Timeline of the presidency of Barack Obama (2010)

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The following is a timeline of the Presidency of Barack Obama, from January 1, 2010 to December 31, 2010. For his time as President-elect, see the Presidential transition of Barack Obama; for a detailed account of his first months in office, see First 100 days of Barack Obama's presidency; for a complete itinerary of his travels, see List of presidential trips made by Barack Obama.

January[edit]

On January 25, 2010, Barack Obama hosted the 2008–09 Los Angeles Lakers at the White House following their victory in the 2009 NBA Finals to end the 2008–09 NBA season.

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February[edit]

February 27: Obama is briefed on the earthquake in Chile.

March[edit]

March 23: Obama signing the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act at the White House.

April[edit]

May[edit]

June[edit]

  • June 1 – President Obama meets with President Alan García of Peru.[92]
  • June 2 – The President and First Lady host a concert honoring Sir Paul McCartney.[93]
  • June 3 – President Obama delivers remarks to the United States-India Strategic Dialogue at a reception held by Secretary of State Clinton.[94]
  • June 4 – The President participates in a meeting with Coast Guard Admiral Thad Allen and Louisiana local elected officials at the Louis Armstrong International Airport in Kenner, Louisiana.[95]
  • June 9 – The President meets with President Mahmoud Abbas of the Palestinian Authority.[96]
  • June 10 – The President meets with family members of casualties due to the BP Deepwater Horizon explosion.[97]
  • June 14 – President Obama travels to the Gulf Coast to evaluate efforts to cap the BP oil spill.[98]
  • June 15 – Speaking from the Oval Office, the President addresses the nation about the BP oil spill.[99]
  • June 25 – The President travels to Muskoka, Canada[100] for the G8 Summit and participates in various sessions and meetings.[101]
  • June 26 – The President participates in the G8 Working session in Muskoka and then travels to Toronto, Canada for the G20 Summit. The President holds separate bilateral meetings with Prime Minister David Cameron of the United Kingdom, President Lee Myung-bak of South Korea, President Hu Jintao of China and attends the G20 Working Dinner.[102]
  • June 27 – The President has a morning meeting with President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono of Indonesia and then attends the G20 Leaders Working Sessions and various plenery sessions. In the late afternoon he meets with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh of India. In the evening President Obama meets with Prime Minister Naoto Kan of Japan.[102]

July[edit]

  • July 2 – President Obama and Vice President Biden speak at a memorial service for Senator Robert C. Byrd.[103]
  • July 4 – The First Family holds an Independence Day celebration on the South Lawn of the White House. In attendance are military heroes and their families along with administrative staff and their families.[104]
  • July 6 – In the fifth meeting between President Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, both agree to encourage direct Israeli-Palestinian peace talks.[105]
  • July 8 – President Obama travels to Kansas City, Missouri and visits Smith Electric Vehicles plant which received a $32 million Recovery Act Grant to build all-electric trucks.[106]
  • July 12 – The President hosts President Leonel Fernández of the Dominican Republic for a working meeting at the White House.[107]
  • July 15 – The President travels to Holland, Michigan and delivers remarks at a groundbreaking ceremony for Compact Power battery plant.[108]
  • July 21 – President Obama signs the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, considered to be the largest financial system overhaul since the New Deal. The law recognizes complex financial derivatives and protects consumers from unfair practices in loans and credit cards by establishing a new consumer protection agency.[109]
  • July 28 – President Obama travels to Edison, New Jersey and delivers remarks about the Small Business Jobs Initiative.[110]
  • July 30 – President Obama travels to the Detroit, Michigan area to promote the government bailout of the auto industry. The President speaks to workers at the Detroit Chrysler plant[111] and workers at the General Motors' Hamtramck auto assembly plant in Hamtramck, Michigan[112]

August[edit]

September[edit]

October[edit]

November[edit]

  • November 2 – President Obama appears on the Ryan Seacrest (and other) radio shows to appeal to young voters to vote on Election Day.[135]
  • November 3 – President Obama holds a news conference in the White House to acknowledge that he and the Democratic party took a "shellacking" in the mid-term elections.[136]
  • November 6 – The President and First Lady begin a ten-day trip to Asia to improve export opportunities.[137]
  • November 14 – President Obama and Mrs. Obama return from their four-nation tour having met with various world leaders, spoke at multiple venues, held news conferences, and attended the G-20 and APEC plenary sessions and ceremonies.[138]
  • November 16 – President Obama awards U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Salvatore Giunta the Medal of Honor for conspicuous gallantry in the Afghan War.[139]
  • November 19 – The President arrives in Lisbon, Portugal to attend the Lisbon summit and discuss the Afghanistan situation, NATO and the European Union with European allies. President Obama holds various bilateral meetings with President Cavaco Silva and Prime Minister José Sócrates of Portugal, and with President Mikheil Saakashvili of Georgia.[140][141][142]
  • November 20 – While at the Lisbon summit, President Obama attends various meetings pertaining to Afghanistan and various Russian Council sessions and holds a bilateral meeting with President Karzai of Afghanistan.[143][144]
  • November 23 – President Obama and South Korean President Lee Myung-bak agree in a telephone call to hold joint military and training exercises "in the coming days", in response to the Shelling of Yeonpyeong incident.[145]
  • November 24 – President Obama officially pardons two turkeys, "Apple" and "Cider", during the National Thanksgiving Turkey Presentation.[146]
  • November 26 – President Obama is inadvertently struck in the lip by Reynaldo Decerega's elbow during a game of basketball at Fort McNair; the President receives twelve stitches at the White House Medical Unit to close the wound.[147]
  • November 29 – President Obama proposes a two-year pay freeze for federal employees.[148]
  • November 30 – President Obama meets with Congressional leaders of both parties, a meeting that is dubbed the "Slurpee Summit".[149]

December[edit]

See also[edit]

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