Good Tuesday morning.
Here is what’s on the President’s agenda today:
- In the morning, President Donald J. Trump will receive his daily intelligence briefing.
- The President will then participate in the minority enterprise development week White House awards ceremony.
- In the afternoon, the President will participate in a swearing-in ceremony for Callista Gingrich as U.S. Ambassador to the Holy See.
- Later in the afternoon, the President will depart the White House en route to the U.S. Capitol, where he will participate in a Senate Republican policy lunch.
- The President will then return to the White House.
I have a condensed version of the Morning Briefing for you today.
Historical picture of the day:
Trump administration to announce decision on refugee program after 120-day ban
Senators claim not to know of troops in Niger
Top U.S. general cites ISIS affiliates in Niger attack
Pentagon updates Niger ambush timeline, says US troops called for air support hour after attack
Mysterious discrepancies spotted In Tillerson photographs with Afghanistan president
State Dept Admits There are 40,000 Pages of Clinton Emails They Haven’t Even Looked At
Panetta: Countries won’t trust US if Iran deal is broken
Sessions: All bets are off in hunt for MS-13 street gang
New Orleans celebrity chef John Besh steps down after sexual harassment allegations
Former assistant to Harvey Weinstein breaks her NDA after 19 years
Wow: Men are 15 points more likely than women to think accusations against Weinstein are credible
Bill O’Reilly blames God for sexual harassment allegations
“Scandal” actor Tony Goldwyn says he was sexually harassed
Disaster relief bill clears major hurdle in Senate
Eric Holder Says He ‘Will See’ About Running For Political Office
Black Man Arrested In ‘KKK’ Graffiti Case At Eastern Michigan
Woman who can’t stop sweating blood has experts perplexed
Gym rat blames protein shake for sexually assaulting woman
Teacher put on leave after allegedly bringing gun to class
Officials identify musher in dog doping case, but he denies the claim
Puerto Rico reopening some schools after hurricane devastation
Online holiday shopping is poised to beat in-store sales for the first time ever — and it’s terrible news for retailers like Sears and Macy’s
And that’s all I’ve got, now go beat back the angry mob!
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