Mitt Romney will take Wednesday off, one day after he picked up 88 delegates in the Texas primary -- enough to cinch the Republican presidential nomination.
Meanwhile, President Obama will hold meetings at the White House and later a reception in honor of National Jewish Heritage month and the first lady will continue to promote her new book, “American Grown,” with an appearance on “Live! with Kelly.”
Wednesday, May 30 (All times ET)
10:30 a.m. President Obama attends an annual hurricane preparedness briefing
11:40 a.m. Obama signs the reauthorization of the Export-Import Bank
5 p.m. Obama hosts a Jewish American Heritage Month reception
No public events scheduled for Vice President Biden
No public events scheduled
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Nia-Malika Henderson and Philip Rucker: Romney and his allies opened a multi-pronged attack Tuesday on Obama’s stewardship of taxpayer dollars, as Romney won the Texas primary and clinched the Republican presidential nomination.
Robert Barnes: After much prayer and two failed attempts to get the Louisiana legislature to change a law that prevents a monastery in Louisiana from selling caskets, the monks went to federal court.
On the Fix: If Romney cresting the delegate threshold Tuesday in Texas amounted to the formal end of one chapter of the presidential race, the next 89 days — between today and Aug. 27, when the Republican National Convention opens in Tampa, Florida — represent the next chapter.
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