President Obama will dine with a dozen Democratic senators at the Jefferson Hotel Wednesday night.

The dinner follows Obama holding two separate dinner with Senate Republicans. Each dinner was with a separate group of senators. The first dinner was at the Jefferson Hotel and the second dinner was at the White House.

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According to a Democratic aide, Obama's Wednesday night dinner at the Jefferson Hotel will focus "on job creation, gun violence prevention, and immigration reform."

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Murray organized the dinner after the White House requested it.