama, known as an avid reader, continued his tradition of releasing a list of his favorite books of the year. He also mentioned the collected works of Toni Morrison, to whom he awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2012.
Sanders and Warren are both so far left that many question whether they can win suburban voters generally and college-educated voters in particular.
His wife, former first lady Michelle Obama, tested negative according to her husband’s announcement.