Obama Back In NY City For Campaign Fundraiser
President Barack Obama is coming to the city Monday for another fundraiser.
The president will attend a dinner and deliver remarks at the NoMad Hotel near the Flatiron District.
The trip comes a little more than a month after the president visited the new One World Trade Center.
Obama is still trying to drum up support and raise money for his campaign.
Recent finance reports show he has been outraised by Mitt Romney for two straight months.
The president will arrive in the city around 5 p.m. and depart around 10 p.m.
Drivers can expect traffic tieups while the president is in town.
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