Washington (CNN) - Presidents present and past team up at the White House Thursday, when President Barack Obama hosts former President Bill Clinton in the Oval Office. The official White House schedule lists the meeting as closed.
An administration source tells CNN that the meeting is a "check-in" between the two men.
The last sitdown meeting between the president and former president took place on September 14, when the two men met for lunch in New York City.
While at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, the former president is also expected to visit with White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel, who served as senior adviser to Clinton during the 1990's.