Trump News May 26, 2017

Watch President Donald J. Trump’s Weekly Address:

TODAY’S EVENTS

10:20 AM LOCAL / 4:20 AM EDT: President Trump has a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Shinzō Abe of Japan

11:45 AM LOCAL / 5:45 AM EDT: President Trump participates in the welcome ceremony for G7 leaders

12:50 PM LOCAL / 6:50 AM EDT: President Trump participates in the reception for G7 leaders

1:10 PM LOCAL / 7:10 AM EDT: President Trump participates in the G7 luncheon and working sessions

10:00 AM EDT: Vice President Pence delivers the commencement address at the United States Naval Academy – Watch

7:00 PM LOCAL / 1:00 PM EDT: President and First Lady Trump attend the La Scala Philharmonic Orchestra concert

8:10 PM LOCAL / 2:10 PM EDT: President and First Lady Trump participate in a dinner hosted by President Sergio Mattarella of Italy

POTUS ABROAD

President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Shinzō Abe of Japan share a laugh with members of the U.S. delegation, as they meet for their bilateral meeting, Friday, May 26, 2017, at the Hotel Villa Diodoro in Taormina, Italy. (Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead)

President Trump hosted French President Emmanuel Macron for a working lunch yesterday at the official residence of the United States Ambassador to Belgium.

President Trump delivered remarks at the NATO Unveiling of the Article 5 and Berlin Wall Memorials.

President Trump met with European Council President Donald Tusk and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker where the leaders reaffirmed the strong bond between the United States and Europe, anchored in shared values and longstanding friendship.

President Trump also visited the Royal Palace in Brussels to meet with King Philippe and Queen Mathilde and with Prime Minister Charles Michel of Belgium.

WHITE HOUSE UPDATES

Yesterday, President Trump sent nominations for several different positions to the Senate for confirmation.

WHAT WE ARE READING

“President Trump’s triumphant visit to the Middle East is likely to be remembered as the occasion that changed not just United States foreign policy but potentially the balance of power in the region.”Washington Examiner

“President Trump made illegal immigration a priority of his agenda, and since he signed executive orders involving immigration enforcement, ICE has arrested more than 41,000 people — a 40 percent increase over the same time last year.”Washington Examiner

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