From the White House:
On Monday, the President will hold a bilateral meeting with NATO Secretary-General Stoltenberg at the White House. The President will reiterate that the United States stands together with NATO in the wake of the horrific terrorist attacks that struck Brussels, Belgium, the site of NATO Headquarters, on March 22nd. The President looks forward to discussing ISIS and the role NATO is playing in alleviating the refugee and migrant crisis spurred in part by the terrorist group.
In the afternoon, the President will host a reception for Greek Independence Day in the East Room; the Vice President will also attend.
On Tuesday, the President and the Vice President will hold a meeting with Combatant Commanders and Military Leadership. Following this meeting, the President will host a dinner in their honor with the Vice President and the First Lady at the White House.
On Wednesday, the President will attend meetings at the White House.
On Thursday, the President will return to the University of Chicago Law School – where he taught constitutional law for over a decade — to meet with law students and faculty, for a conversation about the Supreme Court and our country’s judicial system. As part of this discussion, the President will continue to make the case for why Judge Garland deserves an up-or-down vote.
Later in the day, the President will travel to the Los Angeles, CA area for a fundraiser for House Democrats. He will remain there overnight.
On Friday, the President will attend a fundraiser for Senate Democrats and later, travel to the San Francisco, CA area for DNC and House Democratic fundraisers. The President will remain overnight in San Francisco.
On Saturday, the President will return to Washington, D.C.