Obama visited Germany on his way to World War II anniversary ceremonies at Normandy.
1Hear my cry, god; attend to my prayer.
2From the end of the land, I will cry to you, when my heart is overwhelmed; for you have led me on a rock and have comforted me.
3For you have been a shelter for me, and a strong tower from my enemies.
4I will stay in your tent forever; I will make my refuge the shadow of your wings.
5For you, god, have heard my vows; you have given an inheritance to those who revere your name.
6You have added days to the days of the king, and his years as many generations.
7He will be established before god forever; mercy and justice will preserve him.
8So I will sing praise to your name forever, when I daily fulfill my vows.
This date is the widest of all Psalm fulfillments listed on this section. This Psalm is the "Naphtali Seal Date" Psalm and Obama's visit to Germany points at Naphtali and his date.
The documents identifying Germany as lost Naphtali were also signed early, and the early visit appears as a match. The ceremonies at Normandy instead of the direct visit to Germany should also be considered a match as the events of World War II were centered on Germany.
Obama's trip included a visit to Dresden, the city destroyed by firebombing near the end of World War II. He also traveled to France for the ceremonies at Normandy.