by: Adam Smeltz Updated:
PITTSBURGH - President Barack Obama plans to visit Pittsburgh on Wednesday, a day after delivering the State of the Union address, the White House announced Saturday.
The White House will release details of Obama's visit “in the coming days,” a White House official said
Obama plans to travel to Prince George's County in Maryland on Wednesday as well, and the Milwaukee and Nashville areas on Thursday, the White House said.
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