President Joe Biden will receive two briefings, sign two bills, and deliver two speeches.
President Joe Biden’s Itenerary for 10/8/21
- 9:30 AM Receive daily briefing
- 10:00 AM Sign the Havana Act and K-12 Cybersecurity Bills
- 11:30 AM Deliver speech attempting to spin the awful September jobs report [Live Stream]
- 1:45 PM Deliver speech on reducing land for public use and energy development/production [Live Stream]
- 2:30 PM Receive economic briefing
- 6:15 PM Depart the White House en route to Wilmingont, DE
- 7:10 PM Arrive in Delaware
White House Briefing Schedule
2:30 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 has a schedule unusually packed into the middle of the day meaning that either he is holding meetings late meetings that he doesn’t want to be publicized or we are in for a surprise announcement or event in the late afternoon or evening. An announcement on the Iran nuke deal is expected any day and tomorrow could be that day.
The president will first receive his daily briefing as prepared by the intelligence community.
In the afternoon, the President will participate in a Hispanic Heritage Month event then sign the National Manufacturing Day Proclamation and meet with Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin.
Later, the President will meet with the U.S. Ambassador to Russia Jon Huntsman.
President Trump’s schedule for 10/6/17
- 10:00 AM Receive daily intelligence briefing – Oval Office
- 12:30 PM Host a Hispanic Heritage Month event – State Floor
- 2:00 PM Sign the National Manufacturing Day Proclamation – Oval Office
- 2:30 PM Meet with Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin – Oval Office
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