Obama To Visit Buckley Air Force Base

BUCKLEY AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. (AP) – President Barack Obama is stopping at Buckley Air Force Base in Aurora Thursday on a five-state swing to follow his State of the Union address.

Obama is giving remarks at a brief stop that is open to the press but closed to the public. Obama heads to Colorado from Las Vegas. The president is also going to Arizona, Iowa and Michigan on his brief tour after his third State of the Union speech.

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The White House has not released details of what Obama will talk about at Buckley. The president was last in Colorado in October, when he outlined ways of helping college students deal with school loan debt at the Auraria campus in Denver.

Watch live coverage of Obama’s visit on CBSDenver.com and watch CBS4 News Thursday night to see full coverage.

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  • Jeff

    I believe he’s due in court in GA so why will he be here instead of dealing with legal obligations?

  • Migrant3

    Obama wants the wealthy to lift HIM out of the debt he has created by overspending with borrowed money. He is using the middle class as a foil. He could care less about them. He is worried about his poor decision making and failed leadership and is desperate to find other people’s money to bail himself out his self created debt.

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