Chelsea Clinton’s Wedding Day

Musical flowers for daddy and mommy’s little girl on this special day.

Time flies love endures.

She met the boy and the boy met her.

They got each other to hold on to.

The old poet wrote so long ago wrote the words so apt for today:

“Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day?
Thou art more lovely and more temperate.
Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May,
And summer’s lease hath all too short a date.
Sometime too hot the eye of heaven shines,
And often is his gold complexion dimmed;
And every fair from fair sometime declines,
By chance, or nature’s changing course untrimmed.
But thy eternal summer shall not fade
Nor lose possession of that fair thou ow’st;
Nor shall death brag thou wand’rest in his shade,
When in eternal lines to time thou grow’st,
So long as men can breathe or eyes can see,
So long lives this, and this gives life to thee.”

Our little girl has grown up.


100 thoughts on “Chelsea Clinton’s Wedding Day

  1. From the last thread,

    July 31st, 2010 at 3:29 pm

    This is what I have been looking for. The reasons you gave make the most sense to me.

  2. Maybe I am wrong, I could of sworn that Marc had blue eyes, but the more pics of him that I see, I think I’m wrong. Maybe in the pic I saw he had blue contacs on, which is done all time now. He’s handsome anyways!

  3. I just heard on Fox that wikileaks is going to leak stuff about this administration now and BP and the Fox folks looked totally unhappy! We will see!


    Picture of Hillary last night. Opportunity to support her fashion choice with a comment at this site. There are some downright nasty people out there. I thought she look pretty good in her choice, being comfortable, classy, and most importantly, happy. Her make-up was done right, and her hair looked fine. People were commenting that it wasn’t “form fitting”. Now, why in the hell would a 60 something year old, want to wear something that shows what age has taken away? She dressed appropriately for a rehearsal dinner. I would like to see what she wore to the wedding today.

  5. moononpluto, Have some new pics been posted?

    BTW, I agree completely with nomobama. You don’t wear something form-fitting when you’re 62 unless you’d have a bunch of plastic surgery.

  6. Remember how to tell if Michelle O is within 100 miles of your house. If all the milk turns sour then you know………….. well thats how you are supposed to know witches were about according to folklore.

  7. THe guy on Fox seems irritated to have to report on Chelsea’s wedding, but the folks at Fox seem to be enjoying the excitement….weird!

  8. THe guy on Fox seems irritated to have to report on Chelsea’s wedding, but the folks at Fox seem to be enjoying the excitement….weird!

    he is irritated ‘cos he cannnot get too much details, interviews on the “A” guest list…..

  9. I just can’t believe the media attention on this…I’m glad…but the media has always had love/hate relationship with the Clintons…my guess…the world knows the dumb democrats made a huge mistake in 08’…Hillary is more popular now than she was in 08′ and this obsession proves it…BTW…Chelsea is treading in the #1 spot on yahoo now!

  10. Hats off to Chels and Marc…the ceremony is supposedly over and now it is approaching reception time..

    They sure have stymied the media off!!!! Not many can!!!

  11. The guest list was relatively free of star wattage (without Oprah or Obama)


    I’m so glad neither of those backstabbers were there.

  12. July 31, 2010

    The Big Day: Chelsea Clinton’s Wedding
    Mike Groll/Associated Press

    The Caucus is in Rhinebeck, N.Y., for the former first daughter’s wedding day. Check back for updates throughout the day.

    7:26 p.m. | Now Pronounce You Man and Wife
    It’s official: Former President Bill Clinton and Hillary Rodham Clinton, the secretary of state released this statement at 7:23 p.m.:

    “Today, we watched with great pride and overwhelming emotion as Chelsea and Marc wed in a beautiful ceremony at Astor Courts, surrounded by family and their close friends. We could not have asked for a more perfect day to celebrate the beginning of their life together, and we are so happy to welcome Marc into our family. On behalf of the newlyweds, we want to give special thanks to the people of Rhinebeck for welcoming us and to everyone for their well-wishes on this special day.”

    6:50 p.m. |Some Details on the Ceremony
    The interfaith ceremony will be conducted by Rabbi James Ponet and Reverend William Shillady. Ms. Clinton is Methodist and the groom, Marc Mezvinsky, is Jewish.

    The family said the ceremony would celebrate and honor elements of both traditions. It would include friends and family reading the Seven Blessings, which are typically recited at traditional Jewish weddings following the vows and exchange of rings.

    A friend of the couple planned to read the poem, “The Life That I Have,” by Leo Marks.

    5:28 p.m. | From Nate Schweber
    A report from a media pen on River Road (where 10 reporters are stationed near 15 brown milk cows who are chewing on their dinner and taking in the whole scene): The final nail-biting minutes before the wedding are here. A caravan of guests are starting to arrive at Astor Courts. Several minutes ago, nearly a dozen vans filled with gussied up guests waved at members of the press as they journeyed down River Road to the site of the ceremony.

    The caravan also included three black cars and a van that one state trooper said held Hillary Rodham Clinton, who has in the past referred to herself as M.O.T.B., or Mother of the Bride. Just seconds ago, two Suburbans, a Range Rover and a black Town Car sped down the road as if they were in a rush to an important date. The ceremony is expected to begin within an hour.

    4:44 p.m. | Strike a Pose
    A few guests have started to emerge from their hotels in their gowns and tuxedos to be photographed before the buses take them to the Astor Courts estate. The paparazzi, joined by dozens of local residents and tourists, are trying to get a peek at the guests. They are peering through the cracks of a wooden fence and sticking their cameras over the top. Others with cameras have swarmed to another viewing area for a look.

    Jessica Rinaldi/Reuters Madeleine Albright and Terry McAuliffe leaving a Rhinebeck restaurant.4:27 p.m. | Power Lunch
    As celebrity guests tried to catch lunch Saturday before Chelsea Clinton’s nuptials, they quickly found themselves outnumbered by reporters and photographers swarming through the center of Rhinebeck.

    When word spread that Madeleine Albright, the former secretary of state, was having lunch with Terry McAuliffe, the former Democratic National Committee chairman, at Gigi Trattoria, locals and photographers crowded onto the sidewalk around the restaurant. As Vera Wang tried to enter the same restaurant with her husband, she found herself so overwhelmed by photographers that she never made it through the restaurant entrance. A few minutes after Ms. Wang’s frustrated departure, Ms. Albright left the restaurant, smiled at the crowd as people called her name and then Ms. Albright quickly left.

    Down the block, the former president’s close adviser Douglas Band dined with his wife, Lily, along with the movie producer Steve Bing, Representative Anthony Weiner and Justin Cooper, a Clinton employee, at Foster’s Coach House Tavern before they were noticed by crowds.

    3:11 p.m. |A Clinton Speaks
    Marie Clinton Bruno is here. Her grandfather and Mr. Clinton’s stepfather were brothers.

    As she strolled past shops and inns through downtown Rhinebeck with her husband Gio on her way to get dressed for the wedding, Ms. Clinton Bruno talked about how she still couldn’t believe that Chelsea was getting married. Chelsea was a bridesmaid in her wedding at the Governor’s Mansion in Arkansas on Sept. 30, 1990, when Chelsea was ten years old. On her wedding day, Chelsea, who wore a pale pink dress, made sure that her now-husband Gio had the wedding bands and tended to the artificial flowers in her bouquet.

    “She was just a wonderful bridesmaid,” said Ms. Clinton Bruno. “She’s just as wonderful today as she was back then.”

    As Ms. Clinton Bruno strolled through Rhinebeck, she said the town reminded her of home.

    “She’s made a wonderful choice. It reminds me of the Ozarks in Arkansas, except more chic.”

    Ms. Clinton Bruno approved of Chelsea’s choice in a groom.

    She said she did not attend last night’s rehearsal dinner. But she attended the cocktail party at the Beekman Arms Inn.

    Ted Danson and Mary Steenburgen, the actors and long-time family friends of the Clintons, were strolling hand-in-hand through this moneyed town on Saturday when a media scrum swirled around them like a sudden tornado.

    “I’ve known her since she was a baby, so this is a big moment,” Ms. Steenburgen said sweetly of the former first daughter.

    12:22 p.m. |Wedding Bells Are Gonna Chime
    RHINEBECK, N.Y. — We’re here in Rhinebeck (who isn’t?), where Chelsea Clinton’s wedding is to take place tonight.

    Ms. Clinton, the center of all the commotion, has been completely invisible to the media and onlookers at the gawkfest in the village of 2,800. The crowd brimmed Friday night with anticipation that she might appear at a cocktail reception after her rehearsal dinner, but she did not — at least as far as anyone could tell.

    No details of the wedding itself have leaked, yet, nor have we seen the bride. But we have seen the father of the bride, twice, and the mother of the bride once. They gave a two-second wave to the cameras last night as they alighted from their van for an after-dinner party at the stately Beekman Arms, where many of the wedding guests are staying.

    Former President Clinton, wearing a suit jacket and gray pants, had definitely lost weight, per Chelsea’s instructions. By cutting out junk food and exercising more, we were told, he actually lost more than 20 pounds, going five pounds further than his daughter had ordered.

    Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton wore a flowing, floor-length green print dress, her hair was brightly blond and she was grinning broadly.

    Mr. Clinton made his first foray into town earlier Friday, having lunch at Gigi Trattoria, a local eatery, where he skipped dessert. Curiosity and celeb fever had built to such a fever pitch here, where hundreds of news media and pseudo-media have been encamped for a week, that Laura Pensiero, who owns Gigi’s said Mr. Clinton may have made the appearance simply “to let some steam out of the kettle.”

    We don’t expect to see the Clintons today, but the crowd is already gathering at the main intersection here in this subdued, moneyed town along the Hudson about two hours north of New York City. Tonight, the sky is expected to be set aglow by fireworks after Chelsea and Marc Mezvinsky, who works for a hedge fund, say their “I dos.”

    The prospect of seeing the Clintons and any other celebrities has gripped residents, who uniformly describe “Chelsea’s weekend” as a “royal” event. Up to 500 people are expected to attend, and many of them wandered out of the Beekman last night in their evening finery to get a drink at Gigi Trattoria.

    “I’m star-struck!” said Melodie Molinare, 50, the postmaster of Rhinebeck, as she stood on the packed street corner, held back by wooden police barricades. “I want to see them. I don’t have to touch them. I want to see Chelsea in her dress.”

    Among those spotted going into the Beekman Friday included Madeleine Albright, the former secretary of state, with Vernon Jordan, the well-known Democratic power broker. (Mr. Jordan is not a well-recognized figure up here, and one man in the crowd across the street identified Mr. Jordan as Hamilton Jordan, the late top aide to Jimmy Carter. (He spoke with such authority that he used Hamilton Jordan’s unusual pronunciation of his last name as “JER-don.”) Another identified him as Warren Buffett.)

    One man in the crowd confidently identified another guest as Steve Madden, the shoe designer, who quickly raced inside the inn from a van. We have not been able to confirm that. He also identified another guest as Kobe Bryant, but we were told Mr. Bryant is not attending.

    The father of the bride was true to form at the post-rehearsal-dinner party at the Beekman Arms, excitedly sharing his encyclopedic knowledge of the area. A middle-aged wedding guest, who declined to be identified, emerged from the inn after Mr. and Mrs. Clinton had left to report this: “He spent 10 minutes explaining the Revolutionary War and this town’s significance to me.”

    The prospect of seeing the Clintons and other celebrities has gripped residents of the town.
    The vast majority of guests looked to be in their late 20s or 30s, perhaps college and work friends of the bride and groom. Perhaps they will be celebrities some day, but for now they can rest comfortably in their anonymity. They seemed to be a mixture of Arkansas and the hedge-fund world. One blonde in a ballooning yellow dress walked across the street to the gawkfest and took pictures of the locals, then had her picture taken with them, then posed with a bemused and very patient state trooper.

    “We don’t know who we’re looking at,” one bystander complained. “My God, they all look like they’re in their 20s. They’re kids! Seriously, I want to see Oprah.”

    Onlookers clearly had varied definitions of celebrity. While one local was excited about spotting Terry McAuliffe, former Democratic National Committee chairman and first friend, the celebrity spotting was less exciting for Rachel Squillante who lives in Manhattan but returned home to Rhinebeck for the weekend to catch a glimpse of some stars. Ms. Squillante, 24, and a friend had heard that Jennifer Lopez was in town. But the only big name guest they saw was Ms. Albright whom Ms. Squillante’s friend didn’t know.

    A lot of residents were hoping to see Oprah Winfrey, Barbra Streisand, John Major and Steven Spielberg. But we have learned that they are not invited. Still, several locals insisted that Ms. Winfrey had been spotted at the Holy Cow, a nearby ice cream shop, on Friday.

    The anticipation in the crowd last night reached such a frenzy that when state troopers lined up between the gawkers and the guests, a woman from an Italian television station yelled to one of the troopers to move. “We can’t see!” she said. He smiled.

    Arlene Newman drove with two friends from Castleton, a small town near Albany, to get a glimpse of the former president and the bride. After eating dinner, they waited more than two hours across from the Beekman Arms hoping to spot them.

    “We heard Bill was here today,” Ms. Newman said. “We love him. My mom is in a nursing home. She loves him. We wish them well. It’s royalty. It’s our royalty.” She added that until now Ms. Clinton had succeeded in keeping her life private. “They left her alone,” she said. “They didn’t hound her like Princess Diana.”

    As Ms. Newman’s friends chatted about how beautiful Chelsea Clinton had become since her youth and reminisced how she led her parents across the White House lawn following the Monica Lewinsky scandal, Ms. Newman agreed. “Aye, yi, yi. I hope she has lots of babies.”

    Earlier in the evening, a handful of local business owners raised some sparkling wine at the Blue Cashew Kitchen supply to toast the vows of Marc and Chelsea. Ms. Pensiero said that at lunch yesterday, Mr. Clinton arrived at her restaurant with his half-brother, Roger, and a half-dozen guests whom she believed were friends and relatives. She said the former president greeted guests, shook hands with the kitchen’s workers and filled the restaurant with so much “electricity in the air” that “nobody had much of an appetite.” She said that she thanked Mr. Clinton for having lunch there and “he thanked me for putting up with the chaos.” Ms. Pensiero’s catering business had already been busy all week delivering roughly 200 meals a day to different businesses working on wedding preparations.

    Other businesses already had benefited from the boost in business. Maureen Missner, whose shop Paper Trail is believed to be helping to prepare the gift bags, talked about how different the feel of this wedding was compared to last year when the actor Griffin Dunne held his wedding in the area and local residents spotted celebrities like Hugh Jackman.

    She said that comparing it to Mr. Dunne’s wedding put these festivities into perspective. “This is not a star-studded wedding,” said Ms. Missner. “This is clearly about the bride and groom.”

  13. MOP, It looks like the Clinton’s wanted the folks most important to their lives at this wedding, real friends and family. I’m glad Chelsea was able to have a private wedding!

  14. Good quality photos of Hillary and Bill last night.

    Poor Bill, he lost too much weight for Chelsea. 😉

  15. Haha, I too am waiting for a picture, Shadowfax! (I’ve probably refreshed Google News a hundred times in the last hour, thinking it might show up LOL.)

    On another note….look at this article and picture from the New York Times…


    Town Elbows Its Way Into Clinton Wedding

    RHINEBECK, N.Y. — Bill and Hillary Clinton have tried to shield their daughter, Chelsea, from the gaze of the public for most of her life.

    But on her wedding day on Saturday, even as the Clintons sought to shroud the event in secrecy, local residents and onlookers decided they were going to celebrate along with them, invited or not.

    So despite confidentiality agreements, anonymous hotel reservations and a no-fly zone established over the area, this moneyed and normally subdued town turned into a Chelsea theme park, with shop windows filled with homages to her, including one with a live model in a wedding dress having her makeup done.


    Just look at how the townspeople decided to spontaneously celebrate for Chelsea. It shows how much the Clintons are really loved…that even they try and shy away from the limelight, the public wants more and more of them.

    That level of unabashed, leading with the heart, saying through actions what you can’t through words, love… a way, it speaks volumes to me. Your country cries out for you, Hillary…

  16. It takes hours for the pics before the wedding reception can even start…hopefully we’ll see some pics sooon!

  17. I don’t believe for a minute that chelsea asked bill to loose 15 pounds for her wedding, I’m sure it had a lot more to do with the fact that he just had cardiac surgery and she wanted him to be well for the wedding.

  18. Also loved that turquoise/green dress Hillary wore last night. I think Bill once said that turqoise is Hillary’s favorite color, when he brought her back a turquoise necklace from South America last year.

    Hillary looks great in that color!

  19. CNN just had the first picture released of Chelsea and Marc…they looked fabulous…

    …they said they have about four more that they will be showing soon…

    chelsea looks beautiful…her hair is up…she is smiling and her gown is gorgeous…

  20. I haven’t heard where Obama is this weekend…he’s probably filling envelopes with cash for payoffs somewhere in the west wing…Drudge has a pic of him somewhere in sandles at night. I wonder where that was shot??

  21. Yes, this is a Clinton Lovefest alright..

    It’s about time. We’ve waited for this for a very long time.

    I wonder how many are really pissed off and will try being a spoiler?

  22. the photos on cnn show bill walking chels down the isle, etc…first posting i can find…check it out there

  23. Those 4 pics at were great. I just loved #3 and #4. It was a beautiful wedding! The pic of Marc, Chelsea, Hillary and Bill was fantastic…they looked so happy!

  24. hillary looks beautiful and bill so handsome…all four so beautiful…….this is so exciting…i am so happy for them…

    Congratulations and a Happy, Happy Life to Chelsea and Marc…

  25. yes american girl, that is hillary, her mother, and bill in the background…

    chelsea’s gown is so beautiful

  26. I just love that pic of Chelsea seeming to giggle as she apparently just finished saying her vows…they look so much in love and Marc seems to be very happy too.

  27. I would love to see Hillary’s wine colored dress a little better….I hope they release a few more….

  28. This site has an ad that pops up (just click close) but it has HUGE versions of the released wedding photos.

  29. What do you guys think about the looks on Bill and Chelsea’s faces as they walk down the aisle??

  30. American Gal, I thought the same thing…its kind of scary to say those vows…but once its over its all smiles after that…at least that’s what I remember.

  31. There’s an extra photo at that link I posted that isn’t on the CNN website..perhaps even more will be released over time.

  32. there has been such positive energy connected to the clintons and chelsea’s wedding…just about everyone they interviewed in Rhinebeck has had great things to say and raves about all the business it has brought…the clintons are a natural walking stimulus package by virture of the positive energy and genuiness they project…

    how i wish they could just take over now and get our country going again

    …it is so obvious what is missing is competence, experience and goodwill…

    we do not have time to babysit O’s ego anymore…


  33. confloyd, I read that Bill Clinton was saying he didn’t want to cry walking Chelsea down the aisle. He was probably concentrating hard on not doing that which to me is why he looks kind of serious in that photo.

  34. check out the front page of the NYT…there are the photos of the clintons…and to the left is an article that says

    “To Help Fellow Democrats In the Fall, Obama must Stay Away…

    …talk about irony…

  35. American Girl, He did look serious, but thats how most look walking down the aisle. Think about that Clinton Winery….they probably have never sold that much wine…it was definitely a boon to the economy. That’s how the Clinton’s would do it though!

  36. Yes right next to Chelsea’s wedding pic is Obama must stay away from democrats….LOL! Lets hope he looks for the pics and sees that article…LOL!

  37. JanH
    July 31st, 2010 at 4:00 pm

    From the last thread,

    July 31st, 2010 at 3:29 pm

    This is what I have been looking for. The reasons you gave make the most sense to me.


    THanks. I expect there are lots more motives involved, too.

  38. Paula
    July 31st, 2010 at 10:25 pm

    Check out the photo of Bill walking her down the aisle. OMG!

    It makes me want to cry.

    I want all the darn photos, big, clear photos and not on some moving photo player that doesn’t work.
    Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa, we have waited, been so good waiting and we want photos, more, NOW!!! 😉

  39. I know it’s an icky, advertising laden site, but if you click on the photos at the Vinubuzz link I provided earlier they will show up on a separate page and you can download them to your computer. The last photo just gives a bunch of pop-up ads when you click it however.

    I copied the other four photos to my hard drive without problems…

  40. Looks like Bill lost a lot of weight fairly quickly. Hope he really did lose it for Chelsea’s wedding and there is not something else besides the known heart situation.

    We love you, Big Dog, fat, skinny, or in between!

    What a happy day for the Clintons and they certainly deserve it.

  41. Did you notice Hillary off to the far right in the photo of the newlyweds?

    Hillary’s dress is beautiful and so is Chelsea’s!!!

    Bill and Chelsea walking down the aisle, they look like the dolls on a wedding cake, perfect!

  42. Did you all recognize anyone else in the photos??? I wondered who the lady in the gold dress was..she looked familiar??

  43. and the background of the photo where bill is walking chelsea down the aisle…

    it has such a white house feel to it…everything is so elegant…

    bill looks emotional in that photo…hopefully there will be some magazine coverage

  44. S, I noticed that to and if you go to the site on yahoo on WH weddings…it looks a lot like it…but since she wanted it to be private I doubt the WH would have been good.

  45. The photos are all lovely!!

    Thanks for posting them-

    I don’t know if we can get a closeup of Bill walking Chels down the aisle. He might not have wanted a closeup due to the intensity of the moment, very emotional.

    Hillary looked radiant and happy in her plum gown and Mrs Rodham looked beautiful as well.

  46. I read they were going to have fireworks, but you’d think they’d have a pic of that…somehow fireworks don’t match the Clinton’s…probably a rumor!

  47. The Clintons gave bottles of wine to people who would be affected by traffic. The obmams would have given out pictures of themselves!

  48. Looks like Bill lost a lot of weight fairly quickly. Hope he really did lose it for Chelsea’s wedding and there is not something else besides the known heart situation.


    I heard Bill on video saying that he was going to love 15 pounds at Chelsea’s request.
    She may have taken the opportunity to bribe him because she knows it is good for his heart.

  49. I saw on several sites Chelsea asked Bill to lose 15 lbs for the wedding, for his health, and he lost 20 instead.

  50. I saw on several sites Chelsea asked Bill to lose 15 lbs for the wedding, for his health, and he lost 20 instead.

    Right, and he said it on Bob Schaeffer’s Sunday show – not sure – ABC? I heard him say it and now cannot find any evidence.

  51. I see that some of the pictures posted in the dailymail link from above are the ones in the video link that I posted.

  52. turndown: please understand I am not saying I am not a conspiracy nut. But my conspiracies are on a grander scale. I am interested in the people who put him in there and their motivations. If I am right they are looking pretty stupid to their own peer group right now. I am encouraged that Hillary and Bill are staying at Soros relative’s place because what that suggests to me is that one of the key people who put Barack in there may be having second thoughts. Beyond that, I think people give Obama far too much credit. He is a flake. It is ironic that people as smart as Jay Cost find it ironic that Obama was a genius on the campaign trail yet he cannot govern. When it comes to the campaign, it is like the song says: It Never Was You, Barack. It was big media and wall street. Given a level playing field it would have been over Super Tuesday. And once you understand that it never was Barak in the campaign, it becomes easier to understand why he cannot govern.

  53. I am encouraged that Hillary and Bill are staying at Soros relative’s place because what that suggests to me is that one of the key people who put Barack in there may be having second thoughts.


    Hi Wbboie: I read the other day that the relatives said this is not true and that they didn’t know who put out this rumour. They maybe said it just as a coverup, but they did say it.

  54. Wbboei:

    I am with you. I would love to know the behind the scenes plans that put this guy in office. These people may all be wealthy but they had no judgment, unless they didn’t care if he hadn’t done a thing in his life because they felt that that would make it easier to pull his strings.

  55. Perfect, Chelsea got married in a small town, with both families personnel friends, she surprised the experts with her strapless gown, and she and the town kept everything secret and personnel.

    It was perfect, not lavish like they all made it out to be.

  56. Hillary is right back to work this day after the big event.Truly a wonder woman.

    Daily Appointments: Daily Appointments Schedule for July 26, 2010
    Mon, 02 Aug 2010 07:43:40 -0500

    Daily Appointments Schedule for July 26, 2010

    Washington, DC

    July 26, 2010



    9:15 a.m. Secretary Clinton meets with the Assistant Secretaries, at the Department of State.

    10:10 a.m. Secretary Clinton meets with Secretary of Defense Bob Gates and National Security Advisor General Jim Jones, at the White House.

    11:00 a.m. Secretary Clinton attends a meeting at the White House.

    1:35 p.m. Secretary Clinton meets with the participants in the July Ambassadorial Seminar, at the Department of State.

    2:00 p.m. Secretary Clinton holds a bilateral meeting with Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak, at the Department of State.
    Pre-set time for video cameras: 1:15 p.m. at the 23rd Street Entrance.
    Final access time for journalists and still photographers: 1:45 p.m. at the 23rd Street Entrance.

    4:00 p.m. Secretary Clinton meets with President Obama at the White House.

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