Cooper Welcomes President Obama to Nashville
WASHINGTON – U.S. Rep. Jim Cooper (TN-5) today praised President Obama’s upcoming visit to Nashville on December 9.
“It’s always an honor and a thrill when a sitting president visits Nashville,” Cooper said. “I welcome President Obama to our vibrant, thriving and diverse city. Nashville is the perfect setting for his remarks.”
The White House has announced President Obama will deliver remarks at Casa Azafran on the executive actions he is taking to fix America’s broken immigration system.
Tuesday’s visit is President Obama’s second trip to Nashville in less than a year. In January, he spoke at McGavock High School.