Obama to visit Singapore on Monday

Former U.S. President Barack Obama delivers his keynote speech to the Montreal Chamber of Commerce at the Palais de Congres in Montreal, Quebec, Canada June 6, 2017. REUTERS/Dario Ayala

Former President Barack Obama is embarking on a weeklong tour of Singapore, New Zealand, Australia and Japan.

Obama’s office says he’ll be in Singapore on Monday for an Obama Foundation discussion with young adults representing Southeast Asian nations. Obama will also participate in the Bank of Singapore’s Thought Leadership Series and visit with Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.

Obama will spend Wednesday to Friday in New Zealand.

He’ll meet with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern (AH’-durn) and participate in separate moderated conversations hosted by the New Zealand-United States Council and his foundation. Obama also plans to see former Prime Minister John Key.

On Friday and Saturday, Obama will visit Sydney, Australia, for another New Zealand-United States Council conversation and to meet with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.

He visits Tokyo on Sunday.


  1. O’Bummer…can teach pinky to fight the new emperor and also his good friend trump. Sorry and thank you

  2. Pinki and obmami, both a same kind of big sissy,watch they way they walk and talk, idea meeting place for them is Bangkok where they can sex change

  3. MIW would definitely throw big red carpet welcome for Mr. TPP you know the sweet talking guy who bailed out big banks and created the alt-right.

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