Susan Walsh, Associated Press
In this March 31, 2015 file photo, President Barack Obama speaks in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington.

WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama has delayed his departure for a trip to Kentucky because of the Iran nuclear talks in Switzerland. But he's going ahead with the visit.

The White House says Obama will depart after speaking Thursday from the Rose Garden on the breakthrough in the Iran talks.

Obama plans to tour a Louisville-based technology company and discuss job training and Republican plans to repeal the estate tax.

After Kentucky, Obama is scheduled to fly to Hill Air Force Base in Utah for an appearance there Friday.

The Utah stop would be Obama's first visit there as president. It also will leave him one state short of having visited all 50 while in office.

South Dakota is the other state Obama hasn't been to as president.