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9:00 am ET - Obama addresses legislative conference - President Obama will begin his day by delivering remarks to the Building and Construction Trades Department 2012 Legislative Conference in Washington.
10:50 am ET - Romney in New Hampshire - GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney spends part of his day campaigning in New Hampshire, where he'll speak to supporters at the Portsmouth Fish Pier.
1:30 pm ET - One World Trade Center construction milestone - As we near the first anniversary of Osama bin Laden's death, a construction milestone will be reached at One World Trade Center. Steel columns will be installed to make the structure the tallest building in New York City. A briefing will follow at 2:15 pm ET.
2:00 pm ET - Obama meets with Japanese PM - President Obama welcomes Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda to the White House.
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Can anyone guess what I just did?
the suspense is killin me! What did u just do Chrissy?
One World Trade Center is the new World Trade Center is the New World Order Center.
Or it's just the first building in a series...
not me @ l2:53. Take a hike troll.
Do they honestly believe just because OBL was allegedly killed a year ago, and reinforcing this building is going to bring closure to everyone who has suffered losses due to 9/ll?
I don't think it is so much about closure as it is about rebirth.
Mostly i was posting about the anniversary comment.
Hello everyone. I'm glad to see that they are working so hard on the new trade center. It will never replace the lives we lost but it a standing monument to the people who gave their lives. Not a lot of people look at it like that but it's the only to really look at it. I know that it's hard for some people to see the good and positive thing that rebuilding there is but it shows that as a country we are not weak and that we will stand strong together.
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