POTUS's schedule for Monday, January 10, 2011
January 10th, 2011
09:11 AM ET

POTUS's schedule for Monday, January 10, 2011

WHITE HOUSE (CNN)- President Obama will begin the day with a moment of silence for the victims of Saturday's shootings in Arizona. He and the first lady will participate in a small ceremony on the South Lawn of the White House.

Later today, French President Sarkozy will be visiting the White House. They'll have a bilateral meeting in the Oval Office where they are expected to talk about issues including the situation in Sudan and the global economy. They'll make statements to the press in the Oval Office and perhaps take a couple of questions. Maybe we'll hear more from the President in the aftermath of the Tuscon shootings. Afterwards, they'll have a private lunch together in the Old Family Dining Room.

Guidance from the White House on the President's full schedule:

10:20AM      THE PRESIDENT receives the Presidential Daily Briefing in the Oval Office – Closed Press 

11:00AM       THE PRESIDENT and THE FIRST LADY observe a moment of silence to honor the victims of the shooting in Tucson, Arizona on the South Lawn –  Pooled Press  

11:15AM       THE PRESIDENT meets with senior advisors in the Oval Office-Closed Press

12:05PM       THE PRESIDENT holds a bilateral meeting with President Sarkozy of France in the Oval Office – Closed Press 

12:55PM       THE PRESIDENT and President Sarkozy deliver statements to the press in the Oval Office – Pooled Press  

1:10PM         THE PRESIDENT holds a working lunch with President Sarkozy in the Old Family Dining Room – Closed Press


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soundoff (2 Responses)
  1. Jay in NC

    Barry, here is a little tip on diplomacy. If the First Lady of France leans toward you, give her a kiss.

    January 10, 2011 at 10:24 am |
  2. Liz Carter in Georgia

    Jay, you just won't quit, will ya! You can't tell me BUSH nor any other president was so personally treated with this much ongoing disrespect! We, especially us 'black folks' were raised to respect the position or office of authority anyway; we learned how to do that well, thanks our slave masters! Our ancestors passed that tidbit of information down through the generations, and told us if we wanted to live, WE'D BETTER! But boy how the tables have turned! CHANGE!

    January 18, 2011 at 7:50 pm |