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It's been almost 24 hours since President Barack Obama left Ottawa.

You'd almost never know he'd been here now. Literally moments after his motorcade left Parliament Hill, the x-ray machines and metal detectors brought in for his visit were being disassembled, the barricades were being taken down, and the streets of downtown Ottawa were opened again to traffic.

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It's been almost 24 hours since President Barack Obama left Ottawa.

 

You'd almost never know he'd been here now. Literally moments after his motorcade left Parliament Hill, the x-ray machines and metal detectors brought in for his visit were being disassembled, the barricades were being taken down, and the streets of downtown Ottawa were opened again to traffic.

 

But a colleague of mine pointed out some interesting photos of the day have been posted on the White House website. So I give you the link in case you feel the need for some Obama time today.

 

White House official photographs

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