WASHINGTON (CNN) – While President Obama had no public events on his schedule today, behind closed doors his attention was focused on various issues in the Middle East.
In a phone call with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, Mr. Obama thanked the Russians for support in implementing the UN Security Council Resolution 1973 and their general support for the mission in Libya. FULL POST
WASHINGTON (CNN)– It’s not as if he returned from vacation and the locks on his office were changed. Or is it? President Obama Wednesday returned to the White House after a five day Latin American trip only to find the doors to the Oval office suite locked! Check out this amusing video.
WASHINGTON (CNN) - The first family touring Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on Sunday March 20.
WASHINGTON (CNN) - President Obama will spend his first day back from his Latin America trip behind closed doors with a relatively light schedule that was released from the White House last night. So far the only things that are on his schedule are lunch with Vice President Biden and a meeting with Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner in the afternoon- both closed to cameras. There is also no briefing scheduled today. But the White House points out that the president will meet with his national security team to discuss Libya but we don't have a time or if there is any press coverage. We'll update you if anything changes.
Guidance from the White House: FULL POST