President Obama back in NYC Tuesday to tape one of final ‘Daily Show’ episodes

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WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama is facing a convention of veterans and taking questions from Jon Stewart of "The Daily Show," as concerns run high about Iran, veterans' care and a shooting rampage against U.S. Marines.

Obama will travel to Pittsburgh to speak to the Veterans of Foreign Wars' national convention Tuesday. It's the day after the U.N. Security Council unanimously endorsed the nuclear deal with Iran.

Obama will highlight a federal rule he's finalizing on predatory lending and the military to make the case to the VFW that he's working to make things better for America's military families.

After Pennsylvania, Obama will hop a quick flight to New York to tape one of Stewart's final episodes after 16 years hosting the Comedy Central show.

The president is scheduled to arrive at 2:45 p.m. and leave at 9:15 p.m.