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Trump Schedule || Tuesday, May 2, 2017

10:30 am || Receives his daily intelligence briefing
11:00 am || Participates in the departure ceremony for Lt. Col. Wesley Spurlock, USAF
11:30 am || Participates in the U.S. Air Force Academy Commander-in-Chief trophy presentation; Rose Garden
12:30 pm || Speaks with President Vladimir Putin of Russia by telephone
5:30 pm || Meets with National Security Advisor H. R. McMaster

All times Eastern
Live stream of White House briefing with Sean Spicer at 1:30 pm

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8 Responses to Trump Schedule || Tuesday, May 2, 2017

  1. The behavior of the Republicans and the Democrats in the Congress re this proposed budget is top of the list of why we citizens loath these career politicians. I wouldn’t hire any one of them to walk my dog or take out the garbage. They are at the bottom of civilized society.

    • Here is a short good excerpt from Rush Limbaugh on how this spending bill, especially as it pertains to the wall, is not defensible. There is also a transcript of Spicer trying to defend it.

      Trump has access to the best legal minds in the country. He needs them to help him find a way to fight the Republican opposition, they are the majority. The enemy is in Congress. 7-8 years they would not stand up to the Democrats but they are doing a fine job sticking it in Trump’s eye.

      https://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2017/05/01/nothing-in-this-budget-deal-is-defensible-but-sean-spicer-gave-it-a-shot/

    • President Trump should seize the opportunity to notify the Republican Opposition and others that there is a new sheriff in town and their cooperation would be helpful.

      He can communicate this message by vetoing this obscene spending bill. Clean the slate, take the incoming from all sides and move on with he was voted into office to do.

  2. FYI I have published this number before and offer it again as a good means of getting your comments to the WH.

    WH has set up a comment contact line. You speak to a live person. Your comments are recorded. They are then sent to the President, or whoever reviews them.

    Other than Twitter which I suspect is closely tracked by WH staff or FB, this may be more effective than an email . Anyway, I use it in a small attempt to amplify my thoughts.

    202 456 1111 9-4 M-F EST