9:30 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing
10:50 am || Participates in interviews with local TV anchors from Roanoke, Virginia; Jacksonville, Florida; Greenville, South Carolina; Sioux City, Iowa; Green Bay, Wisconsin; Colorado Springs, Colorado; Reno, Nevada; and Fresno, California; Cabinet Room
12:30 pm || Lunch with Biden; Private Dining Room
4:00 pm || Meets with Treasury Secretary Geithner
4:30 pm || Meets with Defense Secretary Panetta
All times Eastern
Live Stream of Carney briefing at 1:15 pm
8 thoughts on “Obama Schedule || Monday, June 11, 2012”
That’s a lot of interviews in a short time. None of them are going to get a lot of time.
All locals are from areas he must win in November. How clever the fool is.
Gee, wonder who’s going to bring up the national security leaks.
100 minutes / 8 stations = 12.5 minutes per interview. If you take into consideration setup time as well as his long-winded rambling idiocy in answering questions, these TV anchors may get a chance to ask one, maybe two questions tops. If they are from the alphabet channels, chances are he already knows what they are going to ask ahead of time anyway…
I’m still shocked he’s starting a Monday at 9:30. That’s his earliest start time, unless he’s campaigning, and he tends to start later on Mondays. Also, I’m very surprised he even has such a busy schedule today because the weekly schedule just said “meetings at the WH”. Whenever it says that, it usually ends up being a very light day with little to nothing scheduled.
He does these swing state local news interviews at least every other month. Remember, sometimes it doesn’t work out well for him. Last time, the local reporter had the nerve to ask him some questions about the millions of unemployed people seeing the President and first family always on vacation. Keith did a post about it. So, maybe we’ll get lucky and someone will challenge him today.
Here’s Keith’s post from last time:
LOL… to see a reporter ask Obama a “real question”
I am interested to see if Obama is challenged in any of the interviews he has scheduled with local reporters today. The recent interview witht he KC journo did not go well because he asked tough questions the submissive WHPC does not seem willing to ask. We shall see…
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