(CNN) - President Obama and presumptive GOP nominee Mitt Romney will not hold events Saturday. Romney will fly from London to Tel Aviv to begin the second leg of his three country tour. Meanwhile, Romney surrogates will campaign for the Republican candidate on American soil. First lady Michelle Obama will continue her visit to London on Saturday and plans attend a few Olympic events to cheer on Team USA.
See the full schedule after the jump.
(CNN) - Mitt Romney and his wife Ann spent their final night in London watching Friday's Opening Ceremony for the 2012 Olympic Games.
The presumptive GOP nominee has been in Great Britain since Wednesday as a part of a three country foreign tour that also includes Israel and Poland. He will travel to Tel Aviv Saturday to meet with Israeli leaders, then to Poland on Monday.
(CNN) – President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign released a new television ad Friday, set to run during the opening ceremony of the 2012 Olympic Games in London.
The 30-second spot, “I believe,” takes a positive tone and features the president talking on the campaign trail about his vision for the middle class.
(CNN) - While Mitt Romney is expected to be a spectator at this summer's Olympic Games, those watching from home may see President Barack Obama, thanks to a large ad buy.
Obama's reelection campaign has bought $6.5 million of U.S. national advertizing time for the London games, a Republican ad buying source told CNN.
(CNN) – Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney on Wednesday said he plans to attend the Summer Olympics in London.
The former Massachusetts governor, who headed up the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, said he intends to be present for the first "day or two of the events."
Washington (CNN) - First lady Michelle Obama will lead the U.S. delegation to the opening ceremonies of the London Olympics, an administration official said Tuesday.
Obama will announce her upcoming trip at an event later Tuesday with Samantha Cameron, the wife of visiting British Prime Minister David Cameron.FULL STORY
Washington (CNN) - It looks like President Obama plans to return to Rio.
During his address to the people of Brazil, Obama made this comment: "Now you may be aware that this city was not my first choice for the Summer Olympics. But if the Games could not be held in Chicago, there's no place I'd rather see them than right here in Rio. And I intend to come back in 2016 to watch what happens."FULL STORY
(CNN)–Michelle Obama gave an impassioned speech before the International Olympics Committee. President Obama traveled overseas - in the middle of debates over health care and Afghanistan - to make his personal pitch to bring the 2016 Olympics to his hometown.
But despite their efforts, the Obamas will come home empty-handed as Chicago's dreams of hosting the Games evaporated in the first round.
The news stunned those awaiting the announcement, many of whom thought the battle was between Chicago, Illinois, and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Rio also beat out Madrid, Spain, and Tokyo, Japan, to host the games.
(CNN) – President Obama said Friday he's glad he went to Copenhagen in an effort to help Chicago win the right to host the Olympic Games. The head of the Republican Party said he's glad the president's coming back.
Obama is disappointed with Chicago's failure to land the 2016 Summer Olympics, his spokesman told reporters on Air Force One Friday – but he's not sorry he went to Denmark to make the pitch for his hometown.
White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs also said that the president is "absolutely" glad he spoke in person on behalf of Chicago's unsuccessful bid, and that he "would never shy away from traveling anywhere, talking to anyone about this country."
Gibbs also said the president was "obviously proud of his wife for the presentation that she made." Michelle Obama had traveled earlier to Copenhagen to lobby members of the International Olympics Committee to choose her hometown to host the 2016 Olympics.
(Updated with Obama's own comments after the jump)