Obama guidance, press schedule Sept 8, 2015. Duke Blue Devils, Lew,

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THE WHITE HOUSE

Office of the Press Secretary

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

September 7, 2015

DAILY GUIDANCE AND PRESS SCHEDULE FOR

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2015

In the morning, the President and the Vice President will receive the Presidential Daily Briefing in the Oval Office. This meeting is closed press.

Later in the morning, the President will welcome the NCAA Champion Duke Blue Devils Men’s Basketball team to honor the team and their 2015 NCAA Championship victory. This visit will also continue the tradition begun by President Obama of honoring sports teams for their efforts to give back to their communities. This event in the East Room is open press.

In the afternoon, the President will meet with Secretary of the Treasury Lew; the Vice President will also attend. This meeting in the Oval Office is closed press.

In-Town Travel Pool

Wires: AP, Reuters, Bloomberg

Wire Photos: AP, Reuters, AFP

TV Corr & Crew: CBS

Print: Huffington Post

Radio: VOA

EDT

9:30AM In-Town Travel Pool Call Time

10:00AM THE PRESIDENT and THE VICE PRESIDENT receive the Presidential Daily Briefing

Oval Office

Closed Press

11:55AM THE PRESIDENT welcomes the NCAA Champion Duke Blue Devils Men’s Basketball team

East Room

Open Press (Pre-Set 10:35AM; Final Gather 11:30AM – North Doors of the Palm Room)

4:00PM THE PRESIDENT meets with Secretary of the Treasury Lew; THE VICE PRESIDENT also attends

Oval Office

Closed Press

Briefing Schedule

12:30PM Press Briefing by Press Secretary Josh Earnest

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