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Obama Schedule || Monday, October 19, 2015

10:00 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing
10:55 am || Holds a roundtable with CEOs; Roosevelt Room
5:15 pm || Meets with Treasury Secretary Lew
7:35 pm || Delivers remarks at the White House Astronomy Night; South Lawn

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

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42 Responses to Obama Schedule || Monday, October 19, 2015

  1. “Clock Boy” and his family will be guests at the WH tonight for “Astronomy Night”. Obummer invited him and told him to bring his “clock”/hoax bomb. Have fun getting that past the Secret Service.

    Schedule for the Week of October 19, 2015

    On Monday, the President will host a roundtable with CEOs to discuss efforts to tackle climate change both in the United States as well as on a global scale. The discussion will focus on how to further efforts around carbon mitigation, sustainability and resiliency and how technologies are emerging to support and scale these efforts.

    In the evening, the President will host the second White House Astronomy Night, bringing together students, teachers, scientists, astronauts and others to spend an evening stargazing. Participants will also learn about astronomical discoveries and participate in space-related educational activities to help promote the importance of STEM education and inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers who will explore the stars.

    On Tuesday, the President will attend meetings at the White House.

    On Wednesday, the President will travel to Charleston, West Virginia, to host a community discussion on the prescription drug abuse and heroin epidemic. Communities in West Virginia and in states across the country have been developing and implementing responses that involve all sectors of their communities. The President will discuss local, state and federal efforts as well as private sector initiatives with those who are addressing the epidemic on a daily basis. Further details regarding the President’s trip to West Virginia will be available in the coming days.

    On Thursday, the President will host Prime Minister Sharif of Pakistan at the White House. The visit will highlight the enduring nature of the U.S.-Pakistan relationship and provide an opportunity to strengthen our cooperation on issues of mutual interest, including economic growth, trade and investment, clean energy, global health, climate change, nuclear security, counterterrorism, and regional stability. The President looks forward to discussions with Prime Minister Sharif on ways we can advance our shared interest in a stable, secure, and prosperous Pakistan.

    On Friday, the President will participate in an event with the DNC’s Women’s Leadership Forum and attend a DNC roundtable in Washington, DC.

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    ‘Trudeaumania’ heir could become Canada’s next PM

    TORONTO (AP) — The son of a man who brought glamor and excitement to Canadian politics in the late 1960s is favored to become Canada’s next prime minister.

    Justin Trudeau, the son of late Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, is leading in the polls ahead of Monday’s election that could spell the end of a decade of Conservative rule under Stephen Harper.

    Trudeau, tall and trim at 43, channels the star power – if not quite the political heft – of his father, who swept to power in 1968 on a wave of support dubbed “Trudeaumania.

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    TORONTO (AP) — Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper faces a tough re-election battle against½a0}front-runner Justin Trudeau in Canada’s elections Monday. Here’s a guide to the election:

    http://apnews.myway.com/article/20151019/cn–canada_election-news_guide-8f61fafc4b.html