Speaking in Wayne, Obama praised the 2009 federal auto bailout, calling it a success story that shows government can work.
The White House says the president also will highlight the role of his decision to rescue the auto industry in saving American jobs.
The president’s stop in Detroit on Wednesday will reflect on his decision to bail out the auto industry, while citing the return of manufacturing jobs to the region.
“I can tell that he’s reached a point where he’s desperately seeking measures to help get his point across,” Amir Hekmati’s sister told WWJ.
The Obama administration began the My Brother’s Keeper Initiative in February in response to the growing disparities that young African-American and Latino men face.
Giovanni Fuentes, 28, was due in court Monday for a deportation hearing, but now due to the Barack Obama-backed enforcement changes, the feds are closing his case.
The 23-year-old woman was part of a group protesting the President’s plan on immigration.
The president’s unilateral actions will spare 5 million people, mostly parents and the young, from deportations.
Two Michigan school superintendents will participate in a forum with President Barack Obama at the White House on Wednesday.
The 88-year-old Dingell entered the U.S. House at age 29 when he won a special election after the death of his father, U.S. Rep. John Dingell Sr. The elder Dingell took the seat in 1933.