The Senate's top Democrats will head to the White House on Tuesday to huddle with President Barack ObamaBarack ObamaRepublicans are preparing extreme immigration measures The Hill's 12:30 Report Gorka: 'Look at all the smiles' in Israel for Trump's visit MORE on remaining legislative priorities.

Obama and Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenBiden fuels 2020 speculation Biden calls for unity: 'It’s time for America to get up' The Hill's 12:30 Report MORE will meet in the Roosevelt Room of the White House today with 15 of the Senate's top Democrats, more than a fourth of the party's entire Senate delegation.

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The purpose of the meeting is to "discuss legislative priorities before the August recess," according to White House guidance for the meeting.

Indeed, a number of items remain on the Senate's plate before lawmakers break for their traditional August recess.

Senate Majority Leader Harry ReidHarry ReidThis week: Congress awaits Comey testimony Will Republicans grow a spine and restore democracy? Racial representation: A solution to inequality in the People’s House MORE (D-Nev.) has said he hopes to finish work on Wall Street reform "this week," and move to other top priorities. Those include a long-stalled extension of unemployment benefits and a campaign finance reform bill that Democrats had hoped to bring to the floor before the Fourth of July holiday.

More broadly, Obama may press the senators on other top priorities, like an energy and climate bill, and immigration reform legislation, which the president has said he would like to see set into motion this year. Obama has also called on senators to ratify the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (New START) with Russia before November.

Democrats in attendance will include: Reid, President Pro Tem Daniel Inouye (Hawaii), Majority Whip Dick DurbinDick DurbinDem senator compares Trump to Blagojevich Rosenstein: I stand by Comey memo Mueller to ask Congress to step back Russia investigations: report MORE (Ill.), Conference Vice Chairman Charles SchumerCharles SchumerOvernight Tech: FCC begins rolling back net neutrality | Sinclair deal puts heat on regulators | China blames US for 'Wanna Cry' attack Sasse dominates Twitter with Schumer photo, 'reefer' caption The Democrats can be great again, here’s how MORE (N.Y.), Conference Secretary Patty MurrayPatty MurrayDems demand answers on report that admin tried to trade ObamaCare payments Dem senators push for probe of Sessions over Comey firing Dems unveil bill to bring back workplace safety rule MORE (Wash.), Outreach Committee Chairman Jeff Bingaman (N.M.), Chief Deputy Whip Barbara BoxerBarbara BoxerTime is now to address infrastructure needs Tom Steyer testing waters for Calif. gubernatorial bid Another day, another dollar for retirement advice rip-offs MORE (Calif.), Deputy Whip Tom CarperTom CarperDems seek damage assessment after Trump's meeting with Russians Overnight Energy: Senate panel advances regulatory reform bills Heitkamp breaks with Dems on regulations MORE (Del.), Policy Committee Chairman Byron Dorgan (N.D.), Deputy Whip Russ Feingold (Wis.), Rural Outreach Chairwoman Blanche Lincoln (Ark.), Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee Chairman Bob MenendezRobert MenendezThe Mideast-focused Senate letter we need to see Taiwan deserves to participate in United Nations The way forward on the Iran nuclear deal under President Trump MORE (N.J.), Deputy Whip Bill NelsonBill NelsonExpanded laptop ban alarms travel industry Why does air travel seem so miserable? Offshore drilling opponents gear up for Gulf fight MORE (Fla.), Outreach Committee Vice Chairman Mark PryorMark PryorMedicaid rollback looms for GOP senators in 2020 Cotton pitches anti-Democrat message to SC delegation Ex-Sen. Kay Hagan joins lobby firm MORE (Ark.), and Steering and Outreach Committee Chairwoman Debbie StabenowDebbie StabenowDemocrats prod Trump Interior nominee over lobbying work McConnell promises women can take part in healthcare meetings Dems request insider trading investigation into top Trump adviser MORE (Mich.).