Obama, Holder, Jarrett, Sharpton meet to discuss pushing Obamacare

Janeen Capizola
BizPac Review

President Obama and his two biggest cheerleaders, Attorney General Eric Holder and advisor Valerie Jarrett, met with African-American faith leaders, including the Rev. Al Sharpton, Monday morning to ask for their help pushing and promoting Obamacare in their communities.

The faith leaders from around the country are in Washington to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington and Martin Luther King’s epic “I Have a Dream” speech, and will join Obama as he speaks on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on Wednesday.

According to the press release from the White House Monday morning, Sharpton and the others outlined their plans to push Obamacare in their congregations…


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