President Donald Trump’s Schedule for Monday, October 22, 2018

President Donald Trump will receive his daily briefing as prepared by the intelligence community then have lunch with Vice President Mike Pence.

In the afternoon, the president will travel to Houston, Texas, where he will attend a roundtable with supporters then hold a Make America Great Again Rally.

Keep up with Trump on President Trump’s Schedule Page.

President Trump’s schedule for 10/22/18

All Times EDT:

  • 12:05 am Arrive at Joint Base Andrews
  • 12:15 am Depart Joint Base Andrews en route to the White House – Marine One
  • 12:25 am Arrive at the White House – South Lawn
  • 11:30 am Receive intelligence briefing – Oval Office
  • 12:15 pm Lunch with the Vice President
  • 2:30 pm Depart the White House en route to Joint Base Andrews – South Lawn/Marine One
  • 2:40 pm Arrive at Joint Base Andrews
  • 2:50 pm Depart Washington, D.C., en route to Houston, TX – Air Force One

All Times CDT:

  • 4:45 pm Arrive at Ellington Field Joint Reserve Base – Houston, TX
  • 4:55 pm Depart Ellington Field Joint Reserve Base en route to Houston Toyota Center – Motorcade
  • 5:20 pm Arrive at Houston Toyota Center 
  • 5:50 pm Host a roundtable with supporters 
  • 6:30 pm Hold a Make America Great Again Rally [Live Stream]
  • 7:50 pm Depart Houston Toyota Center en route to Ellington Field Joint Reserve Base – Motorcade
  • 8:15 pm Arrive at Ellington Field Joint Reserve Base 
  • 8:25 pm Depart Houston, TX, en route to Washington, D.C. – Air Force One

White House Briefing Schedule

  • None

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