Obama ally Eric Holder, the former U.S. Attorney General, added fuel to the fire by declaring that Obama is "ready to roll" and will make a round of public appearances to revamp the Democratic Party.
While Obama did not immediately confirm Holder's proclamation, the video message that he and first lady Michelle Obama shared on Inauguration Day last month said in part that they would "now rejoin all of you as private citizens".
"It's coming. He's coming", he said, "and he's ready to roll".
Recent past presidents have dabbled in politics after leaving office, such as President George W. Bush's participation in the presidential campaign for his brother, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, but aside from that his political appearances have been relatively scant. Voting districts are redrawn after a federal Census to reflect the changes in population and other demographic.
Considering that the Democrats lost the majority in both the House and the Senate during the 2016 election, the political fight to address gerrymandering will take center stage during midterm elections.
Sessions has already begun unraveling some Obama-led voter reforms. The report also mentions that Obama will be a crucial part of the National Democratic Redistricting Committee (NDRC), which is affiliated to the Democratic Party, where he most likely be working on a couple of things, including gerrymandering, holding meetings with state legislators and raising funds among a few. He added that the decision to throw out a challenge to voter laws in Texas was "disheartening".
"It's coming. He's coming", Holder told members of the media.
"He thinks, and I think, that this is something that threatens our democracy", Holder said.
"The notion that people are denied their ability to cast a meaningful vote ... is inconsistent with who we say we are, inconsistent with what we say our democracy is about".
Despite the SNP's grip on political power in Scotland, Downing Street believes Sturgeon is in a weak position on independence. And she insisted people in Scotland wanted a government focused on the "issues that matter to them day to day".
Obama's Clean Power Plan. "I gather that this rule puts a huge percentage of the acreage in Florida under jurisdiction". Legal experts say it could take years for the Trump administration to dismantle the Waters of the usa rule.
He said they have had invitations to speak at different dicasteries and "we have already received new invitations". But others in the Vatican resisted the commission's work, Collins says, leading to " constant setbacks ".
Abubakar Bukola Saraki, has nominated the Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, to lead a Senate delegation to South Africa. We have been talking to you based on the report of the Senate committee with the Foreign Affairs Ministry in April, 2015.
Beyond a new display, the same sources say Apple is planning other upgrades to differentiate the iPhone 8 from the iPhone 7. The same report also adds that the next iPhone "would also do away with a physical home button".
Lorde worked on the song with Jack Antonoff, best known as the guitarist of fun . and the frontman of Bleachers . Celebrity fans have shown their support for Green Light . "This is where we begin", Lorde tweeted yesterday.
It should be expected both Mike Tomlin and Kevin Colbert will make an appearance at some of the more established college Pro Days. They have three picks in the fifth round, and one each in the first (22nd overall), second, third, sixth and seventh.
A Reuters reporter saw several trucks teeming with people, lifting columns of sand and dust as they drove away from the city. Those still in Mosul have to face Daesh's strict rule along with a lack of basic goods and the danger from the fighting.
Cat in the Hat visits Valley children
The National Education's Read Across America Day is a nationwide reading celebration that takes place each year on March 2 - Dr. "Are you ready to try green eggs and ham? " asked Dana Oswald of her kindergarten class at St.
More Flu Deaths Reported in NC Last Week
Signs to watch for include fever, cough, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, body aches, headaches, chills and fatigue. The New Mexico Department of Health says flu season cases are widespread and they think it's just getting started.
Snap makes public market debut
Snapchat has become hugely popular with young smartphone users keen to share messages that don't stay on the web for long. Before, the company was privately held, meaning there was no public market to buy and sell Snap shares.
Markets Right Now: Stocks open lower on Wall Street
The S&P 500 index gained 25.09 points to 2,388.73 while the tech-focused Nasdaq Composite index was up 53.44 points at 5,878.88. Investors sold off government bonds and sent the yield on the 10-year Treasury from 2.35% to 2.46%.
Scientists Discover Evidence of Oldest Life on Earth
Haematite tubes from the NSB hydrothermal vent deposits that represent the oldest microfossils and evidence of life on Earth. They were found in the Nuvvuagittuq Supracrustal Belt in Quebec, Canada in quartz layers.
Facebook Inc (FB) Launches Official Video App for Apple TV
Now, fourth-gen Apple TV owners do not have to rely on their smartphone or laptop to watch live videos posted on Facebook. However, the experience might not be ad-free as Facebook is pushing for longer and high-quality videos in the future.
Is it time to panic about a new deal for Terrelle Pryor?
Jackson did say they are still looking to upgrade the position, but it doesn't seem to be the most pressing issue in Cleveland. The Cleveland Browns now hold the No. 1 pick in the 2017 NFL Draft , and there is still a chance they surprise all of us.
BMW Where Tupac Was Shot Now For Sale
The 1996 BMW 750iL has been listed for sale by California memorabilia dealer Moments in Time , the Associated Press points out. The seller posted a listing for the auto online - complete with a series of new pictures of the 21-year-old cruiser.
Macedonian president refuses to give mandate to Zaev
Albanian is now only an official language in areas of Macedonia where Albanians make up at least 20 percent of the population. Macedonia narrowly avoided civil war in 2001 after an uprising by armed ethnic Albanian groups seeking greater rights.