In Cabinet Room where Obama made Cuba statement, table was removed, TV cameras set up. Print reporters not allowed to use phones, recorders
Obama signed the spending bill, WH says
Obama decides to mix it up with gender roles, putting a tool box in the box for girls, according to an eagle-eyed photographer.
“I’m the big Elf,” Obama says at Toys for Tots event.
By Jeff Mason
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Reuters) – President Barack Obama sought to reassure Latinos on Tuesday that signing up for deportation relief under his new immigration policy was safe and would not put them in jeopardy if his White House successor tried to overturn the action.
Supported strongly by immigration activists and staunchly opposed by many Republicans, Obama’s controversial executive action removed the threat of deportation for up to 4.7 million undocumented immigrants. But it sparked fears that coming out of the shadows now could leave immigrants vulnerable later if another administration rescinded the policy.