WHITE HOUSE REPORT

WHR 1To : <redaksi@mediahukumindonesia.com>Date : Tue, 13 Jun 2017 23:16:46 +0700 Subject : Your 1600 Daily

President Donald J. Trump is dedicating this week to workforce development, focusing on steps to make it easier for industries to design, certify, and scale apprenticeship programs. Today, President Trump, Secretary Acosta, and Assistant to the President, Ivanka Trump, will travel to Wisconsin to tour several training classrooms and participate in a roundtable discussion with local business owners.

Today’s Events

11:00 AM: President Trump meets with National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster

12:00 PM: President Trump has lunch with members of Congress

Hasil gambar untuk President Trump departs Washington, D.C. en route to Milwaukee, Wisconsin

2:05 PM: President Trump departs Washington, D.C. en route to Milwaukee, Wisconsin

3:00 PM: President Trump meets with victims of Obamacare

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3:10 PM: President Trump makes a statement on healthcare – Watch

Hasil gambar untuk President Trump tours Waukesha County Technical College

3:55 PM: President Trump tours Waukesha County Technical College

Hasil gambar untuk President Trump tours Waukesha County Technical College

4:15 PM: President Trump leads a workforce development roundtable discussion

Photo of the Day

The 2016 NCAA Football National Champions, the Clemson Tigers | June 12, 2017 (Official White House Photo by Andrea Hanks)

WHITE HOUSE UPDATES

Yesterday, President Trump held the first full Cabinet meeting of his administration.

Yesterday, President Trump welcomed the 2016 NCAA National Football Champion Clemson Tigers to the White House.

President Trump made a statement on Men’s Health Week, supporting expanded education and awareness in men’s health.

What We Are Reading

White House Makes Big Push on Job Growth: Fostering a Skilled Workforce Through Apprenticeships

“Fresh off of infrastructure week, the White House is pushing forward a major jobs agenda that includes filling positions that do not require four year college degrees.” Townhall

President Donald Trump departs for Bedminster, N.J. Friday, June 9. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

“President Trump during his campaign promised to ‘put our miners back to work.’ That promise was at least partially fulfilled since the Corsa Coal Company opened, making it the first American corporation to open a new coal mine in six years.”Daily Caller

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