In the history of mankind, many republics have risen, have flourished for a less or greater time, and then have fallen because their citizens lost the power of governing themselves and thereby of governing their state. TR


Obama Schedule || Thursday, July 21, 2016

10:00 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing
11:50 pm || Welcomes the Kansas City Royals to the White House; East Room
4:30 pm || Delivers remarks at an Eid al-Fitr reception; East Room

All times Eastern
Live stream of White House briefing at 10:15 am

20 thoughts on “Obama Schedule || Thursday, July 21, 2016”

  1. I have an 8:30 call with a prospect, a 10:00 strategy meeting with a client, a 1:00 team planning meeting for a future strategy meeting, a 2:00 personnel feedback meeting, and a 5:00 strategy call with a client.

  2. Eid-al-Fitr, Hari Raya, “at this point, what difference does it make?” We’ve had a Muslim as President of the United States for the past eight years. If he had acknowledged it, and we voted him into office, that would be one thing. No, like Hillary, he has been deceptive about his religion.

    1. The 4:30 reception is just one more opportunity to throw it into our faces. 4:30 is the about the time for the evening call to prayer. To him, one of the most beautiful sounds in the world.

  3. Had to look up “Eid al-Fitr”. Big time Muslim festival occasion, it turns out.

    “Eid al-Fitr is an important Islamic holiday that involves many Muslims waking up early and praying either at an outdoor prayer ground or a mosque. Many Muslims dress in their finest clothes and adorn their homes with lights and other decorations.”

    Obama gets closer to admitting who he is, what he’s all about.

  4. The summing up of Cruz appearance over here is, he was booed for not endorsing Trump. Well, I always thought that he had a sleazy appearance, full of fake machismo. And now, on top of that, a bad loser.Ugh!
    And Barry continues with his little Muslim parties in the White House. It is a little like poking his finger in peoples eyes.I have not read about any of our European leaders doing anything like it. They wouldn´t dare.Many of their voters battle with hostile Muslims every day here in Europe. Did you read about the attack in an Alp resort in southern France ( near Grenoble ) a few days ago ? A woman was having breakfast at a café with her three daughters. She and her children were attacked by a knife-wielding Muslim and seriously wounded. He thought that they dressed “inappropriate”. They wore shorts.

      1. Cisco, horrible, horrible. It´s beyond horrible, I have no words. Of course I never watched the video, it destroys any ones soul. Oh, little boy, may the angels take you away from these demons.

  5. Why do I have to research these celebrations this barry chooses to honor????? may he be tossing and turning for the next few months like I have for 8 years.
    What a wonderful Trump family.yep yep Go America

  6. Just a little thing that keeps me smiling.

    In a Trump administration I would like to see a regular report from Cabinet Secretaries. Something along the lines of : At the beginning there were X# of federal regulations dictating the growing of pea pods in window boxes (for example). This month we have eliminated X# of these regulations, eliminated X# of federal bureaucrat employees in the pea pod section, and saved X#of dollars.

      1. In a way I really do mean this. It would be so easy to accomplish. One report a month, each department, released at a press conference, posted on WH website and distributed to all media outlets.

        ’cause frankly those pea pods are overtaking the windowsills and it is unsightly.

        1. It would go a very long way to bring about accountability in government, expose the waste, show progress, tell the story of “what’s going on” in a plain and simple way. When I worked in corporate America, in every company I worked for, the management team had a meeting at least once a week. Most of the meeting was given to identifying the issues we were working on, what we were doing to address the issues, what progress we were making, the barriers to achieving our goals. It was data and facts, and if you were not making progress, the rest of the team wanted to know why and what they could do to help you. If you couldn’t get the job done over a certain amount of time, you were replaced. Seemed to work very well for us.

          1. I have operated like that as well. Monthly reports seem reasonable given the size of the problem. But it is the simplicity that would make it work. Every Department gets an agreed upon, achievable goal — by the end of the year, X% reduction. And I think it is important to share the reports.

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