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Obama Schedule || Monday, July 20, 2014

9:30 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing
10:15 am || Signs an Executive Order related to LGBT employees; East Room
11:45 am || Participates in a town hall focusing on the My Brother’s Keeper Initiative; Walker Jones Education Campus, Washington
3:05 pm || Awards Ryan M. Pitts, U.S. Army, the Medal of Honor; East Room

All times Eastern
Live stream of White House briefing at 1:00 pm

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22 Responses to Obama Schedule || Monday, July 20, 2014

  1. Monday’s schedule is much more in his comfort zone. This should let him play at being president: LGBT stuff, Town Hall meeting over “who cares” stuff, and a Medal of Honor presentation. No heavy lifting for this president.

    And, if you look at the rest of the week….fundraiser after fundraiser all over the country.

    We’re paying this guy $400 grand a year for this?

  2. ‘My Brother’s Keeper Initiative’? I thought his brother was living in a hut in Kenya while US Taxpayers took care of his aunt?

      • No matter. The EO on LGBT workplace discrimination another abridgement of the First Amendment. Daily this outlet dik stumbles out of bed and trashes the constitution our rights and the rule of law. And our elected public servants – put that in for a giggle – are packing for their month long summer vacation — a lot of it junkets on the taxpayer dime

        August would be a great time to take back the country. All of Washington will be doing the French holiday.

  3. Just thinking…we have children at the border – ok scattered throughout the US — and we have some children with mothers. What we don’t have are children with mothers and fathers. No fathers. Hmmm mother stays “home” with children. Nobody works. Nobody makes a contribution. Nobody is here to assimilate or become an American.

    Barrack Obama has made Amerika one big daycare center.

    When my grandparents came my grandfather came first and worked in the Pittsburgh steel mills. Then after working and making arrangements my grandmother came with my father and two my aunts. Similar situation with my mother’s family – only it was coal mines. My grandmother was widowed early – lost a few children – coal mining accidents. She raised the rest of the family alone. And then she died.

  4. Another busy day for our light-weight president. Meanwhile, our southern border has been breeched and the world burns.