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Trump Schedule || Tuesday, April 25, 2017

10:00 am || Receives his daily intelligence briefing
11:20 am || Makes remarks at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s National Days of Remembrance; U.S. Capitol
1:45 pm || Meets with Treasury Secretary Mnuchin
2:15 pm || Has a meeting on tax reform
3:00 pm || Participates in a farmers roundtable and signing of the Executive Order Promoting Agriculture and Rural Prosperity in America; Roosevelt Room
5:30 pm || Meets with National Security Advisor H. R. McMaster
6:30 pm || Has dinner with Sen. Bob Corker; Residence

All times Eastern
Live stream of White House briefing with Sean Spicer at 2:00 pm

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11 Responses to Trump Schedule || Tuesday, April 25, 2017

  1. The question comes to mind:
    What did MrObama do all day long?
    He didn’t have a schedule anything like MrTrump’s daily meetings, or meet with others like this.

    • This is what I saw reported on internet sources I trust.

      MSNBC is reporting that Obama will “step in if the government crosses red lines.”

    • Looking at President Trump’s typical daily schedule and we can see why the political elites in both parties, as well as the corporate press, want to destroy his presidency: Trump gets the job done and, by comparison, thus emphasizes the sheer and utter incompetence, clumsiness and laziness of the Obama era. That gets highlighted with the publication of every Trump daily schedule. The political elites don’t like that.

    • From what I understand Obama operated largely independent and outside of the Democrat Party, consulting them only when he had no other choice.

  2. I’m glad Trump wants to cut the corporate income tax rate to 15 percent from 35 percent. Less regulation and more jobs. These large corporations need more money to hire more people. So what if the CEOs get paid millions of dollars. They deserve it! MAGA

  3. What I haven’t seen on the schedule is Obamacare Repeal.

    It looks like Trump has handed it off to Paul Ryan. There will never be a repeal and replace of Obamacare and this will continue to be a huge economic drain on those who have to participate in it. So, same old,
    same old. No matter the tinkering, Ryan is and will remain in charge. Also, the Freedom Caucus punted. It was only a matter of time.

    Here’s a good recap.
    http://www.lifezette.com/polizette/doctor-revised-gop-health-care-plan-still-embraces-aca-failures/

    I also don’t hold out much hope for the border wall funding.