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Obama Schedule || Monday, November 4, 2013

11:00 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing
11:45 am || Meets with senior advisors
2:10 pm || Honors the 2013 Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks; East Room
4:15 pm || Meets with Secretary of Defense Hagel
6:15 pm || Delivers remarks at an Organizing for Action event; Washington
7:20 pm || Delivers remarks and answers questions at an Organizing for Action dinner; Washington

All times Eastern
Live stream Carney briefing at 12:45 pm

13 Responses to Obama Schedule || Monday, November 4, 2013

      • Ofay? Damn, I am a Yankee and haven’t heard that since the 60’s. I used to drive a small van that held 16. I’d pick up the kids from several schools and drive them to an after-school program at the local JCC, where we would help them with homework or give them crafts projects. To keep them amused during the 25 minute ride, I’d have them look at the car tags in front of us or I would read the first 3-letters and they had to make a sentence from them. I’d cringe in advance if any of the letters had an “F” – LOL.

  1. Dose Obama know the Chicago Blackhawks have a RACIST!!! team logo?
    Its a NATIVE AMERICAN (aka: “Indian”) Head!
    Will Obama be asked about, or tell the team to change its logo???

  2. The Blackhawks have a more important schedule than Obama has today.

    They are visiting the White House for a few hours and then they are off to the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center to visit the veterans, wounded warriors, and their families and to thank them for their service.

    I wonder when was the last time Oblamer thanked our brave men and women for their sacrifices.

    Keep up the good work Blackhawks!

  3. “Working dinner”? The only time he’s working is when he’s campaigning.

    From The Hill:

    Obama will attend a”working dinner” with top OFA donors, campaign alumni, staff, and representatives from other top liberal organizations — including Planned Parenthood, AFSCME, SEIU and the Center for American Progress.