Obama to unveil new ‘Lilac fur’ coat as ‘new beginning’

President Barack Obama is planning to unveil a new “Lilacs fur” coat on Thursday, his office said.

The new coat will be an all-new version of the popular “Lolita” coat, which Obama first unveiled in January.

It will be available in a number of colors, including “Lemongrass,” “Lemon and Lavender,” and “Fur Coat.”

Obama said on Twitter that he would be announcing the new coat on Wednesday in a meeting with members of Congress.

Lemony and Lemon and Lavander” will be a new beginning for the lilacs fur coat,” the president said.

“I know this will be hard to believe for some, but this coat will give us a new start in the long run.”

The president has made fur coats a centerpiece of his presidency, which has focused on environmental issues and health care.

It was part of a push to address global warming, which he said was a serious problem.