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President Barack Obama returns to the White House on August 29, 2012 in Washington, D.C. Obama continued to campaign for his re-election on the second and last day of his college tour through Iowa and Virginia.
President Obama will visit Louisiana on Monday to meet with officials and view the damage from Hurricane Isaac, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney announced Friday.
Carney said the president will go to assess the impact of the hurricane, which has since been downgraded to a tropical storm, and make sure “that unmet needs are being met and that the federal response led by FEMA is helping.”
Obama will stop in Louisiana after beginning his day in Toledo, Ohio where he’ll hold a campaign event.
He was scheduled to campaign in Cleveland after his event in Toledo but Carney said changes to the campaign schedule were still pending.
Obama’s Republican opponent in the presidential race, Mitt Romney, is visiting the storm-stricken parts of the state today.