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Obama Schedule || Week of April 18 – April 24, 2016

Monday, April 18, 2016 7:10
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Here is this week’s schedule for President Obama. He’s off to Saudi Arabia and Europe to lecture our allies on various topics, including their borders, their treatment of planet earth, and whatever else occurs to him. In particular, he will be informing the British that it’s in their best interests to stay in Europe. I imagine he will be trying to convince the Saudis to make the best of Iran’s future nuclear arsenal and not create one of their own.

From the White House:

President Obama has no public schedule today.

On Tuesday, Obama will depart Washington, DC en route Ramstein, Germany on his way to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

On Wednesday, Obama will arrive in Riyadh. He will meet with Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and remain overnight in Riyadh.

On Thursday, the president will meet with leaders and delegations from the Gulf Cooperation Council countries: Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates. In the afternoon, he will depart Riyadh and travel to London, United Kingdom, where he will remain overnight.

On Friday, Obama will have lunch with Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle. In the afternoon, he will have a bilateral meeting with British Prime Minister David Cameron. Afterward, the two leaders will participate in a press conference. On Saturday, the president will participate in a town hall discussion with British youth at the Royal Horticultural Halls.

On Sunday, Obama will depart London and travel to Hannover, Germany. In Hannover, he will have a bilateral meeting with Chancellor Angela Merkel and then the two will hold a press conference. In the evening, the president will deliver remarks at the Hannover Messe Trade Fair Opening Ceremony. Later in the evening, Obama will have dinner with Chancellor Angela Merkel and business leaders. He will remain overnight in Hannover.


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