May 26, 2015

West Wing Week

Saturday Open Thread: West Wing Week

This week, the President visited Nike Headquarters, joined a panel discussion on combatting poverty with economists, welcomed the leaders of the Gulf Cooperation Council countries to the White House, and congratulated the graduates of one of the top … [Read more...]

Sunday Open Thread: West Wing Week

This week, the President visited Lehman College in New York City for the launch of the My Brother’s Keeper Alliance, taped an episode of the Late Show with David Letterman, hosted a Cinco de Mayo celebration, announced his nominee for the new … [Read more...]

Saturday Open Thread: West Wing Week

This week, the President wrapped up a trip to Panama, held a historic meeting with President Raul Castro of Cuba, grooved with Gospel artists, held a town hall about working families, and kicked off a Wounded Warrior Soldier Ride. … [Read more...]

Sunday Open Thread: West Wing Week

This week, the President made an important announcement about preventing Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon, traveled west to champion high tech jobs in Louisville and clean energy jobs in Salt Lake City, had some fun at the 137th annual White … [Read more...]

Saturday Open Thread: West Wing Week

This week, the President broke bread with My Brother's Keeper mentees, sat down with the President of Liberia and Secretary of Defense Ash Carter, shared the stage with Eric Holder and Aretha Franklin, and welcomed law enforcement officials and Peace … [Read more...]

Saturday Open Thread: West Wing Week

This week, the President spent time in sunny San Francisco and subzero Chicago, spoke at two different summits on two different coasts, and named three new national monuments. … [Read more...]

Sunday Open Thread: West Wing Week

This week, the President spent time with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Hoosiers, BuzzFeeders, veterans, and public health warriors -- while the Vice President traveled to Belgium and Germany. That's February 6th to February 12th or, "Just Say the … [Read more...]