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President Obama Speaks In Dallas – 1:40pm

White House Schedule – July 12, 2016

10:20am – The President departs White House with the first lady

12:15pm CT – The President arrives Dallas, Texas

12:40pm CT – The President attends interfaith memorial service for the fallen Dallas police officers; Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, Dallas

2:20pm CT – The President visits privately with the injured police officers and the families of the fallen police officers; Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

4:35pm CT – The President departs Dallas

8:10pm ET – The President arrives White House

 

NOTE: Vice President Biden, Dr. Jill Biden, George W. Bush, and Nancy Pelosi will attend the service. The Bidens will meet with injured officers and families of the deceased

Days President Obama has left in office

198

President Obama's last day in office is January 20, 2017

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White House Press offers access to information and releases from the West Wing. Different sections contain a variety of documents including: press briefings, fact sheets, executive orders, presidential memoranda, phone calls, background briefings and presidential policy directives. Greater access to these types of documents and providing a better understanding of the West Wing are the core pillars of White House Press.

At White House Press, users can view the President’s daily schedule and catch up on recent briefings by the Press Secretary or the President himself. The daily press briefing is streamed live when scheduled.

It is difficult to digest all the information released by the White House every day, – even harder to pick through the information to find what you are looking for. White House Press curates documents released by the West Wing ranging from the daily Press Briefings to phone calls between the President and other heads of state.

If you are looking for releases about a specific person or on a unique issue, White House Press is the only site where you can fully search these documents and stay up-to-date with what’s going on at the White House.

You can search for anything using the search bar. If you are looking for recent releases, scroll down to the Additional Releases section and you can find recent Executive Orders, Presidential Memoranda, phone/videoconference calls and other releases that include fact sheets, readouts of meetings with heads of state, releases from the First Lady’s office and much more.

This site is in beta, email philip@whitehousepress.com with comments and suggestions.

White House Press is run out of Brooklyn, NY.

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White House Press offers access to information and releases from the West Wing. Different sections contain a variety of documents including: press briefings, fact sheets, executive orders, presidential memoranda, phone calls, background briefings and presidential policy directives. Greater access to these types of documents and providing a better understanding of the West Wing are the core pillars of White House Press.

At White House Press, users can view the President’s daily schedule and catch up on recent briefings by the Press Secretary or the President himself. The daily press briefing is streamed live when scheduled.

Why White House Press?

It is difficult to digest all the information released by the White House every day, – even harder to pick through the information to find what you are looking for. White House Press curates documents released by the West Wing ranging from the daily Press Briefings to phone calls between the President and other heads of state.

If you are looking for releases about a specific person or on a unique issue, White House Press is the only site where you can fully search these documents and stay up-to-date with what’s going on at the White House.

How To Use White House Press

You can search for anything using the search bar. If you are looking for recent releases, scroll down to the Additional Releases section and you can find recent Executive Orders, Presidential Memoranda, phone/videoconference calls and other releases that include fact sheets, readouts of meetings with heads of state, releases from the First Lady’s office and much more.

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This site is in beta, email philip@whitehousepress.com with comments and suggestions.

White House Press is run out of Brooklyn, NY.