10:00 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing 11:00 am || Participates in a video conference with his British, French, German, and Italian counterparts; The Situation Room 3:05 pm || Departs White House 4:10 pm || Arrives Newark, New Jersey 5:00 pm || Appears at a fundraiser for Senate Democrats; Union, New Jersey 6:05 pm || Departs Newark 6:40 pm || Arrives Bridgeport, Connecticut 8:05
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest today acknowledged that he voted for his boss, President Barack Obama, suggesting that he did so not only in 2012 but in 2008 as well. “I’m a longtime supporter,” Earnest admitted during today’s White House briefing. Earnest seemed to be having some fun at expense of Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Grimes, the Democratic candidate for Senate who refuses
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With ISIS taking more towns in Syria and, on the other front, closing in on Baghdad, it appears President Obama’s strategy for “degrading and ultimately destroying” the Islamist psychos is failing. Some are calling for boots on the ground. But this is not necessary, as Obama has a backup plan. In fact, he has many ideas he hasn’t tried yet. Obama called last night to share
People planning to use the Obamacare exchanges to purchase health insurance will have to wait until after Election Day to find out how much premiums have risen, according to the Washington Times. Now I wonder why that’s happening? According to the Times: Enrollment on the Healthcare.gov website begins Nov. 15, or 11 days after the midterm vote, and critics who worry about rising premium hikes in 2015
You may be aware the other day that a video was put out featuring conservative writer Jason Mattera ambushing former IRS official Lois Lerner while she was walking her dogs, asking her if she wanted to apologize for targeting conservatives. Now, I’m no fan of such tactics, which I think are designed more to call attention to the ambusher than actually elicit information or make a
“Surge” of Ebola personnel to Dallas . . . The Hill A “surge” of personnel and other resources has been sent to Dallas to help discover how a nurse was infected with Ebola, top health officials told President Obama during an Oval Office meeting on Monday. White House will not name Ebola Czar . . . Newsmax The Obama administration has said it will not