March 18th, 2011
09:14 AM ET
JUST IN: The president is expected to deliver a statement on Libya before leaving the country for Latin America later tonight.
Of the UN Security Council resolution regarding Libya, the White House issued a paper statement last night describing the president’s calls with UK’s Prime Minister David Cameron and France’s President Nicolas Sarkozy, where they “agreed that Libya must immediately comply with all terms of the resolution and that violence against the civilian population of Libya must cease. The leaders agreed to coordinate closely on next steps, and to continue working with Arab and other international partners to ensure the enforcement of UN Security Council resolutions on Libya.”
After the Presidential Daily Briefing, Obama will conduct taped interviews with three local U.S. stations (WSOC Charlotte, WSVN Miami and WPVI Philadelphia) focusing on his upcoming Latin America trip.
Finally, late tonight, the First Family will leave for the president’s trip to Brazil, Chile, and El Salvador. They are expected to land in Brazil Saturday morning.
There is no press briefing scheduled today.
Read the schedule, as released by the White House last night, below:
10:00AM THE PRESIDENT receives the Presidential Daily Briefing Oval Office Closed Press
10:55AM THE PRESIDENT is interviewed by WSOC Charlotte, WSVN Miami and WPVI Philadelphia to preview his trip to Latin America and highlight the economic benefits of our relationship with the region Map Room Closed Press
10:15PM THE FIRST FAMILY departs the White House en route Andrews Air Force Base South LawnOpen Press
10:35PM THE FIRST FAMILY departs Andrews Air Force Base en route to Brasilia, Brazil Out-of-Town Travel Pool Coverage (Call Time 9:30PM – Virginia Gate, Andrews Air Force Base)
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