Obama to promote his agenda to House Democrats
LANSDOWNE, Va. (AP) — President Barack Obama is promoting his second-term agenda to House Democrats, eager to keep them unified as a bulwark against a Republican majority on issues as diverse as the economy, immigration and guns.
Obama was meeting with Democratic lawmakers Thursday during their retreat in Lansdowne, Va., a day after he held a closed-door session with Senate Democrats at their off-campus conference in Annapolis, Md.
The meetings with legislators from his own party come days before Obama's State of the Union address Tuesday to a joint session of Congress. They have served as something of a preamble for that nationally televised speech.
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