President Obama: "What Drives Me"‏


President Obama: "What Drives Me"

Yesterday in Southeast Washington, DC, President Obama spoke about what he called the defining challenge of our time: reversing a decades-long slope toward growing inequality and a lack of upward mobility. It's a trend that has jeopardized middle-class America’s basic bargain -- the idea that if you work hard, you have a chance to get ahead.

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 Today's Schedule

All times are Eastern Time (ET)

5:30 AM: The Vice President arrives at Seoul, Republic of Korea

9:45 AM: The President receives the Presidential Daily Briefing

10:30 AM: The President meets with senior advisors

1:30 PM: Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jay Carney WATCH LIVE

2:00 PM: The President tapes an appearance on “Hardball with Chris Matthews”

4:10 PM: The President delivers remarks at a Hanukkah Reception; the First Lady attends

8:00 PM: The President delivers remarks at a Hanukkah Reception; the First Lady attends

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