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The Obama Administration: May 1-16, 2010

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Day466/May4th/Tuesday: The President addressed the annual meeting of the Business Council, an influential corporate group whose members include chief executives from a broad array of industries and companies, such as Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc. (FCX), Cardinal Health Inc. (CAH) and Goldman Sachs Groups Inc. (GS) (Source) at the Park Hyatt. Transcript Video

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The President made calls to Times Square vendor Lance Orton and Officers Wayne Rhatigan and Pam Duffy to thank them for their vigilance that thwarted an attempted car bombing of Times Square. Lance Orton and Duane Jackson were the vendors who first reported the suspicious vehicle. Officers Rhatigan and Duffy were the officers on the scene whose actions led to the evacuation of the area and the immediate response. Source

The President had lunch with Elie Wiesel in the Private Dining Room of the White House. Source

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The President and Vice President Joe Biden met with United States Secretary of Defense Robert Gates in the Oval Office of the White House.

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