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Obama Schedule || Monday, April 27, 2015

10:00 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing

All times Eastern
Live stream of White House briefing at 12:30 pm

23 thoughts on “Obama Schedule || Monday, April 27, 2015”

    1. I really think if we want to see his full schedule we will have to check with the Russians. That is part of what they have been sucking out his email system (courtesy of hillary and her un-guarded server).

  1. He expended too much energy telling bad jokes. I wonder how much in tax dollars we paid joke writers to write lousey one-liners?

  2. The President is a ‘charismatic’ cartoon character,opaque and very sad. He has reduced the Presidency to a ‘tattered red carpet’daily tabloid.

  3. Maybe he’s planning on going to Loretta Lynch’s swearing in ceremony:

    Mark Knoller ‏@markknoller
    Also tomorrow: VP Biden swears-in Loretta Lynch as 83rd US Attorney General in 11am ceremony at Justice Dept.

  4. Not much going on this week, except for a State Dinner for Japan on Tuesday. I’m sure that all their pals will be there, as usual.

    Schedule for the Week of April 27, 2015:

    On Monday, the President will attend meetings at the White House.

    On Tuesday, the President will host Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan for an official visit. The two leaders will celebrate the strong global partnership that the United States and Japan have developed during the 70 years since the end of World War II, and underscore the common values and principles that have made the bilateral relationship so enduring. The President and First Lady will officially welcome Prime Minister Abe with an arrival ceremony, after which the Presidents will have a bilateral meeting and press conference. The two leaders will discuss a range of economic, security, and global issues, including progress on the Trans Pacific Partnership, Japan’s expanding role in the Alliance, and climate change. That evening, the President and First Lady will host a State Dinner for Prime Minister Abe.

    On Wednesday, the President will honor the 2015 National Teacher of the Year and finalists at the White House, thanking them for their hard work and dedication each and every day in the classroom.

    On Thursday and Friday, the President will attend meetings at the White House.

  5. OT: In a closed door meeting with Jewish Donors Saturday night, former President George W. Bush delivered harshest criticisms to date against o on foreign policy, saying o is being naive about Iran and the pending nuclear deal and losing the war against the Islamic State.
    He explained in his why o in his view, was placing U.S. in “retreat” around the world.
    He also said o was misreading Iran’s intentions while relaxing sanctions on Tehran to easily.
    According to the attendee’s transcription, Bush noted the Iran has a new President, Hassan Rouhani. “He’s smooth,” Bush said. “And you’ve got to ask yourself, is there a new polilcy or did they just change the spokesman?”
    The full article on

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