Stay up to date as we take you through each activity of President Biden’s schedule for the week of July 12 to July 16. 

On Monday, July 12, The President will meet with the Attorney General and local leaders, including law enforcement, elected officials, and a community violence intervention expert, to discuss his Administration’s comprehensive strategy to reduce gun crimes.

On Tuesday, June 13, The President will travel to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to deliver remarks on protecting the sacred, constitutional right to vote.

On Wednesday, June 14, The President will meet with a bipartisan group of Governors and Mayors to discuss the importance of the critical investments in the Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework to States and cities across the country.

On Thursday, July 15, The President will deliver remarks to mark the day that tens of millions of families will get their first monthly tax relief payments thanks to the American Rescue Plan. The expanded Child Tax Credit provides working families $250 each month for every child 6 to 17 years old, and $300 each month for every child under 6 years old.

The President will welcome Her Excellency Dr. Angela Merkel, Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany, to the White House for an Official Working Visit. H.E. Dr. Merkel’s visit will affirm the deep and enduring bilateral ties between the United States and Germany. This forward-looking visit will address our robust partnership on shared global challenges and identify areas to further strengthen cooperation in the months and years ahead.

The President and H.E. Dr. Merkel will participate in a bilateral meeting, an expanded bilateral meeting, and a joint press conference.

The President and the First Lady will host H.E. Dr. Merkel and Professor Dr. Joachim Sauer for dinner.

On Friday, July 16, The President will travel to Camp David, where he will remain over the weekend.

Anoosha Murtaza is a Gen Z Voice at the Pavlovic Today and a rising third-year student at the University of Virginia. Anoosha has a passion for good journalism, strong political views, and social justice. 

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