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President Obama speaks to a crowd in Elkhart, Ind., in February. He returns to Elkhart today, where he will speak on the economy. (Washington Post)

By Sarah Lovenheim

President Obama heads to South Bend, Ind., around 9:30 a.m. He addresses the state of economic recovery efforts in Wakarusa, Ind., at 11:55 a.m. ET.

He returns to Washington in the afternoon, ahead of a meeting with his senior advisers at 4:00 p.m.

White House press secretary Robert GIbbs will gaggle on Air Force One instead of holding a press briefing in Washington.

For a rundown of other noteworthy events around town, check out our Federal City Digest.

Posted at 7:20 AM ET on Aug 5, 2009  | Category:  The Daybook
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parkerfl1: You are clueless. The liberal press is doing its best to try and cover for Obama. The truth is this is a house of cards and we continue to pile on more debt on the backs of the American people. We get saddled with billions in debt to bail-out the automakers and the unions, and now we are being saddled with more debt to be forced to buy the government cars.

I think you and many in Washington and the press have been smoking the green shoots.

Posted by: Bubbette1 | August 5, 2009 12:03 PM

These campaign-style events are the only way for the president to cut through the misinformation and media hostility and get the facts out on the improving economy and health care.

http://www.political-buzz.com/

Posted by: parkerfl1 | August 5, 2009 9:29 AM

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