10:05 am || Departs White House 11:50 am CT || Arrives Baton Rouge, Louisiana 12:15 pm CT || Tours a neighborhood affected by flooding; East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana 12:55 pm CT || Delivers a statement to the press; East Baton Rouge Parish, Louisiana 3:00 pm CT || Departs Baton Rouge 6:35 pm || Arrives White House All times Eastern except as noted
From the White House. Here is the schedule for the rest of the week. On Tuesday, President Obama will travel to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, “where he will get a first-hand look at the impact of the devastating floods, and hear from local officials about the response, including how the federal government can assist and tell the people of Louisiana that the American people will be with
“Bottom line. After eight years of President Obama, the American people are less wealthy — and less safe,” says Jesse Watters of Fox News. Watch to see how breaks it down.
Wow. If paying ransom for hostages is Obama’s “tough diplomatic strategy,” I’d dread seeing what his weak one is. White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest today said that in fact there were not two “tracks” to the Iran negotiations, as we had thought all along, but three. One to give the Iranians nuclear weapons, a second to settle an old “debt” that we had previously
Bill Clinton, though sounding increasingly frail, still has undiminished ability to try to con the American people. Here are his comments trying to explain away Hillary Clinton’s email scandal and put words in FBI Director Comey’s mouth, cleverly juxtaposed by the Washington Free Beacon with the actual statements by Comey.