March Of History: White House Responds To Egypt, Libya And More

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1||February 18, 2011: Barack Obama talks on the phone with National Security Advisor Tom Donilon about developments in the Middle East, while backstage at Intel Corporation in Hillsboro, Oregon.||Official White House Photo by Pete Souza&&

2||January 28, 2011: Obama watches a televised speech by Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak in the Outer Oval Office.||Official White House Photo by Pete Souza&&

3||February 10, 2011: Obama boarding Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland.||Official White House Photo by Pete Souza&&

4||February 23, 2011: Obama walks along the Colonnade of the White House with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton after making a statement on the situation in Libya.||Official White House Photo by Pete Souza&&

5||February 11, 2011: Obama and Defense Secretary Robert Gates have lunch in the Oval Office Private Dining Room.||Official White House Photo by Pete Souza&&

6||February 8, 2011: Obama greets members of the National Policy Alliance before a meeting in the White House’s Roosevelt Room.||Official White House Photo by Pete Souza&&

7||February 11, 2011: Obama reviews his prepared remarks on the situation in Egypt in the Oval Office.||Official White House Photo by Pete Souza&&

8||March 20, 2011: Obama is briefed on the situation in Libya during a secure conference call in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.||Official White House Photo by Pete Souza&&

9||February 3, 2011: Obama and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper during the President’s daily briefing in the Oval Office.||Official White House Photo by Pete Souza&&

10||February 5, 2011: Puneet Talwar — National Security Council senior director for Iraq, Iran and the Gulf States — briefs Obama in the Oval Office.||Official White House Photo by Pete Souza&&

11||March 19, 2011: Obama in Brasilia, Brazil, works on his statement on Libya with (from left) chief of staff Bill Daley, National Security Advisor Tom Donilon, and Ben Rhodes, deputy national security advisor for strategic communication.||Official White House Photo by Pete Souza&&

12||February 4, 2011: Obama prepares for a press conference with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper.||Official White House Photo by Pete Souza&&

13||February 6, 2011: Obama with (from left) speechwriter Jon Favreau, senior advisor David Plouffe and speechwriter Jonathan Lovett in the Oval Office.||Official White House Photo by Pete Souza&&

14||February 10, 2011: Obama boards Marine One at Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland, following a trip to Marquette, Mich.||Official White House Photo by Pete Souza&&

15||February 10, 2011: Obama greets patrons and employees during a stop at Donckers in Marquette, Mich.||Official White House Photo by Pete Souza&&

16||February 16, 2011: White House Press Secretary Jay Carney before his first press briefing.||Official White House Photo by Chuck Kennedy&&

17||February 15, 2011: Obama and former President George H.W. Bush in the Oval Office.||Official White House Photo by Pete Souza&&

18||March 16, 2011: Obama talks with Japan Prime Minister Naoto Kan from the Treaty Room office in the White House Residence.||Official White House Photo by Pete Souza&&

19||February 10, 2011: Obama at Donckers in Marquette, Mich.||Official White House Photo by Pete Souza&&

20||February 1, 2011: Obama talks on the phone with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak in the Oval Office.||Official White House Photo by Pete Souza&&

21||February 15, 2011: Obama and guests listen as Yo-Yo Ma plays with the Marine Band String Quartet in the Grand Foyer of the White House.||Official White House Photo by Pete Souza&&

22||February 18, 2011: Obama waves to workers during a tour of the microprocessor manufacturing facility at Intel Corporation in Hillsboro, Oregon.||Official White House Photo by Pete Souza&&

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David Taintor is a news editor at Talking Points Memo. Previously, he worked at NBC News and Adweek. He's a native of Minnesota. Reach him at taintor@talkingpointsmemo.com.
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