Obama tweets out plea for people to get on Obamacare


Former president Barack Obama is no longer lying low, and is back fighting against President Trump’s policies at every turn.

Earlier this month, Obama traveled to Paris to fight for the climate change agreement that Trump has withdrawn the United States from.

Obama has also jumped into the Alabama senate campaign efforts, blasting out a recorded robocall begging voters to support Democrat candidate Doug Jones, while Trump is encouraging Alabama voters to back Republican Roy Moore.

Monday afternoon, the former president jumped on another issue in an effort to preserve his legacy, sending out a Twitter message pleading for Americans to hurry up and sign up for Obamacare – a program Trump has vowed to repeal.

“Just got off a call to thank folks who are working hard to help more Americans across the country sign up for health coverage. But it’s up to all of us to help spread the word: Sign up through this Friday at https://t.co/ob1Ynoesod,” Obama tweeted.

He shared a tweet from “Get America Covered,” who tweeted, “FRIDAY DEADLINE: This week is your last chance to sign up for affordable 2018 health coverage.”

Former first lady Michelle Obama joined in for the last-week push as well, tweeting, “Getting covered means getting peace of mind for yourself and your family. So sign up today and tell everyone you know that Friday is the last day to sign up for coverage at https://t.co/v9EkLXQz0C.”

“Get America Covered” had published a promotional video on their Twitter page on November first, of Obama reminding Americans that they should be signing up for Obamacare coverage. The video has already been viewed 3.57 million times.

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