9:20 am || Departs the White House 10:35 am || Arrives Green Bay, Wisconsin 10:40 am || Delivers remarks at a campaign rally; Austin Straubel International Airport, Green Bay 11:45 am || Departs Green Bay 1:15 pm PT || Arrives Las Vegas 2:10 pm PT || Delivers remarks at a campaign rally; Cheyenne Sports Complex, Las Vegas 3:25 pm PT || Departs Las Vegas 5:55
Here’s a live feed from Atlantic City, where President Obama and Gov. Chris Christie are about to speak. Often the reporters waiting for the president either aren’t aware or forget that the mike is live. Happy eavesdropping! UPDATE: The event has concluded. Here’s the video.
Um, I’m sorry, I said below that President Obama’s campaigning would resume Thursday. It actually resumed this morning. Obama today suddenly materialized at the Federal Emergency Management Agency headquarters in Washington, where he interfered with everyone’s work received an update on progress addressing the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. What is there he will do at FEMA that he can’t do at the White House? He’s
President Obama will get back on the campaign trail Thursday, once again turning from a crisis to the nation’s gambling mecca, Las Vegas. As he did on Sept. 12, the day after the attack on the embassy in Benghazi, Obama will pivot from grave presidential duties – in this case his tour today of the hurricane-ravaged New Jersey shore – to board a plane the
Gov. Mitt Romney was taunted Tuesday by reporters who wanted to know if he would abolish FEMA. According to the Washington Post, Romney was asked repeatedly whether he would end federal disaster assistance – and scolded for not answering – as Hurricane Sandy wrought destruction across the upper East Coast: Several others again asked Romney whether he would eliminate FEMA. “Governor, you’ve been asked 14
Actually, I mostly sat and waited, and nothing bad happened. The lights even stayed on. I was almost disappointed. I just wanted to thank everyone for their kind wishes and helpful advice. I was able to write throughout the storm. My sincere best wishes to any of you who were hit by the hurricane and were less fortunate. Its seems the best way to help victims
The presidential race is back . . . Wall Street Journal The battle for Ohio: working class whites . . . New York Times Voters think Obama will win . . . Politico Economists: Unemployment to rise to 7.9 percent . . . Reuters Social media changes White House coverage . . . Washington Post Early vote for Obama down 28 points . . . Doug Powers