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UPDATED: President Joe Biden’s Schedule for Wednesday, March 1, 2023

Schedule Summary:

President Joe Biden will announce his nominee for labor secretary, receive the daily briefing, deliver a speech at Homeland and another at a Democratic Party function in Baltimore. That’s three speeches in one day – a brand new Biden administration accomplishment!

Please check back with CDN often as the White House frequently updates the president’s schedule and live streams come online later in the day.

President Joe Biden’s Itinerary for 3/1/23

Live stream links will activate as streams become available


  • 9:30 AM Announce nomination of Julie Su as Secretary of Labor [Live Stream]
  • 10:15 AM Receive daily briefing
  • 11:25 AM Depart White House en route to Homeland Security
  • 12:00 PM Deliver a speech at DHS 20th Anniversary Reception [Live Stream]
  • 1:05 PM Return to the White House
  • 5:05 PM Depart the White House en route to Baltimore, MD
  • 5:25 PM Arrive in Baltimore
  • 6:00 PM Deliver a speech at House Democratic Caucus Issues Conference [Live Stream]
  • 7:55 PM Depart Baltimore en route to the White House
  • 8:15 PM Arrive at the White House

( * ) – added after original schedule was published

White House Briefing Schedule

Keep an Eye on the President at Our President’s Schedule Page.

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