President Barack Obama will dust off his presidential bus and head to New York and Pennsylvania for a two day tour next week, the White House announced on Monday.
Obama, currently vacationing on Martha's Vineyard, will use the trip to "discuss another cornerstone of his vision for a better bargain for the middle class," a White House official said, without specifying any details of the president's speeches.
Since the beginning of August, Obama has used day trips to discuss jobs and the economy. Launched in Illinois, the new initiative has also brought the president to Missouri, Florida, Tennessee and Arizona.
He's laid out plans for a new "grand bargain" on jobs, as well as a new push to bolster the nation's housing market.