Wednesday at the White House
Construction workers build a walkway from the White House to the viewing stand for the Inaugural Parade.
January 9th, 2013
08:00 AM ET

Wednesday at the White House

President Obama has a light public schedule today with only one event- a screening of the new NBC show 1600 Penn and that is closed to cameras. He'll have plenty of time to discuss upcoming cabinet nominations  and we'll keep our eyes and ears opened for any possible announcements. The main focus at the White House today is Vice President Biden's meeting with victims of gun violence and gun safety organizations as part of his working group on the issue of gun control, as assigned by the president. Tomorrow's meeting includes a sit-down with representatives from the NRA and the National Sport Shooting Foundation. We'll keep an eye out in case anyone comes to the stakeout to talk about the meeting.

Here is the president's schedule, as released by the White House:

10:00AM THE PRESIDENT and THE VICE PRESIDENT receive the Presidential Daily Briefing

Oval Office (Closed Press)


Private Dining Room (Closed Press)

4:45PM THE PRESIDENT hosts cast and crew members of the television show 1600 Penn for a screening at the White House

The Family Theatre (Closed Press)

Briefing Schedule

1:45PM Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jay Carney