President Barack Obama is expected to finish his last day in office on Jan. 20.
The president, who will be 87 years old on Jan 23, will be in a unique position as he prepares to officially step down after three terms in office.
It’s been more than four years since Obama’s first inauguration, and his presidency has not been without its share of ups and downs.
But one of the most important factors for his legacy will be his legacy on the economy, which will be the biggest challenge he will face.
Obama will face the most daunting economic challenge of his presidency in his final days in office, and he will likely face a series of challenges from Republicans.
In addition to a massive tax increase, Republicans are pushing to overhaul the U.S. health care system and other elements of the nation’s health care infrastructure.
This is the first time that Republicans have been able to pass a bill that would change the health care systems of the United States, and this bill will likely be challenged by Democrats.
The bill would raise taxes on the middle class, eliminate the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and eliminate funding for health care for veterans.
Additionally, the bill would slash Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), which is designed to provide care to the poor and needy.
These are some of the key points that will be addressed during Obama’s final days.
One of the major obstacles to passing this bill is the fact that it’s not bipartisan.
Democrats in the Senate are in the majority, and Republican senators have to work with the House to pass the bill.
The White House has been pushing for this bill to be bipartisan, and it’s likely that the bill will pass both the House and Senate.
The House passed a version of the bill last year that was significantly more favorable to the Democratic Party, but it’s unclear whether Republicans would agree to such a change.
Obama and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will be able to convince members of the Senate to vote in favor of a bill if they think it will help them win the presidency in November.
However, it’s possible that Republicans will resist the changes.
There’s also the fact the president is likely to face a number of challenges in his last months in office from Republican lawmakers.
This includes the ongoing healthcare debate.
The GOP will continue to push to repeal the Affordable Act and to defund the ACA, and they will be determined to make sure that any healthcare reform is not bipartisan and has to be paired with a number other bills that will benefit the wealthy and corporations.
There will be a number legislative challenges as well.
The Senate passed a bill last week that would create a national minimum wage of $15 per hour, which was strongly opposed by the White House.
Also, the Senate bill would prohibit the use of federal funds to expand Medicaid and Medicare and limit the amount of money that can be used to expand the program.
The new law also prohibits the use or expansion of a new state health insurance exchange.
This means that there is a lot of uncertainty about how this will play out.
There is also the ongoing tax debate, which could cause a number problems for the White Senate.
There are also several other pieces of legislation that are likely to be debated.
There have been discussions on tax reform, and a number lawmakers have said that they are open to discussing a number tax changes, including a reduction in the corporate tax rate, a reduction of the estate tax, and an increase in the standard deduction.
There also has been talk about raising the corporate income tax rate to 20% and lowering the capital gains tax rate.
There has also been talk of repealing the estate and gift taxes, which were proposed by Republican Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla.
However the Senate will have to pass any of these bills before the end of the year, and the House has not passed any tax legislation.
With the healthcare debate, there are also issues with the healthcare system.
The Affordable Care for All Act, which would provide healthcare to all Americans, was first introduced in March of 2017, and was introduced by Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt.
However on Wednesday, the White the Senate announced that it would not be able hold a vote on the bill until after the midterm elections.
In response to this, Republicans in the House have proposed that the Senate hold a special committee on healthcare reform, which is a move that is likely going to backfire.
The Republican leadership is planning to hold a private vote on healthcare in the next few days, and there are reports that this will not pass.
There was also a report this week that Sen. Bob Corker, R, Tenn., said that he would not support the bill unless it was bipartisan.
In an interview with Politico, Sen. John Cornyn, R., Texas, said that the Republican plan to replace the ACA with a health care plan is a “mistake” and that the GOP plan would be “more of a political tool than a