News: Made in America

The White House, Washington
Thursday, April 28, 2016
Follow Along: Today’s Schedule
All times are Eastern Time (ET)

10:00 am: The President receives the Presidential Daily Briefing

7:00 pm: The President and First Lady mark Passover with a Seder Dinner

Asked and Answered: President Obama Responds to an Eight-Year-Old Girl from Flint

Last month, eight-year-old, Mari Copeny - known around town as “Little Miss Flint” - wrote to President Obama last month from her home in Flint, Michigan to share how she is working to bring attention to the public health crisis in her community. This week, President Obama wrote back to “Little Miss Flint” with some big news: He’s coming to town.

Little Miss Flint


More from 1600 Penn
Behind the Lens: A Trip Across the Pond

It’s a year of “lasts” for President Obama - the last State of the Union, the last White House Easter Egg Roll, the last official visits to foreign countries. Take a look at what may have been his last trips to three different countries: Saudi Arabia, United Kingdom, and Germany.

Behind the Lens: A Trip Across the Pond

The President and First Lady meet Prince George as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge watch at Kensington Palace. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)


ICYMI: Professor Obama shares his favorite creative American works

From our books and movies to our apps and inventions, America’s greatest export is the creativity and innovation of the American people. Strong intellectual property laws make sure no one can undercut America’s economy or take advantage of our great creators, which is why those protections are in the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Today, President Obama reflects on some of his favorite Made-In-America creative works — and invites you to share some of your own.

ICYMI: Professor POTUS on the Senate and the Supreme Court


Quote of the Day
“I will continue to do my best to support all the men and women who have the distinction to wear our nation’s uniform.”

Source: The White House


Robert Williams

Editor in Chief

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