President Obama is headed back to South Florida on Oct. 20 after rescheduling his trip due to Hurricane Matthew.

The President will deliver remarks about the Affordable Care Act (ACA) at Miami-Dade College. He is scheduled to discuss the progress made to ensure all Americans have access to quality and affordable health care, according to the White House.

Following the event, President Obama will attend a ‘Hillary for America’ event before returning to Washington.

Florida is a swing state which is crucial to the Presidential election result, and President Obama has been campaigning heavily for Clinton over the past few weeks, taking particular aim at Trump’s latest sexual assault allegations in recent events.

On Friday, President Obama campaigned for Clinton in Ohio, another battle ground state, asking Republican voters to open their eyes to Trump’s unacceptable behavior.

The President also took aim at Republican voters questioning their key values by pointing out Trump’s blatant disregard for women.

Traffic closures are expected when the President arrives, we will update this story when further details are available. It is unclear which Miami-Dade campus the President will speak at.


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