President Obama official schedule and guidance, July 5, 2011. Crocker, Panetta

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THE WHITE HOUSE

Office of the Press Secretary

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

July 4, 2011

DAILY GUIDANCE AND PRESS SCHEDULE FOR

TUESDAY, JULY 5, 2011

In the morning, the President will receive the Presidential Daily Briefing and meet with senior advisors in the Oval Office. These meetings are closed press.

Later in the morning, the President and the Vice President will meet with Ambassador Crocker and Lieutenant General Allen. This meeting is closed press.

In the afternoon, the President and the Vice President will meet with Secretary of Defense Panetta in the Oval Office. This meeting is closed press.

In-Town Travel Pool

Wires: AP, Reuters, Bloomberg

Wire Photos: AP, Reuters, AFP

TV Corr & Crew: ABC

Print: Talking Points Memo

Radio: NPR

EDT

9:30AM Pool Call Time

9:45AM THE PRESIDENT receives the Presidential Daily Briefing

Oval Office

Closed Press

10:15AM THE PRESIDENT meets with senior advisors

Oval Office

Closed Press

11:30AM THE PRESIDENT and THE VICE PRESIDENT meet with Ambassador Crocker and Lieutenant General Allen

Oval Office

Closed Press

4:30PM THE PRESIDENT and THE VICE PRESIDENT meet with Secretary of Defense Panetta

Oval Office

Closed Press

Briefing Schedule

12:30PM Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jay Carney

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