10:00 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing 10:45 am || Departs White House 12:30 pm || Arrives Chattanooga, Tennessee 1:35 pm || Tours the Amazon Fulfillment Center 2:00 pm || Delivers remarks 3:05 pm || Departs Chattanooga 4:55 pm || Arrives White House 5:10 pm || Meets with Defense Secretary Hagel All times Eastern
This is bad. Jimmy Carter is reportedly going to North Korea to try to free an American citizen being held there. You see, here’s the problem. Jimmy Carter is like 107 years old and has no idea what he’s doing. I mean, he’s in pretty good possession of his faculties, but he has never known what he’s doing when it comes to foreign policy or
President Obama is being criticized for failing to offer any new economic proposals as part of his recent series of speeches on the economy. But in fact, Obama has dozens of new ideas waiting in the wings. He just hasn’t announced them yet. Meeting with a secret source in the basement of a garage in Rossyln, Virginia – just outside of Washington – White House
The briefing has concluded.
The White House continues to bar average Americans from touring “The People House” but nevertheless lavishes spending on all sorts of special invitees – from diners at last week’s Iftar dinner breaking the Muslim fast to sports teams and foreign diplomats. Soon after the outcry over the cancellation of tours due to the sequester, the White House promised to see what could be done to
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