By Jueseppi B.
White House Schedule – June 4th, 2014
In the morning, the President will hold a bilateral meeting with President-elect Petro Poroshenko of Ukraine and then meet with employees and family members of the U.S. Embassy to Poland at the Warsaw Marriot Hotel. There will be a pool spray at the bottom of the bilateral meeting with statements, and the meet with embassy employees and family members will be closed press.
Afterward, the President will travel to the Royal Castle. He will be greeted by President Komorowski and take an official family photo with leaders attending the Freedom Day event, marking the 25th anniversary of Poland’s first partially free election. At the Royal Castle, the President will deliver remarks commemorating Freedom Day. There will be pre-set pool coverage of the arrival and family photo, and the President’s remarks are open press.
In the afternoon, the President will depart Poland en route Brussels, Belgium. The departure from Warsaw Chopin Airport will be pooled coverage, and the arrival at Brussels National Airport is open press.
In the evening, the President will travel to the Royal Palace of Brussels to take an official photo and meet with King Philippe and Prime Minister Elio Di Rupo of Belgium. There will be a travel pool spray during the official photo, and the meeting will be closed press. Afterward, the President will travel to the European Council-Justus Lipsius Building, where he will be greeted by and take a photo with EU leaders Jose Manuel Barroso and Herman Van Rompuy. There will be pre-set pool coverage of the photo. The President will then attend the 2014 G-7 Summit, which will begin with a leaders working dinner on foreign policy issues. There will be a limited pool spray at the top of the dinner.
The President will remain overnight in Brussels.
Wednesday, June 4 2014 All Times ET
3:30 AM: The President holds a bilateral meeting with President-elect Petro Poroshenko of Ukraine. Local Event Time: 9:30 AM. Warsaw Marriott Hotel.
4:30 AM: The President meets with embassy staff and family members. Local Event Time: 10:30 AM. Warsaw Marriott Hotel.
5:15 AM: The President is greeted by President Komorowski. Local Event Time: 11:15 AM. Royal Castle – Warsaw.
5:20 AM: The President participates in a family photo with leaders. Local Event Time: 11:20 AM. Royal Castle – Warsaw.
5:30 AM: The President participates in the Freedom Day event and delivers remarks. Local Event Time: 11:30 AM. Royal Castle – Warsaw.
7:25 AM: The President departs Poland en route Belgium. Local Event Time: 1:25 AM. Warsaw Chopin Airport.
9:20 AM: The President arrives Belgium. Local Event Time: 3:20 PM. Brussels National Airport.
1:20 PM: The President takes an official photo with King Philippe and Prime Minister Elio Di Rupo of Belgium. Local Event Time: 7:20 PM. Royal Palace of Brussels.
1:25 PM: The President meets with King Philippe and Prime Minister Di Rupo. Local Event Time: 7:25 PM. Royal Palace of Brussels.
1:55 PM: The President arrives Council of the European Union. Local Event Time: 7:55 PM. Justus Lipsius Building – Brussels.
2:00 PM: The President takes a photo with EU Leaders. Local Event Time: 8:00 PM. Justus Lipsius Building – Brussels.
2:20 PM: The President attends G-7 working dinner. Local Event Time: 8:20 PM. Justus Lipsius Building – Brussels.
3:00 PM: The Vice President delivers remarks about workforce development at an event hosted by The Third Way. Ronald Reagan International Trade Center.
6:30 PM: The Vice President and Dr. Jill Biden host a reception for Asian-American and Pacific Islander community leaders. The Naval Observatory.
Speeches and Remarks – June 04, 2014
Statements and Releases – June 04, 2014
Tiananmen Square: Marking The 25th Anniversary
Twenty-five years ago, the United States deplored the use of violence to silence the voices of the peaceful demonstrators in and around Tiananmen Square. Twenty-five years later, the United States continues to honor the memories of those who gave their lives in and around Tiananmen Square and throughout China, and we call on Chinese authorities to account for those killed, detained, or missing in connection with the events surrounding June 4, 1989.
The United States will always speak out in support of the basic freedoms the protestors at Tiananmen Square sought, including the freedom of expression, the freedom of the press, and the freedoms of association and assembly. These freedoms—which are enshrined in the U.S. Constitution, the Chinese Constitution, and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights—are values the United States champions around the world.
The American people and government applaud China’s extraordinary social and economic progress over the past three decades and value good relations with the Chinese people and government. Even as we continue our cooperation on areas of common interest, the United States will continue to be clear about our differences, and urge the Chinese government to guarantee the universal rights and fundamental freedoms that are the birthright of all Chinese citizens.
June 04, 2014 1:30 PM EDT
First Lady Michelle Obama Announces The Mayors Challenge to End Veteran Homelessness
The White House, White House LIVE Streaming
June 04, 2014 3:00 PM EDT
Vice President Biden Speaks at the Third Way Meeting on Workforce Development
Washington, DC, White House LIVE Streaming
June 04, 2014 6:30 PM EDT
Vice President Biden and Dr. Jill Biden Host a Reception for Asian-American and Pacific Islander Community Leaders
Naval Observatory, Washington, DC. White House LIVE Streaming
Wednesday, June 4
- President Obama meets with President-elect Poroshenko of Ukraine.
- In Brussels, President Obama meets with King Philippe and Prime Minister Di Rupo of Belgium at the Royal Palace.
- That evening, President Obama attends the G-7 Summit, which begins with a leaders working dinner on foreign policy issues.
Thursday, June 5
- President Obama participates in G-7 meetings on economics and energy and climate.
- President Obama then attends the G-7 leaders working lunch on development.
- Following the G-7, President Obama and Prime Minister Cameron of the United Kingdom hold a bilateral meeting.
- President Obama then departs for Paris.
- In Paris, President Obama and President Hollande of France have a private dinner.
Friday, June 6
- President Obama departs Paris for Normandy, France.
- President Obama and President Hollande participate in a ceremony at the American cemetery close to Omaha Beach, the site of the American landing in Normandy.
- President Obama then attends a lunch with leaders, hosted by France.
- Later that afternoon, President Obama attends the official international 70th D-Day commemoration ceremony at Sword Beach, Normandy, and then departs for the USA.
After that, the President will depart France and come home to Washington, D.C. on Friday night.
In the morning the President will hold a bilateral meeting with President-elect Poroshenko of Ukraine. Following that bilateral meeting, the President will go to the Royal Castle, where he will meet with other leaders attending the Freedom Day event. At the Royal Castle, the President will be one of the speakers who will give the speech commemorating the Day of Freedom. After that event, the President will fly to Brussels, Belgium. He will travel to the Royal Palace and have a meeting with King Philippe. Then he will attend the G7 summit. That night, the leaders will have a working dinner.
The President will attend G7 meetings on the global economy, and energy and climate issues. Following that, there will be a working lunch on development issues. In the afternoon, after the G7 Summit is concluded, the President will have a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Cameron of the United Kingdom. Then the President will travel to Paris, France. That night, he will have a private dinner with President Hollande before spending the night in Paris.
The President will travel to Normandy. He will deliver remarks at Omaha Beach for a French-American commemoration, D-Day ceremony at the Normandy American Cemetery Memorial. In the afternoon, the President will travel to Sword Beach, where he will attend a lunch hosted by President Hollande with the other leaders that the French have invited for the 70th anniversary commemorations. And then he will attend the international ceremony that the French are hosting with all the leaders of the various belligerent countries in World War II. After that, the President will depart France and come home to Washington, D.C. on Friday night.
Exercising at the gym at the Marriott this guy did not expect. “Obama looked laid-back, sometimes a moment to talk with someone”
Gym Holmes Place Premium Hilton Marriott Hotel. Dumbbell exercises biceps and pecs. One would like to say a day, like every day. But suddenly the room comes unexpected guest: Barack Obama and begins to practice with other fans of sporty silhouette. One of the witnesses has posted on Facebook photos of practicing U.S. president.
Barack Obama’s visit to the gym so you really should not be surprising – the U.S. media writes about him as “the most athletic president of the USA.”Almost 53-year-old leader is in great shape, often stresses that the exercise 6 times a week. And as you can see, on the road no exceptions. Surprising it may just be that the president did not ask to reserve the gym for himself and practicing with others. On the other hand – we’re talking about the president, who can provide entertaining interviews in which he admits that bed linen and bed and eats healthily . Oh and do not forget the phenomenal interview with Zack Galifianakis Obama . Which president has enough distance to each other?
We talked with the director of photography and witness this special event, Jean Ekwą. How to behave Barack Obama at the gym?
President Obama at the gym behaved peacefully, culturally.No epatował their presence. If not for security, it is difficult to notice his presence. There were about 10 security guards.The guards were present in the room while he practiced on it.But “not held him by the hand.” The president looked laid-back, listening to music on headphones, sometimes a moment with someone spoke, he smiled, but he was focused on training. He practiced for about 40 to 50 minutes. Perform general-practice, a little walk on the treadmill, performed slopes, gimnastykował up – he told us Jean Ekwa.
Barack Obama did not avoid conversations with other guests gym.
When people hit on him, the president smiling, replied, casually, but very friendly, gave his hand. I have not talked to him. I knew that President Obama is in Poland, but I did not expect that I practiced with him at the gym – added Ekwa.
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