An hour inside Barack Obama’s post-presidential life included boxed sandwiches, scores of money managers and a treatise on health care reform. Those were the main ingredients on Monday when Obama spoke in Manhattan at a conference on health care sponsored by the brokerage firm Cantor Fitzgerald —at least his ninth paid speech since leaving office. Steel-jawed and wearing a dark suit and an American-flag lapel pin, Obama was reserved in describing the dogfight over health care in Washington, which threatens to derail his signature legislative accomplishment, the ...
A piece of Obama's post-presidential life: Sandwiches and speeches
Last week, Obama called attempts to undo the Affordable Care Act "aggravating" at a Gates Foundation event
Kate Kelly | NYT Last Updated at September 27, 2017 02:48 IST