As of now, I am in control here, in the White House

Trump Schedule || Monday, March 6, 2017

10:30 am || Receives his daily intelligence briefing
12:30 pm || Lunch with Vice President Pence
1:35 pm || Meets with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson
3:00 pm || Meets with the Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission Aijit Pai
4:00 pm || Leads a National Economic Council meeting
5:00 pm || Meets with Secretary of Veterans Affairs David Shulkin
6:30 pm || Has dinner with the OMB Director Mick Mulvaney and HHS Secretary Tom Price

All times Eastern

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21 Responses to Trump Schedule || Monday, March 6, 2017

  1. “The time has come,” the Walrus said,
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  2. I would prefer that the family be in residence at the WH. Since that is not happening, it is really good to see that President Trump frequently makes use of his dinner time to meet with cabinet members or others integral to the operation and success of the country.

    • That’s his job though! It’s like saying, I’m glad he woke up this morning and decided to go to work. It’s expected.

      I’m worried about this Russia scandal. I love my country and I’m concerned that Trump committed treason :-( He seems like he wants to do the right thing but why won’t he release his taxes?

      • You couldn’t count on one hand the business dinners that Obama had.

        And if it’s treason you are looking for you are definitely looking at the wrong man. Check the Kalorama Caliphate gang.

        • But why won’t he just release his taxes. If there is nothing to hide, he would have released it already. It’s making him look bad.

          • It’s only making him look bad to those who already dislike him. I personally don’t care, especially because the general public wouldn’t understand the complexity involved once they’re released, and you know for darn sure the MSM would spin it all as negatively as possible, distorting the truth at all costs.

            Also don’t care about the family being in residence at the WH…so much more to be concerned about – as he stated, “We inherited A MESS.”

          • I support Trump. All I’m saying is that it would be better for everyone for him to release his taxes to show that he doesn’t have any Russian connections or owes them gobs of money. It just doesn’t look good if he keeps insisting that he won’t release his taxes after saying he would on the campaign. It really really makes him look bad, as if he’s hiding something

      • “It’s like saying, I’m glad he woke up this morning and decided to go to work.”

        Apparently you slept through the last eight years.

    • I understand how you feel about the First Family – tradition and all that.
      IMO, it’s a new way. When we elected MrTrump we said “enough” with the same old poor government, and ancient traditions.
      There’s no reason for the whole family to live in the WhiteHouse today. MrsTrump obviously has no agenda to sell, isn’t planning on trips to Hollywood to tape late night TV shows, nor is she about to give her view on anything. Good.
      Congressmen and Senator’s families don’t usually live in DC, so why should the President’s family?
      We might be paying for MrTrump’s trips to Florida, but we won’t be paying for anyone’s vacation in Vail, or Spain, or Palm Beach, or all of the other trips the Obama family made in secret.
      We paid to fly the daughters to South America, Africa, Europe – all for no particular reason.

      The old days are gone. MrTrump is not the same-old WhiteHouse resident. We can say he’s neither Repub or Dem at this point – he’s his own man. He’s going the way we like (so far) and all he lacks is support from Congress to finish the job he promised.

      • I like the Trumps arrangement. Given the pace he’s going, she wouldn’t see him anyhow and, in a way, it’s an example for women. She doesn’t need to be with her husband all day every day. Her independence is a good example of maturity on both sides. The Womens March-ers should be taking notes instead of whining about unfair treatment.

        And none of it is any of our business. She is not an elected official of the US government.

      • I understand, and probably agree with what you and Nina are saying. Perhaps what I don’t like it so much is the odd ill defined role that Ivanka is playing. Makes Melania’s absence more marked. Anyway, it’s not a big deal to me.

        Elsewhere someone made this comment:

        “I’m guessing Mar a Lago is more secure than the WH at this point.”

        And sadly that might be more true than not.

    • It would drive everyone crazy if he and Putin had a one on one meeting at Camp David.

      OMG can you see Macho Man Vlad unplugged in the “wilds” at Camp David.