June 14th, 2012
07:57 AM ET
On Thursday President Obama travels to Cleveland to make a campaign speech on the economy before heading to New York City to raise some money and pay a visit to the cite of the World Trade Center Memorial.
First in Cleveland, Obama will Cuyahoga Community College. Here's how the campaign describes his event:
"In his remarks, the President will outline the choice in this election: between a vision for moving our country forward, ensuring that our economy is built to last and restoring economic security for the middle class, and Mitt Romney's vision, based on the same failed economic policies that brought on the worst crisis since the Great Depression. Romney Economics is familiar and troubling: more budget-busting tax cuts for the wealthy; fewer rules for Wall Street – the same formula that benefited a few, but that crashed our economy and devastated the middle class."
The president is not expected to roll out any large new economic proposals, instead look for him to reiterate his depiction of Romney's economic record both as a businessman and as governor of Massachusetts.
In New York, the president and Michelle Obama will visit the WTC site. The president will also attend some fundraisers before heading back to DC.
Here's what the White House has to say about the president's trip to NYC:
"While in New York City, the President and the First Lady will visit the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey's World Trade Center site, and receive a briefing on construction progress. The visit will be a preview of the One World Trade Center topping-off ceremony, which will symbolize the near-completion of the iconic building's framework.
"In the evening, the President will deliver remarks at two campaign events. The First Lady will also deliver remarks at the second campaign event. Both will be print pool for remarks only."
Here's the president's schedule as released by the White House: