President Joe Biden will receive his daily briefing Wednesday morning and then his schedule turns into a propaganda-fest on friendly soil. He will travel to Ohio where he will push his massive spending bill while visiting a labor union training facility and then participate in a CNN town hall.
President Biden’s Itinerary for 7/21/21:
All Times EDT
- 10:30 AM Receive daily briefing
- 2:25 PM Depart the White House en route to Cincinnati, OH
- 5:40 PM Deliver a speech pushing the Democrats’ massive spending bill [Live Stream] – IBEW/NECA Training Center in Cincinnati, OH
- 8:00 PM Participate in a CNN town hall
- 10:00 PM Depart Cincinnati en route to the White House
- 11:35 PM Arrive at the White House
White House Briefing Schedule
- None – Gaggle on Air Force One
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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 Trump will receive a National Security Council briefing in the White House Situation Room.
Then, the president will then meet with U.S. Ambassador to the Peoples Republic of China Terry Branstad.
In the afternoon, the President will have lunch with members of Congress before he leads a Made in America roundtable.
President Trump’s schedule for Wednesday 7/19/17
- 10:00 AM Receive National Security Council briefing – White House Situation Room
- 11:30 AM Meets with U.S. Ambassador to the Peoples Republic of China Terry Branstad – Oval Office
- 12:30 PM Lunch with members of Congress – State Dining Room
- 2:00 PM Drop by the first meeting of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity [Live Stream]
- 3:00 PM Lead Made in America roundtable – State Dining Room
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