POTUS Day Ahead: Hawaii Edition
November 14th, 2011
11:46 AM ET

POTUS Day Ahead: Hawaii Edition

President Obama wrapped up the Asian Pacific Economic Partnership meeting with a press conference last night in Honolulu, Hawaii. The White House released a statement on the outcome of the meeting announcing that "leaders agreed to adopt market-driven innovation policies, reduce tariffs and eliminate other barriers to trade in environmental goods and services, and improve regulatory environments to reduce unnecessary burdens on businesses. " The administration claimed "these steps will help U.S.growth and jobs by expanding export opportunities in the world’s fastest growing region."

Today the president spends a relatively quiet day in Hawaii, attending a fundraiser at the Aulani Disney Resort in Kapolei.

Here's a look at the sparse official schedule:

11:15AM        THE PRESIDENT delivers remarks at a campaign event
Aulani Disney Resort, Kapolei, HI
Travel Pool Coverage for Remarks


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