By Jueseppi B.
White House Schedule – March 7th, 2014
Friday, March 7, 2014
THE WHITE HOUSE
Office of the Press Secretary
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 7th, 2014
DAILY GUIDANCE AND SCHEDULE FOR
MONDAY, MARCH 7th, 2014
In the morning, the President will receive the Presidential Daily Briefing in the Oval Office. This meeting is closed press.
In the afternoon, the President and the First Lady will travel to Miami, Florida to visit Coral Reef High School. The President and the First Lady’s departure from the South Lawn and arrival at Homestead Air Reserve Base are open press.
While at Coral Reef High School, the President and the First Lady will visit a classroom and the President will deliver remarks. The President will discuss how a quality education has never been more important to economic success in this country. If they work hard, students should have the opportunity to get a quality education that will prepare them to compete and win in a 21st century global economy. There will be travel pool coverage of the President and First Lady’s classroom visit, while the President’s remarks are open to pre-credentialed media.
In the evening, the President and the First Lady will remain in Key Largo, Florida for the weekend.
Friday, March 7 2014 All Times ET
10:00 AM: THE PRESIDENT receives the Presidential Daily Briefing, The Oval Office.
11:05 AM: THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY depart the White House en route Joint Base Andrews, South Lawn.
11:20 AM: THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY depart Joint Base Andrews
Principal Deputy Press Secretary Josh Earnest will gaggle aboard Air Force One
1:40 PM: THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY arrive Homestead, Florida, Homestead Air Reserve Base.
2:25 PM: THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY visit a Coral Reef High School classroom, Coral Reef High School, Miami, Florida
2:40 PM: THE PRESIDENT delivers remarks, Coral Reef High School, Miami, Florida.
The President and the First Lady will remain in Key Largo, Florida for the weekend.
West Wing Week 3/7/14 or “Look Who’s In Our Room”
This week, The White House hosted its first ever White House Student Film Festival, while the Presidentaddressed the ongoing crisis in the Ukraine, presented his budget for Fiscal Year 2015, urged Congress to raise the minimum wage, and held a town hall on Latinos and the Affordable Care Act.
Friday, February 28th
· The President hosted students from across the country for the first ever White House Student Film Festival.
· Later that day, the President spoke on the ongoing developments in Ukraine.
Monday, March 3rd
Tuesday, March 4th
· The President announced his Fiscal Year 2015 Budget.
· Later, the President visited Powell Elementary School to discuss his roadmap for restoring opportunity for all Americans.
· Following that, the First Lady honored the recipients of the International Women of Courage Award.
· After that, the First Lady reached out to students at Ying Yu Public Charter School, where she spoke about her upcoming trip to visit schools in China.
Wednesday, March 5th
· The President joined the Secretary of Labor and four Northeastern governors in Connecticut to speak on the urgent need to raise the minimum wage.
Thursday, March 6th
Be Aware Of Wolves Disguised As Sheep: Kesha Rodgers Is NOT A Democrat. She Is A Lyndon LaRouche Movement Plant.
Barack & Michelle After Dark™: West Wing Week. The White House Blog. President Obama And The First Lady Host “In Performance At The White House: Women of Soul.”
First Lady Michelle Obama & Epicurious, Host 3rd Recipe Challenge Promoting Healthy Eating Nationwide.
Statements and Releases – March 06, 2014
Readout of President Obama’s call with President Putin of Russia
President Obama spoke for an hour this afternoon with President Putin of Russia. President Obama emphasized that Russia’s actions are in violation of Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, which has led us to take several steps in response, in coordination with our European partners. President Obama indicated that there is a way to resolve the situation diplomatically, which addresses the interests of Russia, the people of Ukraine, and the international community. As a part of that resolution, the governments of Ukraine and Russia would hold direct talks, facilitated by the international community; international monitors could ensure that the rights of all Ukrainians are protected, including ethnic Russians; Russian forces would return to their bases; and the international community would work together to support the Ukrainian people as they prepare for elections in May. President Obama indicated that Secretary Kerry would continue discussions with Foreign Minister Lavrov, the government of Ukraine, and other international partners in the days to come to advance those objectives.
Statement by the President
Today, I signed the National Integrated Drought Information System Reauthorization Act into law. This bipartisan legislation ensures that the federal government can continue to provide timely, effective drought warning forecasts and vital support to communities that are vulnerable to drought. States, cities, towns, farmers, and businesses rely on tools and data from the National Integrated Drought Information System to make informed decisions about water use, crop planting, wildfire response, and other critical areas. As climate change increases the intensity of weather-related disasters such as droughts, wildfires, storms and floods, providing access to updated drought-related science and tools is growing even more important.
Currently, a number of Western states are facing drought conditions, including a severe drought in California, and my Administration is pursuing every measure to provide relief and support in partnership with States. To complement the National Integrated Drought Information System, as part of my Climate Action Plan, federal agencies have also formed a National Drought Resilience Partnership to help communities better prepare for droughts in the long term, and prevent the worst impacts on families and businesses. I commend Congress for passing this bipartisan bill to continue to build our national resilience to drought and help communities, farmers, businesses and individuals better prepare and recover when disaster strikes.
Statement by the Press Secretary on H.R. 2431
On Thursday, March 6, 2014, the President signed into law:
H.R. 2431, the “National Integrated Drought Information System Reauthorization Act of 2014,” which authorizes appropriations for the National Integrated Drought Information System (NIDIS) through FY 2018 and requires the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to report to Congress on the implementation of the NIDIS.
Background Briefing by Senior Administration Officials on Executive Order on Ukraine — Via Conference Call
Statement by NSC Spokesperson Caitlin Hayden on National Security Advisor Susan E. Rice’s Travel to Israel
Coming out of the very productive consultations between Prime Minister Netanyahu and President Obama during their bilateral meeting this week, President Obama has asked National Security Advisor Susan Rice to travel to Israel in May to lead the U.S. delegation to the U.S.-Israel Consultative Group. Ambassador Rice looks forward to her first visit to Israel as National Security Advisor to continue our strategic consultations on a wide range of bilateral and regional issues.
President Obama Speaks on Ukraine
March 06, 2014 | 4:20 | Public Domain
President Obama delivers a statement on Ukraine.
March 06, 2014 | 53:31 | Public Domain
White House Press Briefings are conducted most weekdays from the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room in the West Wing.
March 6th, 2014: Photos of the Day
YouTube Stars Talk Health Care at the White House
March 06, 2014 | 3:14 |Public Domain
President Obama met with some of YouTube’s most popular content creators to discuss ideas and strategies that can help raise awareness about health care enrollment. Learn more at healthcare.gov.
Participants included Hannah Hart, Iman Crosson (or Alphacat), Michael Stevens of Vsauce, Benny and Rafi Fine of The Fine Brothers, Mark Douglas, Todd Womack, and Ben Relles of BarelyPolitical, Peter Shuckoff and Lloyd Ahlquist of Epic Rap Battles of History: Tyler Oakley, Mickey Meyer and Daniel Kellison of Jash and Rachel Goldenberg from Funny or Die.
Introduction To In Performance at the White House: Women of Soul
March 06, 2014 | 5:04 |Public Domain
President and First Lady host “In Performance at the White House: Women of Soul” for music legends and contemporary major female artists at the White House celebrating the great “foremothers” of American music, with songs expressing the struggles and achievements of women.
Student Workshop: The History of Women in Soul
March 06, 2014 | 1:01:26 |Public Domain
First Lady Michelle Obama hosts middle school, high school and college students from across the country for an interactive student workshop: “I’m Every Woman: The History of Women in Soul.”
International Women’s Day Event on Advancing Women’s Economic Empowerment
Published on Mar 6, 2014
International Women’s Day, the White House Council on Women and Girls hostsa discussion on breaking down barriers to women’s economic empowerment around the world.
President Obama Speaks at Café Beauregard in Connecticut
Published on Mar 5, 2014
President Obama delivers short remarks at a small business that pays its employees more than the minimum wage. March 5, 2014.
President Obama’s Town Hall on Latinos and the Affordable Care Act
Yesterday, President Obama took part in a town hall at the Newseum in Washington, DC to discuss the Affordable Care Act and how the law benefits the Latino community. The town hall was hosted by Univision, Telemundo, impreMedia and the California Endowment.
The town hall, was televised and livestreamed in both English and Spanish, and provided an opportunity for Latinos across the country to learn more about how to enroll in affordable, quality health care via the Health Insurance Marketplace.
Presidential Innovation Fellows Round 3: Serve. Create. Innovate.
March 06, 2014
09:00 AM EST
Today, we are very excited to announce that applications are now being accepted for the third round of the Presidential Innovation Fellows program. This initiative pairs talented, diverse individuals from outside government with top Federal innovators to implement game-changing projects that make the Federal Government work better for the American people.
At its core, the Presidential Innovation Fellows Program is as strong as the incredible people that are willing to join this effort and serve their country. That’s why we want the best and brightest individuals—original thinkers, gifted designers, tech-savvy strategists, private-sector doers, inventors, entrepreneurs, and talented developers and engineers—to offer up their skills and expertise to create huge value for the American public.