Former President Bill Clinton is expected to join Senate Democrats at their weekly caucus meeting on Tuesday to discuss the challenges and prospects of passing healthcare reform, according to the Associated Press.

It will be a symbolic meeting for both Clinton, who witnessed his party's numbers in Congress dwindle in part because of his failed reform attempt in 1994, as well as Senate Democrats, who are still divided over how to best reform the insurance system.

"All Senators should be aware that former President Clinton will be making a presentation on Health Care at tomorrow's caucus lunch," Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (Nev.) informed Democrats, according to CNN. "Senator Reid has requested that all Democratic Senators attend."