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Obama Schedule || Monday, May 11, 2015

10:00 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing
3:30 pm || Delivers remarks recognizing emerging global entrepreneurs; South Court Auditorium

All times Eastern except as noted
Live stream of White House briefing at 12:30 pm

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22 Responses to Obama Schedule || Monday, May 11, 2015

  1. He might as well stay in bed Monday. He sure won’t be missed with this schedule! What the he!! does he know about entrepreneurship? “You didn’t build that”!

  2. 3:30 pm || Delivers remarks recognizing emerging global entrepreneurs; South Court Auditorium

    3:35 pm || Has said entrepreneurs taken into custody and sent to Gitmo. When asked, Mr. Obama replied, I can’t have these people creating JOBS. That goes against my entire plan for the world. When asked “Why Gitmo?” Mr Obama said “These folks are ECONOMIC Terrorists. Where better than Gitmo? Wich I WILL close before the end of my 3rd or 4th term in office”!

  3. Schedule for the Week of May 11, 2015:

    On Monday, the President will deliver remarks at an event bringing together emerging entrepreneurs from across the United States and around the world to highlight the importance of investing in women and young entrepreneurs to create innovative solutions to some of the world’s toughest challenges, including poverty, climate change, extremism, as well as access to education and healthcare. This event comes ahead of the President’s travel to this summer’s Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Kenya and provides a unique opportunity to galvanize global attention on emerging entrepreneurs.

    On Tuesday, the President will participate in a discussion with Robert Putnam, professor of public policy at the Harvard University John F. Kennedy School of Government, and Arthur Brooks, president of the American Enterprise Institute, at the Catholic-Evangelical Leadership Summit on Overcoming Poverty at Georgetown University. The discussion will be moderated by E.J. Dionne, Jr., Washington Post columnist and professor in Georgetown’s McCourt School of Public Policy.

    On Wednesday, the President will meet at the White House with King Salman of Saudi Arabia to build on their close consultations on a wide range of regional and bilateral issues. Later on Wednesday, the President will welcome leaders and delegations from the Gulf Cooperation Council countries – Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates – to the White House. The gathering will be an opportunity to discuss ways to enhance our mutual partnership and deepen security cooperation. The United States values greatly our relationship with the GCC countries, and we look forward to an in-depth and substantive exchange on key issues at this meeting, as we have enjoyed throughout our long history of consultation and cooperation.

    On Thursday, the President will welcome the Gulf Cooperation Council leaders and delegations to Camp David to continue their discussions.

    On Friday, the President will deliver remarks at the National Peace Officers Memorial Service at the Capitol.

  4. 11am, After a leisurely breakfast and Fido brings in the daily briefing, the President tries on the Kings crown, and says to himself in the mirror… yeah, I still got it.

    In other news, King of Saudi Arabia disses the President, sends the court jester to meet at Camp David. Take that Mister World Leader

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  5. By the way, I would rather him spend the day discussing the hardship on the American buisness owners.
    We buy anything and everything from overseas.
    When I was a kid, about the only thing we bought from China was that little bitty plastic toy. Correction we didn’t buy it, but we always ask mom, just as well.

    • When I was a kid, all the cheap toys and other items came from Japan. I don’t recall anything coming from China then.

        • Lee, Did you know a company purchased the Shinola brand name from the shoe wax people? They make watches, bicycles, leather goods and journals in Detroit. If anyone can make a go of it in Detroit then they could make a go of it anywhere in the US.

        • Why? We STILL have it too good here. Most of us have enough to eat and a place to sleep and a cell phone! We need to be taken down a few more pegs before The Exalted One is satisfied with our place in the world.