President Barack Obama is headed back to the key swing state of Florida on Friday, making a brief stop in the Sunshine State on his way to the Summit of the Americas in Colombia.
During his stop in Florida, his second trip to the state this week, Obama will tour the Port of Tampa and deliver remarks to highlight the benefits of trade with Latin America.
Following the speech, the president will head to Cartagena, Colombia, which is hosting the sixth Summit of the Americas over the weekend.
The White House said Obama will attend a leader's dinner at the base of Castillo San Felipe de Barajas later in the evening.
by RTT Staff Writer
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