First Family in Chicago This Weekend

The Obamas will stay the through Sunday

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    President Barack Obama and his youngest daughter Sasha step from Air Force One as they arrive at Chicago O'Hare International Airport, Friday, June 15, 2012, in Chicago (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

    President Barack Obama gets to spend Father's Day with the First Family at their home in the Kenwood neighborhood.
    The First Family landed at O'Hare International Airport at around 7 p.m. Friday. They will stay through Sunday, which happens to coincide with the day dedicated to dad.

    It's no secret that the Commander in Chief enjoys his trips home. During his trip home two weeks ago, Obama was all smiles after spending a night in his own bed and lounging around his home that Sunday morning.

    The Obamas are in town for the A-List wedding of White House advisor Valerie Jarrett’s daughter in the Kenwood neighborhood. 
    Police officers have been ordered to secure the perimeter for the nuptials. Reports say that up to 200 police could provide security for a clout-heavy Saturday wedding.
    Laura Jarrett will marry Tony Balkissoon, both Harvard Law School graduates.

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