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No one can deny that when President Obama is around children, an insane The Oval Office is for important meetings, and games of tag. Children had different reactions to meeting President Barack Obama. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza) The photograph may not. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza) Here the President convenes a National Security Council meeting. “The Vice President chases children and members of the press with a super soaker during the Biden.
Romesha the Medal of Honor for conspicuous gallantry. Here, he played a magnifying glass game with children during a visit to a pre-kindergarten classroom at the College Heights Early Childhood Learning Center in Decatur, Georgia.
The President showed Samantha Power and Cass Sunstein's children just how high by throwing a basketball to see if he could touch the ceiling with it.
Most of the staff and Secret Service with the President didn't have umbrellas so he waited for the rain to subside before crossing. I was behind the President, hoping that someone with an umbrella would walk by in the background to add another element to the photograph. I converted the digital file to black and white to accentuate the three presidential aides in the foreground. When the President asked a question about the cityscape in the background, the sunlight lit up his hands adding another dimension to this photograph.
Al Farajat, a University of Jordan tourism professor, jumped from a ledge of the Nabataean Amphitheater.
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The President invited the families to accompany him following his remarks in Newtown, Conn. After being captured by the Chinese military inFather Kapaun was taken to a North Korean prison camp, where he later died but not before he held an Easter service and said prayers for his captors. So he took matters into his own hands, straightening the pictures as Press Assistant Marie Aberger watched.
Deputy Press Secretary works in his office in the background. A day that began with laughter at the Bush Presidential Library ended in tears as the Obamas also met privately with the families who lost loved ones.
Officials from the college wanted the event to proceed outside because they did not have an indoor facility available for this many people.
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McNair's daughter was one of the victims. After landing at Tinker Air Base, the President did a walking tour of the damage and met with those affected.
The President toured the boardwalk which had reopened following the devastation of Hurricane Sandy in They usually walk on the South Drive but on this day they ventured to this corner of the acre grounds.
The two leaders spent two days in bilateral talks at Sunnylands. When the President picked up Neufeld's six-month-old daughter, she started grabbing his face. The Brits were very accommodating which enabled me to photograph this casual moment of the President with the other heads of state before a working dinner at Lough Erne Resort in Enniskillen, Northern Ireland.Trump gives treats to costumed kids in Oval Office for Halloween
The last time I had been here was in on the opposite site of the Gate when President Reagan had challenged Russian President Mikhail Gorbachev to 'tear down this wall. Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for 27 years, initially in this prison cell. Kathrada was imprisoned at Robben Island for 18 years.
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This moment happened when former Deputy Press Secretary Jamie Smith and her family stopped by for a departure greet and photograph with the President. She was working on a painting. The area experienced significant flooding during Hurricane Katrina ten years ago, and much of it has been rebuilt.
Embassy in Nairobi, Kenya. As she was crawling around the Oval Office, the President got down on his hands and knees to look her in the eye. Embassy meet and greet in Kingston, Jamaica, April 8, Mari wrote a letter to the President about the Flint water crisis.
The fair celebrates the student winners of a broad range of science, technology, engineering and math STEM competitions from across the country. The President met with the group indoors when their South Lawn event was canceled due to weather.
Here, he played a magnifying glass game with children during a visit to a pre-kindergarten classroom at the College Heights Early Childhood Learning Center in Decatur, Georgia. I can never commit to calling any picture my favorite, but the President told me that this was HIS favorite picture of the year when he saw it hanging in the West Wing a couple of weeks later.