Friday, October 15

Today, President Joe Biden is traveling to Hartford, Connecticut, where he will visit a local childcare center. He will take the time to meet with childcare professionals and…

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Thursday, October 14

Today, President Joe Biden will welcome Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta to the White House. The meeting comes following the inaugural phone call between the two leaders in February.…

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Wednesday, October 13

President Joe Biden will receive his national security briefing at the White House this morning then he will meet with officials to discuss global supply chain issues in…

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Tuesday, October 12

President Joe Biden is participating in a virtual meeting today with G20 leaders regarding the political and economic situation in Afghanistan. The heads of state will discuss the…

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Monday, October 11

President Joe Biden issued a proclamation for Columbus Day, stating, “More than 500 years ago, after securing the support of Queen Isabella I and King Ferdinand II, Christopher…

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Sunday, October 10

The U.S. has declassified information on its nuclear weapons stockpile. This week the State Department issued a statement disclosing that there are currently 3,750 warheads with 2,000 retired…

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Saturday, October 9

President Joe Biden is at his home in Wilmington, Delaware, today. He has no public events on his agenda at this time. On Friday, the Organization for Economic…

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Friday, October 8

Today, President Joe Biden will sign the Havana Act and the K-12 Cybersecurity Act into law. The president will also respond to the September jobs report and speak…

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Thursday, October 7

President Joe Biden is traveling to Chicago, Illinois, today. He rescheduled the visit, which was supposed to have occurred last week, to be available to leaders in Congress…

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Wednesday, October 6

President Joe Biden will hold a meeting today regarding the debt limit and the consequences of the United States potentially defaulting on its financial obligations. The president will…

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