President Joe Biden was originally scheduled to receive his daily briefing, meet with the national security team on the Afghanistan crisis, meet with Israel’s prime minister, and meet with governors who have agreed to accept Afghan refugees, but the schedule was amended after a pair of explosions cause U.S. military and civilian casualties.
President Biden’s Itinerary for 8/26/21:
All Times EDT
- 8:30 AM Receive daily briefing
- 9:15 AM Meet with national security team on Afghanistan debacle
- ~9:15 AM: President Biden in situation room after bombings in Afghanistan
11:30 AM (*Postponed) Meet with Prime Minister Naftali Bennett of Israel –
- <notably missing: Joint Press Conference with Isreali Prime Minister>
3:00 PM Meet (virtually) with governors who agree to accept Afghan refugeesCANCELED
- 5:00 PM Address the nation on the deadly attack in Afghanistan [Live Stream]
White House Briefing Schedule
12:005:45PM (*DELAYED) White House Press Briefing [Live Stream]
Keep an Eye on the President at Our President’s Schedule Page.
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
President Donald Trump will receive his daily intelligence briefing in the morning then he will meet with the National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster.
Later in the morning, the President will then meet with the Director of the Office of Management and Budget Mick Mulvaney, and the Office of Legislative Affairs.
President Trump’s schedule for Thursday, 8/24/17
10:30 AM Receive daily intelligence briefing – Oval Office
11:00 AM Meet with the National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster – Oval Office
11:45 AM Meet with the Director of the Office of Management and Budget Mick Mulvaney and the Office of Legislative Affairs – Oval Office
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