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Obama Schedule || Tuesday, June 28, 2011

10:00 am || Meets with Secretary of State Clinton
10:35 am || Departs White House
11:55 am || Arrives Moline, Illinois
12:45 pm || Tours Alcoa Davenport Works
1:05 pm || Delivers remarks on manufacturing
2:45 pm || Departs Moline
5:55 pm || Arrives White House

All times Eastern

18 thoughts on “Obama Schedule || Tuesday, June 28, 2011”

    1. Keith – could you please post a notice up front that there are no fundraisers on the following daily schedule – only spending more money traveling and wasting taxpayers money on political jaunts – so we don’t fall out of our chairs when we see that there are NO fundraisers. Thanks.

      1. That reminds me of a scene from the Dirck Van Dyke Show–Laura makes a recipe and Dick takes a bite and almost chokes. “Where did you get this recipe?” he gasps reaching for water. “It was on the box of salt,” she replies.

  1. Thirty-five minutes with the Secretary of State and 7+ hours to deliver a speech on manufacturing. Puhleeze. Isn’t there some way we can figure out the costs of all these jaunts? Of course the Lame Stream Media would never report same.

  2. 10:35 Departs White House that says all you need to know. He can’t wait to
    get out of the Oval Office he might have to work and it would interfere with
    more important duties. The first the campaigning for 2012 that began after he took the oath of office. And those golf balls aren’t going to hit themselves are they?

  3. Meeting with Secretary of State for…? I can only assume that they are planning anothe AF1 road trip to Rome to see Lady Gaga? Then golf afterwards?

  4. sheldon g. leibow,md

    The obama co-president(self-designated) who has such contempt for America takes a luxury trip to Africa for her and her family at taxpayer exp[enses and a time that her husband ridicules attempts to balance the budget and talks of cost savings measures such as curtailing social security and medicaide.Perhaps he should curtail hius wife’s wasteful trips for her and her family’s entertainment. The $100 million could have funded Meals on Wheels and other needy projects while she lives in unaccustomed luxury.

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