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Trump Schedule || Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Look! A president who works for a living.

9:00 am || Hosts breakfast and listening session with key automobile industry leaders; Roosevelt Room
10:00 am || Meets with Chief of Staff Reince Priebus
11:00 am || Signs an executive order
1:00 pm || Speaks with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi
1:30 pm || Meets with CIA Director Mike Pompeo
3:00 pm || Meets with key Senate leaders
3:45 pm || Meets with Senate Majority Leader McConnell

19 thoughts on “Trump Schedule || Tuesday, January 24, 2017”

    1. I hope McConnel has allowed plenty of time for the 3:45 meeting. Trump’s family is back in NY and he has the rest of the night to meet with him.

  1. Trump’s schedule quickly reveals the reason for the insane behavior of the lefties, the fascist Democrats, the Globalists, the Soros puppets, the whack-a-doodle “interest groups”, the destroyers of our culture, the media elites, the big shots in the Republican party, the Hollywood moonbats, the academics in Ivy League schools, the loud mouth and empty headed Elizabeth Warren type hypocrites, etc.– all of whom fear and hate Trump. They saw what was coming with a Trump presidency even before we did. They understood their days were numbered with Trump. And now Trump is quickly taking down their sand castle, day by day, particle by particle. He’s destroying the 1984ish America they have worked so hard to build for the past 50 years. Little wonder they are terrified and desperate. They are still very dangerous as they cling on to their role as the Enemy Within.

    1. You didn’t miss anything, except late starts to the day, lunch with Biden and an early finish. Except, of coarse, when he was playing golf.

    2. Yes, thank you Keith, for continuing to post the President’s schedule. so nice to see a full agenda each day. This is the kind of pace our presidents used to keep. When I first linked to White House Dossier, I wrote a little article comparing Obama’s schedule to President Ford’s. We already know that President Trump sleeps less than 4 hours a night, and we see much of his daily agenda over and above the published calendar by watching his Twitter posts.

      1. Can our new President lose about twenty pounds? He’s adorable but he’s disappearing into fat.

        Isn’t it wonderful to hear that Our Donald is working hard for us? For a change?

  2. Obama was never interested in work while he occupied the office. He was only interested in being a celebrity and the perks that came with it.

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