“America doesn’t stand still and neither will I,” the president says at the beginning of the video posted on the White House website. “So wherever and whenever I can take steps without legislation to expand opportunities for more American families, that’s what I’ll do.”
The clip from Obama’s 2014 State of The Union address then segues into a series of video clips of the president, the majority of which highlight his executive actions.
The video highlights include: “Executive Action on Retirement Savings” from Jan. 29th; “Executive Action Improving Federal Job Training” from Jan. 30; and “Executive Action Helping The Long-Term Unemployed” from Jan. 31.
The video, which was published on Feb. 8th, concludes with: “Tune In February 12th & See What’s Next.”
Feb. 12th was the day that President Obama signed the executive order requiring federal contractors to pay their employees a minimum wage of $10.10 an hour.