From the White House. Sounds like a full weekend of golf in Florida is on tap.
On Tuesday, President Obama will visit FEMA headquarters in Washington to receive the annual hurricane season outlook and preparedness briefing. In the afternoon, Obama will welcome the NCAA Champion Villanova University Men’s Basketball team to honor the team and their 2016 NCAA Championship.
On Wednesday, the president will return to Concord High School in Elkhart, Indiana – the site of his first trip as President. More than seven years after that visit, Obama will highlight “the economic progress that Elkhart and America have made,” according to the White House, the economic challenges that remain, and “the decisions that face Americans in communities like Elkhart.” While in Elkhart, Obama will take part in a town hall hosted by PBS, where he’ll have the opportunity to hear directly from Elkhart residents. In the evening, he will travel to Colorado Springs, Colorado, where he will remain overnight.
On Thursday, the president will address the 2016 graduates at the United States Air Force Academy commencement ceremony. In the evening, he will return to Washington, D.C.
And on Friday, Obama will travel to Miami, Florida, where he will attend fundraisers for Senate Democrats and the DNC. In the evening, he will travel to Palm City, Florida, where he will remain through Sunday.
On Sunday, Obama will return to Washington, D.C.