This week, the President donned a yarmulke at Adas Israel Congregation, where he also sang and danced with some preschoolers; marked the first Memorial Day since our war in Afghanistan came to an end; hosted the NATO Secretary-General in the Oval Office; and answered your questions on climate change during a Twitter Q&A in Miami. That's May 22 to May 28th or, “High Fives for Everybody!” Friday The President greeted rabbis at Adas Israel , one of Washington’s oldest synagogues, to mark Jewish American Heritage Month – and made an impromptu visit to a preschool classroom. The President hosted foreign diplomats for an annual reception in the East Room. Monday On Memorial Day , the President joined 5,000 people at Arlington National Cemetery to lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and reflect on the day with the families of those who have sacrificed so much for our freedom. Tuesday Reporters from all over the world joined the President and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in the Oval Office, following their bilateral meeting . The President teamed up with the Vice President to surprise Vivian Bailey on her White House tour. Wednesday The EPA announced its finalized Clean Water Rule , after reviewing over a million public comments. The Rule will protect safe and clean drinking water for millions of American families. Thursday The President toured the National Hurricane Center , where he was briefed on the upcoming hurricane season. The President took questions about climate change on Twitter from engaged citizens like you.
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West Wing Week: 05/29/15 or, “High Fives For Everybody!”