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Obama Schedule || Week of June 6 — June 12, 2016

From the White House:

On Monday, President Obama will welcome the Super Bowl Champion Denver Broncos to the White House to honor the team and their Super Bowl 50 victory.

On Tuesday, Obama will meet with Prime Minister Modi of India at the White House. The president “looks forward to discussing progress made on our climate change and clean energy partnership, security and defense cooperation, and economic growth priorities,” according to the White House

Obama Wednesday will travel to New York City to raise money for Senate Democrats and the DNC. On Thursday, he will host a reception at the White House in recognition of LGBT Pride Month. There is no public schedule for Friday, Saturday, or Sunday.

11 thoughts on “Obama Schedule || Week of June 6 — June 12, 2016”

  1. The Broncos will be one man down on their WH visit, as Aqib Talib, with a “history of violence” both on and off the field, was shot in the leg outside a Dallas night club early yesterday. The shooting has been termed “accidental”.

    1. Just wondering, who pays for these sports teams to travel to the WH ? I know it’s a tradition to honor championship teams, but maybe it would be cheaper to send the President to them?

      1. I’ve long wondered the same thing — not just for celebrities and athletes (who seem to make up a large part of Obama’s public schedule), but also for all the human props he imports to “have his back” when he speechifies.

  2. Would it upset the whole WhiteHouse if the President had a reception honoring straight, married couples?
    Why in the world do homosexuals need to be honored with a reception in the WhiteHouse when heterosexuals are not?
    I call SEXISM against the straight community!!!

  3. I think we all know what he’s going to be doing on Friday – taking selfies at the funeral of a person who refused to fight in ‘a white man’s war.’

  4. In the White House with a football team instead of attending ceremonies I Normandy France on the 72nd anniversary of D-Day.

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