President Obama is turning again to his “explainer-in-chief,” former President Bill Clinton, to discuss implementation of Obamacare next week.
One week before the start-up date for people to enroll for coverage, Mr. Obama and Mr. Clinton will talk about the law on Tuesday when the president visits the Clinton Global Initiative in New York. The president also will deliver a speech at the United Nations General Assembly.
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The two men will have a “conversation about the benefits and future of health care reform,” White House press secretary Jay Carney said Thursday. He said it is “part of a ramped-up public education effort” before the start-up date for people to sign up for coverage.
Earlier this month, Mr. Clinton gave a speech on the merits of Obamacare at his presidential library in Little Rock, Ark.