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Obama Schedule || Wednesday, October 21, 2015

10:30 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing
12:15 pm || Departs White House
1:35 pm || Arrives Charleston, West Virginia
2:20 pm || Participates in a community forum on drug abuse; Charleston
4:15 pm || Departs Charleston, West Virginia
5:30 pm || Arrives White House
6:35 pm || Hosts House and Senate Democrats; State Dining Room

All times Eastern

21 Responses to Obama Schedule || Wednesday, October 21, 2015

  1. If I were the Republicans I would bring food tasters.

    Arm twisting.

    Works every time. Republicans fold every time they are allowed to cross the threshold of the Peoples’ Houae.

  2. No comment from the WH on the shooting of a NYPD officer gunned down in the line of duty last night by some thug on the FDR.

    Guess its not that important to this President.

    ps… Drug forum in Charleston WV? Not saying its not worthy, but for impact, why not go to inner Chicago! Which begs the question, when was the last time, if any, this President visited South Chicago?


  3. “Participates in a community forum on drug abuse; Charleston”

    Well, at least that’s one subject with which Barry should be very familiar.

  4. Clock Boy moving to Qatar on full ride scholarship. This story just keeps getting crazier. Note the last paragraph – after getting all this attention and a FREE RIDE to high school and college, not to mention all charges dropped, the media has the gall to mention his “negative” experience because of “racial and ethnic profiling”

  5. The daily schedule of Chance the Gardener Obama painfully reminds us that we are now living in a form of government called a kakistocracy. A kakistocracy is a government in which the worst possible people are in power. Boy, are we there.

  6. This guy shut down a major line of commerce and travel in Charleston, WV and kept many people from getting to and from where they needed to be so he could make an appearance. If he wanted to do something about the drug problem here in WV, he shouldn’t have regulated coal into near oblivion and driven the economy of an already poor state into a worse condition, which could logically be cited as a reaaon people are buying and selling even more drugs in the area.