President Obama's Schedule Today (10/20/09)

In the morning, President Obama will receive his daily briefings. He will then meet with Iraqi Prime Minister Maliki in the Oval Office.

Later, Mr. Obama will then hold a recognition ceremony to honor Troop A, First Squadron, 11th Armored Combat Regiment of the U.S. Army, recipients of the Presidential Unit Citation for actions in the Republic of Vietnam.

The president will then meet with senior advisers in the Oval Office before traveling to New York City.

In New York, Mr. Obama will tour the Joint Terrorism Task Force Headquarters and deliver remarks to staff members. He will then deliver remarks at a fundraiser for Bill Owens, the Democratic candidate running for New York's 23rd Congressional District and at a fundraiser to benefit the DNC.

The president will then return to Washington.

Here's the full schedule from the White House (all times Eastern):

9:30AM: President Obama receives the Presidential Daily Briefing

10:00AM: President Obama receives the Economic Daily Briefing

10:40AM: President Obama meets with Prime Minister Maliki of Iraq

11:50AM: President Obama honors recipients of the Presidential Unit Citation

1:10PM: President Obama meets with senior advisers

2:20PM: President Obama departs The White House en route Andrews Air Force Base

2:35PM: President Obama departs Andrews Air Force Base en route New York City

3:30PM: President Obama arrives in New York City

4:15PM: President Obama tours the Joint Terrorism Task Force Headquarters

4:30PM: President Obama delivers remarks to staff members

5:15PM: President Obama attends fundraiser for Bill Owens, the Democratic candidate running for New York's 23rd Congressional District (Mandarin Oriental)

7:10PM: President Obama delivers remarks at DNC fundraiser dinner

8:20PM: President Obama delivers remarks at DNC fundraiser (Hammerstein Ballroom)

9:50PM: President Obama departs New York City en route Andrews Air Force Base

10:40PM: President Obama arrives at Andrews Air Force Base

10:55PM: President Obama arrives at The White House

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