|Watch President Donald J. Trump’s weekly address to the Nation:
10:00 AM: President Trump meets with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly
10:30 AM: President Trump meets with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Secretary of Defense James Mattis
11:05 AM: Vice President Pence delivers remarks at the Focus on the Family 40th Anniversary Celebration
11:30 AM: President Trump signs the Department of Veterans Affairs Accountability and Whistleblower Protection Act of 2017 – Watch
1:05 PM: Vice President Pence has lunch with service members
1:30 PM: Press Briefing with Press Secretary Sean Spicer
2:25 PM: Vice President Pence participates in a walking tour of the National Space Defense Center
3:30 PM: Vice President Pence participates in a walking tour of Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station
PHOTO OF THE DAY
The 2017 Congressional Picnic | June 22, 2017 (Official White House Photo by Andrea Hanks)
OBAMACARE FACT OF THE DAY
FACT: Hardworking taxpayers lost nearly $2 billion when 18 of the 23 Obamacare CO-OPs collapsed.
WHITE HOUSE UPDATES
Yesterday, President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump hosted the Congressional Picnic on the South Lawn.
Yesterday, Vice President Pence discussed President Trump’s foreign policy goals in Central America and the world at the Wilson Center.
Yesterday, President Trump hosted the American Leadership in Emerging Technology Event with innovative industry leaders.
The application period for the Fall 2017 White House Internship Program closes today. Interested applicants can apply here.
WHAT WE ARE READING
“Donald Trump is engineering a sharp shift in US energy policy by using natural gas exports as an instrument of trade policy, championing sales to China and other parts of Asia in an effort to create jobs and reduce US trade deficits. In an attempt to unleash US energy resources, Mr. Trump is trying to promote more liquefied natural gas exports and not just use LNG as a geopolitical weapon aimed at nations such as Russia, as was the stance of his predecessor Barack Obama.” – Financial Times