President Obama's Schedule (6/22/10)
In the morning, President Obama and the Vice President Biden will receive the Presidential Daily Briefing in the Oval Office.
Later in the morning, the president will attend a meeting with health insurers and state insurance commissioners in the Roosevelt Room. Following the meeting, he will deliver remarks in the East Room regarding the ongoing effort to implement the new health care law.
Later, the president and the vice president will have lunch in the Private Dining Room.
In the afternoon, Mr. Obama will meet with senior advisers in the Oval Office. He will then meet with Secretary of Defense Robert Gates in the Oval Office. Later in the afternoon, he will hold a Cabinet Meeting in the Cabinet Room.
In the evening, he will deliver remarks at an LGBT Pride Month event in the East Room. The vice president will also attend.
Here's the Full Schedule from the White House (all times Eastern):
9:30AM: President Obama and Vice President Biden receives the Presidential Daily Briefing
11:15AM: President Obama attends a meeting with health insurers and state insurance commissioners
11:45AM: President Obama delivers remarks regarding the ongoing effort to implement the new law and the new benefits it affords to families across the country
12:20PM: President Obama and Vice President Biden have lunch
1:35PM: President Obama meets with senior advisers
3:15PM: President Obama meets with Secretary of Defense Gates
4:00PM: President Obama holds a Cabinet Meeting
6:00PM: President Obama and Vice President Biden attend remarks at an LGBT Pride Month event; President Obama delivers remarks
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