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President Obama gives his weekly address.
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On Friday, the President will travel to Baltimore, Maryland in his second Middle Class Jobs and Opportunity Tour.
President Obama Delivers Remarks at Ellicott Dredges
Ellicott Dredges 1425 Wicomico Street Baltimore, MD 21230
1135a Site visit at elementary school - travel pool coverage only
105p Tour of Ellicott Dredge - travel pool coverage only
120p Remarks at Ellicott Dredge - fed live - expected to run about 25 minutes
215p Roundtable with workforce participants - travel pool coverage only
WH events fed by pool (including C-SPAN)
President Obama travels to Baltimore, Maryland in his second "Middle Class Jobs and Opportunity" tour. The President first visits an elementary school that provides early childhood services followed by remarks at a dredge manufacturer.
President Obama speaks to reporters in the Cabinet Room about the problem of sexual assault in the military.
President Obama and visiting Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan hold a joint press conference at the White House. They discuss the situation in Syria and U.S.-Turkish relations.
Following a meeting with senior Treasury officials, Pres. Obama announced the acting IRS Commissioner has resigned after the announcement this week that the IRS targeted conservative groups for special scrutiny when determining tax-exempt status.
White House spokesman Jay Carney answers reporters' questions during his daily briefing with the press.
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney holds his daily briefing at the White House where he discusses the IRS, the Dept. of Justice and AP phone records and the Benghazi, Libya talking points.
President Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron participate in a joint news conference on U.S.-British relations. Following statements they take reporters' questions.
President Obama gives his weekly address. He talks about the recovery of the housing market and urged the Senate to quickly confirm Mel Watt to lead the Federal Housing Finance Agency.