President Joe Biden will receive his daily briefing on Friday then he will meet with governors to discuss wildfire prevention, host Cuban-American leaders at the White House in a fake show of support for the plight of the Cuban people, then head-off to Camp David again for a restful weekend.
President Biden’s Itinerary for 7/30/21:
All Times EDT
- 9:45 AM Daily Briefing
- 11:45 AM Meet with governors on wildifires
- 4:45 PM Meet with Cuban-American leaders to show false-support for the Cuban people
- 6:00 PM Depart the White House en route to Camp David
White House Briefing Schedule
- 1:30 PM White House Press Briefing [Live Stream]
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We are providing former President Donald Trump’s schedule to compare and contrast the leadership and work style of the two presidents. The schedules are from the same “day” in the administration, not the same “date”.
Former President Donald Trump’s Schedule This Day in 2017
In the morning, President Donald Trump will meet with U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley. The President will then depart the White House for Joint Base Andrews, en route to Ronkonkoma, New York. In the afternoon, the President will give remarks on MS-13 to Federal, State, and local law enforcement before returning to the White House.
President Trump’s schedule for Friday, 7/28/17
- 11:00 AM Meet with U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley – Oval Office
- 11:40 AM Depart the White House en route to Joint Base Andrews – South Lawn
- 12:00 PM Depart Washington, D.C. en route to Ronkonkoma, New York – Joint Base Andrews
- 1:05 PM Arrive in Ronkonkoma, New York – Long Island MacArthur Airport
- 1:40 PM Deliver remarks on MS-13 to Federal, State, and local law enforcement – Van Nostrand Theatre [Live Stream]
- 2:40 PM Depart Ronkonkoma, New York en route to Washington, D.C. – Long Island MacArthur Airport
- 4:10 PM Arrive at the White House – South Lawn
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