President Obama daily guidance and press schedule, Sept. 16, 2013. Marking financial crisis, Latin music

SHARE President Obama daily guidance and press schedule, Sept. 16, 2013. Marking financial crisis, Latin music
SHARE President Obama daily guidance and press schedule, Sept. 16, 2013. Marking financial crisis, Latin music

UPDATED:

Later in the morning, the President will deliver remarks in the South Court Auditorium at the White House to mark the five-year anniversary of the financial crisis, discuss the progress we have made to grow the economy and create 7.5 million private sector jobs, and highlight the work we still need to do to strengthen the middle class and those fighting to get into it. He will continue to highlight his better bargain for the middle class, and warn against more self-inflicted wounds from Washington. He will be joined on-stage and in the audience by people who have benefited from his economic recovery proposals over the last five years including small business owners, construction workers, homeowners, consumers and tax cut recipients. The event is open press.

EDT

11:40AM THE PRESIDENT delivers remarks to mark the five-year anniversary of the financial crisis

South Court Auditorium

Open Press (Pre-Set 10:10AM; Final Gather 11:15AM – North Doors of the Palm Room)

WHITE HOUSE

Office of the Press Secretary

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

September 15, 2013

DAILY GUIDANCE AND PRESS SCHEDULE FOR

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2013

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 will deliver remarks in the Rose Garden to mark the five-year anniversary of the financial crisis, discuss the progress we have made to grow the economy and create 7.5 million private sector jobs, and highlight the work we still need to do to strengthen the middle class and those fighting to get into it. He will continue to highlight his better bargain for the middle class, and warn against more self-inflicted wounds from Washington. He will be joined on-stage and in the audience by people who have benefited from his economic recovery proposals over the last five years including small business owners, construction workers, homeowners, consumers and tax cut recipients. The event is open press.

In the evening, the President and the First Lady will welcome various music artists to the White House for a celebration of Latin music during Hispanic Heritage Month. Música Latina: In Performance at the White House will showcase Latin musical heritage, reflecting the influence of richly diverse Latino communities from throughout the Americas. The performance will be pooled press and held in the East Room.

In-Town Travel Pool

Wires: AP, Reuters, Bloomberg

Wire Photos: AP, Reuters, AFP

TV Corr & Crew: NBC

Print: The Root

Radio: AURN

EDT

9:30AM In-Town Pool Call Time

10:00AM THE PRESIDENT receives the Presidential Daily Briefing

Oval Office

Closed Press

10:45AM THE PRESIDENT meets with senior advisors

Oval Office

Closed Press

11:40AM THE PRESIDENT delivers remarks to mark the five-year anniversary of the financial crisis

Rose Garden

Open Press (Pre-Set 10:10AM; Final Gather 11:15AM – North Doors of the Palm Room)

7:25PM THE PRESIDENT delivers remarks at Música Latina: In Performance at the White House; THE FIRST LADY also attends

East Room

Pooled Press (Pre-Set 5:30PM; Final Gather 7:00PM – North Doors of the Palm Room)

Briefing Schedule

12:30PM Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jay Carney

UPDATED:

Schedule for the Week of September 16, 2013

On Monday, the President will deliver remarks in the Rose Garden to mark the five-year anniversary of the financial crisis, discuss the progress we have made, and highlight the work we still need to do to strengthen the middle class and those fighting to get into it. He will be joined on-stage and in the audience by people who have benefited from his economic recovery proposals over the last five years including small business owners, construction workers, homeowners, consumers and tax cut recipients. In the evening, the President and the First Lady have invited various music artists to the White House for a celebration of Latin music during Hispanic Heritage Month. Música Latina: In Performance at the White House will showcase Latin musical heritage, reflecting the influence of richly diverse Latino communities from throughout the Americas. The performance will be held in the East Room.

On Tuesday, the President will participate in an Ambassador Credentialing Ceremony in the Oval Office. At this event, the President will receive the credentials from foreign Ambassadors recently posted in Washington. The presentation of credentials is a traditional ceremony that marks the formal beginning of an Ambassador’s service in Washington. The President will also conduct an interview with Jose Diaz-Balart of Telemundo to discuss his plan for a Better Bargain for the Middle Class and the need for immigration reform. The interview is embargoed until 6:30PM that evening.

On Wednesday, the President will address business leaders at the quarterly meeting of the Business Roundtable at 10:45AM. The event will take place in Washington, DC at the Business Roundtable office.

On Thursday, the President will deliver brief remarks at a meeting with his Export Council to discuss the importance of helping American companies sell their goods and services around the world at 11AM. The meeting will take place in the EEOB at the White House.

On Friday, the President will travel to the Ford Kansas City Assembly Plant where he will continue to highlight the progress we have made since the beginning of the financial crisis five years ago and the work that lies ahead to continue strengthening our economy and deliver a Better Bargain for the Middle Class. More details will be released when they become available.

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