Obama Traveling To New York City Today For U.N. General Assembly

AP

President Barack Obama will travel to New York City today for the United Nations General Assembly, according to the White House schedule.

Obama is expected to hold a bilateral meeting with Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan in the afternoon. Later in the evening, he is scheduled to participate in several events before hosting visiting heads of state at a U.N. General Assembly reception. The president and the first lady will remain overnight in New York, the White House said.

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