One lucky fifth grader in Minnesota is coming back to school Monday with a very special absentee note, after his dad let him skip class Friday to go meet the President of the United States. President Obama visited a Honeywell factory near Minneapolis that day, where Tyler Sullivan's dad Ryan, one of the new employees there, was set to introduce him. Given the occasion, Sullivan let his son tag along, and the President made sure Tyler had something to show teachers next week.
It's not every day you get a chance to see President Obama speak — and it's even rarer to watch him get introduced by your dad. That's why fifth grader Tyler Sullivan made the wise choice to skip school and head to the Honeywell fac... Read Post
President Barack Obama was hosting six separate fundraisers in Minnesota and Chicago on Friday and during one of those trips he stopped at a Honeywell factory in Minneapolis where he helped out a 5th grader. The POTUS was introduced... Read Post