Where the President Travels

Churchill Corporate Services Blog

It used to be that presidents never traveled outside of our country. Getting elected to the Oval Office meant staying there during your term. International diplomatic travel was done by ambassadors and Secretaries of State. Part of it, especially for America, was that before the advent of airplanes it took a very long time to cross an ocean in a boat. Woodrow Wilson really was doing something unprecedented when he went over to Europe to negotiate the end of first world war as president. Now a grueling travel schedule is part of the job description of being president. Even just running for president requires jet-setting across America for years to campaign. Teddy Roosevelt stepped foot outside America only once as president. A century later, George W. Bush made a total of 140 diplomatic visits to 74 different countries during his presidency. Barack Obama is at 62 official visits to 43…

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