President Obama has begun a six-day tour of Europe where he will discuss a variety of issues from economic policy to security. He is currently in Ireland where he met with the Irish President and Prime Minister and spoke to a crowd gathered at College Green in Dublin.
In addition, the President visited a small town of 300 people called Moneygall, where his great-great grandfather is from.
After his Irish stop, the President and First Lady will travel to London and then to the G8 conference in France where the IMF, Tunisia and Egypt are likely to be topics of discussion. He will also hold bi-lateral meetings with Russian President Medvedev and French President Sarkozy.
His final stop on his European tour will be to Poland where he will discuss NATO security, the Middle East and North Africa with Polish leaders.