A moment of silence to honor the victims of last year’s Boston Marathon bombing.
President Obama was in Belgium yesterday on the 2nd leg of his 5-country trip, where he visited Flanders Field Cemetery, the final resting place for some of the American servicemen who gave their lives during World War I. Check out the wrap-up of day 3 of his trip on the White House Blog.
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Happy St. Patrick’s Day! On Friday, March 14, President Barack Obama traveled with Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny to the U.S. Capitol Building for the annual Friends of Ireland Luncheon, where they joined Vice President Joe Biden and top congressional leaders, enjoyed a bit of Irish folk music, and even partook in some rounds of singing.
In the run up to tonight’s speech, the White House (@whitehouse) has been sharing a behind-the-scenes look at the work that goes into drafting the address by having different staff members—including the President’s speech writer, policy council and broadcast director—take over the account.