10:05 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing 10:50 am || Departs White House 11:50 am || Arrives Newport News, Virginia 1:05 pm || Delivers remarks on the impact of the sequester 2:05 pm || Departs Newport News 3:05 pm || Arrives White House All times Eastern
Just in case you missed this one. Kerry is launching his first big overseas trip this week, traveling to Franceland, Egyptia, Iraqistan, and Ghanaria.
Here’s what President Obama told Al Sharpton Thursday, I guess on Sharpton’s radio show. I don’t know, I don’t listen to it: My sense is that their basic view is that nothing is important enough to raise taxes on wealthy individuals or corporations, and they would prefer to see these kinds of cuts that could slow down our recovery over closing tax loopholes. And that’s
The briefing has concluded.
First Lady Michelle Obama is dramatically raising her profile, begging the question of whether she is planning to run for the Senate. In recent weeks – and especially in recent days – Mrs. Obama has been ubiquitous, and her schedule suggests she will continue to be. The timing and circumstances for Senate campaign by Mrs. Obama couldn’t be better. An Illinois Senate seat will be
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First Lady Michelle Obama Sunday night made a surprise appearance on the Academy Awards to present the Oscar for Best Picture. She made the award via video from the Diplomatic Room of the White House. Michelle used a group of young servicemen and women as props for her latest high-profile media appearance, having them stand behind her as she spoke. Mrs. Obama wore a silver,