White House Schedule - January 6 to January 12, 2013

Format: 09-17-2014
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January 6 2013 — January 12 2013

All Times ET
6
12
10:30 AM
The President receives the Presidential Daily Briefing

1:05 PM
The President makes a personnel announcement

2:00 PM
Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jay Carney
10:30 AM
The President receives the Presidential Daily Briefing

12:30 PM
Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jay Carney

2:00 PM
The President meets with Secretary of Defense Panetta
10:00 AM
The President and the Vice President receive the Presidential Daily Briefing

11:00 AM
The Vice President meets with representatives of victims’ groups and gun safety organizations as part of the Administration’s effort to develop policy proposals in response to the tragedy in Newtown

12:30 PM
The President and Vice President meet for lunch

2:15 PM
Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jay Carney

4:45 PM
The President hosts cast and crew members of the television show 1600 Penn for a screening at the White House
10:30 AM
The President and the Vice President receive the Presidential Daily Briefing

11:45 AM
The Vice President meets with advocates for sportsmen and women and wildlife interest groups as part of the Administration’s effort to develop policy proposals in response to the tragedy in Newtown

1:30 PM
The President makes a personnel announcement

1:45 PM
The Vice President meets with representatives from gun owners’ groups

6:00 PM
The Vice President meets with representatives from the entertainment industry
10:00 AM
The President holds an expanded bilateral meeting with President Karzai of Afghanistan; The Vice President attends

10:30 AM
The President holds a restricted bilateral meeting with President Karzai of Afghanistan

12:00 PM
The President meets for lunch with President Karzai of Afghanistan; The Vice President will also attend

1:15 PM
The President and President Karzai hold a joint press conference

2:15 PM
The Vice President meets with representatives from the video game industry as part of the Administration’s effort to develop policy proposals in response to the tragedy in Newtown