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Obama Schedule || Monday, November 7, 2016

9:35 am || Departs White House
11:10 am || Arrives Ann Arbor, Michigan
12:35 pm || Delivers remarks at a Hillary Clinton rally; University of Michigan
2:10 pm || Departs Michigan
3:50 pm || Arrives Durham, New Hampshire
4:45 pm || Delivers remarks at a Hillary Clinton rally; University of New Hampshire; Durham
6:05 pm || Departs New Hampshire
7:25 pm || Arrives Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
8:15 pm || Delivers remarks at a Hillary Clinton rally, along with Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton, and First Lady Michelle Obama; Independence Mall, Philadelphia
9:55 pm || Departs Philadelphia
10:50 pm || Arrives White House

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23 Responses to Obama Schedule || Monday, November 7, 2016

  1. Wow, departing the WH so early (for him, that is). Obummer has worked harder for Shrillary in the final days of this election than he has ever worked for the American people

    The Michigan event was a last minute addition. Bubba went there today. And, Shrillary was there Friday and will be there again Monday. Those internal polls must not be so good.

    He needed Stevie Wonder in FL today to attract a crowd. Even then, it was only 11,000 while Trump easily draws that and many more without the need for “celebrity” entertainment.

    The lovely libs left their trash all over the stadium today. Funny how they toss the Shrillary signs on the ground, while Trump supporters most likely take their Trump signs home as souvenirs:

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2016/11/field-trash-garbage-left-infield-obama-rally-clinton-florida/

  2. It’s a very light week, yet again:

    Schedule for the Week of November 7, 2016

    On Monday, the President will participate in a Hillary for Americi event in Durham, New Hampshire. Afterward, the President and the First Lady will travel to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to participate in a Hillary for America event. Further details on the President’s travel to New Hampshire and Pennsylvania will be available in the coming days.

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

    On Thursday, the President will welcome the Cleveland Cavaliers to the White House to honor the team and their 2016 NBA Championship victory.

    On Friday, the President will attend a wreath laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and deliver remarks at the Veterans Day Ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery.

  3. Nigel Farage ( Mr Brexit ) predicts in Daily Telegraph: If Trump doesn´t win, a third party, like UKIP, will emerge in the US.
    Possible, isn´t it ?

    • There’s often talk of a “third party” and I suppose we have small renditions of such in the Green Party and the Libertarian movements. It’s unlikely a third party would emerge as a major power broker at this time, though I know it has happened in other countries with a Parliamentary form of government. We are so wedded to a binary, two-party system in the US that a third party would take many years to develop into a force strong enough to seriously compete with the Republican or Democrat parties. But, hey, stranger things have happened in politics, so who knows for sure?

      • Normally I would agree. This time, maybe not. There is such anger and disaffection (?) within the Republican base that either the Party changes radically which is unlikely or the possibility of a third party could become a reality.

        • Good points. There surely is enough angst, dissatisfaction and anger at the Republican party–and the Democrat party among the Sanders supporters–to create a much needed rebirth or new birth of a political party. It’s a long haul, but it’s been done before in our history.

  4. Trump is holding a rally here in Florida (Sarasota) starting at 11:00. Our local news station said that people slept outside overnight at the place where Trump will be speaking just so they can get in and get a chair. Doors open at 8:00am. Amazing how the people flock to see Trump without any celebrity fanfare.

    PS His pilot must be exhausted.

    • I heard on the radio this morning that Trump was holding a packed rally at 2 am this morning–he happened to be running late so the rally began three or so hours late. People stayed and waited for him, and were excited to hear him. We’ve heard about these packed and motivated audiences for months. They are an indicator, a sign, a portend of what’s going on in the country. Hillary has to bus people into make it look like there’s a big crowd or hire rap singers and low life entertainers to get people to attend her rallies. Not Trump. He shows up by himself. That’s all he needs to do to pack a house.

  5. How could he, how could the President of the United States use his influence and office to promote a candidate that has been proven to be careless with our national secrets, who has enriched herself by means of her appointed office, and offers the people nothing of value?

  6. WOW.I was musing about America after an HRC win. It was so horrifying and depressing I had to delete it.

    Our heritage was a unique gift. Never seen before in history and never to be seen again. You cannot rebuild it.

    • I’m with you, Grace. Actually, I felt 2012 was the key election to getting us back on track…instead, Obama was allowed to continue his destruction, increase that “47%” Romney spoke of (so many more takers than makers now), and pass off the baton to Hillary.

      I was very depressed after 2012, as I felt it would be very difficult to reverse course in another four years. Sadly, it appears my assessment was correct.