President Joe Biden will receive his daily briefing late Monday morning and get his booster shot – and that’s pretty much it. Surging natural gas prices, unhinged inflation, 20,000 more Haitian invaders heading to the border, a violent crime wave, tons of Americans left in Afghanistan, and a looming debt default. With all that, our fearless leader’s schedule includes one 20 minute briefing at the crack of 10 a.m and a shot. #eyeroll
President Biden’s Itinerary for 9/27/21:
All Times EDT
- 10:00 AM Receive daily briefing
- 1:00 PM Receive booster shot
White House Briefing Schedule
1:001:30 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
President Donald Trump will receive his daily briefing provided by the intelligence community in the morning.
With the economy doing well, illegal immigration cooling and crime under control, the president is focusing on enhancing opportunities for blue-collar workers.
In the afternoon, the President will have lunch with Vice President Mike Pence and then make an announcement on the Trump Administration’s commitment to equipping the American workforce for jobs of the future. [Live Stream]
The President will have dinner with grassroots leaders in the evening to discuss his economic agenda.
President Trump’s Schedule for Monday, 9/25/17
- 10:00 AM Receive his daily intelligence briefing – Oval Office
- 12:30 PM Lunch with Vice President Mike Pence – Private Dining Room
- 3:00 PM Make an announcement on the Trump Administrations commitment to equipping the American workforce for jobs of the future – Oval Office [Live Stream]
- 6:30 PM Dinner with grassroots leaders – Blue Room
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