Obama schedule, guidance, July 1, 2014: Cabinet meeting

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WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama on Tuesday meets with his cabinet and then travels to nearby Georgetown for an event to talk about the economy. 

Below, from the White House….


Office of the Press Secretary


June 30, 2014



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

Later in the morning, the President will hold a Cabinet Meeting in the Cabinet Room. There will be a pool spray at the top of the meeting.

In the afternoon, the President will deliver remarks on the economy at the Georgetown Waterfront Park in Washington, DC. The President’s remarks are open to pre-credentialed media.

In-Town Travel Pool

Wires: AP, Reuters, Bloomberg

Wire Photos: AP, Reuters, AFP

TV Corr & Crew: CNN

Print: New York Times

Radio: FOX


9:30AM Pool Call Time

10:00AM  THE PRESIDENT receives the Presidential Daily Briefing

Oval Office

Closed Press

10:55AM  THE PRESIDENT holds a Cabinet Meeting

Cabinet Room

Pool Spray at the Top (Final Gather 10:35AM – Brady Press Briefing Room) 

2:20PM THE PRESIDENT delivers remarks on the Economy

Georgetown Waterfront Park, Washington, DC

Open to Pre-Credentialed Media (In-Town Travel Pool Gather Time 1:40PM—North Doors of the Palm Room)

Briefing Schedule

1:00PM  Press Briefing by Press Secretary Josh Earnest

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