President Obama arrives in Denver

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DENVER -- Air Force One landed in Denver Tuesday evening.

Obama will head to a private fundraiser and stay the night. Wednesday morning he is expected to give an economic speech at Cheeseman Park before leaving in the afternoon.

For security reasons, the Secret Service does not reveal the planned route the president’s motorcade will take, but DPD said drivers can expect traffic delays and road closures.

After his arrival, President Obama dined at the Wazee Supper Club, according to a tweet from his press secretary Josh Earnest.

The LoDo neighborhood swelled with police and secret service.

Following dinner, the President visited Wynkoop Brewing Company.

 

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