Obama to return to the White House for first time since leaving office. Speculation begins.

Former President Barack Obama will be back at the White House for the first time since he left office, scheduled to take part in an event celebrating the Affordable Care Act.

Obama will join his former vice president and now-President Joe Biden as well as Vice President Kamala Harris on Tuesday as the current administration flounders in polls amid disastrous policies. The 44th president is expected at the White House for the first time since leaving in 2017 and will be touting the law he signed in 2010.

According to the White House, Obama will “deliver remarks celebrating the success of the Affordable Care Act and Medicaid in extending affordable health insurance to millions of Americans as part of the President’s agenda to cut costs for American families.”

Other members of Biden’s Cabinet, including Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra, will be joining Obama who will likely add a boost to Biden’s low support among Americans.

Marking the anniversary of the health care measure last month, Obama tweeted: “12 years ago today, I signed the Affordable Care Act into law. I’ve always believed that health care shouldn’t be a privilege for just a fortunate few, but a right for every American.”

“Today, more than 30 million Americans have health coverage thanks to the Affordable Care Act,” he added. “During the pandemic, the Affordable Care Act helped make vaccines and COVID-19 tests available for free, covered emergency hospitalizations, and prevented insurance companies from denying anyone coverage based on a pre-existing condition.”

“Twelve years ago, I proudly stood beside President Barack Obama as he signed into law the most consequential expansion of health care in generations: the Affordable Care Act,” Biden said in a statement last month.

“With the stroke of a pen — after decades of tireless efforts — millions of Americans gained peace of mind. And because of my Administration’s efforts, including passing the landmark American Rescue Plan, we have lowered health care costs and made coverage more accessible than ever before — even amid a global pandemic,” he added.

“Joe Biden, we did this together. We always talked about how if we could get the principle of universal coverage established, we could then build on it,” Obama said in a video released last June.

Despite the accolades, the ironically named “Affordable Care Act” has a history of issues, including this timely complaint from former Obama adviser David Axelrod.

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez did not seem to have a glowing report either, though the socialist was happy to remind Twitter users about another option she supports.

Meanwhile, the news of Obama returning to the White House for the first time since he left office ignited a common reaction on Twitter.

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