Here’s a look at the president’s schedule and a look ahead at his week, from the White House press office:
“1:10 p.m.: Delivers the commencement address at Barnard [College].
3 p.m.: Tapes an appearance on “The View,” to be aired Tuesday
5:05 p.m.: Delivers remarks at a campaign event
6:50 p.m.: Delivers remarks at a campaign event
Later this week:
On Tuesday, the President will deliver remarks at the National Peace Officers Memorial Service, an annual ceremony honoring law enforcement who were killed in the line of duty in the previous year.
Also on Tuesday, the President will welcome Major League Soccer champions, the LA Galaxy, to the White House ... In the evening, the President and the First Lady will host a dinner for the Combatant Commanders and spouses at the White House. The Vice President will also attend... On Wednesday, the President will deliver remarks in the Washington, DC area, where he will continue to call on Congress to act on a “To Do List”
Also on Wednesday, the President will award Specialist Leslie H. Sabo, Jr., U.S. Army, the Medal of Honor for conspicuous gallantry. The First Lady will also attend... On Thursday, the President will attend meetings at the White House... On Friday, the President will deliver the opening keynote to the Symposium on Global Agriculture and Food Security at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, DC. Later on Friday, the President will travel to Camp David for the G-8 Summit, which will address a broad range of economic, political and security issues.
On Saturday, the President will remain at Camp David for the G-8 Summit. Later on Saturday, the President will travel to Chicago, Illinois, where he will welcome NATO allies and partners to his hometown for the NATO Summit on May 20-21.”
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