The last 12 hours of President Obama's 27-hour Southern California visit winds up with a tour, a private meeting with state and local oficials, a town hall, and the Tonight Show on Thursday.
The President will visit the Southern California Edison International Vehicle Electrics Plant. At 10:30am PT, and Obama will make a statement about the tour.
Obama is expected to hold a private meeting with Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, and state Assembly Speaker Karen Bass after the tour.
At 1:10pm PT, the President will take the stage at the Miguel Contreras Learning Center. At the center, President Obama will conduct his second town hall where he again will discuss his stimulus package, AIG drama, and the wall street bailout. The town hall is expected to conclude at 2:15pm PT.
President Obama's motorcade will make its way from downtown Los Angeles up to Burbank and the NBC studios that houses both the Tonight Show and NBC4. While in studio, the President will tape the Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
Shortly after, the President will make his way back to Long Beach and Air Force One is expected to depart Southern California by 6:00pm PT.
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You can watch the President's entire trip on NewsRaw. Click here to watch online. You can also watch on over-the-air television, channel 4.2. On cable, you can watch on Time Warner 225, Cox 804, and Charter 304.
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