President Obama will host the entire Senate Democratic caucus for lunch at the White House on Tuesday, in an effort to review the achievements of his first six months in office and build momentum for major initiatives whose fates are now in the hands of Congress.

Press Secretary Robert Gibbs said the president invited the caucus to discuss “what has been accomplished in the first six-and-a-half months of the administration, and to talk about our priorities,” including the slowly recovering economy and proposals to revamp the health care system and encourage the use of renewable energy.

There may even be cake for dessert, seeing as Tuesday is the president’s 48th birthday.

“Chuck E. Cheese was booked,” Gibbs joked during the White House press briefing on Monday.

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