Obama guidance, press schedule, May 2, 3, 2015. Camp David

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Below, from the White House….


Office of the Press Secretary


May 1, 2015



On Saturday, the President will travel to Camp David.The departure from the South Lawn is open press.

On Sunday, the President will return to the White House.The arrival of Marine One at Joint Base Andrews will be covered by the in-town travel pool, and there are no other public events scheduled.

Saturday’sIn-Town Travel Pool

Wires: AP, Reuters, Bloomberg

Wire Photos: AP, Reuters, AFP

TV Corr & Crew: CNN

Print: Tribune

Radio: AP

Sunday’sIn-Town Travel Pool

Wires: AP, Reuters, Bloomberg

Wire Photos: AP, Reuters, AFP

TV Corr & Crew: FOX

Print: USA Today

Radio: AURN

Saturday, May 2, 2015


11:00AM In-Town Pool Call Time

11:45AM THE PRESIDENT departs the White House en route Camp David

South Lawn

Open Press (Final Gather11:25AM– North Doors of the Palm Room)

Sunday, May 3, 2015


11:30AM In-Town Pool Call Time

1:10PMTHE PRESIDENT arrives Joint Base Andrews

Joint Base Andrews

In-Town Travel Pool Coverage

Schedule for the Week ofMay 4, 2015

On Monday, the President will travel to New York City to deliver remarks at an event at Lehman College launching the My Brother’s Keeper Alliance, a new non-profit organization, tape an appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman, and attend DNC events.

On Tuesday, the President will host a Cinco de Mayo reception at the White House.

On Wednesday, the President will attend meetings at the White House.

On Thursday, the President will welcome the United States Air Force Academy football team to the White House to present them with the 2014 Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy. In the afternoon, the President will travel to the Portland, Oregon area to attend a DNC event. The President will remain overnight in Oregon.

On Friday, the President will attend an event held at Nike headquarters to discuss how workers will benefit from progressive, high-standards trade agreements that would open up new markets and support high-quality jobs both for Oregon small businesses and large companies like Nike. The President will also make the case that strong bipartisan trade promotion legislation – introduced this month by Senators Ron Wyden and Orrin Hatch – is an important step to ensure our trade policy works for the middle class through strong enforcement provisions, transparency, and the requirement that our trade agreements include high-standards to bring greater opportunity to American businesses, level the playing field for American workers, protect the environment, and raise human rights and labor standards around the world.

Afterward, the President will travel to Watertown, South Dakota to deliver the commencement address for the graduating class at Lake Area Technical Institute. Lake Area Technical Institute is one of the top community colleges in the nation, and is recognized for rigorously preparing its students with the skills they need to compete in the 21st Century economy. With a two-year graduation rate more than twice the national average, Lake Area Technical Institute focuses on providing its graduates smooth pathways to high skilled careers with private-sector businesses.

Further details about the President’s travel to Oregon and South Dakota will be available in the coming days.


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