Here’s a look at the upcoming week in the White House, as President Biden and the First Lady return from Camp David and delve into a busy schedule of events and meetings.
Sunday: President Biden and the First Lady are set to return to the White House after spending the weekend at Camp David.
Tuesday: President Biden will host President Isaac Herzog of Israel at the White House. The visit, coinciding with Israel’s 75th anniversary, aims to emphasize the enduring partnership and friendship between the two nations. A primary focus of the meeting will be reaffirming the unwavering commitment of the United States to Israel’s security.
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Wednesday: The President will convene a meeting of his Competition Council, a significant step in implementing his Administration’s strategy to enhance competition within the American economy. During this gathering, President Biden will announce new actions aimed at boosting competition, reducing consumer prices, and fostering an environment conducive to the success of entrepreneurs and small businesses. This initiative stands as a key pillar of President Biden’s economic policy, known as Bidenomics.
In the evening, President Biden and the First Lady will play hosts to the White House Congressional Picnic, which will take place on the South Lawn. Vice President Harris will be in attendance.