President Obama will wrap up the NATO summit in Chicago on Monday, then head to Joplin, Mo. to speak at a high school commencement as the city prepares to mark the first anniversary of the deadly tornadoes that struck it in 2011.
Mitt Romney has no public events scheduled.
Here’s your look at Obama’s schedule for May 21, from the White House Press office.
9 a.m. Participates in an International Security Assistance Force meeting on Afghanistan
1:20 p.m. Hosts a Partners Meeting with NATO Secretary General
3:30 p.m. Holds a press conference in Chicago, then departs for Missouri
8:15 p.m. Delivers remarks at the Joplin High School Commencement Ceremony.
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