President Barack Obama returned from his Hawaiian vacation early Tuesday morning, just in time for the Iowa caucuses.
The president plans to jump right back into his campaign for re-election, starting by hosting a live Web chat with supporters in the state, Tuesday night.
"In the midst of a competitive Republican primary, you can anticipate that the president will continue to be visible, that he'll continue to have a pretty aggressive travel schedule outside of Washington," White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary Josh Earnest told the Washington Post.
On Wednesday, the president will travel to Cleveland for an event focusing on the economy.
"That will be in pretty stark contrast to Republican candidates that will be focused on creative ways to say bad things about their opponents for the presidency," Earnest said.