List of presidential trips made by Barack Obama during 2010

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President Obama with European leaders during the 36th G8 summit in Huntsville, Ontario, Canada in June 2010.

This is a list of presidential trips made by Barack Obama during 2010, the second year of his presidency as the 44th President of the United States. During 2010, Obama traveled to eight different states internationally, in addition to many more trips made domestically within the United States.

This list excludes trips made within Washington, D.C., the U.S. federal capital in which the White House, the official residence and principal workplace of the President, is located. Additionally excluded are trips to Camp David, the country residence of the President, and to the private home of the Obama family in Kenwood, Chicago.

January[edit]

Country/
U.S. state
Areas visited Date(s) Notes
Delaware Delaware Wilmington January 12 President Obama travelled to Wilmington, Delaware, to attend the funeral of Jean Biden, mother of Vice President Joe Biden.[1]
Massachusetts Massachusetts Boston January 17 President Obama travelled to Boston, Massachusetts, to campaign for Martha Coakley in the Senate special election.[2]
Ohio Ohio Elyria January 22 President Obama travelled to Elyria, Ohio, visiting the Lorain County Community College and emphasizing his political agenda.[3]
Florida Florida Tampa January 28 President Obama travelled to MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Florida, where he met with crew helping with the humanitarian response to the 2010 Haiti earthquake, before holding a town hall meeting at the University of Tampa.[4]
Maryland Maryland Baltimore January 29 President Obama travelled to Baltimore, Maryland. While there, he toured local small businesses, delivered a speech on job tax credits, and met with members of the Republican Party.[5]

February[edit]

Country/
U.S. state
Areas visited Date(s) Notes
New Hampshire New Hampshire Nashua February 2 President Obama travelled to Nashua, New Hampshire, touring small business before giving a speech at Nashau North High School.[6]
Maryland Maryland Lanham February 5 President Obama travelled to Lanham, Maryland, where he toured small businesses and delivered a speech on job creation.[7][8]
Virginia Virginia Langley February 5 President Obama travelled to Langley, Virginia, to visit the headquarters of the Central Intelligence Agency to honor victims of the Camp Chapman attack.[9]
Maryland Maryland Lanham February 16 President Obama travelled to Lanham, Maryland, where he discussed the future of nuclear power in the United States at a local chapter headquarters of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers.[10][11]
Colorado Colorado Denver February 18 President Obama travelled to Denver, Colorado. He delivered remarks at a fundraising rally and a fundraising reception for Senator Michael Bennet.[12]
Nevada Nevada Las Vegas February 18–19 President Obama traveled to Las Vegas, Nevada. He held a town hall meeting with Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, and then delivered remarks to the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce and the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.[13]
Maryland Maryland Bethesda February 28 President Obama traveled to Bethesda, Maryland for a routine medical examination at the National Naval Medical Center, where he later visited wounded soldiers.[14]

March[edit]

Country/
U.S. state
Areas visited Date(s) Notes
Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia Savannah March 2 President Obama traveled to Savannah, Georgia, speaking at the Savannah Technical College and outlining his energy-efficiency program.[15]
Virginia Virginia Arlington March 5 President Obama traveled to Arlington, Virginia, discussing his Administration's policy and the economic situation at the headquarters of OPOWER, a corporation producing efficient energy use technology.[16]
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Glenside March 8 President Obama traveled to Glenside, Pennsylvania, where he discussed health care reform at Arcadia University.[17]
Missouri Missouri St. Louis March 10 President Obama travelled to St. Louis, Missouri, where he discussed his plans for health care reform.[18]
Maryland Maryland Chevy Chase March 13 President Obama traveled to Chevy Chase, Maryland, where he watched his daughter play basketball.[19]
Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia Atlanta March 13 President Obama traveled to Atlanta to discuss his plans for overhaul of the American education system.[20]
Ohio Ohio Strongsville March 15 President Obama traveled to Strongsville, Ohio, where he discussed plans for health care overhaul.[21]
Virginia Virginia Fairfax March 19 President Obama spoke at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, discussing his plans for health care reform.[22]
Iowa Iowa Iowa City March 25 President Obama spoke at the University of Iowa in Iowa City, Iowa, where he defended the newly-signed Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.[23]
Afghanistan Afghanistan Bagram, Kabul March 28 President Obama made a surprise visit to Afghanistan, flying on Air Force One from Camp David to Bagram Air Base, and then flew on by helicopter to the Presidential Palace in Kabul to meet with President Hamid Karzai to discuss the ongoing War in Afghanistan. During his visit, Obama also spoke with troops, and met with U.S. Ambassador Karl Eikenberry and General Stanley A. McChrystal. Obama previously visited eastern Afghanistan in July 2008, during his campaign in the 2008 presidential election.[24]
Virginia Virginia Alexandria March 30 President Obama signed the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010 at Northern Virginia Community College in Alexandria, Virginia.[25]

April[edit]

Country/
U.S. state
Areas visited Date(s) Notes
Maine Maine Portland April 1 President Obama traveled to Portland, Maine, where he defended the recently-signed Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.[26]
Massachusetts Massachusetts Framingham, Boston April 1 President Obama made a surprise visit to an emergency management bunker in Framingham, Massachusetts, which was coordinating the response to torrential rains flooding nearby areas.[27] Obama later attended two DNC fundraisers, including one at the Boston Opera House (1980).[28]
North Carolina North Carolina Charlotte April 2 President Obama traveled to Charlotte, North Carolina, where he discussed jobs and the state of the economy.[29]
Czech Republic Czech Republic Prague April 8 President Obama traveled to Prague, Czech Republic, to sign the New START treaty with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev. Obama also took part in a formal dinner with the heads of government of eleven EU Member States: the Czech Republic plus Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia.[30]
Florida Florida Merritt Island, Miami April 15 President Obama traveled to the Kennedy Space Center, where he discussed future plans for space exploration.[31] The President later spoke at a Democratic National Committee fundraiser in Miami.[32]
California California Los Angeles April 19 President Obama spoke at a campaign event for Senator Barbara Boxer.[33]
New York New York New York City April 22 President Obama spoke on about his plan for financial regulation overhaul at Cooper Union.[34]
North Carolina North Carolina Asheville April 23–25 President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama travel to Asheville, North Carolina, for a weekend vacation.[35]
West Virginia West Virginia Beckley April 25 President Obama traveled to Beckley, West Virginia, to speak at a memorial for miners lost at the Upper Big Branch Mine disaster.[36]
Iowa Iowa Fort Madison, Mount Pleasant, Ottumwa April 27 President Obama traveled to Fort Madison, Iowa, where he spoke about sustainable energy.[37] The President later made a surprise visit to an organic farm in Mount Pleasant,[38] and visited Ottumwa, where he spoke about financial regulation.[39]
Missouri Missouri Monroe City, Macon, Palmyra April 28 President Obama spoke with local residents as part of a continuing tour of the Midwest.[40] The President later traveled to Macon, where he discussed financial regulation,[41] and Palmyra, where he discussed the problems facing local farmers.[42]
Illinois Illinois Quincy April 28 As part of a continuing tour of the Midwest, President Obama spoke at Quincy, Illinois, where he discussed future financial regulation legislation in the Senate.[43]

May[edit]

Country/
U.S. state
Areas visited Date(s) Notes
Michigan Michigan Ann Arbor May 1 President Obama traveled to Ann Arbor, Michigan, where he delivered the commencement speech at the University of Michigan.[44]
Louisiana Louisiana Venice May 2 President Obama traveled to Venice, Louisiana while overseeing cleanup operations along the Gulf Coast in response to the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig explosion.[45]
Virginia Virginia Hampton May 9 President Obama traveled to Hampton, Virginia, where he delivered the commencement address at Hampton University.[46]
New York New York Buffalo, New York City May 13 President Obama traveled to Buffalo, New York, where he discussed economic recovery actions and progress.[47] The President later spoke at 1 Police Plaza in New York City.[48]
Ohio Ohio Youngstown May 18 President Obama met workers at the V&M Star manufacturing plant in Youngstown, Ohio, and made a speech regarding economic recovery.[49]
New York New York West Point May 22 President Obama discussed a new national security doctrine to a graduating class at the United States Military Academy.[50]
California California San Francisco, Fremont May 25–26 President Obama traveled to San Francisco, California, where he spoke at a fundraiser event for Senator Barbara Boxer.[51] The President later spoke about the economy at a Solyndra manufacturing plant in Fremont.[52][53]
Louisiana Louisiana Kenner, New Orleans, Port Fourchon, Grand Isle May 28 President Obama traveled to various parts of Louisiana to oversee the response to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.[54][55][56] He toured affected areas, and met with United States Coast Guard officials and politicians, including Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, Florida Governor Charlie Crist, and Louisiana Senators Mary Landrieu and David Vitter.[57]
Illinois Illinois Elwood May 31 President Obama traveled to Elwood, Illinois where he planned to give a Memorial Day address at the Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery, although the speech was cancelled as a result of a violent thunderstorm.[58]

June[edit]

Country/
U.S. state
Areas visited Date(s) Notes
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pittsburgh June 2 President Obama traveled to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where he gave a speech about economic recovery at Carnegie Mellon University.[59]
Maryland Maryland Hyattsville June 4 President Obama traveled to Hyattsville, Maryland, where he gave a speech at a K. Neal International Trunks facility.[60]
Louisiana Louisiana Grand Isle, New Orleans June 4 President Obama made another trip to Louisiana, where he discussed BP's response to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. He discussed the situation at Grand Isle and Louis Armstrong International Airport in New Orleans.[61][62]
Michigan Michigan Kalamazoo June 7 President Obama traveled to Kalamazoo, Michigan, where he spoke at the commencement ceremony of Kalamazoo Central High School.[63]
Maryland Maryland Wheaton June 8 President Obama traveled to Wheaton, Maryland, where he discussed his health care reforms at the Holiday Park Multipurpose Senior Center, alongside Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius.[64][65]
Mississippi Mississippi Gulfport June 14 On his fourth trip to the Gulf states since the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, President Obama met with Admiral Thad Allen at Coast Guard Station Gulfport in Gulfport, Mississippi.[66]
Alabama Alabama Theodore, Dauphin Island, Fort Morgan June 14 President Obama traveled to Theodore, Alabama as part of his fourth tour of Gulf states since the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, where he pronounced that seafood from the Gulf of Mexico was safe to eat. The President later oversaw clean-up efforts in Dauphin Island, before taking a ferry to Fort Morgan.[67][68]
Florida Florida Pensacola June 14–15 President Obama traveled to Naval Air Station Pensacola in Pensacola, Florida, as part of his tour of the Gulf states. Obama discussed compensation he would expect from BP in response to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.[68][69][70]
Ohio Ohio Columbus June 18 President Obama traveled to Columbus, Ohio, where he celebrated the creation of the 10,000th road construction project funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.[71]
Virginia Virginia Arlington June 24 President Obama and visiting Russian President Dmitry Medvedev had lunch at Ray's Hell Burger in Arlington, Virginia, before traveling to the White House.[72]
Canada Canada Huntsville, Toronto June 25–27 President Obama traveled to Huntsville, Ontario (in the Muskoka region) as part of the 36th G8 summit. The President later traveled to Toronto as part of the 2010 G-20 Toronto summit.[73][74][75][76]
Wisconsin Wisconsin Racine June 30 President Obama traveled to Racine, Wisconsin, where he hosted a town hall meeting on the state of the economy.[77]

July[edit]

Country/
U.S. state
Areas visited Date(s) Notes
West Virginia West Virginia Charleston July 2 President Obama traveled to Charleston, West Virginia to attend a funeral service for the late Senator Robert Byrd at the West Virginia State Capitol.[78][79]
Missouri Missouri Kansas City July 8 President Obama traveled to Kansas City, Missouri, where he talked about the economy, and spoke in support for Missouri Secretary of State Robin Carnahan at the Folly Theater, who is trying to win a Senate election.[80][81]
Nevada Nevada Las Vegas July 8–9 President Obama traveled to Las Vegas, Nevada, as part of an effort to help Senator Harry Reid win his re-election campaign, including speaking in support of him at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.[82][83]
Michigan Michigan Holland July 15 President Obama traveled to Holland, Michigan, where he visited a factory of a subsidiary of LG Chem, which is to produce lithium batteries for the Chevrolet Volt.[84][85]
Maine Maine Bar Harbor, Tremont July 16–18 President Obama and the First Family traveled to Bar Harbor, Maine for a weekend vacation, including a trip to Acadia National Park and the Bass Harbor Head Light in Tremont.[86][87][88][89]
New Jersey New Jersey Edison July 28 President Obama spoke at a small businesses job initiative in Edison, New Jersey.[90][91]
Michigan Michigan Detroit, Hamtramck July 30 President Obama traveled to Detroit, Michigan, where he visited he defended his response to the automotive industry crisis of 2008–2010. Obama spoke at the Chrysler Jefferson North Assembly factory.[92] He also spoke at a General Motors plant in Hamtramck.[93]

August[edit]

Country/
U.S. state
Areas visited Date(s) Notes
Georgia (U.S. state) Georgia Atlanta August 2 President Obama traveled to Atlanta, Georgia where he spoke on a variety of foreign and domestic issues.[94]
Illinois Illinois Chicago August 5 President Obama traveled to Chicago, Illinois, where he helped raise funds for Illinois State Treasurer Alexi Giannoulias' senatorial election campaign. He also toured the Ford Motor Company Chicago Assembly Plant, highlighting his response to the automotive industry crisis of 2008–2010.[95][96]
Texas Texas Austin, Dallas August 9 President Obama spoke at the University of Texas at Austin in Austin, Texas and later in Dallas, defending the policies of his administration while raising funds for the Democratic Party.[97][98][99]
Florida Florida Panama City August 14–15 President Obama traveled to Panama City, Florida, swimming in the Gulf of Mexico off the Panama City Beach.[100][101]
Wisconsin Wisconsin Menomonee Falls, Milwaukee August 16 President Obama traveled to Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, where he discussed clean energy manufacturing at ZBB Energy Corp., which is a producer of zinc-bromine flow batteries.[102][103] The President later attended a fundraiser at the U.S. Cellular Arena for Mayor Tom Barrett, who is running for the Governorship.[104][105]
California California Los Angeles August 16–17 President Obama traveled to the Hancock Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, where he attended a Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee fundraiser.[106][107]
Washington (state) Washington Seattle August 17 President Obama traveled to Seattle, Washington, where he met with small business owners at a bakery on Pioneer Square.[108][109] The President later helped raise funds for Patricia Murray, who was campaigning for reelection as a Senator from Washington.[110]
Ohio Ohio Columbus August 17–18 President Obama traveled to Columbus, Ohio, where he spoke on the state of the economy in the Clintonville neighborhood.[111][112] The President later helped raise funds for Governor Ted Strickland, who is campaigning for reelection.[113][114]
Florida Florida Miami August 18 President Obama traveled to Miami, Florida, where helped Chief Financial Officer Alex Sink in her campaign to be elected Governor of Florida.[115]
Massachusetts Massachusetts Martha's Vineyard August 19–28 President Obama and the First Family traveled to Martha's Vineyard - an island in Dukes County off of Cape Cod - as part of a vacation.[116][117][118]
Louisiana Louisiana New Orleans August 29 President Obama traveled to New Orleans, Louisiana, where he spoke at the Xavier University of Louisiana on the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina's landfall.[119][120]
Texas Texas El Paso August 31 President Obama traveled to Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas, where he talked to troops regarding the Iraq War.[121][122][123]

September[edit]

Country/
U.S. state
Areas visited Date(s) Notes
Wisconsin Wisconsin Milwaukee September 6 President Obama travelled to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where he delivered a speech discussing plans to improve American infrastructure at Henry Maier Festival Park.[124][125]
Ohio Ohio Cleveland September 8 President Obama traveled to Cleveland, Ohio, where he spoke at the Cuyahoga Community College about the state of the economic recovery.[126][127]
Virginia Virginia Arlington County September 11 President Obama traveled to the Pentagon Memorial in Arlington County, Virginia, where he spoke on the ninth anniversary of the September 11 attacks.[128][129]
Virginia Virginia Fairfax September 13 President Obama traveled to Fairfax, Virginia, where he spoke about economic recovery efforts in a backyard.[130][131]
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Philadelphia September 14 President Obama traveled to the Julia R. Masterman School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he gave a back-to-school pep talk to the students there.[132][133]
Connecticut Connecticut Stamford, Greenwich September 16 President Obama traveled to Stamford, Connecticut to speak at a fundraiser for Attorney General Richard Blumenthal, who is campaigning for election to the United States Senate.[134][135] The President later attended a Democratic National Committee fundraiser in Greenwich, Connecticut.[136][137]
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Philadelphia September 20 President Obama traveled to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he appeared at two fundraiser events for Representative Joe Sestak, who is campaigning to be elected Senator for Pennsylvania.[138][139]
New York New York New York City September 22–24 President Obama traveled to the United Nations Headquarters in New York City, where he announced changes to the relationship between the United States and the United Nations and discussed the Millennium Development Goals. He later addressed the United Nations General Assembly.[140][141][142] The President attended a Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee fundraiser at the Roosevelt Hotel. The President later met with various foreign government officials, including Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao, Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan, Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos and leaders of ASEAN countries.[143][144][145][146][147]
New Mexico New Mexico Albuquerque September 28 President Obama traveled to Albuquerque, New Mexico, where he discussed plans to improve education and the economy.[148][149]
Wisconsin Wisconsin Madison September 28 President Obama gave a speech at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in support of the Democratic National Committee.[150][151]
Iowa Iowa Des Moines September 29 President Obama gave a backyard speech in Des Moines, Iowa, defending the policies of his administration while attempting to rally support for the Democratic Party.[152][153]
Virginia Virginia Richmond September 29 President Obama traveled to Richmond, Virginia, where he gave a speech at a recreation center in an attempt to drum up support for the Democratic Party.[154][155]

October[edit]

Country/
U.S. state
Areas visited Date(s) Notes
New Jersey New Jersey Cresskill October 6 President Obama traveled to a private residence in Cresskill, New Jersey, where he spoke at a Democratic National Committee fundraiser and called for voters to support the Democratic Party.[156][157]
Maryland Maryland Bowie October 7 President Obama spoke at Bowie State University in Bowie, Maryland, where he gave a speech in support of Governor Martin O'Malley, who is seeking reelection.[158][159]
Illinois Illinois Chicago October 7 President Obama traveled to Chicago, Illinois, where he spoke at a fundraiser for Alexi Giannoulias, who is campaigning for election to the United States Senate.[160][161]
Maryland Maryland Bladensburg October 8 President Obama traveled to the town Bladensburg, Maryland, where he discussed the state of economic recovery at a masonry factory.[162][163]
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Philadelphia October 10 President Obama traveled to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he spoke at a Democratic National Committee rally.[164][165]
Florida Florida Coral Gables October 11 President Obama traveled to Coral Gables, Florida, where he attempted to raise support and funds for the Democratic Party and Representative Ron Klein.[166][167]
Delaware Delaware Wilmington October 15 President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden traveled to Wilmington, Delaware, where they attended a rally/fundraiser at the Grand Opera House in support of Chris Coons and the DSCC.[168][169]
Massachusetts Massachusetts Boston October 16 President Obama traveled to Boston, Massachusetts, where he spoke at a rally in the Hynes Convention Center in support of Governor Deval Patrick's reelection.[170][171]
Ohio Ohio Hunting Valley, Columbus October 17 President Obama traveled to Hunting Valley, Ohio, where he attended a fundraiser for Governor Ted Strickland, who is seeking reelection. The President later hosted a rally at Ohio State University in Columbus.[172][173][174][175]
Maryland Maryland Rockville October 19 President Obama attempted to rally support for the Democratic Party in Rockville, Maryland.[176][177]
Oregon Oregon Portland October 20 President Obama traveled to Portland, Oregon, where he held a rally at the Oregon Convention Center in support of former Governor John Kitzhaber, who is seeking reelection.[178][179]
Washington (state) Washington Seattle October 21 President Obama travelled to Seattle, Washington, where he discussed the state of the economy and women. He later hosted a rally at the University of Washington in support of Senator Patty Murray's reelection.[180][181][182][183]
California California Palo Alto, Atherton, Los Angeles, Glendale October 21–22 President Obama traveled to Palo Alto, California, where he hosted a fundraiser for the Democratic National Committee at the private residence of Marissa Mayer, a senior Google employee. The President also raised funds in Atherton for San Francisco District Attorney Kamala Harris, who is looking to be elected the new California Attorney General. The President later hosted a fundraiser and a rally at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles to support the reelection of Senator Barbara Boxer. The President then traveled to Glendale, where he taped an interview with Univision Radio.[184][185][186][187][188][189][190][191]
Nevada Nevada Las Vegas October 22 President Obama traveled to Las Vegas, Nevada, where he hosted a rally to support the reelection of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.[192][193]
Minnesota Minnesota Minneapolis October 23 President Obama traveled to Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he hosted a rally and fundraiser at the University of Minnesota for Mark Dayton, who is seeking to be elected Governor of Minnesota.[194][195]
Rhode Island Rhode Island Woonsocket, Providence October 25 President Obama traveled to Woonsocket, Rhode Island, where he criticized the Republican Party and defended the policies of his Administration. The President later hosted a fundraiser for the DCCC at the Rhode Island Convention Center in Providence.[196][197][198][199]
Maryland Maryland Beltsville October 29 President Obama traveled to Beltsville, Maryland, where he toured a sheet metal factory, discussing the state of the economy.[200][201]
Virginia Virginia Charlottesville October 29 President Obama traveled to Charlottesville, Virginia, where he campaigned in support of Representative Tom Periello, who is campaigning for reelection.[202][203]
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Philadelphia October 30 President Obama traveled to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he held a rally in support of fellow Democrats at Temple University.[204][205]
Connecticut Connecticut Bridgeport October 30 President Obama traveled to Bridgeport, Connecticut, where he attempted to rally support for the Democratic Party.[206][207]
Illinois Illinois Chicago October 30 President Obama traveled to Chicago, Illinois, where he addressed a crowd in the Midway Plaisance, attempting to rally support for the Democratic Party.[208][209]
Ohio Ohio Cleveland October 31 President Obama traveled to Cleveland, Ohio, where he spoke at Cleveland State University's Wolstein Center, attempting to rally support for the Democratic Party.[210][211]

November[edit]

Country/
U.S. state
Areas visited Date(s) Notes
India India Mumbai, New Delhi November 6–9 President Obama traveled to Mumbai, India, as part of a trip to Asia. The President commemorated the 2008 Mumbai attacks, visited the Mani Bhavan Museum, and hosted various business activities at the Oberoi Trident. The President later hosted a town hall meeting at St Xavier's College. During his stay in Mumbai, the President stayed at the Taj Mahal Palace & Tower, which had previously been a terrorist target. The President proceeded to New Delhi, where he visited Humayun’s Tomb and met with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. He also addressed the joint session of the Indian Parliament and participated in a state dinner hosted by Indian's president Pratibha Patil at the Rashtrapati Bhavan, the official residence of the president of India.[212][213][214][215][216][217][218][219][220][221][222][223][224][225][226][227][228]
Indonesia Indonesia Jakarta November 9–10 President Obama traveled to Jakarta, Indonesia, as part of a four-country tour of Asia. The President had bilateral meetings with President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono at the Istana Negara. Later in the trip, the President visited the Istiqlal Mosque, Jakarta and delivered a speech at the University of Indonesia as a follow up to his 2009 A New Beginning speech.[229][230][231][232][233][234]
South Korea South Korea Seoul November 10–12 President Obama traveled to Seoul, South Korea, as part of a four-country tour of Asia. While there, the President attended a Veterans Day ceremony at the Yongsan Garrison and had bilateral meetings with President Lee Myung-bak at the Blue House. The President later attended G20 meetings at the COEX Convention & Exhibition Center.[235][236][237][238][239][240]
Japan Japan Tokyo, Yokohama, Kamakura November 12–14 President Obama traveled after his arrival in Tokyo to Yokohama, Japan as part of a four-country tour of Asia. While in Yokohama, the President attended an Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum summit with several national leaders held at the InterContinental Yokohama Grand Hotel and Pacifico Yokohama Conference Center. He also held bilateral talks with Prime Minister Naoto Kan on the sidelines of the summit making joint press announcements. The President visited the famous statue of Amida Buddha located at the temple of Kōtoku-in in the city of Kamakura[241][242][243]
Portugal Portugal Lisbon November 19–20 President Obama traveled to Lisbon, Portugal to attend to the 2010 Lisbon summit of NATO. Obama met with President Aníbal Cavaco Silva at Belém Palace, and later held bilateral meetings with Prime Minister José Sócrates. The President later attended a meeting of the North Atlantic Council, meeting with Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili on the sidelines.[244][245][246][247][248]
Indiana Indiana Kokomo November 23 President Obama traveled to a Chrysler plant in Kokomo, Indiana, where he defended his Administration's response to the automotive crisis.[249][250]

December[edit]

Country/
U.S. state
Areas visited Date(s) Notes
Afghanistan Afghanistan Bagram December 3 President Obama made a surprise visit to Afghanistan, where he thanked United States soldiers for their contributions to the war at Bagram Airfield outside Bagram, Parwān Province.[251][252][253][254]
North Carolina North Carolina Winston-Salem December 6 President Obama traveled to Forsyth Technical Community College in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, calling for increased focus on science and education and saying that the United States faces another "Sputnik moment".[255][256]

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