Traveling to Pennsylvania, a battleground state, for two events on the taxpayers’ dime. Both events are “official” duties at universities, where he is popular. This is pure Get Out the Vote stuff. Looks like the Ohio leg of the tour is paid for by the Democratic Party, at least partially.
10:00 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing
12:15 pm || Departs White House
1:25 pm || Arrives Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
2:05 pm || Takes a tour of projects at the White House Frontiers Conference; University of Pittsburgh
3:30 pm || Delivers remarks and participates in a White House Frontiers Conference panel discussion; Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh
6:05 pm || Departs Pittsburgh
6:50 pm || Arrives Columbus, Ohio
7:45 pm || Delivers remarks at an event for the Ohio Democratic Party and Governor Ted Strickland; Greater Columbus Convention Center, Columbus
8:40 pm || Departs Columbus, Ohio
9:25 pm || Arrives Cleveland, Ohio
All times Eastern
8 thoughts on “Obama Schedule || Wednesday, October 13, 2016”
What’s up? Don’t think he has “worked” this hard since he set foot in the WH. Must be travel time. Or Hillary in trouble.
Obama, a glorified campaign-worker.
I know everyone has taken notice of some tendencies found in nature. When you walk down the sidewalk past a yard that is the home of an overprotective un-mannered dog, he barks his head off. If you happen to step on to his territory he will growl and bite. Similar thing is happening with Trump and the Establishment. With one major problem! Where these dogs are, happens to be public property.
Its Thursday, right?
I don’t know why Drudge keeps the story of that young black man claiming to be Clinton’s son up. Perhaps just to tease or irritate the Clintons, my best guess. To the man’s credit, perhaps also there is some truth to it.
For whatever reason, it makes me laugh. It’s there almost everyday. And today there is a picture of him with his children, that would be Bill’s grandchildren,
Mocking I think.
When I travel, I like to get an early start. Not this guy.
When you travel I suspect you have to do more than prance up the steps, wrists flapping.
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