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Digest of Other White House Announcements

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Administration of Joseph R. Biden, Jr., 2022


Digest of Other White House Announcements

December 2, 2022


The following list includes the President's public schedule and other items of general interest announced by the Office of the Press Secretary and not included elsewhere in this Compilation.

January 1

In the afternoon, the President traveled to Wilmington, DE, where he attended Mass at Saint Ann Parish. Later, he traveled to Greenville, DE, where, at his residence, he remained overnight.

January 2

During the day, from his residence in Greenville, DE, the President had a telephone conversation with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine to make it clear that the U.S. and its allies and partners would respond decisively if Russia further invaded Ukraine, express support for diplomatic efforts, starting next week with the bilateral Strategic Stability Dialogue, at the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) through the NATO-Russia Council, and at the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, reaffirm the U.S. commitment to Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity, and emphasize his support for confidence-building measures to deescalate tensions in Donbas and active diplomacy to advance the implementation of the Minsk Agreements, in support of the Normandy Format.

The White House announced that the President will return to Washington, DC, on January 3.

January 3

In the morning, the President returned to Washington, DC. Later, in the Oval Office, he and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had an intelligence briefing.

January 4

In the morning, in the Oval Office, he and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had an intelligence briefing.

January 5

In the morning, in the Oval Office, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had an intelligence briefing.

The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will travel to Boulder, CO, and Las Vegas, NV, on January 7.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Atlanta, GA, on January 11.

The President declared a major disaster in Washington and ordered Federal assistance to supplement State, Tribal, and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by flooding and mudslides from November 13 through 15.

January 6

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

During the day, the President spoke with White House Press Secretary Jennifer R. Psaki. The White House announced further details on the President and Dr. Biden's travel to

Boulder County, CO, on January 7.

January 7

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. Later, he and Dr. Biden traveled to Denver, CO, arriving in the afternoon.

In the afternoon, upon arrival at Denver International Airport, the President and Dr. Biden were greeted by Governor Jared S. Polis, Lt. Gov. Dianne Primavera, and State Senate President Leroy Garcia. Then, they traveled to Louisville, CO, where, upon arrival in the Harper Lake neighborhood, they were greeted by Mayor Ashley Stolzmann of Louisville, Boulder County Sheriff Joe Pelle, Chief John Willson of the Louisville Fire Protection District, received a briefing from State and local officials, toured an area damaged by the Marshall Fire, visited with affected residents, and thanked first responders. The President gave out challenge coins to the fire and rescue officials. Gov. Polis, Sen. John W. Hickenlooper, Sen. Michael F. Bennet, and Rep. Joseph

D. Neguse also participated. Then, at the Louisville Recreation and Senior Center, they met with families impacted by the Marshall Fire.

In the evening, the President and Dr. Biden traveled to Broomfield, CO, where, at Rocky Mountain International Airport, on the tarmac they greeted U.S. Ambassador to Switzerland Scott Miller and his husband, LGBTQ rights activist and philanthropist Tim Gill. Then, they traveled to Paradise, NV. Upon arrival at Harry Reid International Airport, the President invited Rep.

Suzanne K. Lee and her son Cody aboard Air Force One for a tour of the plane. Then, he and Dr. Biden traveled to Las Vegas, NV, where, at the Vdara Hotel and Spa at ARIA Las Vegas, they remained overnight.

The White House announced further details on the President and Dr. Biden's travel to Las Vegas, NV, on January 7 and 8.

The President announced his intention to nominate Alice C. Hill to be Deputy Administrator for Resilience at the Federal Emergency Management Agency in the Department of Homeland Security.

January 8

In the morning, at the Smith Center for the Performing Arts, the President and Dr. Biden attended the memorial service for former Senate Majority Leader Harry M. Reid. Vice President Kamala D. Harris and her husband Douglas C. Emhoff also attended. Prior to the service, the President escorted former Sen. Reid's wife Landra to her seat.

In the afternoon, the President and Dr. Biden traveled to Joint Base Andrews, MD, arriving in the evening.

In the evening, the President and Dr. Biden traveled to Camp David, MD.

The President made additional disaster assistance available to Kentucky by authorizing an increase in the level of Federal funding for emergency work in the Commonwealth as a result of severe storms, straight-line winds, flooding, and tornadoes on December 10 and 11.

January 9

The White House announced that the President will return to Washington, DC, on January

10.

January 10

In the morning, the President returned to Washington, DC. Later, in the Oval Office, he had an intelligence briefing.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Atlanta, GA, on January 11.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed of Ethiopia to discuss the ongoing conflict in Ethiopia and opportunities to advance peace and reconciliation, commend Prime Minister Abiy on the recent release of several political prisoners, and review ways to accelerate dialogue toward a negotiated cease-fire, the urgency of improving humanitarian access across Ethiopia, and the need to address the human rights concerns of all affected Ethiopians, including detentions of Ethiopians under the state of emergency. President Biden expressed concern that the ongoing hostilities, including recent air strikes, continue to cause civilian casualties and suffering, and he reaffirmed the U.S. commitment to work alongside the African Union and regional partners to help Ethiopians peacefully resolve the conflict.

Also during the day, the President had a telephone conversation with Mayor Eric Adams of New York City to express his heartfelt condolences and offer support following the devastating fire at an apartment building in the Bronx borough.

The President declared a major disaster in Missouri and ordered Federal assistance to supplement State and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by severe storms, straight-line winds, and tornadoes on December 10.

January 11

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. Later, he traveled to Atlanta, GA, arriving in the afternoon. Sen. Raphael G. Warnock; Reps. Nikema Williams, Sanford D. Bishop, Jr., Lucia K. McBath, Carolyn Bourdeaux, Henry C. Johnson, Jr., and Lisa Blunt Rochester; and Democratic National Committee Vice Chair of Civic Engagement and Voter Protection Keisha Lance Bottoms accompanied him. He also had a telephone conversation with Stacey Y. Abrams, founder of Fair Fight and Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate.

In the afternoon, at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris met with Bernice, daughter, and Martin Luther King III, son, Andrea, daughter-in-law, and Yolanda, grand-daughter, of Martin Luther King, Jr., and Coretta Scott King and participated in a wreath-laying ceremony at their crypt. Then, at the Ebenezer Baptist Church, they were greeted by Sen. Warnock, senior pastor of the church, toured the historic sanctuary, and met with Sens. Warnock and T. Jonathan Ossoff and Reps. Williams, Bishop, McBath, Bourdeaux, and Johnson. He also spoke briefly to reporters.

Later in the afternoon, following his remarks at the Atlanta University Center Consortium, the President participated in a photo line.

In the evening, the President returned to Washington, DC. Sens. Amy J. Klobuchar, Jeffrey

A. Merkley, Alejandro Padilla; and Reps. Joyce Beatty, Terrycina A. Sewell, John P. Sarbanes, and Lisa Blunt Rochester accompanied him.

During the day, in the Red Room, the President met with National Security Adviser Jacob J. Sullivan.

January 12

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, the President and Dr. Biden traveled to Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall, VA, where they attended the funeral service for former Army Chief of Staff Gen. Raymond T. Odierno, USA, with the President making remarks. Later, they returned to Washington, DC. Then, at the U.S. Capitol, in the Rotunda, they paid their respects at a public viewing of former Sen. Harry M. Reid who lay in state and in the Mansfield Room, visited with members of the Reid family. Before leaving the Capitol, he visited with a group of Senate pages and posed for photographs with Sens. Cory A. Booker and Thomas R. Carper. He also answered a question

from a reporter and stopped by the office of Senate Minority Leader A. Mitchell McConnell, speaking with outer office staff.

January 13

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, at the Russell Senate Office Building of the U.S. Capitol, in the Kennedy Caucus Room, the President had a working lunch with the Senate Democratic Caucus to discuss the urgent need to pass legislation to protect the constitutional right to vote and the integrity of elections. Before departing the Capitol, outside the Russell Building, he spoke briefly with a U.S. Capitol Police officer.

Later in the afternoon, in the Oval Office, the President met with Sens. Kyrsten L. Sinema and Joseph A. Manchin III to discuss voting rights.

The President announced his intention to nominate Patricia Neuman to be a member of the Boards of Trustees for the Supplementary Medical Insurance Trust Fund Board, the Federal Hospital Insurance Trust Fund, and the Federal Old-Age and Survivors Insurance Trust Fund, and the Federal Disability Insurance.

The President announced the appointment of Blong Xiong as State Executive Director for California at the Farm Service Agency of the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Matt Gellings as State Executive Director for Idaho at the Farm Service Agency of the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Whitney Place as State Executive Director for Minnesota at the Farm Service Agency of the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Heidi Secord as State Executive Director for Pennsylvania at the Farm Service Agency of the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Ronald Howell as State Executive Director for Virginia at the Farm Service Agency of the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Lakeisha Hood as Florida and U.S. Virgin Islands State Director for Rural Development at the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Rudy Soto as Idaho State Director for Rural Development at the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Helen Price Johnson as Washington State Director for Rural Development at the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Margaret Salazar as Regional Administrator for Region 10 at the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

January 14

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. He was also briefed on the cyber attack that targeted about 70 internet sites of government bodies in Ukraine, including the security and defense council, the cabinet of ministers, and several ministries.

In the afternoon, the President announced through a video post on his official Twitter feed the launch of a new bridge infrastructure construction program through funding made available by the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.

During the day, in the Roosevelt Room, the President met with Domestic Policy Council Director Susan E. Rice, White House Press Secretary Jennifer R. Psaki, and other senior advisers to discuss a congressional update.

In the evening, the President traveled to Greenville, DE, where, at his residence, he remained overnight.

The President announced the nomination of Sarah Bloom Raskin to be Vice Chair for Supervision of the Federal Reserve System Board of Governors.

The President announced the nomination of Lisa D. Cook and Philip N. Jefferson to be Governors on the Federal Reserve System Board of Governors.

The President announced his intention to appoint Laurence B. Alexander as Chair of the Board for International Food and Agricultural Development.

The President announced his intention to appoint the following individuals as members of the Board for International Food and Agricultural Development: Pamela K. Anderson; Marie Boyd; Rattan Lal; Lenis Saweda O. Liverpool-Tasie; Henri G. Moore; and Kathy Spahn.

The President announced his intention to appoint Starlet "Star" Jones Lugo as a Commissioner on the U.S. Commission for the Preservation of America's Heritage Abroad and, upon appointment, designate her Chair.

The President announced his intention to appoint the following individuals as Commissioners on the U.S. Commission for the Preservation of America's Heritage Abroad: G. Jonathan Greenwald; Nicole Mavis Isaac; Nancy K. Kaufman; Michael T. Marquardt; Maureen

C. Pikarski, Commissioner; and William H. Shaheen.

The President declared a major disaster in Tennessee and ordered Federal assistance to supplement State and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by severe storms, straight-line winds, and tornadoes on December 10 and 11, 2021.

January 15

In the morning, the President and his grandson Hunter traveled to the Wilmington Country Club in Wilmington, DE.

In the afternoon, the President and his grandson Hunter traveled to Greenville, DE, where, at the St. Joseph on the Brandywine Roman Catholic Church, they attended Mass. Then, they returned to the President's residence, where the President remained overnight.

During the day, the President was briefed on the hostage situation at the Beth Israel Congregation synagogue in Colleyville, TX, and continued to received updates from senior staff throughout the day.

The President declared a major disaster in Alaska and ordered Federal assistance to supplement State, Tribal, and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by severe storms, straight-line winds, flooding, landslides, and mudslides from October 29 to November 1, 2021.

January 16

In the morning, the President had a telephone conversation with Attorney General Merrick

B. Garland to discuss the resolution of the hostage situation at the Beth Israel Congregation synagogue in Colleyville, TX. Later, he and Dr. Biden traveled to Philadelphia, PA, where, at Philabundance, a local hunger relief organization, they were greeted by Philabundance Chief Executive Officer Loree D. Jones and Repack Supervisor Damien Hernandez, former Rep. Robert

A. Brady, and AmeriCorps Chief Executive Officer Michael D. Smith.

In the afternoon, at the Philabundance facility, the President and Dr. Biden visited with staff and volunteers and participated in a service project packing food boxes in observance of Martin Luther King Day. Later, they returned to Greenville, DE, where, at their residence, they remained overnight.

During the day, the President spoke with White House Press Secretary Jennifer R. Psaki about the hostage situation in Colleyville.

The White House announced that the President will return to Washington, DC, on January

17.

The White House announced that the President will meet virtually with Prime Minister

Fumio Kishida of Japan on January 21.

January 17

In the evening, the President and Dr. Biden returned to Washington, DC.

January 18

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. Later, in the Roosevelt Room, he and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had an economic briefing.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with President Sauli Niinistö of Finland to discuss shared concerns over Russia's unprovoked military buildup on Ukraine's borders and review the close Finland-U.S. defense partnership and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's role in ensuring security in northern Europe, as well as that of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe to continue dialogue toward deescalation of tensions and addressing challenges to European security.

The President announced the designation of the following individual to be a member of a Presidential delegation to the Gambia to attend the Inauguration of Adama Barrow as President of the Gambia in Banjul, Gambia, on January 19: Richard C. Paschall III (head of delegation).

The President announced the designation of the following individuals as members of a Presidential delegation to attend the Inauguration of Xiomara Castro as President of Honduras in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, on January 27: Kamala D. Harris (head of delegation); Samantha Power; Raul Ruiz; Jose W. Fernandez; Brian A. Nichols; and Colleen Hoey.

The President announced the nomination of Arianna J. Freeman to be a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.

The President announced the nomination of Tiffany M. Cartwright to be a judge on the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington.

The President announced the nomination of Nusrat Jahan Choudhury and Natasha C. Merle to be judges on the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York.

The President announced the nomination of Ana Isabel de Alba to be a judge on the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California.

The President announced the nomination of Robert S. Huie to be a judge on the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California.

The President announced the nomination of Jennifer H. Rearden to be a judge on the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

The President announced the nomination of Nina Nin-Yuen Wang to be a judge on the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado.

January 19

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. He also met virtually with a bipartisan group of Senators to discuss Russia's military buildup on Ukraine's borders, including some who had just returned from a congressional delegation to Ukraine in order to meet with Ukrainian leadership and affirm longstanding U.S. support for Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity; and exchange views on the best ways the U.S. can continue to work closely with allies and partners in support of Ukraine, including both ongoing diplomacy to try to resolve the current crisis and deterrence measures, as the administration stood prepared to impose significant consequences in response to further Russian aggression against Ukraine. Participating in the meeting were Sens. Robert J. Portman, C. Jeanne Shaheen, Kevin Cramer, Amy J. Klobuchar, Christopher S. Murphy, Richard Blumenthal, Roger F. Wicker, and James E. Risch.

The President announced his intention to nominate Elizabeth Bagley to be Ambassador to Brazil.

The President announced his intention to nominate Jane Hartley to be Ambassador to the United Kingdom.

The President announced his intention to nominate Alexander Laskaris to be Ambassador to Chad.

The President announced his intention to nominate Alan Leventhal to be Ambassador to Denmark.

The President announced his intention to nominate Kathryn Huff to be Assistant Secretary for Nuclear Energy at the Department of Energy.

The President announced his intention to nominate Deborah R. Coen to be a member of the National Council on the Humanities.

The President announced his intention to nominate William Brodsky to be a member of the Securities Investor Protection Corporation.

January 20

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

During the day, on the State Floor, the President dropped by a reception for Latino mayors hosted by Dr. Biden, spoke briefly with attendees, and posed for photographs.

The President announced the appointment of C. John Sullivan III as State Executive Director for Maryland at the Farm Service Agency of the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Daniel A. Smiarowski as State Executive Director for Massachusetts at the Farm Service Agency of the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Steve Kouplen as State Executive Director for Oklahoma at the Farm Service Agency of the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of John Litz as State Executive Director for Tennessee at the Farm Service Agency of the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of John Roberts as State Executive Director for Vermont at the Farm Service Agency of the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Jonathan McCracken as Ohio State Director for Rural Development at the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Margaret Hoffmann as Oregon State Director for Rural Development at the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Lori Ehrlich as Regional Administrator for Region 1 at the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

The President announced the appointment of David Warrington as Regional Administrator for Region 2 at the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

The President announced the appointment of Nancy Dragani as Regional Administrator for Region 8 at the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

The President announced the appointment of Alicka Ampry-Samuel as Regional Administrator for Region 2 at the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

The President announced the appointment of Matthew Heckles as Regional Administrator for Region 3 at the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

The President announced the appointment of Jose Alvarez as Regional Administrator for Region 4 at the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

The President announced the appointment of Ulysses "Deke" Clayborn as Regional Administrator for Region 7 at the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

January 21

In the morning, in the Situation Room, the President had a videoconference with Prime Minister Fumio Kishida of Japan to discuss Japan-U.S. relations, deterring further Russian aggression against Ukraine, cooperating to reduce global supply chain bottlenecks, continuing global efforts to end the COVID–19 pandemic, and advancing a shared vision for a free and open Indo-Pacific. Later, he had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, the President traveled to Camp David, MD, where he remained overnight. During the day, in the Oval Office, the President met with White House Chief of Staff

Ronald A. Klain and Director of Communications Kate Bedingfield. Also in the Oval Office, he

met with Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John F. Kerry.

The White House announced that the President will welcome Chancellor Olaf Scholz of Germany to the White House in February.

The President announced his intention to nominate Dara Lindenbaum to be a Commissioner on the Federal Elections Commission.

The President announced his intention to nominate Sharon Lewis to be a member of the Social Security Advisory Board.

January 22

During the day, at Camp David, MD, the President met with his national security team to discuss continued Russian aggressive actions toward Ukraine and was briefed on the current state of Russian military operations on Ukraine's borders and ongoing efforts to deescalate the situation with diplomacy and a range of deterrence measures being coordinated closely with allies and partners, including delivery of security assistance to Ukraine. National Security Adviser Jacob J. Sullivan and Counselor Steven J. Ricchetti joined the President in person at Camp David, with other national security officials participating via secure videoconference.

January 23

The White House announced that the President will return to Washington, DC, on January

24.

January 24

In the morning, the President returned to Washington, DC. Later, in the Oval Office, he had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, in the Situation Room, the President participated in secure videoconference with European leaders to discuss continued close consultation and coordination with transatlantic allies and partners in response to Russia's military buildup on Ukraine's borders, reiterate their support for Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity, underscore their shared desire for a diplomatic resolution to the current tensions, and review recent engagements with Russia in multiple formats, including preparations to impose massive consequences and severe economic costs on Russia for such actions as well as to reinforce security on North Atlantic Treaty Organization's (NATO) eastern flank. Participating in the meeting were President Ursula von der Leyen of the European Commission; President Charles Yvon Michel of the European Council; President Emmanuel Macron of France, Chancellor Olaf Scholz of Germany, Prime Minister Mario Draghi of Italy, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg of NATO, President Andrzej Duda of Poland, and Prime Minister Boris Johnson of the United Kingdom.

In the evening, the President had a telephone conversation with Mayor Eric Adams of New York City to offer his condolences for the shooting of two New York Police Department officers on January 21, reiterate his admiration and gratitude for the men and women of law enforcement as well as Mayor Adams's his efforts to combat gun violence and violent crime, and discuss his administration's commitment to bolster State and local law enforcement agencies. He also had a telephone conversation with Fox News White House Correspondent Peter Doocy.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Pittsburgh, PA, on January 28.

January 25

In the morning, in the Oval Office, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, at the HoneyMade boutique in the Capitol Hill neighborhood, the President visited with owner Viboonrattana "Moo" Honey and purchased gifts. Then, out on the sidewalk, he greeted passersby, walked across street to the Marine Barracks Washington, D.C., and visited with marines stationed at the entrance, followed by a stop at Jeni's ice cream shop on Barracks Row, where he purchased ice cream and posed for a photograph with staff. He also greeted students and teachers from the Capitol Learning Academy.

During the day, in the Oval Office, the President met with Secretary of Energy Jennifer M. Granholm.

The White House announced that the President welcome Amir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani of Qatar to the White House on January 31.

January 26

In the morning, in the Oval Office, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had an intelligence briefing.

During the day, in the Oval Office, the President signed an Executive order on 2022 Amendments to the Manual for Courts-Martial, strengthening the military justice system's response to gender-based violence. Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III and Lynn Rosenthal, Chair of the Independent Review Commission on Military Sexual Assault, also attended.

The White House announced that the President will travel to New York City on February 3.

The President announced his intention to nominate Michael Adler to be Ambassador to South Sudan.

The President announced his intention to nominate John T. Godfrey to be Ambassador to Sudan.

The President announced his intent to appoint Stuart Eizenstat as a member of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Council and, upon appointment, designate him Chair.

The President announced his intent to appoint Allan M. Holt as a member of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Council and, upon appointment, designate him Vice Chair.

The President announced his intent to appoint the following individuals as members of the

U.S. Holocaust Memorial Council: Tom A. Bernstein; Abraham H. Foxman; Meryl Frank; Judith Gold; Marsha Zlatin Laufer; Samuel Lauter; Jeffrey Peck; Leah Pisar; Mark A. Siegel; and Susan

K. Stern.

The President announced the nomination of Vanessa R. Avery to be U.S. attorney for the District of Connecticut.

The President announced the nomination of Trina A. Higgins to be U.S. attorney for the District of Utah.

The President announced the nomination of Jesse A. Laslovich to be U.S. attorney for the District of Montana.

The President announced the nomination of S. Lane Tucker to be U.S. attorney for the District of Alaska.

The President announced the nomination of Alexander M.M. Uballez to be U.S. attorney for the District of New Mexico.

The President announced the nomination of Jane E. Young to be U.S. attorney for the District of New Hampshire.

January 27

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. He also received a hand-delivered letter from U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Stephen G. Breyer announcing his retirement from the Court. In the Oval Office, he and Dr. Biden also met with Justice Breyer and his wife Joanna. White House Counsel Dana Remus and Chief of Staff Ronald A. Klain also attended.

In the afternoon, the President had a telephone conversation with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine to reaffirm U.S. readiness along with that of its allies and partners to respond decisively if Russia further invaded Ukraine, underscore the U.S. commitment to Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity, and note the U.S. provision of development and humanitarian assistance to Ukraine. The leaders discussed coordinated diplomatic efforts on European security, with President Biden reiterating U.S. support for conflict resolution efforts in the Normandy Format as well as his hope that the January 26 recommitment to the terms of the July 2020 cease-fire would help decrease tensions and advance the implementation of the Minsk Agreements. Later, in the Roosevelt Room, he had an economic briefing.

During the day, the President met with Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Store of Norway to discuss Norway-U.S. cooperation in tackling a range of challenges, including climate change, ending the COVID–19 pandemic and establishing sustainable health security financing, and humanitarian support for Afghanistan, thank the Prime Minister for Norway's leadership as President of the U.N. Security Council this month, and review joint efforts through the North

Atlantic Treaty Organization and the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe to address Russia's destabilizing military buildup along Ukraine's borders. National Security Adviser Jacob J. Sullivan also attended.

Also during the day, in the Oval Office, the President met with author and Holocaust survivor Bronia Brandman and her daughter Etta Brandman in recognition of International Holocaust Remembrance Day.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Pittsburgh, PA, on January 28.

The White House announced that the President will welcome Chancellor Olaf Scholz of Germany to the White House on February 7.

The President announced the appointment of Deborah Alford Tannenbaum as State Executive Director for Florida at the Farm Service Agency of the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Dennis McKinney as State Executive Director for Kansas at the Farm Service Agency of the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Robert Andrzejczak as State Executive Director for New Jersey at the Farm Service Agency of the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Jon Wyss as State Executive Director for Washington at the Farm Service Agency of the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Glenn Pauley as Wyoming State Director for Rural Development at the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Geri Sanchez Aglipay as Regional Administrator for Region 5 at the Small Business Administration.

The President announced the appointment of Vercie Lark as Regional Administrator for Region 7 at the Small Business Administration.

January 28

In the morning, the President was briefed on the collapse of the Fern Hollow Bridge in Pittsburgh, PA. Then, he had an intelligence briefing. Later, he traveled to West Mifflin, PA, arriving in the afternoon.

Also in the morning, the President had separate telephone conversations with Gov. Thomas

W. Wolf of Pennsylvania and Mayor Ed Gainey of Pittsburgh to discuss the bridge collapse in Frick Park. Sen. Robert P. Casey, Jr., was with Gov. Wolf during the President's call, and the President spoke with Sen. Casey as well.

In the afternoon, upon arrival at the Allegheny County Airport, the President traveled to Pittsburgh, where, at Frick Park, he visited the site of the collapsed bridge, received a briefing on the status of the investigation into its cause, and spoke with first responders and State and local officials. Sen. Casey, Rep. Conor J. Lamb, and Lt. Gov. John Fetterman of Pennsylvania also attended. Then, at the Carnegie Mellon University's Mill 19, he toured research and development facilities and visited with faculty and students with Sandra DeVincent Wolf, senior director of research partnerships for the College of Engineering. Secretary of Commerce Gina M. Raimondo, Gov. Wolf of Pennsylvania, Sen. Casey, Mayor Gainey, and Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald also participated. Later, he returned to Washington, DC.

The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will travel to Mount Vernon, VA, on January 30.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to New York City on February 3.

January 29

In the afternoon, in the East Room, the President stopped by an Operation Gratitude event hosted by Dr. Biden for gubernatorial spouses in town for the National Governors Association meetings, aimed at assembling care packages for National Guard personnel deployed to help with the COVID–19 pandemic, made brief remarks, and visited with participants. He also posted to his official Twitter feed a message congratulating President Sergio Mattarella of Italy on his recent reelection.

January 30

In the afternoon, the President and Dr. Biden traveled to Mount Vernon, VA.

In the evening, at the historic residence of former President George Washington, in the Ford Orientation Center, the President and Dr. Biden participated in a photo line for the National Governors Association and attended a black-tie dinner. Later, they returned to Washington, DC.

January 31

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

During the day, in the Oval Office, the President was briefed on plans for a U.S. Special Operations counterterrorism mission targeting an Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist organization safehouse in northwestern Syria. He, Dr. Biden, Vice President Kamala D. Harris, and her husband Douglas C. Emhoff also participated in a photo op with staff in the Grand Foyer to celebrate Lunar New Year.

February 1

In the morning, in the Oval Office, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had an intelligence briefing. He also spoke with White Press Secretary Jennifer R. Psaki about the

U.S. Supreme Court vacancy created by the retirement of Associate Justice Stephen G. Breyer.

Also in the morning, in the Oval Office, the President with Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark A. Milley, USA, and gave the final approval to move forward with a U.S. Special Operations counterterrorism mission targeting an Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist organization safehouse in northwestern Syria.

February 2

In the morning, in the Oval Office, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had an intelligence briefing.

In the evening, in the Situation Room, the President and Vice President Harris monitored a

U.S. Special Operations counterterrorism mission targeting the suspected compound of Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurayshi, leader of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist organization, in Atmeh, Syria. Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark A. Milley, USA, National Security Adviser Jacob J. Sullivan and Deputy National Security Adviser Jonathan Finer, and Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall also attended. He also had a telephone conversation with Police Commissioner Keechant L. Sewell of New Yok City to convey his support for the ongoing work of her department to combat gun crime and strengthen ties with the communities they serve and protect.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with President Emmanuel Macron of France to discuss Russia's continued military buildup on Ukraine's borders, affirm

their support for Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity, and review ongoing coordination on both diplomacy and preparations to impose swift and severe economic costs on Russia should it further invade Ukraine.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to New York City on February 3.

The President announced the nomination of Stephanie Dawkins Davis to be a judge on the

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.

The President announced that he has named G. Douglas Jones as Nomination Advisor for Legislative Affairs in the effort to select a U.S. Supreme Court nominee to fill the vacancy created by the retirement of Associate Justice Stephen G. Breyer.

The President announced that he has named Minyon Moore as Nomination Advisor for Engagement in the effort to select a U.S. Supreme Court nominee to fill the vacancy created by the retirement of Associate Justice Stephen G. Breyer.

The President announced that he has named Ben LaBolt as Nomination Advisor for Communications in the effort to select a U.S. Supreme Court nominee to fill the vacancy created by the retirement of Associate Justice Stephen G. Breyer.

February 3

In the morning, the President traveled to New York City, arriving in the afternoon. He also had separate telephone conversations with family members of New York Police Department Officers Wilbert Mora and Jason Rivera, who were fatally shot while responding to a domestic disturbance call in New York City on January 21, to offer his condolences for their losses. While en route aboard Air Force One, he met with Sen. Kirsten E. Gillibrand and Reps. Hakeem S. Jeffries and Nydia M. Velázquez.

In the afternoon, upon arrival at John F. Kennedy International Airport, the President traveled to New York Police Department Headquarters, where he participated in a photo line with Mayor Eric Adams of New York City, Gov. Kathleen C. Hochul and Attorney General Letitia James of New York, and Reps. Jerrold L. Nadler, Thomas R. Suozzi, Grace Meng, and Adriano

D. Espaillat. While at One Police Plaza, he also met with New York Police Department Ofc. Sumit Sulan, who was the third officer to respond to the January 21 domestic disturbance call in New York City, during which Ofcs. Mora and Rivera were fatally shot. Later, he traveled to Community School 111Q Jacob Blackwell, where he visited a classroom with Mayor Adams and received an overview on a local community violence intervention program from Community Capacity Development Founder and Executive Director K. Bain, Training Specialist Shyism Bryant, Site Supervisor Emanuel Campbell, and Operations Manager Martin Caba. Attorney General Merrick B. Garland, Gov. Hochul, and Mayor Adams also attended. Then, also at Community School 111Q, he participated in a photo line with State and local officials.

In the evening, the President returned to Washington, DC.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Upper Marlboro, MD, on February 4.

February 4

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, the President traveled to Upper Marlboro, MD, where, at the Ironworkers Local 5 hall, he and Vice President Kamala D. Harris participated in a photo line with State and local officials. Later, he returned to Washington, DC.

In the evening, the President traveled to Greenville, DE, where, at his residence, he remained overnight.

During the day, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris met with Secretary of the Treasury Janet Y. Yellen, Secretary of Labor Martin J. Walsh, Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro N. Mayorkas, and Secretary of Transportation Peter P.M. Buttigieg and senior staff to discuss a report of the Task Force on Worker Organizing and Empowerment.

The White House announced that the President will return to Washington, DC, on February

6.

The President announced his intention to nominate Reuben Brigety to be Ambassador to

South Africa.

The President announced his intention to nominate MaryKay Loss Carlson to be Ambassador to the Philippines.

The President announced his intention to nominate Elizabeth Shortino to be U.S. Executive Director of the International Monetary Fund.

February 5

In the afternoon, at St. Joseph on the Brandywine Roman Catholic Church, the President attended Mass with his daughter Ashley.

In the evening, the President and his daughter Ashley returned to their residence in Greenville, DE, where he remained overnight.

February 6

In the afternoon, the President returned to Washington, DC, where, upon arrival on the South Lawn at the White House, he answered questions from reporters.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with President Emmanuel Macron of France to discuss ongoing diplomatic and deterrence efforts in response to Russia's continued military buildup on Ukraine's borders and affirm their support for Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity. He also had a telephone conversation with Prime Minister Naftali Bennett of Israel to reaffirm Israel-U.S. relations and discuss shared security and other challenges in the Middle East region, including the threat posed by Iran and its proxies. The President underscored his commitment to expanding stability and partnerships across the Middle East region, as exemplified by the Abraham Accords, discussed the recent U.S. operation against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist organization in northwestern Syria, and conveyed U.S. support for Israel's security and freedom of action, including by replenishing Israel's Iron Dome missile defense system.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Camp David, MD, on February

11.

February 7

In the morning, in the Oval Office, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had an intelligence briefing.

In the evening, the President accepted the resignation of Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy Eric S. Lander.

The President announced his intention to appoint the following individuals as members of the Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Access Board: Elver Ariza-Silva;

Heather Dowdy; Gregory S. Fehribach; Mozhdeh Amelia Hamraie; Hannah Raissa Ibañez; Alexis Ander Kashar; K.R. Liu; Benjamin William Julian Nadolsky; and Madeline Rose Ruvolo.

The President announced his intention to appoint the following individuals as members of the Board of Visitors to the U.S. Naval Academy: John R. Allen; Paul J. Angelo; Robert E. Clark II; Michelle Janine Howard; John S. McCain IV; and Amy McGrath.

February 8

In the morning, in the Oval Office, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, in the Private Dining Room, the President and Vice President Harris had lunch. Later, in the Roosevelt Room, they had an economic briefing.

During the day, the President and members of his economic team today met with Edward Glaeser, Fred and Eleanor Glimp Professor of Economics and Economics Chair at Harvard University, and Janet Currie, Henry Putman Professor of Economics and Public Affairs at Princeton University, to discuss the economics of infrastructure investment as part of the President's agenda to build on the historic economic recovery and boost the capacity of the economy in order to promote growth, expand economic opportunity, and reduce costs for families. Mr. Glaeser briefed the President on the economic benefits of investments in infrastructure and the importance of project selection and efficient implementation of infrastructure investment. Ms. Currie briefed the President on the effect of lead exposure on a range of outcomes for children.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Culpeper, VA, on February 10.

February 9

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with President Emmanuel Macron of France to discuss President Macron's recent meetings in Russia and Ukraine and ongoing diplomatic and deterrence efforts, undertaken in close coordination with other allies and partners, in response to Russia's continued military buildup on Ukraine's borders. He also had a telephone conversation with King Salman bin Abd al-Aziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia to discuss regional developments and issues of mutual concern, including Iranian-enabled attacks by the Houthis against civilian targets in Saudi Arabia, with the President underscoring the U.S. commitment to support Saudi Arabia in the defense of its people and territory from these attacks and full support for U.N.-led efforts to end the war in Yemen as well as his determination to ensure that Iran never obtain a nuclear weapon, measured by ongoing multilateral talks to reestablish constraints on Iran's nuclear program. Both leaders further reiterated their joint commitment to ensuring the stability of global energy supplies. He also met with musician Billie Eilish, her brother, musician Finneas O'Connell, and their parents Maggie Baird and Patrick O'Connell in the Green Room.

February 10

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. He also met with his senior advisers. Later, he traveled to Culpeper, VA.

In the afternoon, following his remarks at the Germanna Community College Daniel Technology Center, the President recorded an interview with Lester Holt of NBC News for later broadcast. Later, he returned to Washington, DC.

Later in the afternoon, in the Roosevelt Room, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris met with Democratic members of the Senate Judiciary Committee to discuss the Supreme Court nomination process.

The President announced the designation of the following individuals as members of a Presidential delegation to attend bicentennial celebrations marking the arrival of the first free Black Americans to Providence Island in 1822, in Monrovia, Liberia, on February 14: Linda Thomas-Greenfield (head of delegation); Michael A. McCarthy; Dana Banks; Lonnie G. Bunch III; and Teresa Jefferson-Snorton.

February 11

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. Later, he participated in a secure videoconference with transatlantic leaders to discuss shared concerns about Russia's continued buildup of military forces around Ukraine and ongoing coordination efforts on both diplomacy and deterrence, including their readiness to impose massive consequences and severe economic costs on Russia should it choose military escalation: Prime Minister Justin P.J. Trudeau of Canada, President Ursula von der Leyen of the European Commission, President Charles Yvon Michel of the European Council, President Emmanuel Macron of France, Chancellor Olaf Scholz of Germany, Prime Minister Mario Draghi of Italy, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, President Andrzej Duda of Poland, President Klaus Iohannis of Romania, and Prime Minister Boris Johnson of the United Kingdom. National Security Adviser Jacob J. Sullivan also attended.

In the afternoon, the President traveled to Camp David, MD, where he remained overnight.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with Prime Minister Trudeau to discuss the ongoing blockade of key bridges and crossings between the U.S. and Canada, including Detroit/Windsor, Sweetwater/Coutts, and Pembina/Emerson, agreeing that the actions of the individuals obstructing travel and commerce impact on both nations' lives and livelihoods, including slowdowns in production, shortened work hours, and plant closures. Prime Minister Trudeau promised quick action in enforcing the law, and the President thanked him for the steps he and other Canadian authorities are taking to restore the open passage of bridges to the U.S. He also met with National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Anthony S. Fauci in the Oval Office to discuss the COVID–19 pandemic response.

The White House announced that the President will have a telephone conversation with President Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin of Russia on February 12.

The President announced his intention to nominate Philip S. Goldberg to be Ambassador to South Korea.

The President announced his intention to nominate Carrin F. Patman to be Ambassador to Iceland.

February 12

In the morning, the President had a telephone conversation with President Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin of Russia to discuss Russia's escalating military buildup on the borders of Ukraine, with President Biden conveying that, if Russia further invaded Ukraine, the U.S. together with allies and partners would respond decisively and impose swift and severe costs on Russia.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Cleveland, OH, and Lorain, OH, on February 17.

February 13

In the morning, the President had a telephone conversation with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine to reaffirm the U.S. commitment to Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity, making clear that the U.S. would respond swiftly and decisively, together with allies and partners, to any further Russian aggression against Ukraine, and agree on the importance of continuing to pursue diplomacy and deterrence in response to Russia's military buildup on Ukraine's borders.

The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will return to Washington, DC, on February 14.

The President announced an update to the designation of the following individuals as members of a Presidential delegation to attend bicentennial celebrations marking the arrival of the first free Black Americans to Providence Island in 1822, in Monrovia, Liberia, on February 14: Dana Banks (head of delegation); Michael A. McCarthy; Lonnie G. Bunch III; and Teresa Jefferson-Snorton.

February 14

In the morning, the President returned to Washington, DC. Later, in the Oval Office, he and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had an intelligence briefing.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with Prime Minister Boris Johnson of the United Kingdom to discuss their recent diplomatic engagements with Ukraine and Russia, review ongoing diplomatic and deterrence efforts in response to Russia's continued military buildup on Ukraine's borders, and reaffirm joint support for Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity. They also discussed efforts to reinforce the defensive posture on the eastern flank countries of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and underlined the importance of continued close coordination among allies and partners, including joint readiness to impose severe consequences on Russia should it choose further military escalation.

Also during the day, the President conducted separate interviews with Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, Judge J. Michelle Childs of the U.S. District Court for the District of South Carolina, and Justice Leondra Kruger of the California Supreme Court to discuss their candidacy to fill the vacancy created by the retirement of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen G. Breyer.

February 15

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. Later, he had a telephone conversation with President Emmanuel Macron of France to review their recent conversations with Russian and Ukrainian counterparts, affirm their continued support for a diplomatic path forward as well as deterrence efforts undertaken in close coordination with allies and partners in response to Russia's military buildup along Ukraine's borders, including their readiness to impose severe consequences and reinforce the defensive posture on of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's eastern flank.

In the afternoon, following his remarks at the Washington Hilton hotel, the President participated in a photo line with county commissioners from around the country and leaders of the National Association of Counties.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Cleveland, OH, and Lorain, OH, on February 17.

The President declared a major disaster in Hawaii and ordered Federal assistance to supplement State and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by severe storms, flooding, and landslides from December 5 through 10, 2021.

February 16

In the morning, in the Oval Office, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had an intelligence briefing.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with Chancellor Olaf Scholz of Germany to discuss their respective conversations with President Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin of Russia and President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine regarding Russia's continued military buildup on Ukraine's borders, reaffirm their commitment to Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity, and underscore the importance of continued transatlantic coordination on diplomacy and deterrence measures and the reinforcement of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's eastern flank should Russia further invade Ukraine. He also spoke with Sen. Sherrod C. Brown, in his capacity as chairman of the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, to discuss the status of the President's nominations to the Federal Reserve System Board of Governors. White House Press Secretary Jennifer R. Psaki also attended.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Lorain, OH, on February 17.

The President announced that Alondra Nelson, Deputy Director for Science and Society for the Office of Science and Technology Policy, will perform the duties Director.

The President announced the designation of Francis S. Collins as Acting Science Adviser to the President and Acting Cochair of the President's Council of Advisers on Science and Technology.

February 17

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. Later, he traveled to Lorain, OH, where, at the Shipyards dining complex and event space, he participated in a photo line with State and local officials.

In the afternoon, the President returned to Washington, DC.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with Prime Minister Mario Draghi of Italy to review ongoing diplomatic and deterrence efforts in response to Russia's continued military buildup on Ukraine's borders and reaffirm their commitment to Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity and their readiness to impose severe economic costs on Russia should it further invade Ukraine. He also met with National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Anthony S. Fauci, White House COVID–19 Response Coordinator Jeffrey D. Zients, and other members of his COVID–19 response team in the Oval Office.

The White House announced that the President will participate in a telephone conversation with transatlantic leaders to discuss shared concerns about Russia's continued buildup of military forces around Ukraine and ongoing coordination efforts on both diplomacy and deterrence on February 18.

The President declared a major disaster in Kansas and ordered Federal assistance to supplement State, Tribal, and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by severe storms and straight-line winds on December 15, 2021.

February 18

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. Later, he participated in a secure videoconference with transatlantic leaders to discuss the likelihood of further Russian aggression against Ukraine and ongoing coordination efforts on both diplomacy and deterrence, including their readiness to impose massive consequences and severe economic costs on Russia should it choose military escalation and efforts to ensure the defense and security of countries on the

eastern flank of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO): Prime Minister Justin P.J. Trudeau of Canada, President Ursula von der Leyen of the European Commission, President Charles Yvon Michel of the European Council, President Emmanuel Macron of France, Chancellor Olaf Scholz of Germany, Prime Minister Mario Draghi of Italy, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg of NATO, President Andrzej Duda of Poland, President Klaus Iohannis of Romania, and Prime Minister Boris Johnson of the United Kingdom.

During the day, the President participated in a conference call with a bipartisan delegation of Members of Congress attending the Munich Security Conference in Germany, along with Vice President Kamala D. Harris, to discuss the situation in Ukraine. He also had a telephone conversation with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine. Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken and National Security Adviser Jacob J. Sullivan also attended.

The White House announced that the President will participate in a virtual meeting with leaders of Group of Seven (G–7) nations on February 24.

February 19

In the afternoon, at the Hamilton restaurant, the President had lunch with his granddaughters Finnegan and Naomi and Naomi's fiancé Peter Neal. He also received an update on Vice President Kamala D. Harris's meetings at the Munich Security Conference with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine, President Ursula von der Leyen of the European Commission, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, leaders of the Baltic States, Chancellor Olaf Scholz of Germany, Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis of Greece, and leaders of other allied and partner nations.

Later in the afternoon, at Holy Trinity Catholic Church, the President attended Mass with his daughter-in-law Hallie, grandson Hunter, and a friend of Hunter's.

During the day, the President continued to monitor the evolving situation in Ukraine and was updated regularly by his national security team about the ongoing threat of Russian invasion.

The White House announced that President will convene a meeting of the National Security Council on the situation in Ukraine on February 20.

February 20

In the afternoon, the President met with the National Security Council to discuss the latest developments regarding Russia's military buildup on the borders of Ukraine. He also had a telephone conversation with President Emmanuel Macron of France to discuss ongoing diplomacy and deterrence efforts in response to Russia's actions on the borders of Ukraine.

During the day, in the Oval Office, the President met with National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Anthony S. Fauci, White House COVID–19 Response Coordinator Jeffrey D. Zients, and other senior staff to discuss the COVID–19 pandemic response.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Wilmington, DE, on February 20 and 21.

The White House announced that the President's scheduled travel to Wilmington had been canceled.

February 21

In the afternoon, the President met with his national security team and was briefed regularly on developments regarding Russia and Ukraine. He also had a telephone conversation with President Volodmyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine to reaffirm the U.S. commitment to Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity, strongly condemn the decision of President Vladimir

Vladimirovich Putin of Russia to recognize the independence of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions of Ukraine, and update President Zelenskyy on the planned U.S. sanctions in response. He also had a telephone conversation with Chancellor Olaf Scholz of Germany and President Emmanuel Macron of France to discuss ongoing diplomacy and deterrence efforts in response to Russia's actions with respect to Ukraine, agreeing to coordinate closely on next steps.

February 22

In the morning, in the Oval Office, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had an intelligence briefing.

During the day, the President met with Minister of Foreign Affairs Dmytro Kuleba of Ukraine to reaffirm the U.S. commitment to Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity, update Foreign Minister Kuleba on the U.S. response to Russia's decision to recognize the independence of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions of Ukraine, including new U.S. sanctions, affirm the continuation of U.S. security assistance and macroeconomic support, and reiterate U.S. readiness, in close cooperation with allies and partners, to respond swiftly and decisively to any further Russian aggression against Ukraine.

Also during the day, in the Oval Office, the President met with National Security Adviser Jacob J. Sullivan and Deputy National Security Adviser Jonathan Finer to discuss the situation in Ukraine.

February 23

In the morning, in the Oval Office, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had an intelligence briefing.

In the evening, the President had a telephone conversation President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine to condemn the unprovoked and unjustified attack by Russian military forces and brief him on U.S. efforts to rally international condemnation, including at the U.N. Security Council, as well further outreach with the leaders of the Group of Seven (G–7) nations, to coordinate the imposition of severe international sanctions on Russia.

The President declared a major disaster in Nebraska and ordered Federal assistance to supplement State, Tribal, and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by severe storms, straight-line winds, and tornadoes on December 15, 2021.

The President declared a major disaster in Iowa and ordered Federal assistance to supplement State, Tribal, and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by severe storms, straight-line winds, and tornadoes on December 15, 2021.

February 24

In the morning, in the Situation Room, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris met with the National Security Council to discuss the situation in Ukraine. Then, also in the Situation Room, he participated in a video conference with leaders of Group of Seven (G–7) nations, President Ursula von der Leyen of the European Commission, President Charles Yvon Michel of the European Council, and Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization to condemn the unprovoked and unjustified attack by Russian military forces on Ukraine and coordinate the imposition of severe multilateral sanctions on Russia. Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken and Secretary of the Treasury Janet L. Yellen also participated. Later, he had an intelligence briefing.

In the evening, the President had a telephone conversation with Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, to discuss her selection

as the President's nominee to fill the vacancy created by the retirement of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen G. Breyer.

The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will travel to Superior, WI, on March 2.

The President announced the appointment of Amy Knapp Pettit as State Executive Director for Alaska at the Farm Service Agency of the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Janice Kolvet as State Executive Director for Nevada at the Farm Service Agency of the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Marcy Svenningsen as State Executive Director for North Dakota at the Farm Service Agency of the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Julia Hnilicka as Alaska State Director for Rural Development at the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Chris Kanazawa as Hawaii State Director for Rural Development at the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Terry Goodin as Indiana State Director for Rural Development at the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Scott Soares as Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut State Director for Rural Development at the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Colleen Landkamer as Minnesota State Director for Rural Development at the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Trina George as Mississippi State Director for Rural Development at the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Jane Asselta as New Jersey State Director for Rural Development at the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Kenneth Corn as Oklahoma State Director for Rural Development at the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of as David Cash as Regional Administrator for Region 1 at the Environmental Protection Agency.

The President announced the appointment of as Willie Nunn as Regional Administrator for Region 10 at the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

February 25

In the morning, in the Situation Room, the President participated in a video conference with heads of state and government of North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) countries to discuss the security situation in and around Ukraine, announce the ordered deployment of additional U.S. forces to augment defense capabilities in Europe to support NATO allies, and welcome the decision to activate NATO's defensive plans and elements of the NATO Response Force to strengthen its collective posture, as well as the commitments by allies to deploy additional land and air forces to the eastern flank and maritime forces from the High North to the Mediterranean. Later, he had an intelligence briefing. Then, the President had a telephone conversation President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine to commend the brave actions of the Ukrainian people fighting to defend their country and convey ongoing U.S. economic, humanitarian, and security support as well as continued efforts to rally other countries to provide similar assistance.

Also in the morning, the President had separate telephone conversations with Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer and Minority Leader A. Mitchell McConnell and Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi and Majority Whip James E. Clyburn to announce his selection of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit as his nominee to fill the vacancy created by the retirement of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen G. Breyer. He also spoke with White House Press Secretary Jennifer R. Psaki about the selection of Judge Jackson as his Supreme Court nominee.

In the afternoon, the President and Dr. Biden traveled to Greenville, DE, arriving in the evening.

In the evening, at their residence in Greenville, the President and Dr. Biden remained overnight.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with President Ursula von der Leyen of the European Commission to discuss a coordinated package of sanctions directed at President Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin and Minister of Foreign Affairs Sergey Viktorovich Lavrov of Russia and members of the Russian national security team.

Also during the day, in the China Room, the President participated in an interview with historian Heather Cox Richardson and gave her a tour of the Cabinet Room. He also recorded an interview in the Diplomatic Reception Room with Brian Tyler Cohen of the podcast "No Lie With Brian Tyler Cohen" for later broadcast.

Also during the day, in the Oval Office, the President met with Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken, National Security Adviser Jacob J. Sullivan, and White House Press Secretary Jennifer

R. Psaki, and other senior staff.

The White House announced that the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris will participate in a secure call with their national security team to discuss the latest developments in Ukraine and Russia's premeditated, unprovoked, and unjustified attack on Ukraine from the President's residence in Greenville, DE, on March 1.

The President announced his intention to nominate Ketanji Brown Jackson to be an Associate Justice on the U.S. Supreme Court.

The President announced his intention to nominate Jay Shambaugh to be Under Secretary for International Affairs at the Department of the Treasury.

The President announced his intention to nominate William Duncan to be Ambassador to El Salvador.

The President announced his intention to nominate Lesslie Viguerie to be Ambassador to Kyrgyzstan.

The President announced his intention to nominate Denis Udall and Tess Udall to be trustees of the Morris K. Udall Scholarship and Excellence in National Environmental Policy Foundation.

February 26

In the morning, from his residence in Greenville, DE, the President participated in a secure call with his national security team to discuss the latest developments in Ukraine and Russia's premeditated, unprovoked, and unjustified attack on Ukraine. Vice President Kamala D. Harris also joined the call.

February 27

In the afternoon, the President and Dr. Biden traveled to Wilmington, DE, where, at the Wilmington Country Club, they attended a memorial service for Joan Olivere, mother of the President's daughter-in-law Hallie Biden, wife of his late son Beau.

During the day, the President received regular updates from his national security team on Russia and Ukraine.

The White House announced that the President will return to Washington, DC, on February

28.

The President made additional disaster assistance available to Puerto Rico by authorizing an

increase in the level of Federal funding for Public Assistance projects undertaken in the Commonwealth as a result of earthquakes from December 28, 2019, through July 3, 2020.

The President declared a major disaster in Kentucky and ordered Federal assistance to supplement Commonwealth and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by severe storms, straight-line winds, tornadoes, flooding, landslides, and mudslides from December 31, 2021, through January 2, 2022.

February 28

In the morning, the President and Dr. Biden returned to Washington, DC. Later, in the Oval Office, he and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had an intelligence briefing. Then, also in the Oval Office, they participated in a secure call with allies and partners to discuss the latest developments regarding Russia's attack on Ukraine, recognize the bravery of the Ukrainian people in the face of Russian aggression, and review the united, multilateral response, including security, economic, and humanitarian assistance and coordinated efforts to impose severe costs and consequences to hold Russia accountable while working to maintain global economic stability, including with regard to energy prices.

The White House announced further details on the President and Dr. Biden's travel to Superior, WI, on March 2.

March 1

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the evening, at the U.S. Capitol, prior to delivering his State of the Union Address, the President participated in a photo line with members of the Escort Committee. Later, following his address, also at the U.S. Capitol, he participated in a photo line with guests of the First Lady's viewing box.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine to discuss continued U.S. support for Ukraine in its defense against Russian aggression, including ongoing delivery of security assistance, economic support, and humanitarian aid, review U.S. efforts, along with allies and partners, to hold Russia accountable, including by imposing sanctions, and note Russia's escalation of attacks on sites used by civilians in Ukraine, including a bombing near the Babyn Yar Holocaust memorial.

March 2

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. Later, he and Dr. Biden traveled to Duluth, MN, arriving in the afternoon. Sens. Amy J. Klobuchar, Tina F. Smith, and Tammy S. Baldwin; and Reps. Mark Pocan and Ronald J. Kind accompanied them.

In the afternoon, upon arrival at the Duluth International Airport, the President and Dr.

Biden traveled to Superior, WI. While en route to the campus of the University of Wisconsin– Superior, on the Wisconsin side of the John Blatnik Memorial Bridge, they stopped at a

maintenance shed, where he visited with a group of ironworkers. Both Wisconsin and Minnesota State and local officials as well as members of their congressional delegations also participated. Then, at the University of Wisconsin–Superior, they participated in a photo line with State, local, and university officials. Later, they traveled to Duluth. Upon arrival at the Duluth International Airport, they returned to Washington, DC, arriving in the evening.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Fort Worth, TX, on March 8.

The White House announced that the President will welcome President Iván Duque Márquez of Colombia to the White House on March 10.

March 3

In the morning, in the Situation Room, the President participated in a secure video conference with Prime Minister Scott Morrison of Australia, Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India, and Prime Minister Fumio Kishida of Japan, to discuss the Russia's war against Ukraine, agree to stand up a new humanitarian assistance and disaster relief mechanism to enable Quad nations to meet future humanitarian challenges in the Indo-Pacific, and reaffirm their commitment to a free and open Indo-Pacific, in which the sovereignty and territorial integrity of all states is respected and countries are free from military, economic, and political coercion.

Later, he had an intelligence briefing.

During the day, in the Oval Office, the President met with Secretary of Energy Jennifer M. Granholm, National Economic Council Director Brian C. Deese, National Security Adviser Jacob

J. Sullivan, and other members of his national security team to discuss energy.

In the evening, the President had a telephone conversation with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine to receive an update on the fire at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant and join President Zelenskyy in urging Russia to cease its military activities in the area and allow firefighters and emergency responders to access the site. He also had a telephone conversation with Under Secretary of Energy for Nuclear Security and Administrator of the National Nuclear Security Administration Jill Hruby to receive an update on the situation at the plant.

March 4

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, prior to his remarks on manufacturing in the South Court Auditorium of the Dwight D. Eisenhower Executive Office Building, the President participated in a virtual tour and greeting with employees of Siemens USA manufacturing facilities in Pomona, CA, and Grand Prairie, TX. Siemens USA Chief Executive Officer Barbara Humpton also attended. Later, during his meeting with President Sauli Niinistö of Finland in the Oval Office, the President had a telephone conversation with Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson of Sweden to discuss Sweden-

U.S. relations. Later, he traveled to Greenville, DE, arriving in the evening.

In the evening, the President traveled to his residence, where he remained overnight. During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with President Andrzej Duda of

Poland to discuss the joint response, in close coordination with our allies and partners, to Russia's unprovoked and unjustified invasion of Ukraine, including ongoing efforts to impose severe consequences on Russia, the need for humanitarian assistance to Ukraine, and Poland's hospitality in hosting and assisting nearly 700,000 Ukrainians and others who have fled the war so far.

President Biden underscored the U.S. commitment to the security of Poland and other North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) allies and welcomed Poland's partnership in hosting 9,000

U.S. forces, including 4,700 additional servicemembers deployed there in recent weeks, to reassure eastern flank allies, deter Russian aggression against NATO, and stand with Polish counterparts to maintain security and stability in Europe.

The President announced the designation of the following individuals as members of a Presidential delegation to attend the U.S. National Day at the Expo 2020 Dubai in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, on March 6: Gina M. Raimondo (head of delegation); Sean Murphy; Roy D. Blunt; Jennifer Hall Godfrey; Maria Rosario Jackson; Robert Clark; Dilawar Syed; Barbara Leaf; and Meghan Gregonis.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Wilmington, DE, on March 5. The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will return to Washington,

DC, on March 6.

March 5

In the morning, the President traveled to Wilmington, DE, where, at the Hotel du Pont, he and Secretary of Labor Martin J. Walsh attended the Labor Unity Roundtable hosted by the AFL– CIO, with leaders of national labor unions, to discuss issues affecting union members, review the unprecedented economic growth and jobs numbers, including 678,000 jobs added in February and a 3.8-percent drop in the unemployment rate, and take note of administration efforts to create union jobs and protect Davis-Bacon provisions contained in the bipartisan infrastructure law and the American Rescue Plan. White House Senior Adviser Mike Donilon and Director of the Office of Public Engagement Cedric L. Richmond also attended.

In the afternoon, the President returned to his residence in Greenville, DE. Later, at the St.

Joseph on the Brandywine Roman Catholic Church, he attended Mass with his niece Missy Owens, granddaughter Natalie, daughter-in-law Hallie, and her father Ron Olivere.

In the evening, the President returned to his residence, where he remained overnight. Then, he had a telephone conversation with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine to highlight ongoing U.S. actions, along with those of allies, partners, and private industry, to raise the costs on Russia for its aggression in Ukraine, including the decision by Visa and Mastercard to suspend service in Russia, review his administration's efforts to surge security, humanitarian, and economic assistance to Ukraine, working closely with Congress to secure additional funding, and reiterate his concern about the recent Russian attack on a Ukrainian nuclear power plant, commending the skill and bravery of the Ukrainian operators who kept the reactors in safe condition.

March 6

In the morning, from his residence in Greenville, DE, the President was briefed on the devastating impact of tornadoes that struck Iowa on March 5, reached out to Gov. Kimberly K. Reynolds of Iowa, and directed Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro N. Mayorkas and Federal Emergency Management Agency Administrator Deanne Bennett Criswell to remain in close contact with State and local officials as they assess damage and determine what Federal assistance would be needed.

In the evening, the President and Dr. Biden returned to Washington, DC. Their niece Missy Owens accompanied them. He also received a negative result on a COVID–19 test.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Fort Worth, TX, on March 8.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Philadelphia, PA, on March 11.

March 7

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. Later, in the Situation Room, the President participated in a secure videoconference with President Emmanuel Macron of France, Chancellor Olaf Scholz of Germany, and Prime Minister Boris Johnson of the United Kingdom to

discuss the latest developments regarding Russia and Ukraine, affirm their determination to continue raising the costs on Russia for its unprovoked and unjustified invasion of Ukraine, and underscore their commitment to continue providing security, economic, and humanitarian assistance to Ukraine.

During the day, the President joined portions of meetings between members of the Congressional Black Caucus and Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus and White House senior staff to discuss shared policy priorities.

March 8

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. Later, he traveled to Fort Worth, TX, arriving in the afternoon.

In the afternoon, at the Fort Worth VA Clinic, the President toured the facility with Veterans Affairs North Texas Health Care Executive Medical Center Director Stephen R. Holt, greeted veteran patients, met with health care providers to discuss the health effects of environmental exposures such as burn pits, and received a briefing on primary care and specialty health services for veterans. Secretary of Veterans Affairs Denis R. McDonough, Reps. Colin Z. Allred, Marc A. Veasey, and Jake Ellzey, Mayor Mattie Parker of Fort Worth, TX, and County Judge P. Glen Whitley of the Tarrant County Commissioners Court also participated. Later, following his remarks at the Tarrant County Resource Connection, he participated in a photo line with State and local officials and had a telephone conversation with Joey and Paula Reed, parents of Trevor Reed, a U.S. marine veteran who was detained by Russian authorities in 2019, to reiterate his commitment to doing everything he can to bring their son home, staying in close touch with them through his national security team, and finding a time to meet in person. Then, he returned to Washington, DC, arriving in the evening.

The President announced the designation of the following individuals as members of a Presidential delegation to attend the Inauguration of Gabriel Boric Font as President of Chile in to Valparaíso, Chile, on March 11: Isabella Casillas Guzman (head of delegation); Richard Glenn; Brian A. Nichols; and Isabel Allende.

The President announced his intention to nominate Kate E. Heinzelman to be General Counsel of the Central Intelligence Agency.

The President announced his intention to nominate Joseph Goffman to be Assistant Administrator for Air and Radiation at the Environmental Protection Agency.

The President announced his intention to nominate Paul M. Rosen to be Assistant Secretary for Investment Security at the Office of International Affairs of the Department of the Treasury.

The President announced his intention to nominate Evelyn N. Wang to be Director of the Advanced Research Project Agency–Energy at the Department of Energy.

The President announced his intention to nominate David Applegate to be Director of the

U.S. Geological Survey at the Department of the Interior.

March 9

In the morning, in the Oval Office, the President had an intelligence briefing.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with President-elect Yoon Suk Yeol of South Korea to congratulate him on his election, affirm the strength of the U.S. alliance with South Korea, emphasize the U.S. commitment to the defense of South Korea, and note cooperation on key global challenges, including climate change, the COVID–19 pandemic, and supply chains, as well as close coordination in addressing the threat posed by North Korea's nuclear and missile programs.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Philadelphia, PA, on March 11.

The President announced his intention to nominate Shereef M. Elnahal to be Under Secretary for Health for the Veterans Health Administration at the Department of Veterans Affairs.

The President announced his intention to nominate Ray Jefferson to be Under Secretary for Benefits for the Veterans Benefits Administration at the Department of Veterans Affairs.

The President announced his intention to nominate Rita Landgraf to be Assistant Secretary for Aging at the Department of Health and Human Services.

The President announced his intention to nominate Roselyn Tso to be Director of the Indian Health Service at the Department of Health and Human Services

The President announced his intention to nominate Patrick Murphy to be Chair of the Asset and Infrastructure Review Commission at the Department of Veterans Affairs.

The President announced his intention to nominate Jonathan Woodson to be Vice Chair of the Asset and Infrastructure Review Commission, Department of Veterans Affairs

The President announced his intention to nominate the following individuals to be members of the Asset and Infrastructure Review Commission at the Department of Veterans Affairs: William C. Blake; Michael Blecker; Christine Hill; Joyce M. Johnson; Lucretia M. McClenney; and José R. Ramos.

March 10

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. Later, the President had a telephone conversation with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey to discuss their shared concern about Russia's unprovoked and unjustified invasion of Ukraine, reaffirm their strong support for the Government and people of Ukraine, underscore the need for an immediate cessation of Russian aggression, and welcome the coordinated international response to the crisis. President Biden expressed appreciation for Turkey's efforts to support a diplomatic resolution to the conflict, as well as Turkey's recent engagements with regional leaders to help promote peace and stability.

March 11

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. Later, he traveled to Philadelphia,

PA.

In the afternoon, at the Hilton Philadelphia at Penn's Landing hotel, prior to his remarks at

the House Democratic Caucus Issues Conference, the President greeted Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Majority Leader Steny H. Hoyer, Majority Whip James E. Clyburn, Assistant Speaker Katherine

M. Clark, and Democratic Caucus Chairman Hakeem S. Jeffries and Vice Chairman Peter R. Aguilar. Later, at Hon. Luis Muñoz-Marín Elementary School, he participated in a photo line with State, local, and labor leaders. Then, he and Secretary of Education Miguel A. Cardona toured the library and a classroom with Principal Amanda Jones, received an overview on afterschool art and language programs from teachers Courtney Allred and Wilma Hernandez, and visited with students. Gov. Thomas W. Wolf of Pennsylvania, Mayor Jim Kenney of Philadelphia, Reps. Brendan F. Boyle and Mary Gay Scanlon, and American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten, and National Education Association Secretary-Treasurer Noel Candelaria. Later, the President traveled to Camp David, MD.

In the evening, at Camp David, the President signed H.J. Res. 75, the Extension of Continuing Appropriations Act, 2022. He remained overnight at Camp David.

During the day, the President spoke with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine to underscore his support for the Ukrainian people as they continue to defend their country against Russia's unprovoked and unjustified attack, including by surging U.S. security, humanitarian, and economic assistance to Ukraine, and update him on U.S. actions in coordination with the Group of Seven (G–7) nations and the European Union to further raise the costs on Russia.

The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will return to Washington, DC, on March 13.

The President announced his intention to nominate Shefali Razdan Duggal to be Ambassador to the Netherlands.

The President announced his intention to nominate Susie Feliz to be Assistant Secretary for Legislative and Intergovernmental Affairs at the Department of Commerce.

The President announced his intention to nominate Brendan Owens to be Assistant Secretary for Energy, Installations, and Environment at the Department of Defense.

The President announced his intention to nominate Russell Rumbaugh to be Assistant Secretary for Financial Management (Comptroller) at the Department of the Navy.

The President announced his intention to nominate Rheanne Wirkkala to be Assistant Secretary for Legislative Affairs at the Department of Defense.

The President announced his intention to nominate Carmen G. Cantor to be Assistant Secretary for Insular and International Affairs at the Department of the Interior.

The President announced his intention to nominate Naz Durakoglu to be Assistant Secretary for Legislative Affairs at the Department of State.

The President announced his intention to nominate Rebecca F. Dye to be a Commissioner of the Federal Maritime Commission.

The President announced his intention to nominate Luis Botello to be a member of the International Broadcasting Advisory Board of the U.S. Agency for Global Media.

The President announced his intention to nominate Kenneth Jarin to be a member of the International Broadcasting Advisory Board of the U.S. Agency for Global Media and, upon confirmation, designate him Chair.

The President announced his intention to nominate Janet Keller to be member of the U.S. Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy.

The President announces his intention to appoint the following individuals as members of the President's Committee for People With Intellectual Disabilities: Shawn Aleong; Paul Aronsohn; Paul Boskind; Eva Bunnell; James T. Brett; Hillary Dunn Stanisz; Kara Jones; Nicole Jorwic; Cathy Kanefsky; M. Brent Leonhard; Joseph M. Macbeth; Gabriel Martinez; Lucy Meyer; Tia Nelis; Santa Perez; Nick Perry; James Trout; Wendy Strauss; Liz Weintraub; and Jordyn Zimmerman.

The President announced his intention to appoint Eugene W. Stetson III as a member of the President's Advisory Committee on the Arts and, upon appointment, designate him Chair.

The President announced his intention to appoint the following individuals as members of the President's Advisory Committee on the Arts: Andi Bernstein, Christopher J. Carrera; Barbaralee Diamonstein-Spielvogel; Barbara Gamson; Melissa Hedden; Lorna M. Johnson; Bonnie Lautenberg; Allison Putala; Sunil Puri; Charles Pohlad; Diane M. Robertson; Thomas Safran; and Andrew Tavakoli.

The President declared a major disaster in Virginia and ordered Federal assistance to supplement Commonwealth, Tribal, and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by a severe winter storm and snowstorm on January 2 and 3.

The President declared a major disaster in Tennessee and ordered Federal assistance to supplement State and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by a severe winter storm on February 3 and 4.

March 12

During the day, the President submitted to and received a negative result on a COVID–19

test.

March 13

In the afternoon, the President and Dr. Biden returned to Washington, DC.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with President Emmanuel Macron of France to discuss Russia's war against Ukraine, review recent diplomatic engagements, and underscore their commitment to hold Russia accountable for its actions and support the Government and people of Ukraine.

The White House announced that the President will welcome Prime Minister Micheál Martin of Ireland to the White House on March 17.

March 14

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, at the Marriott Marquis Washington, DC, hotel, prior to his remarks to the National League of Cities Congressional City Conference, the President participated in a photo line with city officials, conference attendees, and league leadership.

In the evening, the President had a telephone conversation with his daughter Ashley.

During the day, in the Oval Office, the President signed H.R. 3665, legislation to designate the medical center of the Department of Veterans Affairs in San Diego, CA, as the Jennifer Moreno Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, and to support the designation of a component of such medical center in honor of Kathleen Bruyere, which was assigned Public Law No. 117–98. Reps. Michael T. Levin, Scott H. Peters, and Juan C. Vargas also attended. Also in the Oval Office, he signed S. 854, the Methamphetamine Response Act of 2021, which was assigned Public Law No. 117–99. Rep. Peters also attended.

The President declared a major disaster in Alaska and ordered Federal assistance to supplement State, Tribal, and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by the severe winter storm and straight-line winds from January 1 through 4.

March 15

In the morning, in the Oval Office, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, in the Green Room, the President greeted Secretary of Energy Jennifer M. Granholm, U.S. Trade Representative Katherine C. Tai, Administrator of the Small Business Administration Isabel Casillas Guzman, Director of National Intelligence Avril D. Haines, and Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers Celia E. Rouse ahead of an Equal Pay Day event celebrating Women's History Month.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Brussels, Belgium, on March

24.

The President declared a major disaster in Maine and ordered Federal assistance to supplement State, Tribal, and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by a severe storm and flooding on October 30 and 31.

March 16

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. Then, from the Residence, in his private library, he viewed a broadcast of the virtual address by President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine to Members of the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate.

In the afternoon, in the Green Room, the President greeted Ruth Glenn, chief executive officer and president of the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, actor and advocate Angelina Jolie, and her daughter Zahara Marley Jolie-Pitt.

Also in the afternoon, in the Red Room, the President greeted Members of Congress prior to making remarks on the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act, which was included in H.R. 2471, the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2022, approved March 15 and assigned Public Law No. 117–103.

During the day, in the State Dining Room, the President dropped by a "Cancer Cabinet" meeting with Cabinet members, agency representatives, and senior White House advisers, including Domestic Policy Council Director Susan E. Rice.

March 17

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with U.S. Ambassador to Ireland Claire D. Cronin. He also spoke with Federal Emergency Management Agency Administrator Deanne Bennett Criswell.

The White House announced that the President will have a telephone conversation with President Xi Jinping of China on March 18.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Brussels, Belgium, on March 23 and 24.

The President announced the appointment of Julia A. Wickard as State Executive Director for Indiana at the Farm Service Agency of the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Jeffrey Holmes as State Executive Director for New Hampshire at the Farm Service Agency of the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Steve Dick as State Executive Director for South Dakota at the Farm Service Agency of the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Deidre Deculus Robert as Louisiana State Director for Rural Development at the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Lucas Ingvolstad as Nevada State Director for Rural Development at the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Erin Oban as North Dakota State Director for Rural Development at the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Nikki Gronli as South Dakota State Director for Rural Development at the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Perry M. Hickman as Virginia State Director for Rural Development at the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Ryan Thorn as West Virginia State Director for Rural Development at the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Thomas Sivak Regional Administrator for Region 5 at the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

The President announced the appointment of Juana Matias as Regional Administrator for Region 1 at the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

The President announced the appointment of Candace Valenzuela as Regional Administrator for Region 6 at the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

March 18

In the morning, in the Situation Room, the President a secure videoconference with President Xi Jinping of China to discuss Russia's unprovoked invasion of Ukraine, outline the views and response efforts of the U.S., allies, and partners, including by imposing costs on Russia, and describe the implications and consequences China should provide material support to Russia during its brutal attacks against Ukrainian cities and civilians. The leaders agreed on the importance of maintaining open lines of communication to manage competition. President Biden reiterated that U.S. policy on Taiwan had not changed and would continue to oppose any unilateral changes to the status quo. Later, he had an intelligence briefing.

During the day, in the Oval Office, the President signed H.R. 2497, the Amache National Historic Site Act, which was assigned Public Law No. 117–106. Sen. John W. Hickenlooper, Reps. Judy M. Chu and Mark A. Takano, Chair of the Council on Environmental Quality Brenda Mallory, National Park Service Director Charles F. Sams III, White House Asian American and Pacific Islander Senior Liaison Erika L. Moritsugu, and National Parks Conservation Association President and Chief Executive Officer Theresa Pierno also attended. Also in the Oval Office, he signed H.R. 189, the John Lewis NIMHD Research Endowment Revitalization Act of 2021, which was assigned Public Law No. 117–104. Secretary of Health and Human Services Xavier Becerra, Reps. Frank J. Pallone, Jr., Nanette Diaz Barragán, and Nikema Williams, National Institutes of Health Acting Director Lawrence A. Tabak, and National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities Director Eliseo J. Pérez-Stable also attended. Also in the Oval Office, he signed H.R. 1667, the Dr. Lorna Breen Health Care Provider Protection Act, which was assigned Public Law No. 117–105. Secretary Becerra, Sen. Timothy M. Kaine, Reps.

Pallone, Chu, Susan E. Wild, and S. Raja Krishnamoorthi, Office of National Drug Control Policy Director Rahul Gupta, Health and Human Services Region 2 Director Dara Kass, and Rosemary Breen, mother, Jennifer Breen Feist, sister, J. Corey Feist, brother-in-law, and Charlotte Feist, niece, of Dr. Lorna Breen, former director of the emergency room at New York- Presbyterian's Allen Hospital in New York City, where, during the spring of 2020, she treated patients with COVID–19, contracted the virus herself, and later died by suicide.

In the afternoon, the President traveled to Rehoboth Beach, DE, arriving in the evening.

Prior to departure from the White House, on the South Lawn, he greeted visitors gathered at the rope line and brought members of the Breen and Feist families aboard Marine One for a look at the aircraft.

In the evening, the President traveled to his residence, where he remained overnight. The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will return to Washington,

DC, on March 20.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Brussels, Belgium, on March 23 and 24.

The President announced his intention to nominate Candace A. Bond to be Ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago.

The President announced his intention to nominate Timmy T. Davis to be Ambassador to Qatar.

The President announced his intention to nominate Puneet Talwar to be Ambassador to Morocco.

The President announced his intention to nominate Nasser H. Paydar to be Assistant Secretary for Postsecondary Education at the Department of Education.

The President announced his intention to nominate Michael Lombardo to be a member of the National Council on the Arts.

March 20

In the afternoon, the President and Dr. Biden returned to Washington, DC.

In the evening, the President had a telephone conversation with Supreme Court Associate Justice–designate Ketanji Brown Jackson to wish her good luck on her upcoming confirmation hearings before the Senate Judiciary Committee set to begin on March 21.

The White House announced that the President will participate in a secure video conference with President Emmanuel Macron of France, Chancellor Olaf Scholz of Germany, Prime Minister Mario Draghi of Italy, and Prime Minister Boris Johnson of the United Kingdom from the White House on March 21.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Brussels, Belgium, on March 23 and 24.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Warsaw, Poland, on March 25 and 26.

The White House announced that the President will meet with President Andrzej Duda of Poland on March 26.

March 21

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. Later, in the Situation Room, he participated in a secure video conference with President Emmanuel Macron of France, Chancellor Olaf Scholz of Germany, Prime Minister Mario Draghi of Italy, and Prime Minister Boris Johnson of the United Kingdom to discuss Russia's brutal tactics in Ukraine, including attacks on civilians, underscore their continued support for Ukraine, including by providing security assistance to the Ukrainians who are defending their country from Russian aggression and humanitarian assistance to the millions of Ukrainians who have fled the violence, and review recent diplomatic efforts in support of Ukraine's attempt to reach a cease-fire.

During the day, in the State Dining Room, the President joined a meeting convened by Secretary of the Treasury Janet L. Yellen, Secretary of Commerce Gina M. Raimondo, National Security Adviser Jacob J. Sullivan, Director of the Office of Public Engagement Cedric L. Richmond, and National Economic Council Director Brian C. Deese with chief executive officers of major companies across several industries including energy, food, and manufacturing to provide a briefing on the latest developments on Russia's unprovoked and unjustified war against Ukraine, convey the administration's commitment to continue imposing heavy costs on Russia's war machine and support the people of Ukraine, while taking concrete actions to mitigate the price increases on U.S. consumers and ease disruptions to global markets and supply chains, especially for energy and agricultural commodities, and identify alternative sources of supply for

key goods. Throughout the day, he received updates from his team on the progress of Supreme Court Associate Justice–designate Ketanji Brown Jackson's confirmation hearings before the Senate Judiciary Committee. He also viewed portions of the televised broadcast of the hearings.

Also during the day, the President also submitted to and received a negative result on a COVID–19 test.

March 22

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

During the day, the President submitted to a Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) swab for COVID–19 and received a negative result. He also viewed portions of the televised broadcast of Supreme Court Associate Justice–designate Ketanji Brown Jackson's confirmation hearings before the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Also during the day, in the Oval Office, the President met with his senior advisers to discuss title 42 public health policies in force at the U.S. border with Mexico.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Brussels, Belgium, on March 23 and 24 and Warsaw, Poland, on March 25 and 26.

March 23

In the afternoon, the President traveled to Brussels, Belgium, arriving in the evening. In the evening, upon arrival at the Brussels Airport, the President was greeted by Prime

Minister Alexander de Croo of Belgium and diplomatic staff and their spouses. President Biden thanked the Prime Minister for Belgium's support in the European Union for sanctions against Russia and for ongoing coordination in providing security assistance to Ukraine. Then, he traveled to the U.S. Chief of Mission Residence, where he remained overnight.

The President announced his intention to appoint José Ramón Andrés Puerta and Elena Delle Donne as members of the President's Council on Sports, Fitness, and Nutrition and, upon appointment, designate them Cochairs.

The President announced his intention to appoint Lisa E. Delplace as a member of the Commission of Fine Arts

The President announced his intention to appoint the following individuals as members of the President's Committee on the National Medal of Science: May Berenbaum; Rafael Bras; Joan Ferrini-Mundy; Erika Gonzalez; Juan Maldacena; Cora Bagley Marrett; Valerie Montgomery Rice; Craig Partridge; Padma Raghavan; Pedro A. Sanchez; Robert M. Sellers; and Cherese Winstead.

The President announced his intention to appoint Stephen E. Condrey as a member of the Federal Salary Council and, upon appointment, designate him Chair.

The President announced his intention to appoint Jared J. Llorens and Janice R. Lachance as members of the Federal Salary Council.

March 24

In the morning, the President traveled to North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Headquarters, where he was greeted by Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, U.S. Permanent Representative to NATO Julianne Smith, and Chief of Protocol for the U.S. Rufus Gifford. Then, he met with Secretary General Stoltenberg to discuss the unity and strength of the alliance and NATO's ongoing efforts to deter and defend against any aggression and support the Government

and people of Ukraine, followed by a family photo with leaders of NATO countries. National Security Adviser Jacob J. Sullivan also attended.

In the afternoon, also at NATO Headquarters, the President met with Prime Minister Fumio Kishida of Japan to condemn North Korea's test launch of a long-range ballistic missile, stress the need for diplomacy and cooperation in order to hold the North Korea accountable, and convey to the Prime Minister the U.S. commitment to the security of Japan and South Korea as well as thank him for Japan's robust response to Russia's actions in Ukraine. Then, he participated in a family photo with leaders of Group of Seven (G–7) nations. On the margins of the NATO and G– 7 summits, he had separate meetings with President Emmanuel Macron of France and Prime Minister Mario Draghi of Italy to discuss the strong commitment of the U.S. and European allies to continue holding Russia accountable for its actions in Ukraine support the Government and people of Ukraine.

In the evening, the President traveled to the Europa Building, where he was greeted by European Council Head of Protocol Ragnheidur Roubineau, U.S. Ambassador to the European Union Mark Gitenstein, and Ambassador Gifford. Then, he met with President Charles Yvon Michel of the European Council and participated in a European Council plenary meeting. Later, he returned to the U.S. Chief of Mission Residence, where he remained overnight.

The White House announced that the President will meet with President Ursula von der Leyen of the European Commission on March 25.

The President declared a major disaster in Alaska and ordered Federal assistance to supplement State, Tribal, and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by a severe winter storm and straight-line winds from December 25 through 27, 2021.

March 25

In the morning, the President traveled to the U.S. Mission to the European Union. Later, he traveled to Jasionka, Poland, arriving in the afternoon.

In the afternoon, upon arrival at the Rzeszów-Jasionka Airport, the President was greeted by Minister of Defense Mariusz Blaszczak, Ambassador to the U.S. Marek Magierowski, Commander of the Armed Forces Operational Command Gen. Tomasz Piotrowski, and Commanding General of the 18th Division Gen. Jaroslaw Gromadziński of Poland; and U.S. Ambassador to Poland Mark Brzezinski. Then, he traveled to the G2A Arena Centrum Wystawienniczo-Kongresowe Województwa Podkarpackiego, where, at a barber shop, he and Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III visited with members of the U.S. Army's 82d Airborne Division who were waiting for haircuts and, in a nearby cafeteria, greeted U.S. servicemembers who had just finished a pizza lunch. Later, he and Secretary Austin toured the facility, and in an equipment hangar at the Rzeszów-Jasionka Airport, the President was greeted by President Andrzej Duda of Poland and participated in a photo line with U.S. Embassy staff from Kyiv and other officials aiding the Ukraine response. U.S. Agency for International Development Administrator Samantha Power also attended.

Later in the afternoon, prior to departure from the Rzeszów-Jasionka Airport, as he boarded Air Force One, the President was greeted by Governor Ewa Leniart of Podkarpackie and Speaker of the Podkarpackie Assembly Wladyslaw Ortyl of Poland; and Sgt. Jacob White, USA, Staff Sgt. Eric Louive, USA, Spc. Kevin Maya, USA, and Staff Sgt. Alexis Gradillagomez, USA, TSgt.

Taylor Thornton, USA, 82nd Airborne Division. Then, he traveled to Warsaw, Poland, arriving in the evening.

In the evening, upon arrival at the Warsaw Chopin International Airport, the President was greeted by Minister in the Office of the President Malgorzata Paprocka of Poland; and Deputy

Chief of Mission B. Bix Aliu and Defense Attaché Col. Eric Trychon of the U.S. Embassy in Warsaw. Then, he traveled to the Warsaw Marriott Hotel, where he remained overnight.

During the day, the President also received a negative result on a COVID–19 test.

The White House announced that the President will welcome Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong of Singapore to the White House on March 29.

March 26

In the morning, at the Warsaw Marriott Hotel, the President dropped by a meeting among Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken and Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III and Minister of Foreign Affairs Dmytro Kuleba and Minister of Defense Oleksii Reznikov of Ukraine to receive an update on Ukraine's military, diplomatic, and humanitarian situation. The President updated the Ministers on U.S. efforts to rally the world in support of Ukraine's fight against Russian aggression, including through the President's meetings this week in Belgium, the significant U.S. military and humanitarian assistance to Ukraine, and ongoing multilateral actions to hold President Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin of Russia accountable.

In the afternoon, the President traveled to the Presidential Palace, where he participated in an official arrival ceremony and reviewed the troops with President Andrzej Duda of Poland. Then, also at the Presidential Palace, he and President Duda had a restricted bilateral meeting to discuss ongoing international efforts to impose sanctions on Russia for its unjustified and unprovoked attack on Ukraine, review their shared commitment to continue supporting the Government and people of Ukraine, thank President Duda and the people of Poland for opening their homes and hearts to Ukrainian refugees, pledge continued U.S. support for these humanitarian assistance efforts, and underscore the unwavering U.S. commitment to article 5 and the security of all North Atlantic Treaty Organization allies. The leaders discussed Poland-U.S. defense cooperation and

U.S. support for Europe's efforts to reduce its reliance on Russian energy and toward meeting climate goals. Secretary Blinken and Head of International Policy Bureau Jakub Kumoch of Poland also attended. Later, he traveled to PGE Narodowy Stadium, where he was greeted by Mayor Rafal Trzaskowski of Warsaw and Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki of Poland. Then, they visited with Ukrainian refugees and volunteers and were briefed by Polish officials and nongovernmental organizations, such as World Central Kitchen, providing humanitarian services to refugees. Think Food Group Chair Emeritus and World Food Kitchen Founder and Chief Feeding Officer José Ramón Andrés Puerta, U.S. Ambassador to Poland Mark F. Brzezinski, Secretary Blinken, U.S. Agency for International Development Administrator Samantha Power, and World Central Kitchen Relief Team Culinary Operations Manager Elyssa Kaplan and Chef Lead Cathy Kossack also attended.

Later in the afternoon, the President returned to the Marriott Hotel. Later, he traveled to the Royal Castle, arriving in the evening.

In the evening, the President returned to Royal Air Force Mildenhall, United Kingdom, where, during a refueling stop, he invited several U.S. servicemembers aboard Air Force One for a tour and brief visit. Then, he returned to Washington, DC, arriving early the following morning. While en route aboard Air Force One, he had a telephone conversation with Belarusian democratic opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya to thank her for attending his speech in Warsaw and underscore continued U.S. support for the Belarusian people in defending and advancing human rights, freedom of expression, and free and fair elections.

March 27

In the evening, following Mass at Holy Trinity Catholic Church, the President answered a question from a reporter.

March 28

In the morning, in the Oval Office, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had an intelligence briefing. He also received a negative result on a COVID–19 test.

During the day, in the Roosevelt Room, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris met with members of the Congressional Women's Caucus.

The President made additional disaster assistance available to Alaska by authorizing an increase in the level of Federal funding for Public Assistance projects undertaken in the State as a result of an earthquake on November 30, 2018.

March 29

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. Then, in the Situation Room, he participated in a secure video conference with President Emmanuel Macron of France, Chancellor Olaf Scholz of Germany, Prime Minister Mario Draghi of Italy, and Prime Minister Boris Johnson of the United Kingdom to affirm their determination to continue raising costs on Russia for its brutal attacks in Ukraine, as well as to continue supplying Ukraine with security assistance to defend itself against Russia's unjustified and unprovoked assault; review their efforts to provide humanitarian assistance to the millions affected by the violence, both inside Ukraine and seeking refuge in other countries, underscoring the need for humanitarian access to civilians in Mariupol; and note the importance of supporting stable energy markets in light of current disruptions due to sanctions.

In the afternoon, in the Rotunda of the U.S. Capitol, the paid his respects at a public viewing of former Rep. Donald E. Young who lay in state.

The President announced his intention to nominate Dean Thompson to be Ambassador to Nepal.

The President announced his intention to nominate Travis LeBlanc to be a member of the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board.

The President declared a major disaster in Washington and ordered Federal assistance to supplement State, Tribal, and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by severe winter storms, straight-line winds, flooding, landslides, and mudslides from January 1 through 15.

The President declared a major disaster exists in Puerto Rico and ordered Federal aid to supplement Commonwealth and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by a severe storm, flooding, and landslides from February 4 through 6.

March 30

In the morning, in the Oval Office, the President had an intelligence briefing. Later, he had a telephone conversation with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine to discuss the ongoing work by the U.S. and its allies to deliver military, economic, and humanitarian assistance to Ukraine and impose severe costs on Russia for its aggression against Ukraine, and review the

U.S. fulfillment of security assistance requests from Ukraine, the critical effects those weapons have had on the conflict, and continued efforts by the U.S., allies, and partners to identify additional capabilities to help the Ukrainian military defend its country. President Biden informed President Zelenskyy of the U.S. intention to provide Ukraine with $500 million in direct budgetary aid and reviewed additional sanctions and humanitarian assistance announced last week. President Zelenskyy updated President Biden on the status of Ukraine's negotiations with Russia.

In the afternoon, in the Private Dining Room, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had lunch. Later, in the Roosevelt Room, he met with members of the congressional New

Democrat Coalition, including Reps. Suzan K. DelBene, Amerish B. Bera, Sharice L. Davids, Ann McLane Kuster, and Scott H. Peters. Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers Cecilia E. Rouse, Director of the Office of Public Engagement Cedric L. Richmond, Domestic Policy Council Director Susan E. Rice, White House Director of Legislative Affairs Louisa Terrell, Office of Management and Budget Director Shalanda D. Young, and Deputy National Climate Adviser Ali Zaidi also attended.

In the evening, in the Roosevelt Room, the President met with members of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, including Reps. Pramila Jayapal, Katherine M. Porter, Ilhan

A. Omar, Mark Pocan, Raúl M. Grijalva, and Barbara J. Lee. National Economic Council Brian

C. Deese, White House Director of Presidential Personnel Gautam Raghavan, Directors Richmond, Rice, and Terrell, and Deputy Adviser Zaidi also attended.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with Prime Minister Naftali Bennett of Israel to express his condolences for the terrorist attacks that killed 11 people in three Israeli cities, emphasize firm U.S. support for Israel in the face of the terrorist threat, discuss the importance of regional partnerships, as exemplified by the Abraham Accords and the Negev Summit, in promoting security and improving the lives of people across the Middle East, and offer all appropriate assistance to Israel as it confronts threats to its citizens. He also met with Joey and Paula Reed, parents of Trevor Reed, a U.S. marine veteran who was detained by Russian authorities in 2019, to reiterate his commitment to secure the release of their son Trevor, Paul Whelan, and other U.S. citizens wrongfully held in Russia and elsewhere and provide all possible assistance until they and others are freed and returned home to their families.

March 31

In the morning, in the Oval Office, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had an intelligence briefing.

The President announced his intention to appoint the following individuals to serve as members of the President’s Board of Advisers on Historically Black Colleges and Universities: Makola M. Abdullah; Javaune Adams-Gaston; Paige Blake; Thasunda Brown Duckett; Willie A. Deese; Patrick Cokley; Monica Goldson; Brett J. Hart; Taraji P. Henson; Beverly W. Hogan; Lisa

P. Jackson; Shevrin D. Jones; Walter M. Kimbrough; William F.L. Moses; Christopher E. Paul; Quinton T. Ross, Jr.; Ruth J. Simmons; and Janeen Uzzell.

April 1

In the morning, in the Oval Office, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, the President traveled to Greenville, DE, where, at his residence, he remained overnight.

During the day, in the Roosevelt Room and Oval Office, the President met with Congressional LGBTQ+ Equality Caucus Chair David N. Cicilline and Cochairs Sean P. Maloney, Mark Pocan, Mondaire Jones, and Ritchie J. Torres.

The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will travel to Wilmington, DE, on April 2.

The President announced his intention to nominate Robert F. Godec to be Ambassador to Thailand

The President announced his intention to nominate Vinay Singh to be Chief Financial Officer at the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

The President announced his intention to nominate Kalpana Kotagal to be a Commissioner on the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

April 2

In the morning, the President and Dr. Biden traveled to Wilmington, DE.

In the afternoon, at the Port of Wilmington, following his remarks at the commissioning ceremony for the USS Delaware, the President and Dr. Biden participated in a photo opportunity with crewmembers of the Virginia-class attack submarine and toured the vessel. Then, they returned to Greenville, DE, where, at their residence, they remained overnight.

April 3

In the afternoon, at the Fieldstone Golf Club, the President played golf with his brother-in- law John T. Owens, grandson R. Hunter Biden II, and a friend of Hunter's.

The White House that the President will return to Washington, DC, on April 3.

April 4

In the morning, the President returned to Washington, DC. Later, he had an intelligence briefing.

During the day, the President submitted to and received a negative result on a COVID–19

test.

April 5

In the morning, in the Oval Office, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, in the Private Dining Room, the President had lunch with former President Barack Obama.

April 6

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the evening, the President submitted to and received a negative result on a COVID–19

test.

The President announced his intention to nominate Carol Spahn to be Director of the Peace

Corps.

The President announced his intention to nominate Robin Hutcheson to be Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administrator at the Department of Transportation.

The President announced his intention to nominate Jaime Lizárraga and Mark T. Uyeda to be Commissioners on the Securities and Exchange Commission.

The President announced his intention to nominate Vincent Logan to be a member of the Farm Credit Administration.

April 7

In the morning, in the Oval Office, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, in the Roosevelt Room, the President joined White House senior staff to view the results of the Senate vote on the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson. Judge Jackson also attended.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with brothers Safiullah Rauf and Anees Khalil, a U.S. citizen and a lawful permanent resident, respectively, who were released last

week from detention in Afghanistan, to welcome them home and commend the efforts of all who worked to secure their release.

April 8

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

Later in the morning, the President introduced incoming Supreme Court Associate Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson to members of his staff in a private greeting. Vice President Kamala D. Harris and the President's granddaughter Naomi also participated. He also signed Judge Jackson's commission. Members of her family also attended.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with President Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa to discuss South Africa-U.S. relations, as well as global challenges brought on by Russia's further invasion of Ukraine, addressing climate change, and enhancing the bilateral partnership on trade, health security, and the COVID–19 pandemic. The leaders shared views on the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Ukraine and the impact of the crisis on supply chains, commodity prices, and food security in Africa.

Also during the day, the President submitted to and received a negative result on a COVID– 19 test.

The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will travel to Wilmington, DE, on April 9.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Greensboro, NC, on April 14. The White House announced that the President will travel to Camp David, MD, on April 14.

April 9

In the afternoon, the President and Dr. Biden traveled to Arlington, VA. Upon arrival at the Pentagon, they traveled to Greenville, DE, where, at their residence, they remained overnight.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Menlo, IA, on April 12.

April 10

The White House announced that the President will meet virtually with Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India on April 11.

The White House announced that the President will return to Washington, DC, on April 11. The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Menlo, IA, on April

12.

April 11

In the morning, the President returned to Washington, DC. Prior to arrival at the White House, he submitted to and received a negative result on a COVID–19 test. Later, he had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, following his remarks on gun violence prevention in the Rose Garden, the President invited Fred Guttenberg, whose daughter Jaime was killed in the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL, on February 14, 2018, back to the Oval Office, and upon learning that it was Mr. Guttenberg's anniversary, the President had a telephone conversation with Mr. Guttenberg's wife Jennifer to wish her a happy anniversary.

The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will host the annual White House Easter Egg Roll on April 18.

The President announced that he has named Christopher J. Dodd of Connecticut and Debbie Mucarsel-Powell as Special Advisers for the Ninth Summit of the Americas in Los Angeles, CA, from June 6 through 10.

April 12

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. Then, he had a telephone conversation with Prime Minister Boris Johnson of the United Kingdom to discuss the Prime Minister's recent visit to Ukraine, affirm their joint commitment to continue providing security and humanitarian assistance to Ukraine in the face of ongoing atrocities by Russia, and welcome further cooperation with allies and partners to impose severe costs on Russia for its unprovoked and unjustified war. The President was also briefed on the latest developments regarding the subway shooting in New York City. Later, he traveled to Menlo, IA, arriving in the afternoon.

While en route aboard Air Force One, he met with White House Press Secretary Jennifer R. Psaki to discuss the shooting in New York City.

In the afternoon, at a POET Bioprocessing facility, the President toured the bioethanol production plant with Regional Vice President Matthew "Jack" Mitchell, stopping at grain silos, a control room, and fermentation tanks, and visited with employees, including Laboratory Manager Yolanda Raices, Plant Operations Manager Darcy Hommer, and Materials Manager Adam Kent. Rep. Cynthia L. Axne also participated. Following his remarks, he participated in a photo line with State and local officials. Later, he returned to Washington, DC, arriving in the evening.

April 13

In the morning, in the Oval Office, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had an intelligence briefing. Later, he had a telephone conversation with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy to update him on ongoing U.S. support for Ukraine.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Greensboro, NC, on April 14.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Portsmouth, NH, on April 19. The President announced the designation of the following individuals as members of a

Presidential delegation to attend the Fifth Invictus Games in the Hague, Netherlands, on April 16:

Peter P.M. Buttigieg (head of delegation); Marja Verloop; L. Tammy Duckworth; Donald M. Remy; Gina Ortiz Jones; and Rory M. Brosius.

The President announced the nomination of John Z. Lee to be a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.

The President announced the nomination of Salvador Mendoza, Jr., to be a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

The President announced the nomination of Stephen H. Locher to be a judge on the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Iowa.

The President announced the nomination of Nancy L. Maldonado to be a judge on the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.

The President announced the nomination of Gregory B. Williams to be a judge on the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware.

April 14

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. Later, he traveled to Greensboro, NC, arriving in the afternoon.

In the afternoon, upon arrival at the Piedmont Triad International Airport, he was greeted by

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Michael S. Regan and his son Matthew, Gov. Roy A. Cooper III of North Carolina, Rep. Kathy A. Manning, Mayor Nancy Vaughan of Greensboro, NC, and Guilford County Board of Commissioners Chair Melvin "Skip" Alston. Then, he, Administrator Regan, and Matthew traveled to North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, where the President was greeted by Chancellor Harold L. Martin, Sr., and his wife Davida, Board of Trustees Chair Hilda Pinnix Ragland, and College of Engineering Dean Robin Coger. Then, the President toured the Harold L. Martin Sr. Engineering Research and Innovation Complex and visited with faculty and students studying robotics and cybersecurity. Administrator Regan, Gov. Cooper, and Rep. Manning also participated. Then, prior to his remarks at the Alumni-Foundation Event Center, the President participated in a photo line with State and local elected leaders.

Later in the afternoon, the President traveled to Camp David, MD, where he remained overnight.

The President announced the appointment of Emily Cole as State Executive Director for Connecticut at the Farm Service Agency of the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of John Patterson as State Executive Director for Ohio at the Farm Service Agency of the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Gail Greenman as State Executive Director for Oregon at the Farm Service Agency of the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of J. Eric Scherer as State Executive Director for Rhode Island at the Farm Service Agency of the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Kelly Adkins as State Executive Director for Texas at the Farm Service Agency of the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Jill Floyd as Arkansas State Director for Rural Development at the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Thomas Carew as Kentucky State Director for Rural Development at the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Michele Weaver as Utah State Director for Rural Development at the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Aikta Marcoulier as Regional Administrator for Region 8 at the Small Business Administration.

April 15

The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will return to Washington, DC, on April 17.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Portland, OR, on April 21 and Seattle, WA, on April 22.

The President announced his intention to nominate Michael S. Barr to be Vice Chair for Supervision of the Federal Reserve System Board of Governors.

The President announced his intention to nominate Richard L. Buangan to be Ambassador to Mongolia.

The President announced his intention to nominate Rachna Sachdeva Korhonen to be Ambassador to Mali.

The President announced his intention to nominate Rebecca Haffajee to be Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation at the Department of Health and Human Services.

The President announced his intention to nominate Jaime Areizaga-Soto to be Chair of the Board of Veterans' Appeals at the Department of Veterans Affairs.

April 16

The White House announced that the President will welcome the leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) for a special summit in Washington, DC, on May 12 and 13.

April 17

In the afternoon, the President and Dr. Biden returned to Washington, DC, arriving in the evening. Their son Hunter, daughter-in-law Melissa, and their son Beau; granddaughter Natalie; and daughter Ashley accompanied them.

April 18

In the morning, on the South Lawn, the President and Dr. Biden participated in White House Easter Egg Roll activities. He also spoke with White House Press Secretary Jennifer R. Psaki on the Department of the Interior's decision to address deficiencies in the Federal oil and gas leasing program for onshore extraction on public lands.

In the afternoon, in the Oval Office, the President had an intelligence briefing.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Portsmouth, NH, on April 19.

The President declared a major disaster in Massachusetts and ordered Federal assistance to supplement Commonwealth, Tribal, and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by the severe winter storm and snowstorm on January 28 and 29.

April 19

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. Then, in the Situation Room, he convened a secure video conference with allies and partners to discuss continued support for Ukraine, including the ongoing provision of security, economic, and humanitarian assistance, review their coordinated efforts to impose severe economic costs to hold Russia accountable for its unprovoked and unjustified invasion of Ukraine, and commit to continued close consultation, working with Group of Seven (G–7), European Union, and North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) partners: Prime Minister Justin P.J. Trudeau of Canada, President Ursula von der Leyen of the European Commission, President Charles Yvon Michel of the European Council, President Emmanuel Macron of France, Chancellor Olaf Scholz of Germany, Prime Minister Mario Draghi of Italy, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg of NATO, President Andrzej Duda of Poland, President Klaus Iohannis of Romania, and Prime Minister Boris Johnson of the United Kingdom.

In the afternoon, the President traveled to Portsmouth, NH, where, at the New Hampshire Port Authority in Portsmouth Harbor, he spoke briefly with reporters and received a briefing on ports and infrastructure from Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Works Michael L. Connor, U.S. Coast Guard Sector Northern New England Commander Capt. Amy E. Florentino, USCG, and New Hampshire State Port Authority Port Director Geno Marconi. Sen. Margaret Wood Hassan, Reps. Christopher C. Pappas and Ann McLane Kuster, and Mayor Deaglan McEachern of Portsmouth also participated. Then, prior to his remarks, he participated in a photo line with State and local elected leaders. Later, he returned to Washington, DC.

April 20

In the morning, in the Oval Office, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, in the Blue Room, the President and Dr. Biden hosted a dinner for Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III, Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen H. Hicks, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Combatant Commanders, and their spouses.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Portland, OR, on April 21 and Seattle, WA, on April 22.

April 21

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. Then, before his remarks in the Roosevelt Room, he met with Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal of Ukraine President Biden met with Prime Minister Shmyhal of Ukraine to discuss recent developments in Russia's war of aggression against Ukraine, convey the continued U.S. commitment to support the people of Ukraine and impose costs on Russia, and preview his announcement of an additional $800 million in security assistance and $500 million in other economic support. Later, he traveled to Portland, OR.

In the afternoon, at the Portland International Airport, the President received a briefing on critical investments to ensure stronger, more resilient infrastructure, such as an earthquake- resilient runway, and participated in a photo line with State and local officials. Then, he traveled to Seattle, WA.

In the evening, the President traveled to the Westin Seattle hotel, where he remained overnight.

The White House announced that the President will welcome Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis of Greece to the White House on May 16.

April 22

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. Later, he traveled to Seward Park, where he was greeted by Gov. Jay R. Inslee of Washington, Sens. Patricia L. Murray and Maria

E. Cantwell, Reps. Kimberly M. Schrier, D. Adam Smith, Suzan K. DelBene, Richard R. Larsen, and Derek C. Kilmer, and Mayor Bruce Harrell of Seattle. Then, he traveled to Auburn, WA, arriving in the afternoon.

In the afternoon, following his remarks at Green River College, the President participated in a photo line with State and local officials. Then, he traveled to Philadelphia, PA, arriving in the evening. While en route aboard Air Force Once, he visited the press cabin and spoke with reporters off the record.

In the evening, the President traveled to New Castle, DE, arriving early the following morning.

The White House announced that the President will welcome the 2020 and 2021 Stanley Cup Champion Tampa Bay Lightning to the White House on April 25.

The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will welcome the Council of Chief State School Officers' 2022 National and State Teachers of the Year to the White House on April 27.

The President announced his intention to nominate Cindy Dyer to be Director of the Office To Monitor and Combat Trafficking, with rank of Ambassador at Large, at the Department of State.

The President announced his intention to nominate Michael C. Gonzales to be Ambassador to Zambia.

The President announced his intention to nominate Michael A. Ratney to be Ambassador to Saudi Arabia.

The President announced his intention to nominate Geoffrey R. Pyatt to be Assistant Secretary for Energy Resources at the Department of State.

The President announced the nomination of Rachelle L. Crowe to be U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Illinois.

The President announced the nomination of Joshua D. Hurwit to be U.S. attorney for the District of Idaho.

The President announced the nomination of Gerard M. Karam to be U.S. attorney for the Middle District of Pennsylvania.

The President announced the nomination of Jacqueline C. Romero to be U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

The President announced the nomination of Phillip A. Talbert to be U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of California.

The President announced the nomination of Michael M. Contrades to be U.S. marshal for the District of Hawaii.

The President announced the nomination of David C. Davis to be U.S. marshal for the Southern District of Illinois.

The President announced the nomination of Enix Smith III to be U.S. marshal for the Eastern District of Louisiana.

The President announced his intention to appoint the following individuals as members of the Board of Visitors to the U.S. Air Force Academy: Jenna Hoffman Ben-Yehuda; Eric K. Fanning, Member; James C. Johnson; Laura Junor-Pulzone; Hila Levy; and Wesley Spurlock.

The President announced his intention to appoint the following individuals as members of the Board of Visitors to the U.S. Military Academy: Roderick "Rico" Alvendia; Susan C. Irons; Leslie T. Fenwick; Charles T. Hagel; Juan A. Sabater; and Nadja Y. West.

April 23

In the early morning, upon arrival at New Castle Airport, the President traveled to his residence in Greenville, DE, where he remained overnight.

April 24

In the afternoon, the President traveled to Fieldstone Golf Club, where he played golf with White House Senior Adviser and Director of the Office of Public Engagement Cedric L. Richmond.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with Prime Minister Naftali Bennett of Israel to discuss shared regional and global security challenges, including the threat posed by Iran and its proxies, and review the strength of Israel-U.S. relations, building on many recent and upcoming engagements. President Biden noted ongoing efforts between Israeli and Palestinian officials to lower tensions and ensure a peaceful conclusion to the holy season of Ramadan and affirmed his support for Israel and its defense needs, including the historic $1 billion allocation to replenish Israel's Iron Dome missile defense system.

The White House announced that the President will return to Washington, DC, on April 25.

April 25

In the morning, the President returned to Washington, DC. Later, he had an intelligence briefing. He also spoke with Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken and Secretary of Defense Lloyd

J. Austin III to review their recent trip to Kyiv, Ukraine, to assess the situation on the ground. He also had a telephone conversation with President Emmanuel Macron of France to congratulate him on his reelection, discuss France-U.S. relations, based in shared democratic values, economic ties, and security cooperation, and convey U.S. readiness to continue working closely with France on shared global priorities.

In the afternoon, in the Private Dining Room, the President had lunch with Mayor Michael

E. Duggan of Detroit, MI, to discuss Federal priorities and the success of American Rescue Plan funding in supporting crime reduction, helping people get back to work, and small-business development in Detroit. Later, he met with the leadership and members of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus to discuss immigration, infrastructure, the education of Hispanic students, and health care: Chairs Reps. Raul Ruiz and Nanette Diaz Barragán, Deputy Chair Rep. Adriano D. Espaillat, Vice Chair of Diversity and Inclusion, Rep. Darren M. Soto, Vice Chair of Policy Rep. Teresa I. Leger Fernandez, Vice Chair of Communications Rep. Peter R. Aguilar, and House Democratic Caucus Vice Chair Rep. Antonio Cárdenas.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with King Abdullah II of Jordan to consult on a range of regional and global issues and discuss recent efforts to stem violence in Israel and the West Bank, underscoring the need to preserve the historic status quo at the Haram al-Sharif/Temple Mount complex and recognizing Jordan's role as the custodian of Muslim holy places in Jerusalem. The President also submitted to and received a negative result on a COVID– 19 test.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Minneapolis, MN, on May 1. The President announced his intention to nominate Bridget A. Brink to be Ambassador to

Ukraine.

April 26

In the morning, in the Oval Office, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, the President had a telephone conversation with Vice President Kamala D. Harris to make sure she had everything she needed as she quarantined at home after having tested positive for COVID–19 that morning.

The White House announced that the President will meet virtually with President Andrés Manuel López Obrador of Mexico on April 29.

The President announced the appointment of Ala Stanford as Regional Director for Region 3 at the Department of Health and Human Services.

The President announced the appointment of Antrell Tyson as Regional Director for Region 4 at the Department of Health and Human Services.

The President announced the appointment of Janine R. Boyd as Regional Director for Region 5 at the Department of Health and Human Services.

April 27

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. Later, at the Washington National Cathedral, he attended the funeral of former Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright. He also had a telephone conversation with Joey and Paula Reed, parents of Trevor Reed, a U.S. marine veteran who was detained by Russian authorities in 2019 and released to U.S. custody in Turkey overnight.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Alabama on May 3.

The White House announced that the President will welcome Prime Minister Mario Draghi of Italy to the White House on May 10.

The White House announced that the President will travel to South Korea and Japan from May 20 through 24.

The President announced the nomination of Sarah A.L. Merriam to be a judged on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.

The President announced the nomination of Lara E. Montecalvo to be a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit.

The President announced the nomination of Elizabeth Hanes to be a judge on the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia.

The President announced the nomination of Anne M. Nardacci to be a judge on the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York.

The President announced the nomination of Ana C. Reyes to be a judge on the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.

April 28

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, the President and Dr. Biden hosted a screening of the film "The Survivor" in honor of the Days of Remembrance of Victims of the Holocaust, with director Barry Levinson, producers, lead actor Ben Foster, and representatives of the U.S. Jewish community.

During the day, the President submitted to and received a negative result on a COVID–19

test.

April 29

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, the President had a telephone conversation with President Andrés Manuel López Obrador of Mexico to reaffirm the vision laid out in the November 2021 North American Leaders' Summit to advance shared economic, climate, energy, and migration management goals; review ongoing cooperation on development in Central America and southern Mexico, strengthening North American supply chains, and modernizing the shared border to further strengthen agricultural and commercial trade; and agree to enhance our collaboration to support just, humane, and effective efforts to reduce irregular migration.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Minneapolis, MN, on May 1.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to South Korea and Japan from May 20 through 24.

The President announced his intention to nominate the following individuals to be members of the Amtrak Board of Directors: David Capozzi; Anthony R. Coscia; Christopher Koos; Samuel

E. Lathem; and Robin Wiessmann.

May 1

In the morning, the President had a telephone conversation with Vice President Kamala D. Harris. Then, he traveled to Minneapolis, MN, arriving in the afternoon. Norman J. Ornstein,

senior fellow emeritus at the American Enterprise Institute, and Jon Meacham, canon historian of the Washington National Cathedral, accompanied him.

In the afternoon, at the University of Minnesota, in the Cyrus Northrop Memorial Auditorium, the President attended the memorial service for former Vice President Walter F. Mondale. Prior to his remarks, he visited with family members of former Vice President Mondale. Later, he returned to Washington, DC, arriving in the evening. Mr. Ornstein, Mr. Meacham, and Stuart E. Eizenstat, Special Adviser on Holocaust Issues at the Department of State, accompanied him.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi, following her return to Poland, to discuss her visit to Ukraine and meeting with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Troy, AL, on May 3.

May 2

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, in the Private Dining Room, the President had lunch with former President William J. Clinton.

During the day, the President met with Marc and Debra Tice, the parents of Austin B. Tice, a

U.S. citizen and reporter for McClatchy Newspapers who was abducted outside Damascus, Syria, on August 14, 2012, to reiterate his commitment to continue working through all available means to secure Austin's release as well as the return of other U.S. citizens held hostage and wrongfully detained worldwide.

The White House announced that the President and First Lady will welcome Team U.S.A. from both the 2020 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo, Japan, and 2022 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games in Beijing, China, to the White House on May 3.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Cincinnati, OH, on May 6.

May 3

In the morning, the President traveled to just Hope Hull, AL, arriving in the afternoon.

In the afternoon, at the Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control Pike County Operations facility, the President toured manufacturing operations with Lockheed Martin Chief Executive Officer James D. Taiclet and visited with employees responsible for producing weapon systems such as the Javelin antitank missile. Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen H. Hicks, Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Adm. Christopher W. Grady, USN, and Rep. Terrycina A. Sewell also participated. Later, he traveled to Troy, AL, where, at the Troy Municipal Airport, in a hangar, he participated in a photo line with State and local elected leaders. Then, he traveled to Maxwell Air Force Base in Montgomery, AL, where, prior to boarding Air Force One, he greeted a group of airmen and participated in a photo op. Then, he returned to Washington, DC, arriving in the evening.

In the evening, the President had separate telephone conversations with Reps. Shontel M. Brown and Timothy J. Ryan to congratulate them on their respective victories in Ohio Democratic congressional and senatorial primary elections.

During the day, the President spoke with White House Press Secretary Jennifer R. Psaki about the leak of a U.S. Supreme Court draft opinion overruling the Court's 1973 decision in Roe

v. Wade published by Politico on May 2. He also met with Sen. Robert Menendez, other

Senators, and members of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus to discuss immigration reform and other issues.

Also during the day, the President submitted to and received a negative result on a COVID– 19 test.

The President announced his intention to nominate Carlos F. Uriarte to be Assistant Attorney General for Legislative Affairs at the Department of Justice.

The President announced his intention to nominate Gerald H. Acker to be a Commissioner of the International Joint Commission and, upon confirmation, designate him Chair.

The President announced his intention to nominate Annie Caputo and Bradley R. Crowell to be members of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.

May 4

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, in the Cabinet Room, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had an economic briefing.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Cincinnati, OH, on May 6.

The President announced the designation of the following individuals as members of a Presidential delegation to attend the Inauguration of Yoon Suk Yeol as President of South Korea in Seoul, South Korea, on May 10: Douglas C. Emhoff (head of delegation); Christopher Del Corso; Martin J. Walsh; Amerish B. Bera; Marilyn Strickland; Todd Sunhwae Kim; Linda Hee Jung Shim; and Min Jin Lee.

The President announced his intention to appoint James A. "Sandy" Winnefeld, Jr., as Chair of the President's Intelligence Advisory Board.

The President announced his intention to appoint Gilman G. Louie, Janet A. Napolitano, and Richard R. Verma as members of the President's Intelligence Advisory Board.

The President announced his intention to appoint Victor R. McCrary, Jr., and Julia M. Phillips as members of the National Science Board.

The President declared a major disaster in New Mexico and ordered Federal aid to supplement State and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by wildfires and straight-line winds beginning on April 5 and continuing.

May 5

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. He also had a telephone conversation with Chancellor Olaf Scholz of Germany to underscore their joint commitment to continue holding Russia accountable for its brutal actions in Ukraine and review their ongoing efforts to provide security assistance to the Government of Ukraine and humanitarian aid to the millions of Ukrainians affected by the violence.

During the day, in the Oval Office, the President participated in a photo op with Vice President Kamala D. Harris, Secretary of Labor Martin J. Walsh, and worker organizers.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Chicago, IL, on May 11. The White House announced further details on the President's travel to South Korea and

Japan from May 20 through 24.

The President announced the designation of the following individuals as members of a Presidential delegation to attend the Inauguration of Rodrigo Alberto de Jesús Chaves Robles as President of Costa Rica in San José, Costa Rica, on May 8: Miguel A. Cardona (head of delegation); Cynthia Telles; Uzra Zeya; and Cristóbal Alex.

The President announced the appointment of Karine Jean-Pierre as White House Press Secretary.

The President announced the resignation of White House Press Secretary Jennifer R. Psaki. The President announced the appointment of Anita Dunn as Senior Adviser to the President.

May 6

In the morning, the President traveled to Hebron, KY, arriving in the afternoon.

In the afternoon, upon arrival at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, the President traveled to Hamilton, OH, where, at United Performance Metals, he toured manufacturing facilities with Sens. Sherrod C. Brown and Robert J. Portman and America Applied Science and Technology Research Organization (ASTRO) America Cofounder and President Neal Orringer, visited with industry executives, and participated in a photo line with State and local officials. Later, he traveled to Hebron. Upon arrival at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, he traveled to Greenville, DE, arriving in the evening.

In the evening, the President traveled to his residence, where he remained overnight. During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with Prime Minister Justin P.J.

Trudeau of Canada to underscore their commitment to continue holding Russia accountable for its brutal actions in Ukraine, review their ongoing efforts to provide security assistance to the Government of Ukraine and economic and humanitarian aid to the millions of Ukrainians affected by the violence, and discuss their upcoming participation in the Summit of the Americas in June to advance their shared vision for green and equitable growth for the hemisphere.

The White House announced that the President will participate in a virtual meeting with leaders of Group of Seven (G–7) nations and President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine on May 8.

The White House announced that the President will welcome the leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to the White House for dinner on May 13.

The President announced his intention to nominate Donald R. Cravins, Jr., to be Under Secretary for Minority Business Development at the Department of Commerce.

The President announced his intention to nominate David P. Pekoske to be Administrator of the Transportation Security Administration at the Department of Homeland Security.

The President announced his intention to nominate Hugo F. Rodriguez, Jr., to be Ambassador to Nicaragua.

The President announced his intention to nominate Rosie Hidalgo to be Director of the Office on Violence Against Women at the Department of Justice.

The President announced his intention to nominate Jonathan W. Burks, Michael K. Singh, and Kathryn Wheelbarger to be members of the U.S. Institute of Peace.

May 7

In the afternoon, following Mass at St. Joseph on the Brandywine Roman Catholic Church, the President left flowers at the gravesite of his mother, Catherine Eugenia Finnegan Biden, in honor of Mother's Day.

In the evening, the President returned to his residence, where he remained overnight.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with Dr. Biden following her visit to Uzhhorod, Ukraine.

May 8

In the morning, from his residence in Greenville, DE, the President participated in a virtual meeting with leaders of Group of Seven (G–7) nations and President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine to discuss the latest developments in Russia's war against Ukraine and the multilateral response, including building on unprecedented sanctions to impose severe costs on Russia.

In the afternoon, at Fieldstone Golf Club, the President played golf with his brother James. In the evening, the President paid a visit to the home of his daughter-in-law, Hallie Biden,

wife of his deceased son Beau.

The White House announced that the President will return to Washington, DC, on May 9. The White House announced that the President will travel to Potomac, MD, on May 9.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Kankakee, IL, and further details on the President's travel to Chicago, IL, on May 11.

May 9

In the morning, the President returned to Washington, DC. Later, in the Oval Office, he and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, the President traveled to Potomac, MD, arriving in the evening. In the evening, the President returned to Washington, DC.

During the day, in the Oval Office, the President signed S. 3522, the Ukraine Democracy Defense Lend-Lease Act of 2022, which was assigned Public Law No. 117–118. Vice President Kamala D. Harris, Reps. Victoria Spartz and Elissa Slotkin, and Sen. Benjamin L. Cardin also attended.

May 10

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, in the Situation Room, the President met with Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi and Reps. James P. McGovern, Gregory W. Meeks, Adam B. Schiff, Barbara J. Lee, William R. Keating, and Jason A. Crow to discuss their recent delegation to Ukraine and review their meeting with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.

The White House announced that the President will welcome King Abdullah II and Crown Prince Hussein of Jordan to the White House on May 13.

The White House announced that further details on the President's travel to Kankakee, IL, and Chicago, IL, on May 11.

May 11

In the morning, the President traveled to Chicago, IL. Upon arrival at the Chicago O'Hare International Airport, he traveled to Kankakee, IL, arriving in the afternoon.

In the afternoon, the President visited the family farm of Jeff and Gina O'Connor, which he toured with Secretary of Agriculture Thomas J. Vilsack and Rep. Robin L. Kelly and discussed the challenges of double cropping with the farm owners. Later, he traveled to Chicago, where,

upon arrival at the Soldier Field landing zone, he was greeted by Gov. Jay R. "J.B." Pritzker of Illinois.

In the evening, the President returned to Washington, DC.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with President-elect Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos, Jr., of the Philippines to congratulate him on his election and underscore his desire to continue strengthening Philippines-U.S. relations by expanding cooperation on a wide range of issues, including the fight against COVID–19, addressing the climate crisis, promoting broad-based economic growth, and respect for human rights.

The President announced the nomination of Carlton W. Reeves to be a Commissioner on the

U.S. Sentencing Commission and, upon confirmation, designate him Chair.

The President announced the nomination of Laura Mate, Claire McCusker Murray, and Luis Felipe Restrepo to be Commissioners on the U.S. Sentencing Commission and, upon confirmation, designate them Vice Chairs.

The President announced the nomination of Claria Horn Boom, John Gleeson, and Candice

C. Wong to be Commissioners on the U.S. Sentencing Commission.

May 12

In the morning, in the Oval Office, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, on the South Lawn, the President welcomed leaders of the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) and ASEAN Secretary-General Dato Paduka Lim Jock Hoi and participated in a family photo. He also met virtually with retailers and infant formula manufacturers to receive an update on actions taken to address the shortage of infant formula caused by a voluntary recall of infant powdered formula by Abbott and the subsequent closure of its manufacturing facility in Sturgis, MI: C. Douglas McMillon, president and chief executive office, Walmart Inc.; Brian Cornell, board chairman and chief executive officer, Target; Laxman Narasimhan, chief executive officer, Reckitt Benckiser Group PLC; and Tarun Malkani, president and chief executive officer, Gerber Products Co.

In the evening, in the State Dining Room, the President participated in an official greeting and hosted a dinner for ASEAN leaders and Secretary-General Lim.

During the day, in the Oval Office, the President signed S. 270, the Brown v. Board of Education National Historical Park Expansion and Redesignation Act, which was assigned Public Law No. 117–123. Vice President Kamala D. Harris, House Majority Whip Rep. James E. Clyburn, Secretary of the Interior Debra A. Holland, Members of Congress, Delaware community leaders, and former Delaware students also attended.

The President declared a major disaster in Rhode Island and ordered Federal assistance to supplement State, Tribal, and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by a severe winter storm and snowstorm on January 28 and 29.

May 13

In the morning, the President had a telephone conversation with Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson of Sweden and President Sauli Niinistö of Finland to discuss the close defense and security cooperation as well as joint efforts aimed at strengthening transatlantic security, underscore U.S. support for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's "open door" policy and the right of Finland and Sweden to decide their own future, foreign policy, and security arrangements, and review close coordination across a range of global issues, based on our

common values and interests, including mutual support of Ukraine as it confronts Russia's invasion. Then, he had an intelligence briefing.

Later in the morning, the President met with King Abdullah II and Crown Prince Hussein of Jordan to reaffirm Jordan-U.S. relations, consult on recent events in the region, noting urgent mechanisms to stem violence, calm rhetoric, and reduce tensions in Israel and the West Bank, and affirm strong U.S. support for a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, citing the need to preserve the historic status quo at the Haram al-Sharif/Temple Mount. The leaders discussed the political and economic benefits of further regional integration in infrastructure, energy, water, and climate projects, with Jordan serving as a critical hub for such cooperation and investment.

In the afternoon, in the Roosevelt Room, the President met with local elected officials and chiefs of police from cities across the U.S. and Reginald Moore, director of violence prevention policy and engagement, Comprehensive Injury Center, Medical College of Wisconsin, to discuss their use of American Rescue Plan funding to improve community policing and public safety programs, including Mayor Quinton Lucas and Interim Police Chief Joseph Mabin of Kansas City, MO, and Mayor Michael E. Duggan and Police Chief James E. White of Detroit, MI.

In the evening, the President traveled to New Castle, DE, where, upon arrival at the New Castle Airport, he answered a question from a reporter. Then, he traveled to Greenville, DE, where, at his residence, he remained overnight.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan of Abu Dhabi, Deputy Supreme Commander of the United Arab Emirates Armed Forces, to offer his condolences for the death of his brother, President Khalifa bin Zayid Al Nahyan of the United Arab Emirates, and discuss U.A.E.-U.S. relations.

The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will return to Washington, DC, on May 15.

The White House announced further details on the President's welcoming Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis of Greece to the White House on May 16.

The President announced his intention to nominate David Pressman to be Ambassador to Hungary.

The President announced his intention to nominate Heide B. Fulton to be Ambassador to Uruguay.

The President announced his intention to nominate Calvin Smyre to be Ambassador to the Bahamas.

The President announced his intention to nominate Yohannes Abraham to be U.S. Representative to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, with the rank and status of Ambassador.

The President announced his intention to nominate Stacy Dean to be Under Secretary for Food Nutrition and Consumer Services at the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced his intention to nominate Alexis Taylor to be Under Secretary for Trade and Foreign Agricultural Affairs at the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced his intention to nominate Laura D. Taylor-Kale to be Assistant Secretary for Industrial Base Policy at the Department of Defense.

The President announced his intention to nominate Rubydee Calvert to be a member of the Board of Directors for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

The President announced his intention to nominate Andrew G. Biggs to be a member of the Social Security Advisory Board.

May 14

In the afternoon, at Fieldstone Golf Club, the President and Dr. Biden had lunch with the President's sister Valerie Biden Owens and her husband John T. Owens and the President's brother James, his wife Sara, and their son Nick.

During the day, the President was briefed on the shooting at a Tops Friendly Markets grocery store in Buffalo, NY, and received updates throughout the evening as new information became available.

May 15

In the morning, the President and Dr. Biden traveled to New Castle, DE, where, at the New Castle Airport, prior to boarding Air Force One en route for Joint Base Andrews, MD, he answered a question from a reporter. Upon arrival at Joint Base Andrews, on the tarmac, he answered a question from a reporter.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with Gov. Kathleen C. Hochul of New York to offer his condolences and support following the shooting at a Tops Friendly Markets grocery store in Buffalo, NY, on May 14. He also reached out to Mayor Byron Brown of Buffalo.

The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will travel to Buffalo, NY, on May 17.

The President announced the designation of the following individuals as members of a Presidential delegation to pay respects upon the death of President Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan of the United Arab Emirates in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, on May 16: Kamala D. Harris (head of delegation); Sean Murphy; Antony J. Blinken; Lloyd J. Austin III; John F. Kerry; Philip

H. Gordon; William J. Burns; Brett H. McGurk; and Barbara Leaf.

May 16

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, in the Private Dining Room, the President had lunch with New York Times columnist Thomas R. Friedman.

The White House announced that the President will award the Medal of Valor to 15 public safety officers, including two officers who died in the line of duty, during a ceremony in the East Room at the White House on May 16.

The White House announced further details on the President and Dr. Biden's travel to Buffalo, NY, on May 17.

The President announced the designation of the following individuals as members of a Presidential delegation to attend the Inauguration of José Ramos-Horta as President of Timor- Leste and attend ceremonies commemorating the 20th anniversary of the restoration of independence in Dili, Timor-Leste, on May 19 and 20: Alice P. Albright (head of delegation); Thomas Daley; Paloma Adams-Allen; and Curtis R. Ried.

May 17

In the morning, the President and Dr. Biden traveled to Buffalo, NY, where, upon arrival at the Buffalo Niagara International Airport, he was greeted by Gov. Kathleen C. Hochul of New York, Mayor Byron Brown of Buffalo, and Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer. He and

Sen. Schumer spoke privately for a few minutes. Then, on the tarmac, the President and Dr. Biden participated in a greeting with State and local officials. Later, at the Tops Friendly Markets grocery store, they were greeted by Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz and Buffalo City Council President Darius Pridgen and paid their respects at a memorial dedicated to the victims of the May 14 shooting. Then, at the Delavan Grider Community Center, they met with families of shooting victims, law enforcement and first responders, and community leaders and offered their condolences. Buffalo Police Commissioner Byron C. Lockwood and Deputy Fire Commissioner Ramon Suarez also attended.

In the afternoon, the President and Dr. Biden returned to Washington, DC.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with President Guillermo Alberto Santiago Lasso Mendoza of Ecuador to discuss Ecuador-U.S. cooperation on economic, security, and migration issues and review their approach to COVID–19 pandemic response and recovery and mutual support for regional priorities ahead of the upcoming Summit of the Americas. He also had a telephone conversation with Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham of New Mexico to discuss the recent wildfires impacting the State, confirm the need for ongoing Federal support for recovery and rebuilding efforts, and express gratitude to all of the first responders, firefighters, and other Federal, State, and local personnel battling the blazes and aiding those affected by the fires.

The White House announced that the President will welcome Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson of Sweden and President Sauli Niinistö of Finland to the White House on May 19.

May 18

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, the President and Dr. Biden traveled to Joint Base Andrews, MD, where the President toured a U.S. Air Force hangar, viewed aircraft, and visited with servicemembers.

Later, he returned to Washington, DC.

During the day, the President met with White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre. The White House announced further details on the President's travel to South Korea and

Japan from May 19 through 24.

May 19

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. Then, on the South Portico, he and Chief of Protocol Rufus Gifford welcomed Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson of Sweden and President Sauli Niinistö of Finland and posed for photographs.

In the afternoon, the President traveled to Anchorage, AK. Secretary of Commerce Gina M. Raimondo accompanied him. Upon arrival at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, the President traveled to Pyeongtaek, South Korea, arriving the following afternoon. Secretary Raimondo accompanied him.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to South Korea from May 20 through 22.

The President announced the appointment of Joy Kono as State Executive Director for Hawaii at the Farm Service Agency of the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Maria Gallegos Herrera as California State Director for Rural Development at the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Casey Sixkiller as Regional Administrator for Region 10 at the Environmental Protection Agency.

The President announced the appointment of Joseph Palm as Regional Director for Region 7 at the Department of Health and Human Services.

May 20

In the afternoon, upon arrival at Osan Air Base, the President was greeted by Minister of Foreign Affairs Park Jin, Chief of Protocol Ryu Jeonghyun, and Director-General for North American Affairs Lim Sangwoo of South Korea; and U.S. Embassy Seoul Interim Chargé d'Affaires Christopher Del Corso, Gen. Paul J. LaCamera, USA, commander of U.N. Command, R.O.K-U.S. Combined Forces Command, and U.S. Forces Korea and 51st Fighter Wing Commander Col. Joshua "Dog" Wood, USAF, and Command Chief CMS Justin "Appy" Apticar, USAF. Then, he traveled to Samsung Electronics Co. Semiconductor Pyeongtaek Campus, where he was greeted by President Yoon Suk-yeol of South Korea and Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong. Then, they toured the facility and received an overview of factory operations from Samsung Executive Vice President for Investor Relations Byung Hoon "Ben" Suh. U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina M. Raimondo and Minister of Trade, Industry, and Energy Lee Chang-yang of South Korea also participated. Later, he traveled to U.S. Army Garrison—Yongsan, South Korea. Upon arrival, he traveled to Seoul, South Korea, where, at the Grand Hyatt Seoul hotel, he remained overnight.

The President announced his intention to nominate Amy L. Solomon to be Assistant Attorney General for Justice Programs at the Department of Justice.

The President announced his intention to nominate Milancy Harris to be Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Security and Intelligence at the Department of Defense.

The President announced his intention to nominate Joey R. Hood to be Ambassador to Tunisia.

The President announced his intention to nominate Jonathan Henick to be Ambassador to Uzbekistan.

The President announced his intention to nominate Richard Glick to be a member of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and, upon confirmation, designate him Chair.

The President announced the designation of Assistant to the Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs John F. Kirby as National Security Council Coordinator for Strategic Communications at the White House.

May 21

In the afternoon, the President traveled to Seoul National Cemetery, where, with Cemetery Chief Custodian Kim Su-sam and Director Kim Jin-yi, he participated in a wreath-laying ceremony for those who died to defend South Korea, many of whom died fighting alongside U.S. forces in the Korean war, and signed the guest book. Then, he traveled to the People's House government complex, where he participated in an arrival ceremony with President Yoon Suk Yeol of South Korea. Later, he traveled to Grand Hyatt Seoul hotel.

In the evening, the President traveled to the National Museum of Korea, where he was greeted by President Yoon. Later, he returned to the Grand Hyatt Seoul hotel, where he remained overnight.

May 22

In the morning, at the Grand Hyatt Seoul hotel, the President attended a private Mass with members of his staff.

In the afternoon, the President traveled to the Dragon Hill Lodge, where he participated greeted U.S. Embassy staff. Later, he traveled to Pyeongtaek, South Korea, where at Osan Air Base, he was greeted by President Yoon Suk Yeol of South Korea, Gen. Paul J. LaCamera, USA, commander of U.S. Forces Korea, and Lt. Gen. Sung Chun-choi, commander of Air Force Operations Command, visited the Air Operations Center's Combat Operations Floor, toured the center, and received an overview of base operations. Then, also at Osan Air Base, in the MIG Alley Bowling Center, he visited with U.S. servicemembers and their families, including 51st Fighter Wing Commander Col. Joshua "Dog" Wood, USAF, Force Support Squadron Commander Lt. Col. Tamekia Payne, USAF, and Command Chief CMS Justin "Appy" Apticar, USAF. Prior to departure from Osan Air Base, the President visited with Gen. LaCamera and Lt. Gen. Scott L. Pleus, UAF, deputy commander of U.S. Forces Korea and commander of the 7th Air Force, and participated in a farewell with President Yoon and Lt. Gen. Sung. Later, he traveled to Fussa, Japan. Secretary of Commerce Gina M. Raimondo accompanied him.

Later in the afternoon, upon arrival at Yokota Air Base, the President was greeted by Minister of Foreign Affairs Yoshimasa Hayashi of Japan, U.S. Ambassador to Japan Rahm I. Emanuel and his wife Amy Rule, Lt. Gen. Ricky N. Rupp, USAF, commander of U.S. Forces, Japan, and commander of the Fifth Air Force, Pacific Air Forces, and his wife Charlotte, CMS Wendell Snider, USAF, and Deputy Director of Protocol Sergio "Don" Misa. Then, he traveled to Tokyo, Japan. Secretary Raimondo accompanied him.

In the evening, the President traveled to the Chief of Mission Residence, where he participated in a room dedication in memory of former Secretary of Transportation Norman Y. Mineta with Ambassador Emanuel. U.S. Trade Representative Katherine C. Tai also attended. Then, he traveled to the Okura Tokyo hotel, where he remained overnight.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with Prime Minister–designate Anthony Albanese of Australia to congratulate him on his election and reaffirm the steadfast U.S. commitment to the Australia-U.S. alliance and his intention to work closely with the new Government to make it stronger still, beginning with the upcoming Quad leaders summit in Tokyo, Japan, as a vital opportunity to exchange views and drive practical cooperation in the Indo-Pacific.

The White House announced that the President will meet with Prime Minister Anthony Albanese of Australia in Tokyo, Japan, on May 24.

May 23

In the morning, the President traveled to the Imperial Palace, where he met with Emperor Naruhito of Japan to convey his greetings from the U.S. and discuss Japan-U.S. relations. Later, he traveled to the Akasaka Palace, where he participated in an arrival ceremony with Prime Minister Fumio Kishida of Japan and Guest House Director Fukui Hitoshi.

In the afternoon, following his news conference, also at the Akasaka Palace, the President met members of families of Japanese citizens abducted by North Korea several decades ago to express solidarity with the victims, lend his support to Prime Minister Kishida's effort to resolve this longstanding issue, and express his condolences for their suffering, while calling on North Korea to right this historic wrong and provide a full accounting of the 12 Japanese nationals who remain missing. Then, he traveled to the Izumi Garden Gallery. Later, he traveled to the Okura Tokyo hotel.

In the evening, the President traveled to the Kochūan restaurant, where he participated in a tea ceremony and had dinner with Prime Minister Kishida and his wife Yuko. U.S. Ambassador to Japan Rahm I. Emanuel, Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken, and U.S. Trade Representative Katherine C. Tai; and Minister for Foreign Affairs Yoshimasa Hayashi, Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Seiji Kihara, and National Security Secretariat Secretary General Takeo Akiba of Japan also attended. Later, he returned to the Okura hotel, where he remained overnight.

May 24

In the morning, the President traveled to the Kantei, the official residence of the Prime Minister, where he participated in a family photo with fellow Quad leaders Prime Minister Kishida, Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India, and Prime Minister Anthony Albanese of Australia.

In the afternoon, also at the Kantei, the President participated in a working lunch with Quad leaders. Then, he met with Prime Minister Modi to reaffirm their commitment to work together for a more prosperous, free, connected, and secure world, review the progress made in the U.S.- India Comprehensive Global Strategic Partnership, encourage economic engagement that benefits both countries, and expand the bilateral partnership on global health, pandemic preparedness, and critical and emerging technologies. The leaders discussed their shared belief in the urgent need to address climate change and looked forward to enhancing the partnership to accelerate India's energy transition, including through the U.S.-India Climate and Clean Energy Agenda 2030 Partnership, especially in the areas of renewables deployment, decarbonizing the energy and industrial sectors, zero-emissions vehicles, adaptation, and mobilizing related investment in India.

Later in the afternoon, the President met with Prime Minister Albanese to congratulate Prime Minister Albanese on his election, express gratitude for his decision to travel to Japan for the Quad leaders' summit on his first day in office, and reaffirm steadfast U.S. support for the Australia-U.S. alliance and commitment to strengthening it further, including under the AUKUS partnership, together with the United Kingdom. The President commended Australia's strong support for Ukraine since Russia's invasion. The leaders agreed to work closely together to implement the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework and collaborate in addressing the existential threat posed by climate change. Then, he traveled to the Okura hotel, where he visited with U.S. Embassy staff. Then, he traveled to Fussa, Japan.

In the evening, upon arrival at Yokota Air Base, the President was greeted by State Minister for Foreign Affairs Kiyoshi Odawara and Ambassador to the U.S. Koji Tomita of Japan; and U.S. Chief of Protocol Rufus Gifford, U.S. Ambassador to Japan Rahm I. Emanuel and his wife Amy Rule, Lt. Gen. Ricky N. Rupp, USAF, commander of U.S. Forces, Japan, and commander of the Fifth Air Force, Pacific Air Forces. Then, he traveled to Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, AK, crossing the international dateline, arriving in the morning. Later, he returned to Washington, DC, arriving in the evening. While en route aboard Air Force One, he was briefed by Deputy Chief of Staff Jennifer O'Malley-Dillon and other members of his senior team on the shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, TX, and also the ballistic missile launches in North Korea and continued to be updated as information became available. He also had a telephone conversation with Gov. Gregory W. Abbott of Texas to offer any Federal assistance needed in the aftermath of the shooting.

May 25

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

The President announced his intention to nominate Mark W. Libby to be Ambassador to Azerbaijan.

The President announced his intention to nominate Marie C. Damour to be Ambassador to Fiji, Kiribati, Nauru, Tonga, and Tuvalu.

The President announced his intention to nominate Angela Price Aggeler to be Ambassador to North Macedonia.

The President announced his intention to nominate Gautam A. Rana to be Ambassador to Slovakia.

The President announced his intention to nominate Sue E. Moore and Andrew J. Read to be Commissioners on the Marine Mammal Commission.

The President announced the nomination of Rachel S. Bloomekatz to be a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit.

The President announced the nomination of Florence Y. Pan to be a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.

The President announced the nomination of Doris L. Pryor to be a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.

The President announced the nomination of Thomas E. Brown to be a U.S. marshal Nominee for the Northern District of Georgia.

The President announced the nomination of Brian A. Kyes to be a U.S. marshal for the District of Massachusetts.

The President announced the nomination of Stephen D. Lynn to be a U.S. marshal for the Middle District of Georgia.

The President announced the nomination of Roy W. Minter, Jr., to be a U.S. marshal for the Southern District of Georgia.

The President declared a major disaster in Kansas and ordered Federal assistance to supplement State, Tribal, and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by severe winter storms and straight-line winds from March 17 through 22.

May 26

In the morning, in the Oval Office, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had an intelligence briefing.

The White House announced that the President will welcome members of the Korean popular musical group BTS to the White House to discuss Asian inclusion and representation and address the rise of anti-Asian hate crimes and discrimination.

The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will travel to Uvalde, TX, on May 29.

The White House announced that the President will welcome Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern of New Zealand to the White House.

May 27

In the morning, the President traveled to Annapolis, MD, where, at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, following his commencement address, he handed out diplomas to, shook the hands of, and spoke with graduates of the U.S. Naval Academy.

In the afternoon, the President traveled to Greenville, DE, where, at his residence, he remained overnight.

The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden travel to Los Angeles, CA, on June 8.

May 28

In the morning, the President traveled to Newark, DE. Prior to his remarks at the Delaware Stadium, he was presented with the University of Delaware Medal of Distinction by Board of Trustees Chairman John Cochran and President Dennis Assanis. The President and Mr. Assanis participated in a photo opportunity with the graduating class of 2022. Later, he traveled to Greenville, DE, where, at his residence, he remained overnight.

The White House announced further details on the President and Dr. Biden's travel to Uvalde, TX, on May 29.

The White House announced further details on the President and Dr. Biden's travel to Los Angeles, CA, on June 8.

May 29

In the morning, the President and Dr. Biden traveled to Uvalde, TX, where, upon arrival at Garner Field, they were greeted by Gov. Gregory W. Abbott and his wife Cecilia, Rep. Anthony Gonzales, Uvalde County Judge William R. Mitchell, and Mayor Don McLaughlin of Uvalde. Then, at Robb Elementary School, they were greeted by Uvalde County Independent School District Superintendent Hal Harrell and Principal Mandy Gutierrez and paid their respects at a memorial site to the victims of the shooting at the school on May 24. Gov. and First Lady Abbott, Rep. Gonzalez, Mayor McLaughlin, and State Sen. Roland Gutierrez also participated.

In the afternoon, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, the President and Dr. Biden were greeted by Archbishop Gustavo Garcia-Siller of San Antonio, TX, and attended Mass. Then, at the Uvalde County Arena, they met with families of victims and survivors of the shooting at Robb Elementary. Later, at Garner Field, in an airport hangar, they met with paramedics, mental health services providers, firefighters, and law enforcement officials who responded to the May 24 shooting.

In the evening, the President and Dr. Biden traveled to Greenville, DE, where, at their residence, they remained overnight.

The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will return to Washington, DC, on May 30.

The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will travel to Arlington, VA, on May 30.

The White House announced further details on the President's welcoming Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern of New Zealand to the White House on May 31.

May 30

In the morning, at the St. Joseph on the Brandywine Roman Catholic Church, the President and Dr. Biden attended Mass. Then, they visited the gravesite of their late son Beau, who died 7 years ago to the day, with their grandchildren and the President's sister Valerie Biden Owens.

Then, they returned to Washington, DC.

Later in the morning, in the East Room, the President and Dr. Biden hosted a Memorial Day breakfast for U.S. servicemembers and their families, members of veteran organizations, military service organizations, military family organizations, senior Department of Defense officials, and other administration officials. Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III and his wife Charlene,

Secretary of the Interior Debra A. Haaland, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark A. Milley, USA, his wife Hollyanne.

In the afternoon, the President and Dr. Biden traveled to Arlington, VA, where, at Arlington National Cemetery, they participated in a wreath-laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier with Vice President Kamala D. Harris and her husband Douglas C. Emhoff. Secretary and Mrs. Austin, Secretary Haaland, Chairman and Mrs. Milley, Special Assistant to the Director of Army Staff Maj. Gen. Patrick E. Matlock, USA, and his wife Jacqueline, and Karen Durham- Aguilera, Executive Director of Army National Military Cemeteries also attended. Later, they returned to Washington, DC.

Later in the afternoon, on the South Lawn, the President and Dr. Biden participated in a tree- planting ceremony in honor of surviving military families: Gold Star mother M. Sgt. Rose Duval, USAF (Ret.), Gold Star daughters Denise Reed and Jill Hubbs, and Gold Star family members Samantha Tjaden Newman and Gwilym Newman. White House Superintendent of Grounds Dale Haney also attended.

May 31

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, in the Private Dining Room, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had lunch. Later, in the Oval Office, he met with members of the Korean popular musical group BTS to discuss Asian inclusion, representation, the rise of anti-Asian hate crimes and discrimination.

June 1

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the evening, the President was briefed on the shooting on the campus of Saint Francis Hospital in Tulsa, OK. He also had a telephone conversation with President Alberto Ángel Fernández Pérez of Argentina in advance of the Summit of the Americas to invite President Fernandez to visit Washington in July to build upon Argentina-U.S. engagement on bilateral, regional, and global issues, including human rights, food insecurity, climate change and energy, technological innovation, and critical supply chains, and reiterate a U.S. policy in the Americas based on partnership, mutual respect, and a shared objective of promoting a green and equitable recovery from the COVID–19 pandemic.

June 2

In the morning, in the Oval Office, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had an intelligence briefing. Later, in the Roosevelt Room, they joined a meeting between National Security Adviser Jacob J. Sullivan and Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) to discuss preparations for the upcoming NATO summit in Madrid, Spain, review the implications of Russia's war on Ukraine for transatlantic security, note the importance of strengthening NATO's deterrence and defense capabilities, in addition to ensuring that NATO be properly resourced to address a wide range of challenges, from cybersecurity to climate change, and welcome the applications by Finland and Sweden for NATO membership.

In the evening, the President traveled to Rehoboth Beach, DE, where, at his residence, he remained overnight.

June 3

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will return to Washington, DC, on June 5.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Santa Fe, NM, on June 11.

The President announced his intention to nominate Nate Fick to be Ambassador at Large for Cyberspace and Digital Policy.

The President announced his intention to nominate Daniel N. Rosenblum to be Ambassador to Kazakhstan.

The President announced his intention to nominate Kathleen A. Kavalec to be Ambassador to Romania.

The President announced his intention to nominate Richard K. Delmar to be Inspector General at the Department of the Treasury.

The President announced his intention to nominate Karla Gilbride to be General Counsel for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

The President announced his intention to nominate Terrence Edwards to be Inspector General for the National Reconnaissance Office.

The President announced his intention to nominate Richard E. DiZinno to be a member of the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board.

The President announced his intention to nominate Adam W. White and William R., Sr., to be members of the Tennessee Valley Authority Board of Directors.

June 4

In the afternoon, the President and Dr. Biden were briefly evacuated from their residence in Rehoboth Beach when a small, private plane entered restricted airspace. They returned shortly afterward to their residence, where they remained overnight.

The White House announced further details on the President and Dr. Biden's travel to Los Angeles, CA, from June 8 through 11.

June 5

In the morning, the President and Dr. Biden returned to Washington, DC.

June 6

Later, in the Oval Office, he and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had an intelligence briefing.

The President announced the nomination of Adair Ford Boroughs to be a U.S. attorney for the District of South Carolina.

The President announced the nomination of E. Martin Estrada to be a U.S. attorney for the Central District of California.

The President announced the nomination of Gregory J. Haanstad to be a U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Wisconsin.

The President announced the nomination of Sopen B. Shah to be a U.S. attorney for the Western District of Wisconsin.

The President announced the nomination of Natalie K. Wight to be a U.S. attorney for the District of Oregon.

The President announced the nomination of Chrissie C. Latimore to be a U.S. marshal for the District of South Carolina

The President announced the nomination of Kirk Taylor to be a U.S. marshal for the District of Colorado.

June 7

In the morning, in the Oval Office, the President had an intelligence briefing. He also met with Sen. Christopher S. Murphy to discuss ongoing negotiations in the Senate on gun control legislation.

In the afternoon, the President met with Uvalde, TX, native and actor Matthew McConaughey and his wife Camila to discuss efforts to prevent gun violence.

June 8

In the morning, the President traveled to Los Angeles, CA, arriving in the afternoon. His granddaughter Naomi and her fiancé Peter Neal accompanied him.

In the afternoon, upon arrival at Los Angeles International Airport, the President was greeted by Mayor Eric M. Garcetti of Los Angeles and Gov. Gavin C. Newsom of California and his children Dutch W. Siebel Newsom, Hunter Siebel Newsom, Montana T. Siebel Newsom, and Brooklynn Siebel Newsom. Later, at the El Capitan Entertainment Centre, the President recorded an interview with Jimmy Kimmel, host of ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" program, for later broadcast. Later, at the Microsoft Theater, he was joined by Dr. Biden and greeted heads of state and delegation to the Summit of the Americas.

In the evening, at the InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown hotel, the President and Dr.

Biden remained overnight.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with President Andrzej Duda of Poland to reaffirm their shared commitment to further strengthening Poland-U.S. security and economic cooperation, discuss ongoing support for the people and Government of Ukraine in response to Russian aggression, and underscore the U.S. commitment to the security of Poland and the eastern flank countries of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, sending his best wishes for a successful Bucharest Nine (B9) summit later this week. He also had a telephone conversation with Interim President Juan Gerardo Guaidó Márquez of Venezuela to underscore the U.S. recognition of and support for the 2015 democratically-elected National Assembly, and Guaidó as the Interim President of Venezuela, express U.S. support for Venezuelan-led negotiations as the best path toward a peaceful restoration of democratic institutions, free and fair elections, and respect for the human rights and fundamental freedoms of all Venezuelans, discuss the role the U.S. and other international partners can play to support a negotiated solution to Venezuela's crisis, and reaffirm the U.S. willingness to calibrate sanctions policy as informed by the outcomes of negotiations.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Philadelphia, PA, on June 14. The White House announced that the President will travel to Krün, Germany, on June 27 and

Madrid, Spain, on June 28.

The President announced his intention to nominate Doug McKalip to be Chief Agricultural Negotiator at the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative.

The President announced his intention to nominate Kenneth Merten to be Ambassador to Bulgaria.

The President announced his intention to nominate Jessica Davis Ba to be Ambassador to Côte d'Ivoire.

The President announced his intention to nominate Robert J. Faucher to be Ambassador to Suriname.

The President announced his intention to nominate Catherine J.K. Sandoval to be a member of the Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board.

The President announced his intention to nominate Daniel B. Maffei to be a Commissioner on the Federal Maritime Commission.

June 9

In the afternoon, following his remarks at the Los Angeles Convention Center, the President greeted President Alberto Ángel Fernández Pérez of Argentina.

In the evening, at the Getty Villa Museum, he and Dr. Biden had dinner with heads of state and delegation to the Summit of the Americas. Later, they returned to the InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown hotel, where they remained overnight.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Santa Fe, NM, on June 11.

June 10

In the morning, at the Port of Los Angeles, the President met with Port of Los Angeles Executive Director Eugene D. Seroka and Port of Long Beach Executive Director Mario Cordero.

In the afternoon, following his remarks at the Los Angeles Convention Center, the President participated in a photograph with heads of state and delegation to the Summit of the Americas, followed by a working lunch. He also had a telephone conversation with Sen. Christopher S. Murphy to discuss the status of ongoing negotiations to initiate gun control legislation.

In the evening, the President and Dr. Biden traveled to Beverly Hills, CA. Later, they returned to Los Angeles, CA, where, at the InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown hotel, they remained overnight.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Krün, Germany, and Madrid, Spain, from June 25 through 30.

June 11

In the morning, the President traveled to Albuquerque, NM, arriving in the afternoon.

In the afternoon, upon arrival at Kirtland Air Force Base, the President was greeted by Gov.

Michelle Luján Grisham of New Mexico, Secretary of the Interior Debra A. Haaland, Federal Emergency Management Agency Administrator Deanne Bennett Criswell, Sens. Martin Heinrich and Ben Ray Luján, Reps. Teresa Leger Fernandez and Melanie Stansbury, and President Jonathan Nez of the Navajo Nation. Then, he traveled to Santa Fe, NM, where, following his remarks at the Emergency Operations Center, he met separately with first responders to and survivors of the devastating wildfires that have impacted the State in recent weeks and months.

In the evening, the President traveled to Greenville, DE, arriving early the following morning. He remained overnight at his residence.

The President made additional disaster assistance available to New Mexico by authorizing an increase in the level of Federal funding for debris removal and emergency protective measures undertaken in the State as a result of wildfires and straight-line winds beginning on April 5 and continuing.

June 12

In the afternoon, at Fieldstone Golf Club, the President played golf with Ron Olivere, father- in-law of his late son Beau. Later, he traveled to Wilmington, DE, where, at St. Anthony of Padua Roman Catholic Church, he attended Mass. Then, he returned to his residence in Greenville, DE, where he remained overnight.

The White House announced that the President will return to Washington, DC, on June 13. The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Philadelphia, PA, on

June 14.

June 13

In the morning, the President returned to Washington, DC. Later, in the Oval Office, he and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had an intelligence briefing.

During the day, the President spoke via videoconference with Pennsylvania Democratic senatorial candidate Lt. Gov. John Fetterman.

June 14

In the morning, the President traveled to Philadelphia, PA. Reps. Brendan F. Boyle, Donald

W. Norcross, and Mary Gay Scanlon accompanied him. Prior to his remarks at the Philadelphia Convention Center, he participated in a photo line with labor union leaders.

In the afternoon, the President returned to Washington, DC.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Israel, the West Bank, and Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, from July 13 through 16.

June 15

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. He also had a telephone conversation with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine to discuss ongoing U.S. support for Ukraine as it defends itself against Russian aggression.

In the afternoon, in the Private Dining Room, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had lunch. Later, he met with Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer to discuss their shared agenda of tackling inflation and lowering prices toward stable, steady growth, including policies aimed to bring down prescription drug and energy costs and continue deficit reduction.

The President announced his intention to nominate Radha Iyengar Plumb to be Deputy Under Secretary for Acquisition and Sustainment at the Department of Defense.

The President announced his intention to nominate Julie D. Fisher to be Ambassador to Cyprus.

The President announced his intention to nominate Christopher T. Robinson to be Ambassador to Latvia.

The President announced his intention to nominate Stephanie Sanders Sullivan to be U.S. Representative to the African Union, with the rank and status of Ambassador.

The President announced his intention to nominate L. Felice Gorordo to be U.S. Alternate Executive Director of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development.

The President announced the nomination of Roopali H. Desai to be a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

The President announced the nomination of Dana M. Douglas to be a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.

The President announced the nomination of Bradley N. Garcia to be a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.

The President announced the nomination of María del R. Antongiorgi-Jordán, Gina R. Méndez-Miró, and Camille L. Vélez-Rivé to be judges on the U.S. District Court for the District of Puerto Rico.

The President announced the nomination of Jerry W. Blackwell to be a judge on the U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota.

The President announced his intention to appoint Evan Bayh as a member of the President's Intelligence Advisory Board.

The President announced his intention to appoint Donna L. Brazile and James Costos as members of the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board.

The President announced his intention to appoint Stephen Schneck as a Commissioner on the

U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom.

The President announced the appointment of Keisha Lance Bottoms as White House Senior Adviser for Public Engagement.

June 16

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, in the Oval Office, the President participated in an interview with Josh Boak of the Associated Press.

The White House announced that the President will host a virtual leader-level meeting of the Major Economies Forum on Energy and Climate (MEF) from the White House on June 17.

The President declared a major disaster in Montana and ordered Federal assistance to supplement State, Tribal, and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by a severe storm and flooding beginning on June 10 and continuing.

June 17

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. Later, the President and Dr. Biden traveled to Rehoboth Beach, DE, where, at their residence, they remained overnight.

June 18

In the morning, outside his residence in Rehoboth Beach, DE, prior to a bike ride with Dr. Biden, the President spoke briefly with reporters and answered questions. He remained overnight at his residence.

June 19

The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will return to Washington, DC, on June 20.

June 20

In the morning, on the beach at his residence in Rehoboth Beach, DE, the President posed for photographs with his daughter Ashley, granddaughters Naomi and Natalie, and Naomi's fiancé Peter Neal. He also had a telephone conversation with former Secretary of the Treasury Lawrence H. Summers.

In the evening, the President and Dr. Biden returned to Washington, DC. Their granddaughter Naomi and Mr. Neal accompanied them.

June 21

In the morning, in the Oval Office, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, in the Private Dining Room, the President and Vice President Harris had lunch. Later, at the Church of the Holy Communion, which houses a COVID–19 Center operated by the District of Columbia Department of Health (DC Health), he and Dr. Biden were greeted by Mayor Muriel E. Bowser of the District of Columbia, DC Health Director LaQuandra Nesbitt, and Anacostia/Congress Heights COVID Center Site Lead Arsema Desta. Then, they greeted children who were at the center to receive their first dose of the COVID–19 vaccine. Later, he was briefed on the status of negotiations concerning gun control legislation.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with President-elect Gustavo Petro of Colombia to congratulate him and Vice President–elect Francia Márquez on their election, commend the Colombian people for holding free and fair elections, and reaffirm U.S. support for Colombia, underscoring his intention to continue strengthening bilateral cooperation, including on climate change, health security, counternarcotic efforts, and implementation of the 2016 Peace Accord. He also had a telephone conversation with Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez Pérez-Castejón of Spain to discuss preparations for the upcoming North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) summit in Madrid, Spain, and express appreciation for Spain's close cooperation in response to Russia's war in Ukraine, including its provision of security and humanitarian assistance to Ukraine and support for strong sanctions on Russia.

The President announced his intention to nominate Arati Prabhakar to be Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy.

The President announced his intention to appoint Marilynn Malerba as Treasurer of the United States.

June 22

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

The President announced his intention to nominate Anjali Chaturvedi to be General Counsel at the Department of Veterans Affairs.

The President announced his intention to nominate Patrice H. Kunesh to be Commissioner of the Administration for Native Americans at the Department of Health and Human Services.

The President announced his intention to nominate Kristina A. Kvien to be Ambassador to Armenia.

The President announced his intention to nominate Robert W. Forden to be Ambassador to Cambodia.

The President announced his intention to nominate Lucy Tamlyn to be Ambassador to Democratic Republic of the Congo.

The President announced his intention to nominate Randy W. Berry to be Ambassador to Namibia.

The President announced his intention to nominate Pamela M. Tremont to be Ambassador to Zimbabwe.

The President announced his intention to nominate Manuel P. Micaller, Jr., to be Ambassador to Tajikistan.

The President announced his intention to nominate Kimberly McClain to be Assistant Secretary for Congressional and Intergovernmental Relations at the Department of Housing and Urban Development.

The President announced his intention to nominate Rolfe M. Schiffer to be Assistant Administrator for Asia at the U.S. Agency for International Development.

The President announced his intention to nominate Moshe Z. Marvit to be a member of the Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission.

The President announced his intention to nominate Robert E. Primus to be a member of the Surface Transportation Board.

The President announced his intention to nominate Thomas E. Harvey to be a member of the Veterans Affairs Asset and Infrastructure Review Commission.

June 23

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

The President announced the appointment of Ronald C. Guidry, Jr., as State Executive Director for Louisiana at the Farm Service Agency of the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Maureen "Morb" Wicks as State Executive Director for Montana at the Farm Service Agency of the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Mark Gibbons as State Executive Director for Utah at the Farm Service Agency of the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Christy Cauble Davis as Kansas State Director for Rural Development at the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Lillian Salerno as Texas State Director for Rural Development at the Department of Agriculture.

June 24

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

During the day, in the Oval Office, the President was briefed by White House Chief of Staff Ronald A. Klain on the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization overturning the Court's 1973 decision in Roe v. Wade. Then, he met with his senior advisers to prepare his address to the Nation. Later, once a draft of his remarks had been prepared, the President made revisions after quickly reviewing the text of the decision.

June 25

In the evening, the President traveled to Munich, Germany. Upon arrival at the Munich International Airport, he traveled to Krün, Germany, where, at the Schloss Elmau, he remained overnight.

June 26

In the morning, at the Schloss Elmau, the President attended a private mass given by a priest from the U.S. Army.

In the afternoon, at the Schloss Elmau, on the outdoor summit pavilion, the President participated in an official welcome with Chancellor Olaf Scholz of Germany and his wife Britta

Ernst and other leaders of Group of Seven (G–7) nations and the European Union and their spouses. Then, on the Yoga Pavilion, the President participated in a working lunch on the global economy with G–7 and European Union leaders. Later, on the patio, he participated in a family photo with G–7 and European Union leaders.

In the evening, at the Schloss Elmau, in the summit restaurant, the President participated in a working dinner on foreign policy and an additional photo opportunity with G–7 and European Union leaders. Prior to the photo, the President answered a few questions from reporters. He remained overnight at the Schloss Elmau.

The President announced the designation of the following individuals as members of a Presidential delegation to attend the Inauguration of Ferdinand Romualdez Marcos, Jr., as President of the Philippines in Manila, Philippines, on June 30: Douglas C. Emhoff (head of delegation); Heather Variava; Robert C. Scott; Nani A. Coloretti; James A. "Sandy" Winnefeld, Jr.; Edgard D. Kagan; and Chantale Y. Wong.

June 27

In the morning, at the Schloss Elmau, on the Yoga Pavilion, the President participated in a session on Ukraine with leaders of Group of Seven (G–7) nations and the European Union.

President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine joined the session via videoconference.

In the afternoon, at the Schloss Elmau, in the Front Courtyard, the President participated in a greeting and family photo with G–7 and European Union leaders, outreach partners, and heads of international organizations, followed by a working lunch on climate, energy, and health in the Fidelio restaurant. Then, also in the Front Courtyard, they participated in a working session on food security and gender equality. The President remained overnight at the Schloss Elmau.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Jerusalem, Israel, the West Bank, and Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, from July 13 through 16.

The President made additional disaster assistance available to New Mexico by authorizing an increase in the level of Federal funding for debris removal and emergency protective measures undertaken in the State as a result of wildfires and straight-line winds beginning on April 5.

The White House announced that the President will award the Medal of Honor to four U.S. Army soldiers who fought in the Vietnam war at the White House on July 5: Staff Sgt. Edward N. Kaneshiro (posthumous), Spc. 5 Dwight W. Birdwell, Spc. 5 Dennis M. Fujii, and Maj. John J. Duffy (Ret.).

June 28

In the morning, at the Schloss Elmau, on the summit pavilion, the President met with Chancellor Olaf Scholz of Germany, President Emmanuel Macron of France, Prime Minister Boris Johnson of the United Kingdom, and Prime Minister Mario Draghi of Italy. Then, he traveled to Munich, Germany.

In the afternoon, upon arrival at the Munich International Airport, the President traveled to Madrid, Spain. Upon arrival at the Madrid-Torrejón Airport, the President was greeted by King Felipe VI, Minister for Foreign Affairs, European Union, and International Cooperation José Manuel Albares Bueno, and Ambassador to the U.S. Santiago Cabanas Ansorena, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Spain; and U.S. Ambassador to Spain Julissa Reynoso Pantaleon. Then, he traveled to the Palace of Moncloa, where he was greeted by Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez Perez- Castejon of Spain, and they posed for photographs and had a restricted bilateral meeting. Later, he traveled to the Palacio Real de Madrid, arriving in the evening.

In the evening, at the Palacio Real de Madrid, the President was greeted by King Felipe VI. Later, he traveled to InterContinental Madrid hotel, where he visited with U.S. Embassy staff and their families.

Later in the evening, the President traveled to the Palacio Real, where he and Dr. Biden attended a dinner for heads of state and government and heads of international organizations invited to the official North Atlantic Treaty Organization summit and their spouses, hosted by King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain, and participated in a family photo. Later, they returned to the InterContinental Madrid hotel, where they remained overnight.

During the day, at the Schloss Elmau, on the margins of the Group of Seven (G–7) nations summit, the President met with President Macky Sall of Senegal, the current chair of the African Union, to discuss the impact of Russia's war against Ukraine on food security in Africa, the coming G–7 announcement on further efforts to support food security, and the G–7 Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment, including a new flagship project to invest in a new industrial-scale vaccine manufacturing facility in Senegal with the potential to produce hundreds of millions of doses of vaccines annually for COVID–19 and other diseases.

Also during the day, the President had a telephone conversation with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey to preview their upcoming gathering at the North Atlantic Treaty Organization summit in Madrid, Spain, to discuss the consequences of Russia's invasion of Ukraine for transatlantic security and other threats to the alliance such as terrorism, as well as take historic decisions to strengthen the alliance's collective defense and security.

The White House announced that the President will meet with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey on the margins of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization summit in Madrid, Spain, on June 29.

The White House announced that the President will welcome President Andrés Manuel López Obrador of Mexico at the White House on July 12.

June 29

In the morning, the President traveled to the Institución Ferial de Madrid convention center, where he participated in an official welcome to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) summit and a family photo with heads of state and government and heads of international organizations. Then, also at the convention center, he participated in the first NATO council session with heads of state and government and heads of international organizations.

In the afternoon, at the Institución Ferial de Madrid convention center, the President participated in a second NATO council session with heads of state and government and heads of international organizations.

In the evening, the President traveled to the InterContinental Madrid hotel. Later, he traveled to the Museo Nacional del Prado, where he attended a transatlantic dinner hosted by Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez Perez-Castejon of Spain for NATO and European Union leaders and their spouses.

Later in the evening, the President returned to the InterContinental Madrid hotel, where he remained overnight.

The President announced the nomination of Tamika Montgomery-Reeves to be a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.

The President announced the nomination of Frances Kay Behm to be a judge on the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan.

The President declared a major disaster in Oklahoma and ordered Federal assistance to supplement State, Tribal, and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by severe storms, tornadoes, and flooding from May 2 through 8.

The President declared a major disaster in South Dakota and ordered Federal assistance to supplement State, Tribal, and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by a severe storm, straight-line winds, tornadoes, and flooding on May 12.

June 30

In the morning, the President traveled to the Institución Ferial de Madrid convention center, where he was greeted by Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and delivered remarks at the third NATO council session with heads of state and government and heads of international organizations. Then, also at the convention center, he participated in a greeting with Sens. Thomas R. Tillis, C. Jeanne Shaheen, Richard J. Durbin, M. Michael Rounds, Christopher A. Coons, Debra S. Fischer, Roy D. Blunt, and Joni K. Ernst, who were in attendance at the NATO summit.

In the afternoon, the President traveled to the Madrid-Torrejón Airport, where, on the tarmac, prior to boarding Air Force One, he spoke with U.S. Ambassador to Spain Julissa Reynoso Pantaleon and greeted members of his advance and travel staff. State Secretary for Foreign and Global Affairs Ángeles Moreno Bau and Ambassador to the U.S. Santiago Cabanas Ansorena also attended his departure. Then, he returned to Washington, DC. His granddaughters Roberta and Finnegan accompanied him. Upon arrival at the White House, the President greeted staff and visitors on the South Lawn. Dr. Biden and her grandson Beau also attended.

July 1

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, the President had a telephone conversation with Attorney General Merrick

B. Garland. Later, traveled to Camp David, MD, where he remained overnight.

During the day, in the Situation Room, the President met with his national security team to discuss a counterterrorism operation targeting Ayman al-Zawahiri, leader of the Al Qaida terrorist organization, review the proposed operation, and view a model of the safehouse in Kabul, Afghanistan, where al-Zawahiri was located. Central Intelligence Agency Director William J. Burns, Director of National Intelligence Avril D. Haines, National Counterterrorism Center Director Christine Abizaid, and National Security Adviser Jacob J. Sullivan participated.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Cleveland, OH, on July 6. The White House announced that the President will award the Presidential Medal of

Freedom to 17 recipients at the White House on July 7.

The President announced his intention to appoint Mohamed Hag Magid to be a Commissioner on the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom.

The President announced his intention to appoint the following individuals to be Commissioners on the U.S. Commission for the Preservation of America's Heritage Abroad: Elizabeth Hirsch Naftali; Michael Lozman; Roselyne Chroman Swig; and Lesley Weiss.

July 3

The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will return to Washington, DC, on July 4.

July 4

In the afternoon, the President and Dr. Biden returned to Washington, DC. Their son Hunter, daughter-in-law Melissa Cohen Biden, and grandson Beau accompanied them. Later, on the South Lawn, they hosted a Fourth of July barbecue for military families. National Security Adviser Jacob J. Sullivan and the President's son Hunter, daughter-in-law Melissa, and grandson Beau also attended. He also had separate telephone conversations with Gov. Jay R. "J.B." Pritzker of Illinois and Mayor Nancy R. Rotering of Highland Park, IL, to discuss the shooting at the Fourth of July parade in Highland Park that killed several people.

In the evening, from the Truman Balcony, the President and Dr. Biden viewed the Independence Day fireworks display over the National Mall. Hunter, Melissa, and Beau also attended.

During the day, the President had separate telephone conversations with Gov. Jay R. "J.B." Pritzker of Illinois and Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot of Chicago to discuss the shooting at a Fourth of July parade in Highland Park, IL.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Langley, VA, on July 8.

July 5

In the morning, President had an intelligence briefing.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Cleveland, OH, on July 6.

July 6

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, the President traveled to Cleveland, OH. Rep. Richard E. Neal accompanied him. Upon arrival at the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, he was greeted by Sen. Sherrod C. Brown, Reps. Marcia C. Kaptur and Shontel Brown, and Mayor Justin Bibb of Cleveland. Then, prior to his remarks at Max S. Hayes High School, he participated in a photo line with State and local officials. Rep. Neal also participated. Later, he returned to Washington, DC, arriving in the evening.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with Cherelle Griner, wife of WNBA's Phoenix Mercury center Brittney Griner, who was arrested by Russian authorities on February 17, to reassure her of his commitment to secure Brittney's release as soon as possible, as well as the release of Paul N. Whelan and other U.S. nationals who are wrongfully detained or held hostage in Russia and around the world, and offer his support to Cherelle and Brittney's family, in providing all possible assistance while his administration pursues every avenue to bring Brittney home. He also read her a draft of the letter he would send to Brittney later that day. Vice President Kamala D. Harris also joined the call.

The President announced his intention to nominate Phillip A. Washington to be Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration.

The President announced his intention to nominate Henry V. Jardine to be Ambassador to Mauritius and the Seychelles.

The President announced his intention to nominate Diane Kaplan to be a member of the Board of Directors for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

The President announced his intention to nominate Jeffrey R. Gural to be Chair of the Public Buildings Reform Board.

July 7

In the morning, in the Oval Office, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had an intelligence briefing.

July 8

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, at the residence of Japan's Ambassador to the U.S., the President visited with Ambassador Koji Tomita, passed along a personal note for Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, and signed a condolence book for former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who was assassinated while making a campaign speech in Nara, Japan. National Security Adviser Jacob J. Sullivan also attended. Then, he traveled to Langley, VA, where, at the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) headquarters, he met with intelligence community leadership and CIA officers to thank them for their service and sacrifice.

In the evening, the President traveled to Rehoboth Beach, DE, where, at his residence, he remained overnight.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with Elizabeth Whelan, sister of Paul N. Whelan, a U.S. citizen who was arrested and held on espionage charges by Russian security services in Moscow, Russia, on December 28, 2018, to reaffirm his commitment to bringing him home as soon as possible, as well as Brittney Griner and all other U.S. citizens who are held hostage or wrongfully detained around the world. He also had a telephone conversation with Prime Minister Kishida to express his outrage, sadness, and deep condolences for the assassination of former Prime Minister Abe, underscore U.S. support for the people of Japan in their time of mourning, and note the importance of Prime Minister Abe's enduring legacy with his vision of a free and open Indo-Pacific and the establishment of the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue meetings of Japan, the U.S., Australia, and India.

The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will return to Washington, DC, on July 10.

The President declared a major disaster in Minnesota and ordered Federal assistance to supplement State, Tribal, and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by severe storms, straight-line winds, tornadoes, and flooding from May 8 through 13.

July 10

In the evening, the President and Dr. Biden returned to Washington, DC.

July 11

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

The President announced his intention to nominate Richard Mills, Jr., to be Ambassador to Nigeria.

The President announced his intention to nominate Ann Marie Yastishock to be Ambassador to Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, and Vanuatu.

July 12

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the evening, the President traveled to Lod, Israel, arriving the following afternoon. During the day, in the Indian Treaty Room of the Dwight D. Executive Office Building, the

President recorded an interview with Yonit Levi of Israel's Channel 12 for later broadcast. He also submitted to a COVID–19 test and received a negative result.

The President announced the nomination of Cindy K. Chung to be a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.

The President announced the nomination of the following individuals to be judges on the

U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania: Kelley B. Hodge; John F. Murphy; and Mia Roberts Perez; and Kai Scott.

July 13

In the afternoon, at the Ben Gurion Airport in Lod, Israel, the President received a briefing on the Iron Beam air defense systems . Then, he traveled to Jerusalem, Israel, where, at the Yad Vashem holocaust memorial, he was greeted by President Isaac Herzog and Prime Minister Yair Lapid of Israel, U.S. Ambassador to Israel Tom Nides, Yad Vashem Chair Dani Dayan, and Yad Vashem Council Chairman Israel Meir Lau. Then, in the Hall of Remembrance, he participated in a wreath-laying ceremony, lit the eternal flame, and signed the guestbook. Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken also attended.

In the evening, the President traveled to the King David Jerusalem Hotel, where he remained overnight.

The President announced the nomination of Margaret R. Guzman to be a judge on the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts.

The President announced the nomination of Kymberly K. Evanson and Jamal Whitehead to be judges on the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington.

The President announced the nomination of Robert S. Ballou to be a judge on the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Virginia.

The President announced the nomination of Jamar K. Walker to be a judge on the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia.

The President announced the nomination of Jorge A. Rodriguez to be a judge on the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York.

The President announced his intention to appoint Mitchel Berger, Carol Brown, and Elizabeth Jaffee as members of the President's Cancer Panel.

July 14

In the morning, the President traveled to the Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem hotel.

In the afternoon, the President had an expanded bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Yair Lapid of Israel. Later, he returned to the King David Jerusalem hotel.

Later in the afternoon, the President traveled to Beit HaNassi, the official residence the President of Israel, where he was greeted by President Isaac Herzog of Israel and his wife Michal, welcomed by an honor guard, and signed the guestbook. Then, he and President Herzog met to discuss Israel-U.S. security cooperation, their commitment to countering Iran’s destabilizing activities, and efforts to promote regional integration to widen the circle of peace. Later, also at Beit HaNassi, he met with former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel, current leader of the opposition party in the Knesset. U.S. Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken and U.S. Ambassador to Israel Thomas Nides; and former Israeli Ambassador to the U.S. Ron Dermer, and Tzachi Braverman and Topaz Luk, Mr. Netanyahu's chiefs of staff and media, respectively, also attended.

In the evening, the President returned to the King David hotel. Then, he traveled to the Teddy Stadium, where he greeted U.S. athletes, attended the opening ceremonies of the

Maccabiah Games, and participated in a greeting with President Herzog, Prime Minister Lapid, Mayor Moshe Lion of Jerusalem, and Maccabiah Games Chairman Amir Peled and President Jack Terpins. Later, he returned to the King David hotel, where he remained overnight.

During the day, the President submitted to a COVID–19 test and received a negative result. The President announced his intention to nominate Lindsay C. Jenkins to be a judge on the

U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.

The President announced the nomination of Matthew L. Garcia to be a judge on the U.S. District Court for the District of New Mexico.

The President announced the nomination of Adrienne C. Nelson to be a judge on the U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon.

The President announced the nomination of Andrew G. Schopler and James E. Simmons, Jr., to be judges on the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California.

The President announced the nomination of Vijay Shanker to be a judge on the District of Columbia Court of Appeals.

The President announced the nomination of Laura Crane and Veronica Sanchez to be judges on the Superior Court of the District of Columbia.

The President declared a major disaster in Minnesota and ordered Federal assistance to supplement State, Tribal, and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by severe storms, straight-line winds, and flooding from April 22 through June 15.

The President declared a major disaster in North Dakota and ordered Federal assistance to supplement State, Tribal, and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by a severe winter storm and flooding from April 22 through May 25.

July 15

In the morning, the President traveled to the Augusta Victoria Hospital, where he was greeted by Chief Executive Officer and East Jerusalem Hospital Network Secretary General Fadi Atrash, Al-Makassed Hospital Chief Executive Officer Adnan Farhoud, Princess Basma Center Chief Executive Officer Violette Mubarak, Red Crescent Society Chief Executive Officer Abdullah Sabri, St. John's Eye Hospital Chief Executive Officer Ahmad Ma'ali, St. Joseph's Maternity Hospital Chief Executive Officer Jamil Koussa, and East Jerusalem Hospital Network Chair Abdelkader Husseini and met with hospital staff and medical professionals. Then, he traveled to Bethlehem, West Bank, Palestinian Territories, where, at the Muqata'a Presidential Compound, he participated in an arrival ceremony with President Mahmoud Abbas of the Palestinian Authority.

In the afternoon, the President traveled to the Church of the Nativity, where he met with Patriarch Theophilos III of the Greek Orthodox Church, Patriarch of Jerusalem Nourhan Manougian of the Armenian Orthodox Church, and Franciscan Custodian of the Holy Land Francesco Patton Custos and received an overview of the mosaics and architecture of the church. Later, he traveled to Lod, Israel, where, upon arrival at the Ben Gurion Airport, he was greeted by President Isaac Herzog and Prime Minister Yair Lapid of Israel and U.S. Ambassador to Israel Thomas Nides. Then, he traveled to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

In evening, upon arrival at King Abdulaziz International Airport, the President was greeted by Governor of the Makkah Region Prince Khalid bin Faisal bil Al Saud and Ambassador to the

U.S. Princess Reema bint Bandar Bin Sultan Al Saud of Saudi Arabia, U.S. Chargé d'Affaires Martina Strong and Jedda U.S. Consulate Consul General Faris Y. Asad, and Director General of

Royal Terminals Fahad Al Saheel and participated in an arrival ceremony. Then, he traveled to Al Salam Royal Palace, where he was greeted by Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman bin Abd al- Aziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia. Then, he met with King Salman bin Abd al-Aziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia. U.S. Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken and National Security Adviser Jacob J. Sullivan, Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs and Crown Prince and Minister of Defense Mohammed bin Salman and Minister of State, Member of the Council of Ministers, and National Security Adviser Musaed bin Muhammad Al-Aiban of Saudi Arabia also attended. Later, he participated in a working session and dinner with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and other Saudi Ministers.

Later in the evening, the President traveled to the Waldorf Astoria Jeddah–Qasr Al Sharq hotel, where he remained overnight.

The President announced his intention to appoint Margaret Aitken Haggerty as a member of the Commission on Presidential Scholars and, upon appointment, designate her Chair.

The President announced his intention to appoint the following individuals as members of the Commission on Presidential Scholars: Jennifer D. Bishop; Kenneth V. Brittingham; Clifford

K. Chiu; Mary Quinn Delaney; Ryan D. Easterly; Peter Van D. Emerson; Antonio Farias; Neil J. Horgan, Member; Frank F. Islam; Cynthia Jackson Hammond; Dan J. Kessler; Domenika Lynch; Sarah McBride; Rodin A. Mehrbani; Brian O'Dwyer; Stephanie Robinson; Kurt Russell, Sr.; Juan

A. Sepúlveda, Jr., Member; Terrance B. Stroud; and Jason Sung Won Yoon.

July 16

In the morning, the President traveled to the Ritz-Carlton, Jeddah hotel.

In the afternoon, at the Ritz-Carlton, Jeddah hotel, the President participated in a welcome reception for the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) summit, followed by a family photo. Later, also at the Ritz-Carlton, he participated in a working lunch with GCC summit participants.

Later in the afternoon, the President traveled to King Abdulaziz International Airport, where he was greeted by Governor of the Makkah Region Prince Khalid Al Faisal bin Abd al-Aziz Al Saud and Ambassador to the U.S. Princess Reema bint Bandar Bin Sultan Al Saud of Saudi Arabia, U.S. Chargé d'Affaires Martina Strong and Jeddah U.S. Consulate Consul General Faris

Y. Asad, and Director General of Royal Terminals Fahad Al Saheel. Then, he traveled to Royal Air Force Mildenhall in Suffolk, United Kingdom, arriving in the evening.

In the evening, the President returned to Washington, DC.

During the day, on the margins of the GCC summit, at the Ritz-Carlton hotel, the President met with King Abdullah II of Jordan to discuss Jordan-U.S. relations, including continued economic and security cooperation, with the announcement of a new U.S. assistance package. He also met with King Hamad bin Isa al-Khalifa of Bahrain to underscore the longstanding Bahrain-

U.S. strategic partnership, including its hosting of the U.S. Navy Forces Central Command/Fifth Fleet, affirm the commitment to strengthening defense, security, economic, commercial, and people-to-people ties, and commend Bahrain's expanded ties with Israel through the Abraham Accords and the Negev process.

Also during the day, on the margins of the GCC summit, at the Ritz-Carlton hotel, the President met with Amir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani of Qatar to reaffirm bilateral cooperation in addressing regional and global challenges and deepening defense and security cooperation as major non-NATO allies, discuss Qatar's preparations to host the 2022 World Cup and the importance of continuing to implement labor reforms in the lead-up to this seminal event, and express appreciation for Qatar's role in promoting security and stability for the Afghan people, and Qatar's exceptional efforts in the evacuation of Afghans. He also met with met with Crown

Prince Mishal al-Ahmad al-Jabir al-Sabah of Kuwait to express appreciation for the longstanding Kuwait-U.S. friendship, reaffirm close cooperation on a range of regional challenges, recognize Kuwait's constructive diplomatic role in lowering regional tensions, including Kuwait's recent confidence-building efforts to restore diplomatic ties between Gulf states and Lebanon, and commend Kuwait's support for an initiative to connect Iraq's electricity grid with those of its Gulf neighbors.

July 18

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

July 19

In the morning, in the Oval Office, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, on the South Lawn, the President and Dr. Biden welcomed First Lady Olena Zelenska of Ukraine.

During the day, the President submitted to and received a negative result on a COVID–19

test.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Somerset, MA, on July 20. The White House announced that the President will travel to Wilkes-Barre, PA, on July 21.

July 20

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. Later, he traveled to Warwick, RI, arriving in the afternoon.

In the afternoon, upon arrival at the Rhode Island T.F. Green International Airport, the President was greeted by Gov. Daniel J. McKee of Rhode Island, Mayor Frank J. Picozzi of Warwick, Sens. Edward J. Markey, Elizabeth A. Warren, and Sheldon Whitehouse, and Reps. William R. Keating and Jacob D. Auchincloss. Then, he traveled to Somerset, MA. Later, he traveled to Warwick, RI, where, upon arrival at the Rhode Island T.F. Green International Airport, he returned to Washington, DC.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Wilkes-Barre, PA, on July 21.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Philadelphia, PA, on July 21. The White House announced that the President will travel to Orlando and Tampa, FL, on

July 25.

July 21

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. He also submitted to an antigen test for COVID–19 and received a positive result, which was then confirmed by a Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) swab. Then, Physician to the President Kevin C. O'Connor examined him thoroughly and, noting mild symptoms, recommended a course of Paxlovid antiviral therapy.

Also in the morning, the President had a telephone conversation with Vice President Kamala

D. Harris. He also had separate telephone conversations with Sen. Robert P. Casey, Jr., Rep. Matthew A. Cartwright, Mayor George C. Brown of Wilkes-Barre, PA, and Mayor Paige G. Cognetti of Scranton, PA, to discuss his administration's plans to invest in community policing, crime prevention, and national infrastructure improvement efforts and express his disappointment that he was unable to travel to Scranton and Wilkes-Barre later that afternoon due to his positive

COVID status. He also had a telephone conversation with House Majority Whip Rep. James E. Clyburn to wish him a happy birthday and congratulate him on the NAACP Spingarn Medal he received the night before. He also spoke with White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre and COVID–19 Response Coordinator Ashish K. Jha.

In the evening, the President had a telephone conversation with Sen. Thomas R. Carper to see how he was feeling following his testing positive for COVID–19. He also had telephone conversations with the hosts of the Democratic National Committee fundraising reception in Philadelphia, PA, that he had planned to attend that evening to thank them for their flexibility in responding to his canceled appearance following his positive COVID test that morning.

Also in the evening, the President signed H.R. 8351, the Formula Act, which was assigned Public Law No. 117–160. He also viewed an early portion of the televised broadcast of the hearing of the House Select Committee To Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol.

During the day, from the Residence, the President had telephone conversations with members of his staff and participated in other scheduled meetings via videoconference. He also had separate telephone conversations with some of his cousins in Scranton, PA, who were planning to attend his scheduled remarks in the Marts Hall at Wilkes University in Wilkes-Barre, PA. He also had separate telephone conversations with U.S. Ambassador to the European Union Mark Gitenstein and Sen. John Cornyn III.

Also during the day, the President had separate telephone conversations with Sens. Edward

J. Markey and Elizabeth A. Warren, and Reps. William R. Keating and Jacob D. Auchincloss, who had all traveled with him on Air Force One the day before. He was in conversation with or examined in person by Dr. O'Connor several times throughout the day.

The White House announced that the President's scheduled travel to Wilkes-Barre and Philadelphia, PA, on July 21; Greenville, DE, on July 21; and Orlando and Tampa, FL, on July 25 had all been canceled due to the President's positive COVID test.

The President announced his intention to nominate Shailen P. Bhatt to be Administrator of the Federal Highway Administration at the Department of Transportation.

The President announced his intention to nominate Jeff Marootian to be Assistant Secretary for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy at the Department of Energy.

The President announced his intention to nominate Stephen A. Owens to be Chairman of the Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board.

July 22

In the morning, the President received his intelligence briefing virtually.

In the afternoon, the President met virtually with his senior advisers to discuss efforts to advance his legislative priorities. He also spoke via FaceTime with White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre and COVID–19 Response Coordinator Ashish K. Jha to offer his message to the Nation encouraging everyone to get their COVID–19 vaccines and boosters.

During the day, the President was in conversation with or examined in person by Physician to the President Kevin C. O'Connor several times throughout the day.

July 25

In the morning, the President received his intelligence briefing virtually.

In the afternoon, the President delivered remarks via prerecorded video to the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE) conference in Orlando, FL.

During the day, the President met with members of his national security team to discuss a counterterrorism operation targeting Ayman al-Zawahiri, leader of the Al Qaida terrorist organization, review the proposed operation in Kabul, Afghanistan, and discuss his desire to minimize civilian casualties.

The President declared an emergency in the U.S. Virgin Islands and ordered Federal assistance to supplement the Territory's response efforts due to the emergency conditions resulting from a water shortage and health impact from unprecedented sargassum seagrass influx beginning on July 15 and continuing.

July 26

In the morning, the President received his intelligence briefing virtually.

In the evening, the President submitted to an antigen test for COVID–19 and received a negative result.

During the day, the President received regular updates on the extreme heat conditions prevalent in many western States and ongoing wildfires in California.

July 27

In the morning, the President received his intelligence briefing virtually. He also submitted to an antigen test for COVID–19 and received a negative result.

During the day, the President had separate telephone conversations with Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer and Sen. Joseph A. Manchin III to discuss legislation to combat inflation, promote clean energy production, and reduce prescription drug costs.

The President announced his intention to nominate Jessica Looman to be Wage and Hour Administrator at the Department of Labor.

The President announced his intention to nominate Hugo Yue-Ho Yon to be Ambassador to Maldives.

The President announced his intention to nominate Joe H. Ritch to be member of the Tennessee Valley Authority Board of Directors.

The President announced his intention to nominate Almo J. Carter to be Commissioner of the U.S. Parole Commission.

The President declared a major disaster in Alaska and ordered Federal assistance to supplement State, Tribal, and local recovery efforts in the area affected by a landslide on May 7.

The President declared a major disaster in Nebraska and ordered Federal assistance to supplement State, Tribal, and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by severe storms and straight-line winds on May 12.

July 28

In the morning, the President had a telephone conversation with President Xi Jinping of China to discuss China-U.S. relations and other regional and global issues, in particular to address climate change and health security, and underscore that U.S. policy toward Taiwan had not changed and opposed any unilateral efforts to change the status quo or undermine peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait. Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken, National Security Adviser Jacob J. Sullivan and Deputy National Security Adviser Jonathan Finer, and National Security

Council Coordinator for the Asia-Pacific Kurt M. Campbell and Senior Director for China Laura Rosenberger also attended. Later, he had an intelligence briefing. He also submitted to an antigen test for COVID–19 and received a negative result.

In the evening, the President made a telephone call to Gov. Andrew G. Beshear of Kentucky and left a voicemail offering his condolences for the loss of life and destruction caused by the recent flooding in Eastern Kentucky and pledge any Federal support needed in the recovery effort.

The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will welcome former President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama to the White House on September 7 for the unveiling ceremony of their official White House portraits.

July 29

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. He also submitted to an antigen test for COVID–19 and received a negative result.

Also in the morning, the President had a telephone conversation with Senate Minority Leader A. Michell McConnell offering his condolences for the loss of life and destruction caused by the recent flooding in Eastern Kentucky and pledge any Federal support needed in the recovery effort.

During the day, the President received regular updates on the flooding in Eastern Kentucky. The White House announced that the President will travel to Greenville, DE, on July 31.

The President announced his intention to nominate Todd E. Edelman to be a judge on the

U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.

The President announced his intention to nominate Kathleen A. FitzGibbon to be Ambassador to Niger.

The President announced his intention to nominate Alan J. Patricof to be a member of the Securities Investor Protection Corporation.

The President announced his intention to nominate Juan Eduardo Sanchez to be Federal Cochairman of the Southwest Border Regional Commission.

The President announced his intention to nominate Jay T. Snyder to be a member of the U.S. Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy.

The President announced his intention to nominate Joseph L. Falk to be a member of the

U.S. Institute of Peace.

The President announced the nomination of Julie Rikelman to be a judge on the U.S. Circuit Court for the First Circuit.

The President announced the nomination of Maria Araújo Kahn to be a judge on the U.S. Circuit Court for the Second Circuit.

The President announced the nomination of Daniel Calabretta to be a judge on the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California

The President announced the nomination of Jeffery P. Hopkins to be a judge on the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio.

The President announced the nomination of Myong J. Joun and Julia Kobick to be judges on the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts.

The President announced the nomination of Rita F. Lin and Araceli Martinez-Olguin to be judges on the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.

The President announced the nomination of Casey T. Arrowood to be U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Tennessee.

The President announced the nomination of Henry C. Leventis to be U.S. attorney for the Middle District of Tennessee.

The President announced the nomination of Kevin G. Ritz to be U.S. attorney for the Western District of Tennessee.

The President announced the nomination of William R. Hart to be U.S. marshal for the District of New Hampshire.

The President declared a major disaster in Kentucky and ordered Federal aid to supplement Commonwealth and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by severe storms, flooding, landslides, and mudslides beginning on July 26 and continuing.

July 30

In the morning, the President submitted to an antigen test for COVID–19 and received a positive result.

In the afternoon, the President participated in a FaceTime video call with veterans, families, and activists staging a demonstration outside the U.S. Capitol to raise awareness on the impact of burn pits and other environmental hazards to U.S. servicemembers deployed in war zones.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Hemlock, MI, on August 2. The White House announced that the President's scheduled travel to Greenville, DE, on July

31 and Hemlock, MI, on August 2 had been canceled due the President's positive COVID test.

July 31

In the morning, the President submitted to an antigen test for COVID–19 and received a positive result.

August 1

In the morning, the President received his intelligence briefing virtually. He also submitted to an antigen test for COVID–19 and received a positive result.

During the day, the President met with his senior advisers.

August 2

In the morning, the President received his intelligence briefing virtually. He also submitted to an antigen test for COVID–19 and received a positive result.

The President announced the appointment of Robert J. Fenton, Jr., as White House National Monkeypox Response Coordinator.

The President announced the appointment of Demetre Daskalakis as White House National Monkeypox Response Deputy Coordinator.

The President declared a major disaster in South Dakota and ordered Federal assistance to supplement State, Tribal, and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by a severe storm, straight-line winds, tornadoes, and flooding from June 11 through 14.

August 3

In the morning, the President received his intelligence briefing virtually. He also submitted to an antigen test for COVID–19 and received a positive result.

In the evening, the President participated in a virtual thank-you event for the Democratic National Committee and delivered remarks.

The White House announced that the President will sign into law S. 3373, the Sergeant First Class Heath Robinson Honoring our Promises to Address Comprehensive Toxics (PACT) Act of 2022, on August 8.

The White House announced that the President will sign into law H.R. 4346, the CHIPS and Science Act of 2022, on August 9.

The President announced the designation of the following individuals as members of a Presidential delegation to attend the Inauguration of Gustavo Francisco Petro Urrego as President of Colombia in Bogotá, Colombia, on August 7: Samantha Power (head of delegation); Gregory

W. Meeks; Francisco L. Palmieri; Desirée Cormier Smith; and Juan Gonzalez.

The President announced his intention to nominate David Crane to be Under Secretary for Infrastructure at the Department of Energy.

The President announced his intention to nominate Richard Weiner to be Director of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.

The President announced his intention to nominate Colleen Joy Shogan to be Archivist of the United States.

The President announced his intention to nominate Robert Harley Shriver III to be Deputy Director of the Office of Personnel Management.

The President announced his intention to nominate Bijan Sabet to be Ambassador to the Czech Republic.

The President announced his intention to nominate Eric W. Kneedler to be Ambassador to Rwanda.

The President announced his intention to nominate Elizabeth Rood to be Ambassador to Turkmenistan.

The President announced his intention to nominate Alvin Brown to be a member of the National Transportation Safety Board.

August 4

In the morning, the President received his intelligence briefing virtually. He also submitted to an antigen test for COVID–19 and received a positive result.

During the day, from the Treaty Room, the President met via videoconference with a group of historians and writers: Jon Meacham, Anne Applebaum, Sean Wilentz, Allida Black, and Michael Beschloss gathered in the Map Room. White House Senior Adviser Anita Dunn and Director of Speechwriting Vinay Reddy also attended, with Senior Adviser Mike Donilon joining via videoconference.

August 5

In the morning, the President received his intelligence briefing virtually. He also submitted to an antigen test for COVID–19 and received a positive result.

The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will travel to Eastern Kentucky on August 8.

The White House announced that the President will sign into law S. 3373, the Sergeant First Class Heath Robinson Honoring our Promises to Address Comprehensive Toxics (PACT) Act of 2022, on August 10.

August 6

In the morning, the President submitted to an antigen test for COVID–19 and received a negative result.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Rehoboth Beach, DE, on August 7.

The President made additional disaster assistance available to Kentucky by authorizing an increase in the level of Federal funding for emergency work undertaken in the Commonwealth as a result of severe storms, flooding, landslides, and mudslides beginning on July 26 and continuing.

August 7

In the morning, the President submitted to an antigen test for COVID–19 and received a negative result. Then, he traveled to Rehoboth Beach, DE. Prior to boarding Marine One for departure, on the South Lawn, he made brief remarks to reporters. Upon arrival at the Gordon Pond landing zone in Cape Henlopen State Park, he traveled to his residence, where he remained overnight.

The White House announced further details on the President and Dr. Biden's travel to Eastern Kentucky on August 8.

The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will travel to Kiawah Island, SC, on August 10.

August 8

In the morning, the President and Dr. Biden traveled to Lexington, KY, where, upon arrival at the Blue Grass Airport, they were greeted on the tarmac by Mayor Linda Gorton of Lexington. Then, they traveled to Chavies, KY, where, upon arrival at the Wendell H. Ford Airport, they were greeted on the tarmac by Gov. Andrew G. Beshear of Kentucky and his wife Britainy, Lt. Gov. Jacqueline Coleman of Kentucky and her husband Chris O'Bryan, Rep. Harold D. Rogers and his wife Cynthia, and Federal Emergency Management Agency Administrator Deanne Bennett Criswell. Then, they traveled to Lost Creek, KY, arriving in the afternoon.

In the afternoon, following the briefing at the Marie Roberts-Caney Elementary School, the President greeted volunteers sorting and folding donated clothing in the gymnasium. Then, he and Dr. Biden toured a neighborhood damaged in the recent flooding, surveyed the impact and response efforts, and visited with families affected by the devastation. Breathitt County Judge Executive Jeffery Noble led the tour, with Gov. and Mrs. Beshear, Lt. Gov. Coleman and Mr.

O'Bryan, Rep. and Mrs. Rogers, Administrator Criswell, and American Red Cross President Gail

J. McGovern also participating. Later, they returned to Washington, DC.

During the day, the President submitted to an antigen test for COVID–19 and received a negative result.

The President declared a major disaster in Missouri and ordered Federal aid to supplement State and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by severe storms and flooding from July 25 through 28.

August 9

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. He also submitted to an antigen test for COVID–19 and received a negative result.

In the afternoon, the President had a telephone conversation with Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson of Sweden and President Sauli Niinistö of Finland to congratulate them on the U.S. Senate's swift, bipartisan ratification of their respective countries' accession protocols to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), welcome them in moving one step closer to becoming NATO allies, and affirm U.S. cooperation with both countries to remain vigilant against any threats to shared security and deter and confront any aggression.

The President announced his intention to nominate Terry J. Burgin to be U.S. marshal for the Western District of North Carolina.

The President announced his intention to nominate Glenn McNeill to be U.S. marshal for the Eastern District of North Carolina.

The President announced his intention to nominate Catrina Thompson to be U.S. marshal for the Middle District of North Carolina.

The President announced his intention to nominate DeAndrea Benjamin to be a judge on the

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.

The President announced his intention to nominate Jabari Wamble to be a judge on the U.S. Circuit Court for the Tenth Circuit.

The President declared a major disaster in Minnesota and ordered Federal assistance to supplement State, Tribal, and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by severe storms, straight-line winds, tornadoes, and flooding on May 29 and 30.

August 10

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, the President and Dr. Biden traveled to Kiawah Island, SC, where, at their vacation residence, they remained overnight.

The President announced his intention to appoint Monica Bertagnolli as Director of the National Cancer Institute.

August 12

In the afternoon, the President traveled to the Turtle Point Golf Course, where he participated in separate videoconferences, one during the vote and another following the vote, with senior staff who worked on legislation to combat inflation, promote clean energy production, and reduce prescription drug costs, who were gathered in the Roosevelt Room at the White House, to thank them for their work and celebrate the passage of the bill, with Counselor to the President Steven J. Ricchetti leading a toast.

In the evening, the President returned to his vacation residence, where he remained overnight.

The President announced his intention to appoint the following individuals as members of the National Museum and Library Services Board: Joan Breier Brodsky; Susan L. Gibbons; Amy

E. Gilman; Julius C. Jefferson, Jr.; Cameron Kitchin; Dipesh Navsaria; James G. Neal; Annie Norman; Halona Norton-Westbrook; Allison C. Perkins; and Monica Ramirez-Montagut.

August 13

In the afternoon, the President traveled to Johns Island, SC, where, at Holy Spirit Catholic Church, he attended Mass.

In the evening, the President returned to Kiawah Island, SC, where, at his vacation residence, he remained overnight.

August 14

In the morning, during a bike ride on the beach with Dr. Biden, the President spoke with reporters and answered questions.

August 15

In the afternoon, the President traveled to Kiawah Island Beach Club. His son Hunter and daughter-in-law Melissa Cohen accompanied him.

The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will return to Washington, DC, on August 16.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Greenville, DE, on August 16. The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will travel to Montgomery

County, MD, on August 25.

August 16

In the morning, the President submitted to an antigen test for COVID–19 and received a negative result. Later, he traveled to Charleston, SC.

In the afternoon, upon arrival at Charleston Air Force Base, the President returned to Washington, DC, arriving in the afternoon. His grandson Beau accompanied him. Upon arrival at Joint Base Andrews, MD, he spoke briefly with reporters and answered questions.

In the evening, the President traveled to Greenville, DE, where, at his residence, he remained overnight.

August 17

In the afternoon, at the Fieldstone Golf Club, the President played golf with Ron Olivere, father-in-law of his late son Beau. Later, he returned to his residence, where he remained overnight.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Wilkes-Barre, PA, on August

30.

August 18

In the morning, the President submitted to an antigen test for COVID–19 and received a negative result.

August 19

In the afternoon, at the Fieldstone Golf Club, the President played golf with his brother James.

In the evening, the President returned to his residence, where he remained overnight. The White House announced that the President will travel to Rehoboth Beach, DE, on

August 20.

The President announced his intention to nominate Arthur W. Brown to be Ambassador to Ecuador.

The President announced his intention to nominate Karen Sasahara to be Ambassador to Kuwait.

The President announced his intention to appoint the following individuals as members of the U.S. Commission for the Preservation of America's Heritage Abroad: Nancy D. Berman; Herbert Block; Harley Lippman; and Hershel Wein.

The President announced his intention to appoint Alexandra Jones as Chair of the Cultural Property Advisory Committee Chair.

The President announced his intention to appoint the following individuals as members of Cultural Property Advisory Committee: Alex W. Barker; Andrew L. Connors; Michael Findlay; Cynthia D. Herbert; Nii Otokunor Quarcoopome; Miriam T. Stark; and William A.K. Titelman.

The President announced his intention to appoint James R. Berman and Michael Trager as members J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board.

August 20

In the evening, the President traveled to Rehoboth Beach, DE. Upon arrival at the Gordon's Pond landing zone in Cape Henlopen State Park, he traveled to his residence, where he remained overnight. His daughter Ashley accompanied him.

August 21

In the morning, the President had a telephone conversation with President Emmanuel Macron of France, Chancellor Olaf Scholz of Germany, and Prime Minister Boris Johnson of the United Kingdom to affirm their continued support for Ukraine's efforts to defend itself against Russian aggression, discuss the situation at the Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant, including the need to avoid military operations near the plant and the importance of a visit from International Atomic Energy Agency as soon as feasible to ascertain the state of safety systems, and review ongoing negotiations over Iran's nuclear program, the need to strengthen support for partners in the Middle East region, and joint efforts to deter and constrain Iran's destabilizing regional activities.

The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will return to Washington, DC, on August 24.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Greenville, DE, on August 26.

August 24

In the morning, the President returned to Washington, DC. He also submitted to an antigen test for COVID–19 and received a negative result.

The President announced the appointment of Kimberly Cheatle as Director of the U.S. Secret Service.

The President made additional disaster assistance available to New Mexico by authorizing an increase in the level of Federal funding for debris removal and emergency protective measures undertaken in the State as a result of wildfires and straight-line winds beginning on April 5 and continuing.

August 25

In the afternoon, the President traveled to Bethesda, MD. Then, he traveled to Rockville, MD, where, at Richard Montgomery High School, prior to his remarks at the Democratic National Committee rally in the gymnasium, he visited with supporters gathered in the auditorium and cafeteria and made remarks.

In the evening, the President returned to Washington, DC.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine to congratulate Ukraine on its Independence Day, reaffirm U.S. support for Ukraine in its efforts to defend itself against Russian aggression, provide an update on U.S. security assistance, and discuss the need for Russia to return full control of the Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant to Ukraine and allow International Atomic Energy Agency access to the plant.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Beltsville, MD, on August 26. The White House announced that the President will travel to Licking County, OH, on

September 9.

The White House announced that the President will travel to New York City on September

18.

The President made additional disaster assistance available to New Mexico by extending by

90 days the time period for 100-percent Federal funding for debris removal and emergency protective measures undertaken in Mora and San Miguel Counties as a result of wildfires and straight-line winds from April 5 through July 23.

August 26

In the morning, the President received an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, the President traveled to Laurel, MD, where, at the James J. Rowley Training Center operated by the U.S. Secret Service, he recorded an interview with Jay Leno of CNBC's "Jay Leno's Garage" program for later broadcast and participated in a drag race against Michael Powell, son of the late former Secretary of State Colin L. Powell. Later, he traveled to Joint Base Andrews, MD, where, prior to boarding Air Force One, he spoke briefly with reporters and answered questions on the tarmac. Then, he traveled to Greenville, DE, where, at his residence, he remained overnight.

The President announced his intention to appoint Everett B. Kelley, David J. Holway, and Patrick J. Yoes as members of the Federal Salary Council.

The President announced his intention to appoint Jeremy B. Bash and Blair W. Effron as members of the President's Intelligence Advisory Board.

The President announced his intention to appoint Raymond M. Jefferson as a member of the President's Commission on White House Fellowships.

The President declared a major disaster in Alaska and ordered Federal assistance to supplement State, Tribal, and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by flooding from May 8 through 11.

August 27

In the afternoon, at the Fieldstone Golf Club, the President played golf with Ron Olivere, father-in-law of his late son Beau, and his grandson Hunter. Later, he returned to his residence, where he remained overnight.

August 28

The White House announced that the President will return to Washington, DC, on August

29.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Wilkes-Barre, PA, on August 30.

August 29

In the morning, the President returned to Washington, DC.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Philadelphia, PA, on September

1.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Milwaukee, WI, and Pittsburgh,

PA, on September 5.

August 30

In the morning, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, the President traveled to Avoca, PA, where, upon arrival at the Wilkes- Barre Scranton International Airport, he was greeted on the tarmac by Sen. Robert P. Casey, Jr., Gov. Thomas W. Wolf, Mayor George C. Brown of Wilkes-Barre, Mayor Paige G. Cognetti of Scranton, PA, Luzerne County Council Chair Kendra M. Radle, and Lackawanna County Commissioner Jerry Notarianni. Then, he traveled to Wilkes-Barre, PA, where, prior to his remarks at the Arnaud C. Marts Center on the campus of Wilkes University, he participated in a photo line with State and local officials. Later, he traveled to Avoca, where, at the Wilkes-Barre Scranton airport, prior to boarding Air Force One, he answered a question from a reporter. Then, he returned to Washington, DC.

During the day, the President spoke with Rep. Bennie G. Thompson about the drinking water crisis in Jackson, MS, and Federal efforts to mitigate the situation.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Boston, MA, on September 12.

The President declared an emergency in Mississippi and ordered Federal assistance to supplement the State's response efforts due to the emergency conditions resulting from a water crisis beginning on August 30 and continuing.

August 31

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. He also had a telephone conversation with Mayor Chokwe Lumumba of Jackson, MS, to discuss the urgent crisis city residents face accessing clean and safe water, review emergency response efforts underway, including support from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Environmental Protection Agency, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and express his determination to provide Federal support to address the immediate crisis as well as the longer term effort to rebuild Jackson's water infrastructure.

In the afternoon, in the Roosevelt Room, the President dropped by a Domestic Policy Council meeting with Dr. Biden and Secretary of Education Miguel A. Cardona, other Cabinet members, and other stakeholders from States, labor organizations, and the private sector on administration efforts to strengthen the teaching profession and support schools in their effort to address teacher shortages in the new schoolyear.

In the evening, the President had a telephone conversation with Representative-elect Mary Peltola to congratulate her on her victory in the Alaska special election, discuss working with her to lower costs for working families in Alaska once she is sworn into her seat in Congress, and also wish her a happy birthday.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with Prime Minister Yair Lapid of Israel to consult on global and regional security challenges, including threats posed by Iran, underscore the U.S. joint commitment never to allow Iran to acquire a nuclear weapon, express appreciation for the warm reception during the President's July trip to Israel, a visit that illustrated the friendship between the two countries, and emphasize the importance of concluding the maritime boundary negotiations between Israel and Lebanon in the coming weeks. He also had a telephone conversation with Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi of Iraq to discuss U.S. support for a sovereign and independent Iraq, commend the Prime Minister's personal leadership during escalating tensions and violence over a 24-hour period earlier this week, praise the performance of the Iraqi security forces, extend condolences to the families of those killed in the recent fighting, welcome the return of security to the streets, calling on all Iraqi leaders to engage in a national dialogue to forge a common way forward consistent with Iraq's constitution and laws, and offer his full support for the Prime Minister's efforts to deescalate tensions in the region through dialogue and diplomacy.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Philadelphia, PA, on September 1.

The White House announced further details on the President and Dr. Biden's welcoming former President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama to the White House on September 7 for the unveiling ceremony of their official White House portraits.

The President announced his intention to appoint Adebayo O. Ogunlesi as a member of the President's National Infrastructure Advisory Council and, upon appointment, designate him Chair.

The President announced his intention to appoint Maria Lehman as a member of the President's National Infrastructure Advisory Council and, upon appointment, designate her Vice Chair.

The President announced his intention to appoint the following individuals as members of the President's National Infrastructure Advisory Council: Alan S. Armstrong; Manu Asthana; Camille Batiste; Madhu Beriwal; Deneen DeFiore; Joshua J. Descant; Christine H. Fox; David L. Gadis; Michael D. Hayford; Constance H. Lau; Norma Jean Mattei; Clara Lee Pratte; Gil C. Quiniones; Jorge Ramirez; Pasquale Romano; Beverly A. Scott; Patricia G. Sims; L. Vance Taylor; Anthony W. Thomas; Conrad M. Vial; Sadek Wahba; Christopher J. Wiernicki; Robert

O. Work; and Audrey A. Zibelman.

September 1

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, the President and Dr. Biden traveled to Philadelphia, PA, arriving in the evening. Their granddaughter Naomi and her fiancé Peter Neal accompanied them.

In the evening, upon arrival at Philadelphia International Airport, the President and Dr. Biden were greeted on the tarmac by Gov. Thomas W. Wolf, Sen. Robert P. Casey, Jr., Reps. Brendan F. Boyle, Dwight E. Evans, Madeleine C. Dean, and Mary Gay Scanlon, and Mayor James F. Kenney of Philadelphia. Then, they traveled to Independence Hall, where, prior to the President's remarks, they participated in a photo line with State and local officials. Later, they returned to Washington, DC.

The White House announced that the President will welcome President Matamela Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa to the White House on September 16.

The White House announced that the President will host a U.S.- Pacific Island Country Summit in Washington, DC, on September 28 and 29.

September 2

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, in the Private Dining Room, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had lunch. Later, he met with leaders of civil rights organizations to discuss administration accomplishments and continued efforts to advance justice and equity for the Black community, including cutting health care costs and student debt, increasing public safety, advancing effective and accountable policing, and protecting women's rights; review their shared commitment to advancing legislation to protect voting rights and combat hate-fueled violence; and highlight ongoing work to strengthen the economy and advance opportunity for all communities through recent legislation.

Later in the afternoon, the President and Dr. Biden traveled to Camp David, MD, where he remained overnight.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Milwaukee, WI, on September 5.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Pittsburgh, PA, on September 5.

The President announced his intention to nominate Charnelle M. Bjelkengren to be a judge on the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Washington.

The President announced his intention to nominate Richard L. Revesz to be Administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs at the Office of Management and Budget.

The President announced his intention to nominate Nickolas H. Guertin to be Assistant Secretary for Research, Development, and Acquisition at the Department of the Navy.

The President announced his intention to nominate Gene Rodrigues to be Assistant Secretary for Electricity at the Department of Energy.

The President announced his intention to nominate Danté Q. Allen to be Commissioner of the Rehabilitation Services Administration at the Department of Education.

The President announced his intention to nominate George P. Kent to be Ambassador to Estonia.

The President announced his intention to nominate Donna A. Welton to be Ambassador to Timor-Leste.

The President announced his intention to nominate Roger I. Zakheim to be a member of the

U.S. Institute of Peace.

The President announced the nomination of Anthony Johnstone to be a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

The President announced the nomination of Gordon Gallagher to be a judge on the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado.

The President announced the nomination of Jonathan J.C. Grey to be a judge on the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan.

The President announced the nomination of Colleen Lawless to be a judge on the U.S. District Court for the Central District of Illinois.

The President announced the nomination of Orelia Merchant to be a judge on the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York.

The President announced the nomination of P. Casey Pitts and Ramon Reyes to be judges on the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.

The President announced the nomination of Arun Subramanian to be a judge on the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

The President announced the nomination of Todd Gee to be a U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Mississippi.

The President announced the nomination of Michael Purnell to be a U.S. marshal for the Northern District of Mississippi.

The President announced the nomination of Dale Bell to be a U.S. marshal for the Southern District of Mississippi.

The President announced the appointment of John D. Podesta as Senior Adviser for Clean Energy Innovation and Implementation.

The President announced the appointment of Ali Zaidi as National Climate Adviser.

The President declared a major disaster for the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community and ordered Federal aid to supplement the Tribe's efforts in the areas affected by severe storms on July 17 and 18.

September 3

The White House announced that the President will travel to National Harbor, MD, on September 8.

September 5

In the morning, the President and Dr. Biden traveled to Joint Base Andrews, MD. Then, he traveled to Milwaukee, WI. Upon arrival at the General Mitchell International Airport, he was greeted on the tarmac by Mayor Cavalier "Chevy" Johnson of Milwaukee and his wife Dominique and Milwaukee County Executive David Crowley and his wife Ericka. Then, he traveled to Henry Maier Festival Park, where he participated in a photo line with Secretary of Labor Martin J. Walsh, Gov. Anthony S. Evers, Rep. Gwendolynne S. Moore, Mayor Johnson, and County Executive Crowley.

In the afternoon, following his remarks at Laborfest, the President posed for photographs with attendees. Then, he traveled to Pittsburgh, PA. Secretary Walsh and AFL–CIO President Elizabeth H. Shuler accompanied him. Upon arrival at the Allegheny County Airport landing zone, the President was greeted by Sen. Robert P. Casey, Jr., Reps. Conor J. Lamb and Michael F. Doyle, Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald, and Mayor Edward C. Gainey of Pittsburgh. Then, he traveled to West Mifflin, PA, where, at the United Steelworkers of America Local Union 2227, he was greeted by Lt. Gov. John K. Fetterman. Before and after his remarks to union members and their families, the President posed for photographs with attendees.

In the evening, the President returned to Washington, DC. Secretary Walsh and AFL–CIO President Shuler accompanied him.

Upon arrival on the South Lawn at the White House, the President answered a question from a reporter.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel National Harbor, MD, on September 8 and Licking County, OH, on September 9.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Wilmington, DE, on September

9.

September 6

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, the President had a telephone conversation with Prime Minister M. Elizabeth Truss of the United Kingdom to offer his congratulations on her selection, reaffirm U.K.-U.S. relations, and discuss the importance of continued close cooperation on global challenges, including supporting Ukraine as it defended itself against Russian aggression, addressing the challenges posed by China, preventing Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon, and securing sustainable and affordable energy resources. They also discussed their shared commitment to protecting the gains of the Belfast/Good Friday Agreement and the importance of reaching a negotiated agreement with the European Union on the Northern Ireland Protocol.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Arlington, VA, on September

11.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Detroit, MI, on September 14. The President announced his intention to nominate Patrick J. Leahy and James E. Risch to be

U.S. Congressional Representatives to the 77th Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations.

The President announced his intention to nominate S. Douglas Bunch, Carol L. Hamilton, and Andrew J. Weinstein to be U.S. Public Delegates to the 77th Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations.

September 7

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, prior to the portrait unveiling event in the East Room, the President and Dr.

Biden had lunch with former President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Boston, MA, on September 12. The President announced his intention to nominate Jennifer M. Adams to be Ambassador to

Cabo Verde.

The President announced his intention to nominate Nicole D. Theriot to be Ambassador to Guyana.

The President announced his intention to nominate Joel M. Szabat to be a member of the Amtrak Board of Directors.

The President announced his intention to nominate Robert G. Taub to be a member of the Postal Regulatory Commission.

September 8

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. He also participated in a secure videoconference with Prime Minister Justin P.J. Trudeau of Canada, Chancellor Olaf Scholz of Germany, Prime Minister Mario Draghi of Italy, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida of Japan, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, President Klaus Iohannis of Romania, President Andrzej Duda of Poland, and Prime Minister M. Elizabeth Truss of the United Kingdom, as well as representatives from France and the European Union, to underscore continued international support for Ukraine in its defense against the Russian invasion, including through the ongoing

provision of security and economic assistance and the sustained imposition of costs on Russia through aggressive sanctions. The leaders also discussed Russia's weaponization of energy and the need for further coordination to secure sustainable and affordable energy supplies for Europe. President Biden also conveyed to Prime Minister Truss his concern for Queen Elizabeth II's health and that he and Dr. Biden were keeping the Queen and her family in their thoughts.

In the afternoon, the President was briefed on the health of Queen Elizabeth and was updated throughout the day.

In the evening, at the Embassy of the United Kingdom, the President and Dr. Biden were greeted by Ambassador Karen Pierce and her husband Charles Roxburgh, signed a condolence book for the death of Queen Elizabeth, and spoke briefly to Embassy staff. Later, they traveled to National Harbor, MD. Later, they returned to Washington, DC.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Licking County, OH, on September 9.

September 9

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. Later, he traveled to Columbus, OH, where, at the John Glenn Columbus International Airport, he was greeted on the tarmac by Mayor Andrew J. Ginther of Columbus and his wife Shannon. Then, he traveled to New Albany, OH, where, at the groundbreaking site of the new Intel semiconductor manufacturing facility, he toured the site and met with workers. Gov. Mike DeWine and Sens. Sherrod C. Brown and Robert J. Portman also participated.

In the afternoon, following his remarks at the Intel construction site, the President participated in a photo line with State and local elected leaders. Then, he traveled to Greenville, DE, where, at his residence, he remained overnight.

September 10

In the afternoon, at the St. Joseph on the Brandywine Roman Catholic Church in Greenville, DE, the President attended Mass with his sister Valerie Biden Owens. Then, they and a small group of parishioners visited the adjacent graveyard where family members, including the President's son Beau, first wife Nelia and daughter Naomi, are buried.

In the evening, the President returned to his residence, where he remained overnight. The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Boston, MA, on

September 12.

The President announced the designation of the following individuals as members of a Presidential delegation to attend the Inauguration of William Samoei Arap Ruto as President of Kenya in Nairobi, Kenya, on September 13: Katherine C. Tai (head of delegation); Margaret C. Whitman; Colin Z. Allred; Mary Catherine Phee; and Monde Muyangwa.

September 11

In the morning, the President traveled to Arlington, VA , where, at Arlington National Cemetery, he participated in a wreath-laying ceremony commemorating the anniversary of the September 11, 2011, terrorist attacks with Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark A. Milley, USA, and his wife Hollyanne. Later, he returned to Washington, DC.

Also in the morning, the President formally accepted an invitation to attend the State Funeral Service for Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom in London, United Kingdom, on September 19.

The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will travel to London, United Kingdom, from September 17 through 19.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Boston, MA, on September 12.

September 12

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. Later, he traveled to Boston, MA. Upon arrival at the Boston Logan International Airport, the President participated in a photo line with Members of the Massachusetts congressional delegation and State elected leaders at Terminal E, then undergoing expansion and renovation work.

In the afternoon, the President traveled to the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, where he was greeted by Massachusetts State Attorney General Maura Healey.

In the evening, the President returned to Washington, DC.

During the day, while in Boston, the President had separate telephone conversations with representatives of both the labor unions and private freight companies involved in contract negotiations to try to avert a railroad strike.

The President announced his intention to appoint Renee Wegrzyn as Director of the Advanced Research Projects Agency for Health (ARPA–H) at the Department of Health and Human Services.

September 13

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, the President and Dr. Biden traveled to Wilmington, DE, arriving in the evening.

In the evening, at a polling place within Tatnall School's Laird Performing Arts Center, the President and Dr. Biden cast their ballots in the Delaware Democratic primary and thanked poll workers. Then, they traveled to their residence in Greenville, DE. Later, they returned to Washington, DC.

Also in the evening, the President called into Department of Labor–led talks with representatives of both the labor unions and private freight companies involved in contract negotiations to try to avert a railroad strike before the September 16 deadline.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Detroit, MI, on September 14.

The President announced the designation of the following individuals as members of a Presidential delegation to attend the Inauguration of João Manuel Gonçalves Lourenço as President of Angola in Luanda, Angola, on September 15: Scott Nathan (head of delegation); Tulinabo S. Mushingi; and Andrew R. Young.

September 14

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. Later, he traveled to Romulus, MI, where, upon arrival at the Detroit Metropolitan Airport, he was greeted on the tarmac by Mayor Michael E. Duggan of Detroit, MI, Wayne County Executive Warren C. Evans, Sen. Deborah A. Stabenow, and Reps. Rashida H. Tlaib, Deborah A. Dingell, Brenda L. Lawrence, Frederick S. Upton, Andrew S. Levin, and Haley M. Stevens. Then, he traveled to Detroit, MI, where, at the Huntington Place Convention Center, he toured exhibits of the North American International Auto Show with Gov. Gretchen E. Whitmer, Sen. Stabenow, and United Auto Workers President

Ray Curry. During the tour, the President greeted General Motors Co. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Mary T. Barra, Ford Motor Co. Executive Chair William C. Ford, Jr., Stellantis Chief Executive Officer Carlos Tavares, test-drove a Cadillac Lyric EV, and participated in a photo line with State and local elected leaders.

In the afternoon, the President returned to Washington, DC.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with King Charles III of the United Kingdom to offer his condolences for the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, and convey the great U.S. admiration for the Queen, whose dignity and constancy deepened the friendship and special relationship between the U.K. and the U.S. While at the Huntington Place Convention Center in Detroit, he also recorded portions of an interview with Scott Pelley of CBS News's "60 Minutes" program for later broadcast and spoke briefly with Daniel Mac for a video on his TikTok feed.

The President announced his intention to appoint Anna Eleanor Roosevelt as a U.S. Commissioner of the Roosevelt Campobello International Park Commission.

The President announced his intention to appoint Margaret J. Kravchuk and Donald G. Soctomah as Alternate U.S. Commissioners of the Roosevelt Campobello International Park Commission.

The President announced his intention to appoint Anne J. Castle as the U.S. Commissioner of the Upper Colorado River Commission.

September 15

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. Later, in the Oval Office, he participated in a greeting with International Association of Sheet Metal, Air, Rail, and Transportation Workers Transportation Division (SMART–TD) President Jeremy Ferguson, Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen President Michael S. Baldwin, Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen National President Dennis R. Pierce, National Railway Labor Conference Chairman Brendan M. Branon, Association of American Railroads President and Chief Executive Officer Ian Jeffries, and AFL–CIO President Elizabeth H. Shuler and Transportation Trades Department President Greg Regan. Secretary of Labor Martin J. Walsh, Deputy Secretary Julie Su, and Senior Adviser to the Secretary Lynn Rhinehart; and National Economic Council Director Brian C. Deese and Deputy Director for Labor Celeste Drake also attended.

In the evening, prior to his remarks at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, the President participated in a photo line with Reps. Raul Ruiz, Lucille Roybal-Allard, and Albio B. Sires, Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute President and Chief Executive Officer Marco A. Davis, and a group of institute fellows and interns.

During the day, in the Roosevelt Room and Oval Office, the President recorded portions of an interview with Scott Pelley of CBS News's "60 Minutes" program for later broadcast.

The White House announced that the President will welcome Cherelle Griner, wife of WNBA's Phoenix Mercury center Brittney Griner, who was arrested by Russian authorities on February 17 and sentenced to prison on August 4, and Elizabeth Whelan, sister of Paul N. Whelan, a U.S. citizen who was arrested and held on espionage charges by Russian security services in Moscow, Russia, on December 28, 2018, to the White House on September 16.

The President announced the nomination of Roger B. Handberg to be a U.S. attorney for the Middle District of Florida.

The President announced the nomination of Markenzy Lapointe to be a U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Florida.

The President announced the nomination of McLain J. Schneider to be a U.S. attorney for the District of North Dakota.

September 16

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, on the West Wing Portico, the President participated in the departure of President Matamela Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa.

Later in the afternoon, in the Oval Office, the President had separate meetings with Cherelle Griner, wife, and Lindsay Colas, agent, of WNBA's Phoenix Mercury center Brittney Griner, who was arrested by Russian authorities on February 17 and sentenced to prison on August 4, and Elizabeth Whelan, sister of Paul N. Whelan, a U.S. citizen who was arrested and held on espionage charges by Russian security services in Moscow, Russia, on December 28, 2018, to reassure them of his commitment to secure the release of their loved ones as soon as possible, as well other U.S. nationals who are wrongfully detained or held hostage in Russia and around the world, and offer his support to their families, in providing all possible assistance while his administration pursues every avenue to bring them home. National Security Adviser Jacob J. Sullivan also attended both meetings.

The White House announced further details on the President and Dr. Biden's travel to London, United Kingdom, from September 17 through 19.

The White House announced that the President will travel Orlando, FL, on September 27. The President announced his intention to nominate Ronald Keohane to be Assistant

Secretary for Manpower and Reserve Affairs at the Department of Defense.

The President announced his intention to nominate B. Bix Aliu to be Ambassador to Montenegro.

The President announced his intention to nominate Martina Anna Tkadlec Strong to be Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates.

The President announced his intention to nominate Jeffrey Gedmin and Kathleen Matthews to be members of the International Broadcasting Advisory Board for the U.S. Agency for Global Media.

The President announced his intention to appoint the following individuals as members of the President's Advisory Committee on the Arts: Mary R. Boyle; Guy Cecil; Merle C. Chambers; Leslie Jackson Chihuly; Cynthia Friedman; Robin Leeds; Robert A. Mandell; Tom Mims; Cheryl McKibben Najafi; Esther Brollier Oppenheimer; Eric Paquette; Michael Parham; Mark D. Sena; Jessica Slater; Gary Sugarman; Carri B. Twigg; Charlotte R. Cramer Wagner; and Stephen N. Zack.

The President declared a major disaster in American Samoa and ordered Federal assistance to supplement recovery efforts in the areas affected by high surf, high winds, and flooding from July 12 through 15.

September 17

In the morning, the President and Dr. Biden traveled to London, United Kingdom, arriving in the evening.

In the evening, upon arrival at London Stansted Airport, the President and Dr. Biden were greeted on the tarmac by U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom Jane Hartley and her husband Ralph Schlosstein; and Lord Lieutenant of Essex Jennifer Tolhurst and Special Representative of the Foreign Secretary Nicholas Jarrold of the United Kingdom. Then, they traveled to the Winfield House, the residence of the U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom, where they remained overnight.

September 18

In the afternoon, the President and Dr. Biden traveled to Westminster Hall, where they were greeted by Lady Usher of the Black Rod Sarah Clarke and paid respects at the public viewing of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom. U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom Jane Hartley also attended. Then, they traveled to Lancaster House, where they were greeted by Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Affairs James Cleverly and Head of Government Hospitality Robert Alexander. Later, they traveled to Buckingham Palace, where they were greeted by Master of the Household Vice Adm. Tony Johnstone and attended a reception hosted by King Charles III.

In the evening, the President and Dr. Biden traveled to the Winfield House, the residence of the U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom, where they remained overnight.

The White House announced that the President will travel to New York City from September 20 through 22.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Wilmington, DE, on September 24 and 25.

The White House announced that the President will welcome Major League Baseball's Atlanta Braves to the White House on September 26 to celebrate their 2021 World Series Championship.

The President declared an emergency in Puerto Rico and ordered Federal assistance to supplement Commonwealth and local response efforts due to the emergency conditions resulting from Tropical Storm Fiona beginning on September 17 and continuing.

September 19

In the morning, the President and Dr. Biden traveled to Westminster Abbey, where they were greeted by Dean of Westminster Abbey Rev. David Hoyle and attended the state funeral service for Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom.

In the afternoon, the President and Dr. Biden returned to Washington, DC. While en route aboard Air Force One, he had a telephone conversation with Gov. Pedro R. Pierluisi of Puerto Rico to discuss the island's immediate needs in the wake of Hurricane Fiona's landfall and the surge of Federal support available to local communities as damage assessments and recovery efforts continue.

During the day, the President had a conversation with Charlene Cakora, to inform her that his administration had secured the release of her brother, Mark R. Frerichs, a U.S. civil engineer who was kidnapped in Afghanistan on January 31, 2020, and was believed to be held by the Haqqani Network, a faction of the Afghan Taliban.

September 20

In the afternoon, the President traveled to New York City.

In the evening, the President traveled to a private residence. Later, he traveled to the InterContinental New York Barclay hotel, where he remained overnight.

The President announced his intention to nominate Roger F. Nyhus to be Ambassador to Barbados, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Grenada, and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.

The President announced his intention to nominate Lynne M. Tracy to be Ambassador to Russia.

The President announced his intention to nominate Travis Hill to be a member of the Board of Directors for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and, upon confirmation, designate him Vice Chair.

The President announced his intention to nominate Jonathan McKernan to be a member of the Board of Directors for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.

The President declared a major disaster for the Muscogee (Creek) Nation and ordered Federal aid to supplement the Tribal Nation's response and recovery efforts in the areas affected by severe storms, tornadoes, and flooding from May 2 through 8.

September 21

In the morning, the President traveled to United Nations Headquarters, where, he participated in a pull-aside meeting with President Csaba Kőrös of the 77th Session of the U.N. General Assembly. U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations Linda Thomas- Greenfield and National Security Adviser Jacob J. Sullivan also attended.

In the afternoon, the President traveled to 583 Park Avenue, where, prior to his remarks at the U.S-hosted replenishment conference for the Global Fund To Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, he participated in a pull-aside meeting with President Emmanuel Macron of France to reaffirm their continued support for Ukraine's efforts to defend itself against Russian aggression and discuss efforts to prevent Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon, as well as ongoing cooperation in the Indo-Pacific region and challenges posed by China. On the margins of the pledging conference, he also had a meeting with President Yoon Suk Yeol of South Korea to reaffirm their commitment to strengthening the South Korea-U.S. alliance, ensuring close cooperation to address the threat posed by North Korea, and discuss ongoing cooperation on a broad range of priority issues, including supply chain resilience, critical technologies, economic and energy security, global health, and climate change.

In the evening, the President and Dr. Biden traveled to the American Museum of Natural History, where they were greeted by President of the Board of Trustees Ellen V. Futter and Director Lisa Gugenheim and hosted a leaders' reception for heads of delegation to the United Nations General Assembly.

During the day, at U.N. Headquarters, on the margins of the General Assembly, the President met with Prime Minister Fumio Kishida of Japan to discuss the importance of advancing a free and open Indo-Pacific, emphasize the importance of strengthening and modernizing their security alliance, and thank the Prime Minister for Japan's historic $1.08 billion pledge to the Global Fund's seventh round of replenishment.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Fort Lauderdale, FL, on September 27.

The President declared a major disaster in Puerto Rico and ordered Federal aid to supplement Commonwealth and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by Hurricane Fiona beginning on September 17 and continuing.

September 22

In the afternoon, the President traveled to One World Trade Center, where, at the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Region 2 Office, he was greeted by Gov. Kathleen C. Hochul of New York, Mayor Eric Adams of New York City, Puerto Rico Resident Commissioner Jenniffer A. González-Colón, FEMA Administrator Deanne Bennett Criswell, Administrator, Region 2 Regional Administrator David Warrington, Region 2 Chief of Staff Joe Sciortino, and Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency Region 2 Director John Durkin. Later, he traveled to a private residence.

In the evening, the President returned to Washington, DC, arriving in the evening. His granddaughter Finnegan accompanied him.

September 23

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

During the day, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris met with members of their economic team, including Secretary of the Treasury Janet L. Yellen, Secretary of Commerce Gina M. Raimondo, and Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers Cecilia E. Rouse, to discuss a U.S. economic strategy focused on long-term growth and investment, increased manufacturing, and fiscal discipline. The President reiterated his commitment to bringing down prices, including by implementing the historic reforms in the recently enacted Inflation Reduction Act and CHIPs and Science Act, with the goal of transitioning to more stable growth without giving up our historic economic gains, and directed the team to press the energy industry to ensure that the drop in global oil prices is passed along at the pump to consumers.

The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will travel to Wilmington, DE, on September 24.

The President announced the designation of the following individuals as members of a Presidential delegation to attend the State Funeral Service for former Prime Minister Abe Shinzo of Japan Tokyo, Japan, on September 27: Kamala D. Harris (head of delegation); Rahm I. Emanuel; Katherine C. Tai; William F. Hagerty IV; Philip H. Gordon; Michael G. Mullen; Linda

L. Fagan; Caroline B. Kennedy; J. Thomas Schieffer; John V. Roos; Richard L. Armitage; and Stephen J. Hadley.

The President declared a major disaster in Alaska and ordered Federal assistance to supplement State, Tribal, and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by a severe storm, flooding, and landslides from September 15 through 20.

September 24

In the morning, the President and Dr. Biden traveled to Greenville, DE. Later, he traveled to Hockessin, DE, where, at the Sanford School, he attended his granddaughter Natalie's field hockey game.

In the afternoon, the President returned to his residence in Greenville, where he remained overnight.

In the evening, via a prerecorded video message, the President and Dr. Biden delivered remarks to the Global Citizen Festival in New York City to thank the climate advocates who helped to secure passage of the Inflation Reduction Act, highlight the law's historic clean energy investments toward tackling the climate crisis and lowering energy costs, and encourage attendees to continue driving the fight against climate change.

The White House announced that the President's scheduled travel to Orlando and Fort Lauderdale, FL, on September 27 had been postponed due to Tropical Storm Ian.

The President declared an emergency in Florida and ordered Federal assistance to supplement State, Tribal, and local response efforts due to the emergency conditions resulting from Tropical Storm Ian beginning on September 23 and continuing.

September 25

In the afternoon, at Fieldstone Golf Club, the President played golf with Ron Olivere, father in-law of his late son Beau. He remained overnight at his residence in Greenville.

The White House announced that the President will return to Washington, DC, on September

26.

September 26

In the morning, the President returned to Washington, DC.

The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will welcome President Emmanuel Macron of France and his wife Brigitte for a state visit to the U.S., including a state dinner at the White House, on December 1.

September 27

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the morning, the President had separate telephone conversation with Mayor Jane Castor of Tampa, FL, Mayor Kenneth T. Welch of St. Petersburg, FL, and Mayor Frank Hibbard of Clearwater, FL, to discuss preparations for the potential impacts from Hurricane Ian. Hurricane Ian, review ongoing efforts Federal, State, and local governments have taken to preposition resources and initiate evacuation operations, including the resources made available through the Federal emergency declaration approved by the President over the weekend. Federal Emergency Management Agency Administrator Deanne Bennett Criswell also joined the calls, with White House Press Secretary Karine Jeanne-Pierre attending in the Oval Office.

In the evening, the President had a telephone conversation with Gov. Ronald D. DeSantis of Florida to discuss the steps the Federal Government is taking to help Florida prepare for Hurricane Ian, expected to make landfall on Florida's Gulf Coast as a major hurricane in subsequent days, and commit to continued close coordination.

September 28

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. Later, prior to his remarks at the White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health, at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, he participated in a photo line with Secretary of Agriculture Thomas

J. Vilsack, Sens. Cory A. Booker, Deborah A. Stabenow, and Michael K. Braun, and Reps. James

P. McGovern and Rosa L. DeLauro.

In the afternoon, in the Roosevelt Room, the President received a briefing from his senior economic team, including Secretary of the Treasury Janet L. Yellen, Secretary of Energy Jennifer

M. Granholm, Secretary of Labor Martin J. Walsh, and Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers Cecilia E. Rouse, for an update on global financial and energy markets. They reported that the national economy remained resilient in the face of global challenges and discussed the need to continue to making progress in reducing prices and implementing the administration's public investment plan in national infrastructure, manufacturing, and the clean energy transition. The President directed his team to stay in frequent touch with partners, allies, and key market actors and brief him regularly as conditions evolve.

In the evening, prior to his remarks at the Democratic Governors Association reception, at a private residence, the President participated in a photo line with Gov. Philip D. Murphy of New

Jersey and his wife Tammy, Gov. John C. Carney, Jr., of Delaware, and Mayor Muriel E. Bowser of Washington, DC.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with Mayor Kevin B. Anderson of Fort Myers, FL, and left messages for Mayor John Gunter of Cape Coral, FL, Mayor Erik J. Arroyo of Sarasota, FL, and Chair of the Board of County Commissioners Bill Truex of Charlotte County, FL, to let them know their communities have full Federal Government support behind them as Hurricane Ian made landfall on the Gulf Coast and that Federal agencies were prepared to assist with ongoing needs including support for the elderly members of the community, families that live in mobile homes, and other community members particularly vulnerable to the impacts of the storm.

September 29

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. He also had a telephone conversation with Gov. Ronald D. DeSantis of Florida to discuss his administration's effort to support Florida in response to Hurricane Ian, including the issuance of a disaster declaration, and sending his Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Administrator Deanne Bennett Criswell to Florida the next day to monitor response efforts and see where additional support might be needed.

Also in the morning, the President had a telephone conversation with Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners Cecil Pendergrass of Lee County, FL, to discuss ways administration efforts to support Lee County in the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Ian, including meeting immediate needs for search-and-rescue efforts and power restoration as well as helping to address challenges faced by local hospitals and problems presented by damaged roads and bridges, and reassure him of continued Federal support leveraging all the resources at its disposal. FEMA Administrator Criswell also participated.

In the afternoon, at FEMA headquarters, the President was greeted by Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro N. Mayorkas and FEMA Administrator Criswell and received a briefing on impacts from Hurricane Ian and ongoing Federal response efforts.

In the evening, on the North Portico, the President welcomed leaders of Pacific Island nations and participated in a family photo. Then, in the State Dining Room, he hosted a dinner for the leaders and their delegations.

During the day, the President spoke with nearly 50 elected officials and community leaders from across Pennsylvania as part of the White House "Communities in Action: Building a Better Pennsylvania" event hosted by the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs and Office of Public Engagement.

The President made additional disaster assistance available to Alaska by authorizing an increase in the level of Federal funding for emergency protective measures undertaken in the State as a result of a severe storm, flooding, and landslides from September 15 through 20.

The President declared a major disaster in Florida and ordered Federal aid to supplement State, Tribal, and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by Hurricane Ian beginning on September 23 and continuing.

The President declared an emergency in South Carolina and ordered Federal assistance to supplement State, Tribal, and local response efforts due to the emergency conditions resulting from Hurricane Ian beginning on September 25 and continuing.

September 30

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. Later, at the U.S. Supreme Court, the President and Dr. Biden were greeted by Jeff Minear, Senior Counselor to Chief Justice John

G. Roberts, Jr., and signed the guestbook, with Chief Justice Roberts joining them. Then, in the Chief Justice's Conference Room, they participated in a greeting with Supreme Court Justices, and Associate Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson's husband Patrick and daughters Leila and Talia. Vice President Kamala D. Harris and her husband Douglas C. Emhoff also participated. Then, they attended the investiture ceremony for Justice Jackson.

Also in the morning, the President had a telephone conversation with Gov. Henry D. McMaster of South Carolina to discuss Federal support for South Carolina in preparation for the landfall of Hurricane Ian, including the issuance of an emergency declaration the previous night, and assurances to provide whatever assistance the people of South Carolina need. He also had a telephone conversation with Gov. Ronald D. DeSantis of Florida to discuss the impacts of Hurricane Ian and ongoing recovery efforts.

In the afternoon, in the Oval Office, the President signed into law H.R. 8656, which designates the clinic of the Department of Veterans Affairs in Mishawaka, IN, as the Jackie Walorski VA Clinic. The late Rep. Jacqueline R. Walorski's husband Dean A. Swihart, mother Martha C. Walorski, other family and former staff, Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi, House Minority Leader Kevin O. McCarthy, and Reps. James A. Baird and James

E. Banks also attended.

During the day, the President participated in a conference call with more than 1,200 rabbis and clergy members from across the Nation to commemorate the Jewish High Holidays, reaffirm his longstanding commitment to issues of importance to the Jewish community, and express his deep gratitude for their leadership and service. He also had a telephone conversation with Lt.

Cmdr. Christopher Hooper, USCG, and Aviation Survival Technician Second Class Zach Loesch, USCG, to thank them for the heroic work that they and their Coast Guard colleagues performed during search-and-rescue operations in response to Hurricane Ian and ask for a report on their ongoing work to rescue Floridians and whether any additional support was needed to accelerate additional rescues.

The President announced his intention to appoint Jules Buenabenta as a member of the President's Advisory Commission on Advancing Educational Equity, Excellence, and Economic Opportunity for Hispanics and, upon appointment, designate him Chair.

The President announced his intention to appoint the following individuals as members of the President's Advisory Commission on Advancing Educational Equity, Excellence, and Economic Opportunity for Hispanics: Ana Marie Argilagos; Noel Candelaria; Anna María Chávez; Evelyn DeJesus; Ana María García Blanco; Olivia C. Irlando; Leah Beth Katz- Hernandez; Regina Montoya; Enrique G. Murillo, Jr.; Pedro Antonio Noguera; Amanda Renteria; Maria Angela Reyes; Cristóbal Rodríguez; Havidán Rodríguez; Teresa Leyba Ruiz; Renata Soto; Juliana Urtubey; Cid D. Wilson; Magda N. Yrizarry; and Andrea Zayas.

The President announced his intention to appoint the following individuals as members of the National Council on Disability: Hoskie Benally, Jr.; Theo W. Braddy; Gordon, Claudia L.; Risa Jaz Rifkind; and Emily Voorde.

The President declared a major disaster exists in Virginia and ordered Federal assistance to supplement Commonwealth, Tribal, and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by flooding and mudslides on July 13 and 14.

The President declared a major disaster for the Seminole Tribe of Florida and ordered Federal aid to supplement the Tribe's efforts in the areas affected by Hurricane Ian beginning on September 23 and continuing.

October 1

The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will travel to Puerto Rico and Florida on October 3 and 5, respectively.

The President declared an emergency in North Carolina and ordered Federal assistance to supplement State, Tribal, and local response efforts due to the emergency conditions resulting from Hurricane Ian beginning on September 28 and continuing.

October 2

The White House announced further details on the President and Dr. Biden's travel to Ponce, PR, on October 3.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Wilmington, DE, on October 7.

October 3

In the morning, the President and Dr. Biden traveled to Ponce, PR, arriving in the afternoon. In the afternoon, upon arrival at the Mercedita International Airport, the President and Dr.

Biden were greeted on the tarmac by Reps. Nydia M. Velázquez and Jennifer A. González-Colón,

Gov. Pedro R. Pierluisi of Puerto Rico and his sister Cary, and Mayor Luis Irizarry Pabón of Ponce. Then, at the Port of Ponce, he received a briefing on the impact of Hurricane Fiona on the island and ongoing recovery efforts and participated in a photo line with Territory and local officials. Later, they traveled to Centro Sor Isolina Ferré Aguayo School, where, in the gymnasium, they participated in a pull-aside meeting with families and community leaders impacted by Hurricane Fiona and visited and posed for photographs with volunteers gathering groceries and household supplies for hurricane-affected residents. Federal Emergency Management Agency Administrator Deanne Bennett Criswell also attended. While at the school, they also participated in a photo line with Puerto Rico Secretary of Health Carlos R. Mellado López, Secretary of Education Eliezer Ramos Parés, Secretary of Family Services Carmen Ana Gonzalez-Magaz, and Secretary of Housing William Rodríguez Rodríguez. Then, they returned to Washington, DC, arriving in the evening.

October 4

In the morning, in the Oval Office, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, in the Private Dining Room, the President and Vice President Harris had lunch.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with Prime Minister Fumio Kishida of Japan to reinforce U.S. commitment to Japan's defense following North Korea's long- range ballistic missile launch over Japan on October 3, condemn the missile test in the strongest terms, recognizing the launch as a danger to the Japanese people, destabilizing to the region, and a clear violation of U.N. Security Council resolutions. The leaders confirmed their commitment to continued close coordination of their immediate and longer term response bilaterally, trilaterally with South Korea, and with the international community, discussed the importance of immediate return and resolution of the cases of Japanese citizens abducted by North Korea, and resolved to continue every effort to limit North Korea's ability to support its unlawful ballistic missile and weapons of mass destruction programs.

Also during the day, the President had a telephone conversation with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine to underscore that the U.S. would never recognize Russia's purported annexation of Ukrainian territory, pledge continued support for Ukraine as it defended itself from

Russian aggression, including the provision of a new tranche of $625 million security assistance including additional weapons and equipment, High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS) technology, artillery systems and ammunition, and armored vehicles. President Biden also affirmed continued U.S. readiness to impose severe costs on any individual, entity, or country providing support to Russia's annexation attempt, welcomed the success of the agreement to allow the safe export of Ukrainian grain to global markets, and noted ongoing U.S. efforts to rally the world behind Ukraine. Vice President Harris also joined the call.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Fort Myers, FL, on October 5.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Poughkeepsie, NY, Red Bank, NJ, and New York City on October 6.

The President announced his intention to nominate U.S. Surgeon General Vivek H. Murthy to be the U.S. Representative on the Executive Board of the World Health Organization.

October 5

In the morning, the President and Dr. Biden traveled to Fort Myers, FL, arriving in the afternoon.

In the afternoon, upon arrival at the Southwest Florida International Airport, the President and Dr. Biden were greeted on the tarmac by Rep. Byron Donalds, Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners Cecil Pendergrass of Lee County, FL, and a group of first responders. Then, they boarded Marine One for an aerial tour surveying communities damaged by Hurricane Ian. Federal Emergency Management Agency Administrator Deanne Bennett Criswell, Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall, Chairman Pendergrass, and Adviser to the First Lady Anthony Bernal accompanied them. Later, upon arrival in Fisherman's Wharf, they were greeted by Gov. Ronald D. DeSantis of Florida and his wife Casey, participated in a walking tour of the damaged wharf, visited with small-business owners and local residents impacted by Hurricane Ian, and received an operational briefing by Federal, State, and local officials on current response and recovery efforts.

Later in the afternoon, the President and Dr. Biden returned to Washington, DC, arriving in the evening. Upon arrival on the South Lawn, after exiting Marine One, they greeted guests gathered on the South Portico, including the First Lady Tracey Quillen Carney of Delaware, First Lady Lauren Baker of Massachesetts, First Lady Susanne Shore of Nebraska, First Lady Sarah Stitt of Oklahoma, and First Lady Abby Cox of Utah, along with youth mental health care leaders, who were in Washington, DC, for a summit on October 6 at the Department of Health and Human Services to discuss youth mental health.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Poughkeepsie, NY, Red Bank, NJ, and New York City on October 6.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Hagerstown, MD, on October

7.

The President made additional disaster assistance available to Florida by authorizing an

increase in the level of Federal funding for debris removal and emergency protective measures undertaken in the State as a result of Hurricane Ian beginning September 23 and continuing.

October 6

In the morning, the President traveled to Newburgh, NY. Upon arrival at the Stewart Air National Guard Base, he was greeted on the tarmac by Gov. Kathleen C. Hochul of New York, Reps. Sean P. Maloney and Patrick K. Ryan, County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus of Orange

County, NY, and 105th Airlift Wing Commander Brig. Gen. Gary R. Charlton II, USAF, and his wife Susan.

In the afternoon, the President traveled to Poughkeepsie, NY, where, on the IBM Poughkeepsie campus, he toured a warehouse with Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Arvind Krishna, viewed a demonstration of a quantum computer, visited with employees, and participated in a photo line with State and local elected officials. Gov. Hochul, Reps. Maloney and Ryan, and County Executive Neuhaus accompanied him. Later, he traveled to Middletown, NJ, where, at the residence of Gov. Philip D. Murphy of New Jersey, he participated in a photo line with Gov. Murphy and guests attending a reception for the Democratic National Committee.

In the evening, the President traveled to New York City, where, at a private residence, he participated in a photo line with Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee Chair Sen. Gary C. Peters (MI) and Tammy Murphy, wife of Gov. Murphy of New Jersey. Later, he returned to Washington, DC.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Colorado on October 12.

October 7

In the morning, the President traveled to Hagerstown, MD, arriving in the afternoon.

In the afternoon, upon arrival at the Hagerstown Regional Airport, the President was greeted on the tarmac by Mayor Emily Keller of Hagerstown. Then, at a Volvo Group Powertrain Operations manufacturing facility, he toured the factory with Volvo Group Executive Vice President and Mack Trucks President Martin Weissburg, visited with employees, and participated in a photo line with State and local elected officials. Later, he traveled to Philadelphia, PA, where, on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania, he stopped by the University Meeting and Guest House, participated in a walking tour with his granddaughter Natalie, University President Elizabeth Magill, Professor of History Sophia Rosenfield, and student Emma Demonte, and visited the Penn Bookstore. Then, he traveled to Greenville, DE, where, at his residence, he remained overnight.

The White House announced that the President will travel to California from October 12 through 14 and Oregon on October 14 and 15.

October 9

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with Chancellor Olaf Scholz of Germany to reiterate their mutual condemnation of Russia's attempted annexation of Ukrainian territory, as well as their ongoing commitment to hold Russia accountable for its aggressive actions and provide security and economic assistance to Ukraine, discuss recent developments in global energy markets and the importance of securing sustainable and affordable energy supplies, and review efforts to promote regional stability and prosperity in the Western Balkans.

The White House announced that the President will return to Washington, DC, on October

10.

October 10

In the afternoon, the President returned to Washington, DC.

During the day, the President spoke with White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre about the racist comments reportedly made by City Council President Nury Martinez of Los Angeles, CA.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine to express his condemnation of Russia's missile strikes across Ukraine,

including in the capital Kyiv, convey his condolences to the loved ones of those killed and injured in these attacks, pledge to continue providing Ukraine with the support needed to defend itself, including advanced air defense systems, and underscore his ongoing engagement with allies and partners to continue imposing costs on Russia, holding Russia accountable for its war crimes and atrocities, and providing Ukraine with security, economic, and humanitarian assistance.

The President announced that the President will participate in a videoconference with leaders of Group of Seven (G–7) nations to discuss the situation in Ukraine on October 11, with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine making remarks at the top.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Vail, CO, on October

12.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Los Angeles, CA, on

October 12 and 13.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Orange County, CA, on October 14.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Portland, OR, on October 14 and 15.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Wilmington, DE, on October

15.

October 11

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. Then, in the Roosevelt Room, he participated in a videoconference with leaders of Group of Seven (G–7) nations to discuss the situation in Ukraine, with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy of Ukraine making remarks at the top. The leaders discuss their unwavering commitment to support Ukraine and hold President Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin of Russia accountable for Russia's ongoing aggression and atrocities, including recent missile strikes across Ukraine.

Later in the morning, the President had a telephone conversation with President Michel Aoun of Lebanon to congratulate him on the historic breakthrough agreement to establish a permanent maritime boundary between Lebanon and Israel, express appreciation to President Aoun, Speaker of Parliament Nabih Berri, and Prime Minister Najib Mikati for the consultative and open spirit demonstrated throughout the negotiations, and highlight the tireless work of Deputy Speaker of Parliament Elias Bou Saab in liaising with the U.S. team to conclude this deal. President Biden also noted the U.S. readiness to facilitate the resolution of issues that may arise under the agreement, if called upon by the parties, and reaffirmed his hope that Presidential elections would happen on time in a manner consistent with the Lebanese constitution.

Also in the morning, the President had a telephone conversation with Prime Minister Yair Lapid of Israel to congratulate him on the maritime boundary agreement with Lebanon, commend the Prime Minister's persistent and principled diplomacy demonstrated throughout months of U.S.-mediated talks, underscore the unshakeable U.S. commitment to Israel's security, and discuss how the agreement not only preserved and further enhanced Israel's security and economic interests, but also created new opportunities for regional integration and national prosperity.

During the day, in the Map Room, the President recorded an interview with Jake Tapper of CNN's "CNN Tonight" program for later broadcast.

October 12

In the morning, in the Oval Office, the President had an intelligence briefing. Then, he traveled to Gypsum, CO. Upon arrival at the Eagle County Airport, he was greeted on the tarmac Gov. Jared L. Polis of Colorado, Secretary of Agriculture Thomas J. Vilsack, Sens. Michael F. Bennet and John W. Hickenlooper, and Rep. Joseph D. Neguse. Then, he traveled to Leadville, CO, arriving in the afternoon.

In the afternoon, prior to departure from Gypsum, at the Eagle County Airport, the President participated in a photo line with Gov. Polis, Secretary Vilsack, Sens. Bennet and Hickenlooper, Rep. Neguse, and Mayor Kim Langmaid of Vail, CO. Then, he traveled to Los Angeles, CA, where, upon arrival at the Los Angeles International Airport, he was greeted on the tarmac by Sen. Alejandro Padilla and his wife Angela, Rep. Karen R. Bass, and Mayor Eric M. Garcetti of Los Angeles. Then, he traveled to Santa Monica, CA, where, upon arrival at the Santa Monica Airport, on the tarmac, he greeted and posed for a photograph with Mayor Sue Himmelrich of Santa Monica. Then, he traveled to Los Angeles, where, at the W Los Angeles–West Beverly Hills hotel, he remained overnight.

The President announced his intention to appoint the following individuals as Commissioners on the U.S. AbilityOne Commission: Matthew R. Beebe; Angela Billups; Megan Dake; Carol L. Dobak; Robert D. Hogue; Tara M. Jamison; and Malcom A. Shorter.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Los Angeles, CA, on October 13 and 14.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Irvine, CA, on October 14.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Portland, OR, on October 14.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Phnom Penh, Cambodia, and Bali, Indonesia, from November 10 through 16.

October 13

In the morning, prior to his remarks at the construction site for L.A. Metro's D Line (Purple) Extension transit project, the President participated in a photo line with State and local elected officials.

In the afternoon, at the Tacos 1986 restaurant, the President purchased lunch. Rep. Karen R. Bass and Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors member and former Secretary of Labor Hilda

L. Solis accompanied him. Then, he returned to the W Los Angeles–West Beverly Hills hotel.

In the evening, prior to his remarks at the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) at a private residence, the President participated in a photo line with Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi, DCC Chair Rep. Sean P. Maloney, and Reps. Steven A. Horsford, Ted W. Lieu, Bradley J. Sherman, and A. Costandina Titus. Later, he returned to the W hotel, where he remained overnight.

During the day, the President met with his economic team to receive a briefing on the global economy and financial markets, with advisers reporting a strong U.S. position for continued efforts to bring down inflation and maintain a resilient job market despite global economic challenges associated with rising prices throughout the world, directed the team to stay in close contact with key market actors, partners, and allies, and update him as conditions evolved. He also recorded an interview at the W Los Angeles–West Beverly Hills hotel with Jason Bateman, Sean Hayes, and Will Arnett for their SmartLess podcast for later release.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Portland, OR, on October 14.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Pittsburgh, PA, and Philadelphia, PA, on October 20.

October 14

In the afternoon, the President traveled to Santa Monica, CA. Upon arrival at the Santa Monica Airport, he traveled to Santa Ana, CA, where, at the John Wayne Airport, he was greeted on the tarmac by Mayor Farrah Khan of Irvine, CA. Then, he traveled to Irvine. Following his remarks at Irvine Valley Community College, he participated in a photo line with Reps. Katherine

M. Porter and J. Luis Correa, State Sen David Min, State Rep. Cottie Petrie-Norris, Chair of the Board of Supervisors Doug Chaffee of Orange County, CA.

Later in the afternoon, the President traveled to Santa Ana, where, upon arrival at the John Wayne Airport, he traveled to Portland, OR, arriving in the evening.

In the evening, upon arrival at the Portland International Airport, the President was greeted on the tarmac by Sen. Jeffrey A. Merkley, Rep. Suzanne M. Bonamici, Oregon Air National Guard Commander Brig. Gen. Donna M. Prigmore, USAF, and 142nd Air Wing Commander Col. Todd A. Hofford, USAF. Then, he traveled to the SEIU Local 49 union hall, where he was greeted by Sens. Ronald L. Wyden and Merkley and Rep. Bonamici. Following his remarks, the President then joined a grassroots organizing event hosted by Oregon Democrats, visited with volunteers making calls to voters, ate a donut, and made telephone calls. Later, he traveled to the Duniway Portland hotel, where he remained overnight.

The White House announced that the President will deliver remarks at the Howard Theatre in Washington, DC, on October 18.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Pittsburgh, PA, and announced that the President will travel to Philadelphia, PA, on October 20.

The White House announced that the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris will travel to Philadelphia, PA, on October 28.

The President announced his intention to nominate Scott Colom to be a judge on the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Mississippi.

The President announced his intention to nominate Jaime E. Esparza to be a U.S. attorney for the Western District of Texas.

The President announced his intention to nominate Alamdar S. Hamdani to be a U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Texas.

The President announced his intention to nominate Leigha Simonton to be a U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Texas.

The President announced his intention to nominate Michael D. Black to be a U.S. marshal for the Southern District of Ohio.

The President announced his intention to nominate Stephen Eberle to be a U.S. marshal for the Western District of Pennsylvania.

The President announced his intention to nominate Justin Martinez to be a U.S. marshal of the District of Utah.

The President announced his intention to appoint the following individuals as members of the Council of the Administrative Conference of the U.S.: Kristen Clarke; Fernando R. Laguarda; Anne Joseph O'Connell; and Jonathan Su.

The President announced his intention to appoint Bryan C. Green and Elizabeth M. Hewlett as Commissioners of the National Capital Planning Commission.

The President announced his intention to appoint Anne M. Finucane as a member of the President's Intelligence Advisory Board.

The President declared a major disaster in Illinois and ordered Federal aid to supplement State and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by a severe storm and flooding from July 25 through 28.

October 15

In the morning, prior to his remarks at the East Portland Community Center, the President participated in a photo line with Members of the Oregon congressional delegation and other State and local elected officials.

In the afternoon, prior to his remarks at the Pacific Northwest Carpenter's Institute building, the President participated in a photo line with State Rep. Barbara Smith Warner, Port of Portland Commissioner Katherine Thu Lam, and Oregon Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tina Kotek. Later, he traveled top Gresham, OR, where, at a Baskin-Robbins shop, he and former Oregon House of Representatives Speaker Kotek bought ice cream cones and greeted customers. Then, he traveled to Greenville, DE, arriving in the evening.

In the evening, at his residence in Greenville, the President remained overnight.

October 16

In the morning, following Mass at St. Joseph on the Brandywine Roman Catholic Church, the President stopped by a Jos. A. Bank men's clothing store, where he made a purchase. He remained overnight at his residence in Greenville.

The White House announced that the President will return to Washington, DC, on October

17.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Pittsburgh, PA, and

Philadelphia, PA, on October 20.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Rehoboth Beach, DE, on October 21.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Fort Lauderdale, FL, on November 1.

October 17

In the morning, the President returned to Washington, DC, arriving in the afternoon. The White House announced that the President will welcome President Isaac Herzog of

Israel to the White House on October 26.

October 18

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with President Andrés Manuel López Obrador of Mexico to discuss joint migration management efforts, including actions to reduce the number of individuals who unlawfully cross the U.S.-Mexico border and expand legal pathways as an alternative to irregular migration, review security cooperation, including joint

efforts to combat the trafficking of fentanyl and new tools under the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act to prosecute gun traffickers, as well as reaffirm their commitment to North American economic cooperation.

Also during the day, in the East Room, the President recorded a panel discussion moderated by Alejandro Alba of NowThis News for later broadcast.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Pittsburgh, PA, on October 20.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Philadelphia, PA, on October 20.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Dover, DE, on October 21.

October 19

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, in the Private Dining Room, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris had lunch.

The President announced the nomination of Peter D. Leary to be a U.S. attorney for the Middle District of Georgia.

The President announced the nomination of Jill E. Steinberg to be U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Georgia.

October 20

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. Later, he traveled to Pittsburgh, PA, arriving in the afternoon.

In the afternoon, upon arrival at the Pittsburgh International Airport, the President was greeted on the tarmac by Gov. Thomas W. Wolf and Lt. Gov. John K. Fetterman of Pennsylvania, Sen. Robert P. Casey, Jr., Rep. Michael F. Doyle, and County Executive Rich Fitzgerald of Allegheny County, PA. Then, at the site of the Fern Hollow Bridge reconstruction project in Frick Park, he received a briefing on the bridge rebuilding process with Gov. Wolf, Lt. Gov. Fetterman, Sen. Casey, Reps. Doyle and Conor J. Lamb, County Executive Fitzgerald, and Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Engineering District 11 Executive Cheryl Moon-Sirianni, and participated in a photo line with State and local elected leaders, including State Senate Democratic Leader Jay Costa and Pittsburgh Fire Lieutenant Lindsay Bihler. Later, he traveled to Moon Township, PA, where, at the Primanti Bros. Restaurant and Bar, he purchased takeout lunch and greeted customers. Lt. Gov. Fetterman also attended. Then, he traveled to Philadelphia, PA. Lt. Gov. Fetterman and his wife Gisele and Sen. Casey accompanied him.

Later in the afternoon, at the Union Trust event space, prior to his remarks at a reception for Democratic senatorial candidate Lt. Gov. Fetterman, the President participated in a photo line with Reps. Dwight E. Evans and Brendan F. Boyle and former Gov. Edward G. Rendell of Pennsylvania.

In the evening, the President returned to Washington, DC.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Dover, DE, on October 21.

The President made additional disaster assistance available to Puerto Rico by authorizing an increase in the level of Federal funding for emergency work undertaken in the Commonwealth as a result of Hurricane Fiona from September 17 through 21.

October 21

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, the President traveled to Dover, DE. Upon arrival at Dover Airforce Base, he was greeted on the tarmac by Sens. Thomas R. Carper and Christopher A. Coons, Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester, Mayor Robin Christiansen of Dover, and 436th Airlift Wing Commander Col. Matthew S. Housemann, USAF. Following his remarks at Delaware State University, he recorded an interview with Jonathan Capehart of MSNBC's "The Sunday Show With Jonathan Capehart" for later broadcast.

Later in the afternoon, the President traveled to Rehoboth Beach, DE, arriving in the evening.

In the evening, the President traveled to his residence, where he remained overnight. The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will return to Washington,

DC, on October 23.

The White House announced that the President will host the White House Tribal Nations Summit at the Department of the Interior on November 30 and December 1.

October 22

The White House announced that the President will travel to South Florida on November 1.

October 23

In the evening, the President and Dr. Biden returned to Washington, DC.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Syracuse, NY, on October 27. The White House announced that the President will travel to Wilmington, DE, on October

27 and 28.

October 24

In the afternoon, on the East Knoll of the South Lawn, the President and Dr. Biden participated in a tree-planting ceremony in honor of White House Grounds Superintendent Dale Haney's 50 years of service, made remarks, and posed for photographs.

October 25

In the morning, in the Oval Office, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, the President had a telephone conversation with Prime Minister Rishi Sunak of the United Kingdom to congratulate him on his appointment as Prime Minister, reaffirm the special relationship between the U.K. and the U.S., underscoring the desire to further enhance cooperation on issues critical to global security and prosperity, and agree on the importance of working together to support Ukraine and hold Russia accountable for its aggression, address the challenges posed by China, and secure sustainable and affordable energy resources. The leaders also discussed their shared commitment to protecting the gains of the Belfast/Good Friday Agreement and the need to maintain momentum toward reaching a negotiated agreement with the European Union on the Northern Ireland Protocol.

Also during the day, the President had a telephone conversation with Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni of Italy to offer his congratulations on her appointment as Prime Minister, underscore the strong Italy-U.S. relationship, express their readiness to work together within the transatlantic alliance to address common challenges, and discuss their commitment to continue providing

assistance to Ukraine, holding Russia accountable for its aggression, addressing the challenges posed by China, and ensuring sustainable and affordable energy resources.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Syracuse, NY, on October 27.

The President announced the designation of the following individuals as members of a Presidential delegation to attend the Inauguration of Ntsokoane Samuel Matekane as Prime Minister of Lesotho in Maseru, Lesotho, on October 28: Alice P. Albright; Maria Brewer; Loyce Pace; and Paula Garcia Tufro.

October 26

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

The President announced his intention to appoint the following individuals as members of the Board of Trustees of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts: David C. Bohnett; Tatiana Brandt Copeland; Robert D. Lenhard; Phefelia Nez; David M. Rubenstein; Cari B. Sacks; and Hilda L. Solis.

October 27

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, the President traveled to Syracuse, NY. Upon arrival at Hancock Field Air National Guard Base, he was greeted on the tarmac by Gov. Kathleen C. Hochul of New York, Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer, Sen. Kirsten E. Gillibrand, Rep. John M. Katko, Mayor Ben Walsh of Syracuse and his wife Lindsay, and 174th Attack Wing Commander Col. William J. McCrink III, USAF, and Command Chief Master Sergeant CMS Michael T. Will, USAF. Then, at Onondaga Community College's Micron Pavilion, he toured demonstration exhibits with Micron Technology, Inc., President and Chief Executive Officer Sanjay Mehrotra and Central-Northern New York Building and Construction Trades Council President Greg Lancette, visited with employees, and participated in a photo line with State and local elected leaders. Gov. Hochul and Sens. Schumer and Gillibrand also participated. Following his remarks at Onondaga Community College, he recorded an interview with Reshad Hudson, a Washington correspondent with Nexstar TV, for later broadcast.

In the evening, the President traveled to Greenville, DE, where, at his residence, he remained overnight.

The White House announced that the President will vote early with his granddaughter Natalie at a polling place in Wilmington, DE, on October 29.

The White House announced that the President will travel to New Mexico on November 3.

The President announced his intention to appoint the following individuals as members of the National Board for Education Sciences: S. James Anaya; Linda Darling-Hammond; Douglas Fuchs; Denisa Gándara; Elmer J. Guy, Sr.; Shaun R. Harper; María de la Concepción Hernández Legorreta; Dana S. Hilliard; Stephen K. Klasko; Carol D. Lee; Ruth N. López Turley; Derrick C. Scott; Caroline Sullivan; and Hirokazu Yoshikawa.

October 28

In the morning, the President had a telephone conversation with Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi to express support and concern following the reported assault of her husband Paul and break-in to their San Francisco, CA, residence earlier that morning.

In the afternoon, the President traveled to Philadelphia, PA, arriving in the evening.

In the evening, prior to his remarks at the Philadelphia Convention Center, the President and Vice President Kamala D. Harris participated in a photo line with State elected leaders and Members of the Pennsylvania congressional delegation. Later, he traveled to Greenville, DE, where, at his residence, he remained overnight.

The White House announced that the President will travel to New York City on October 31.

The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will welcome local children of firefighters, nurses, police officers, and members of the National Guard for trick-or-treating and Halloween activities at the White House on October 31.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, on November 11.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Phnom Penh, Cambodia, on November 12 and 13.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Bali, Indonesia, from November 13 through 16.

October 29

In the morning, the President traveled to Middletown, DE, where, at St. Andrew's School, he attended his granddaughter Natalie's field hockey game.

In the afternoon, the President returned to his residence in Greenville, DE. Later, he traveled to Wilmington, DE, where, at the Shipyard Shops Wilmington polling place, he and his granddaughter Natalie cast their ballots. Then, they traveled to Greenville, where, at the St.

Joseph on the Brandywine Roman Catholic Church, he, Natalie, and the President's sister Valerie Biden Owens attended Mass.

October 30

The White House announced further details on the President and Dr. Biden's travel to New York City on October 31.

The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will return to Washington, DC, on October 31.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Fort Lauderdale, FL, on November 1.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Golden Beach and Miami Gardens, FL, on November 1.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to New Mexico on November 3.

October 31

In the morning, at his residence in Greenville, DE, the President had an intelligence briefing. Then, he traveled to New York City, where, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, he and Dr. Biden attended a memorial service for former U.S. Ambassador to Hungary Donald M. Blinken, father of Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken.

In the afternoon, the President and Dr. Biden returned to Washington, DC. Later, on the South Lawn, they hosted children of local firefighters, nurses, police officers, and members of the National Guard for trick-or-treating and Halloween activities. Secretary of Education Miguel A. Cardona and Deputy Cabinet Secretary Daniel Arrigg Koh also attended with their children.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with President-elect Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva of Brazil to congratulate him on his election, commend the strength of Brazilian democratic institutions following free, fair, and credible elections, discuss the strong Brazil-U.S. relationship, and commit to continue working as partners to address common challenges, including combating climate change, safeguarding food security, promoting inclusion and democracy, and managing regional migration. He also recorded a telephone interview with Rickey Smiley, host of the syndicated radio program "The Rickey Smiley Morning Show," for later broadcast.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Philadelphia, PA, on November

5.

November 1

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. Later, he traveled to Fort Lauderdale, FL, arriving in the afternoon.

In the afternoon, upon arrival at the Fort Lauderdale International Airport, the President was greeted on the tarmac by Rep. Deborah Wasserman Schultz and Mayor Dean J. Trantalis of Fort Lauderdale. Then, he traveled to Hallandale Beach, FL, where prior to his remarks at the OB Johnson Community Center, in the Mary G. Washington Senior Hall, he participated in a photo line with State and local officials. Later, he traveled to Golden Beach, FL.

Later in the afternoon, the President traveled to Opa Locka, FL, arriving in the evening.

Florida Democratic gubernatorial candidate former Gov. Charles J. Crist, Jr., and Rep. Wasserman Schultz accompanied him.

In the evening, upon arrival at the Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport, the President was greeted on the tarmac by Coast Guard Air Station Miami Acting Commanding Officer Cmdr. Michael Gillham, USCG, Command Master Chief MCPO Bryan P. Salazar, USCG, and Health Services Administrator Senior Chief Maricruz Duran-Rodriguez, USCG. Then, he traveled to Miami Gardens, FL, where, prior to his remarks at Florida Memorial University, he participated in a photo line with State and local officials, former Gov. Crist, and Members of the Florida congressional delegation. Later, he returned to Washington, DC.

The White House announced that the President will travel to San Diego, CA, on November 3 and 4.

November 2

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, in the State Dining Room, the President viewed workforce training demonstrations by labor unions and leading companies.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with President Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan of the United Arab Emirates to discuss deepening the U.A.E.-U.S. strategic relationship and celebrate the landmark U.A.E.-U.S. clean energy cooperation framework signed on November 1 in Abu Dhabi designed to help spur $100 billion in financing and other support to generate 100 new gigawatts of clean energy in order to accelerate the global clean energy transition. President Biden thanked President Mohammed bin Zayed for his leadership on climate issues and pledged his support for the U.A.E. bid to host the 28th session of the Conference of the Parties (COP28) in 2023.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Albuquerque, NM, on November 3.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to San Diego, CA, on November 3 and 4.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Columbia, MD, on November

7.

November 3

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. Later, he traveled to Albuquerque, NM, arriving in the afternoon. Secretary of the Interior Debra A. Haaland accompanied him.

In the afternoon, upon arrival at Kirkland Air Force Base, the President was greeted on the tarmac by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham of New Mexico, Sen. Ben Ray Luján, Rep. Melanie A. Stansbury, Mayor Tim Keller of Albuquerque, and 377th Air Base Wing Commander Col. Jason

F. Vattioni, USAF. Later, he traveled to San Diego, CA, arriving in the evening.

In the evening, upon arrival at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, the President was greeted on the tarmac by Gov. Gavin C. Newsom of California, Reps. Scott H. Peters and Michael T. Levin, Mayor Todd Gloria of San Diego, 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing Commanding General Maj. Gen. Bradley Gering, USCM, and Sergeant Major Sgt. Maj. Rosalia Scifo, USMC, and Marine Corps Air Station Miramar Commanding Officer Col. Thomas Bedell, USMC, and Sergeant Major Sgt. Maj. Lacey Lewis. Then, he traveled to Oceanside, CA. Later, he traveled to La Jolla, CA, where, at the San Diego Marriott La Jolla hotel, he remained overnight.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to San Diego, CA, on November 4.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Chicago, IL, on November 4.

November 4

In the morning, prior to his remarks at ViaSat, in office building 1, the President participated in a photo line with Reps. Scott H. Peters and Michael T. Levin, Mayor Todd Gloria of San Diego, CA, Chair of the Board of Supervisors Nathan Fletcher of San Diego County, CA, and State Reps. Sabrina Cervantes and Tasha Boerner Horvath.

In the afternoon, the President traveled to Chicago, IL, arriving in the evening.

In the evening, upon arrival at the Chicago O'Hare International Airport, the President was greeted on the tarmac by Board of Commissioners President Toni Preckwinkle of Cook County, IL. Later, he traveled to Rosemont, IL, where, at the Loews Chicago O'Hare Hotel, he remained overnight.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Chicago, IL, on November 4 and 5.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Joliet, IL, on November 5. The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Philadelphia, PA, on

November 5.

The White House announced that the President will travel to New Castle, DE, on November

5.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Westchester County, NY, on

November 6.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, on November 10 and 11.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Phnom Penh, Cambodia, from November 11 through 13.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Bali, Indonesia, from November 13 through 17.

November 5

In the morning, the President traveled to Joliet, IL, where, prior to his remarks at Jones Elementary School, the President participated in a photo line with Sens. Richard J. Durbin and L. Tammy Duckworth, Reps. Robin L. Kelly and Lauren Underwood, and Commissioner Denise Winfrey and County Executive Jennifer Bertino-Tarrant of Will County, IL.

In the afternoon, the President traveled to Philadelphia, PA, where, prior to his remarks at Temple University's Liacouras Center, he participated in a greeting with former President Barack Obama and Lt. Gov. John K. Fetterman and Attorney General Joshua D. Shapiro of Pennsylvania.

In the evening, following his remarks at the Liacouras Center, the President and former President Obama participated in a photo line with State and local elected leaders and Members of the Pennsylvania congressional delegation. Later, he traveled to Greenville, DE, where, at his residence, he remained overnight.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Westchester County, NY, on November 6.

November 6

In the afternoon, the President traveled to White Plains, NY, where, upon arrival at the Westchester County Airport, the President was greeted on the tarmac by Gov. Kathleen C. Hochul of New York and her husband William, Sen. Kirsten E. Gillibrand, and Rep. Jamaal Bowman. Then, he traveled to Bronxville, NY, where, prior to his remarks at Sarah Lawrence College, he participated in a photo line with State and local elected leaders and Members of the New York congressional delegation.

In the evening, the President returned to Washington, DC.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with Chancellor Olaf Scholz of Germany to discuss the Chancellor's recent trip to China, affirm their shared commitment to upholding the rules-based international order, human rights, and fair trade practices, agree that Russia's recent nuclear threats were irresponsible, and underscore their continued joint commitment to provide Ukraine with the economic, humanitarian, and security support it needs to defend against Russia's aggression.

Also during the day, the President recorded separate interviews with Reverend Alfred C. Sharpton, Jr., host of the syndicated radio program "Keepin' It Real With Rev. Al Sharpton," and Willie Moore, Jr., host of the syndicated radio program "The Willie Moore Jr. Show," both for later broadcast.

The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will travel to Bowie, MD, on November 7.

November 7

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, the President and Dr. Biden traveled to Beltsville, MD, arriving in the evening.

In the evening, upon arrival at the Beltsville Landing Zone, the President and Dr. Biden traveled to Bowie, MD, where, prior to their remarks at Bowie State University's Leonidas S. James Physical Education Complex, they participated in a photo line with State and local elected leaders and Members of the Maryland congressional delegation. Maryland Democratic gubernatorial candidate Westley W.O. "Wes" Moore also participated. Later, they returned to Washington, DC.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel to congratulate him on his party's victory in recent elections, reaffirm the strength of the Israel-U.S. bilateral partnership based on a bedrock of shared democratic values and mutual interests, and underscore his unwavering support for Israel's security. He also recorded an interview with Oswaldo Diaz from the syndicated radio program "Erazno y La Chokolata" for later broadcast.

November 8

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. He also recorded an interview with D.L. Hughley, host of the syndicated radio program "The D.L. Hughley Show," for later broadcast.

In the afternoon, the President had separate telephone conversations with Democratic Governors Association Chair Gov. Roy A. Cooper III of North Carolina, Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Chair Rep. Sean P. Maloney, Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee Chair Sen. Gary C. Peters, and Democratic National Committee (DNC) Senior Adviser Cedric L. Richmond. He also spoke jointly to DNC Chair Jaime R. Harrison and Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi.

In the evening, the President had separate telephone conversations with Governor-elect Maura Healey of Massachusetts, Gov. Daniel J. McKee of Rhode Island, Senator-elect Peter F. Welch, Reps. Lisa Blunt Rochester and Abigail D. Spanberger, Gov. Jared L. Polis of Colorado, and Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer to congratulate them on their respective election victories. He also had separate telephone conversations with Sens. Christopher Van Hollen and Michael F. Bennet, Gov. Jay R. "J.B." Pritzker of Illinois, and Rep. Jennifer L. Wexton to congratulate them on winning their elections as well. Later, he had separate telephone conversations with Sens. L. Tammy Duckworth, Richard J. Blumenthal, Margaret Wood Hassan, and Alejandro Padilla, Governor-elect Joshua D. Shapiro of Pennsylvania, Representative-elect Seth Magaziner, Gov. Janet T. Mills of Maine, and Mayor Muriel E. Bowser of Washington, DC, to congratulate them on their respective election victories.

Later in the evening, the President had separate telephone conversations with Gov. Gretchen

E. Whitmer of Michigan, Gov. Edward M. "Ned" Lamont of Connecticut, Gov. Timothy J. Walz of Minnesota, Governor-elect Westley W.O. "Wes" Moore of Maryland, and Representative-elect Emilia Sykes, Gov. Gavin C. Newsom of California, Reps. Marcia C. Kaptur, R. Michelle Sherrill, and Joshua S. Gottheimer, and Representative-elect Greg Landsman to congratulate them on their respective election victories. He also sent a congratulatory text to Senator-elect Lt. Gov. John K. Fetterman of Pennsylvania.

During the day, the President dropped in on a virtual phone bank for the Democratic National Committee to thank staff and volunteers.

November 9

In the morning, in the Oval Office, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the evening, the President had a telephone conversation with House Minority Leader Kevin O. McCarthy.

During the day, the President had separate telephone conversations with Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi, Reps. Matthew A. Cartwright and Teresa I. Leger Fernandez, Gov. Laura Kelly of Kansas, Gov. Anthony S. Evers of Wisconsin, Gov. Mike DeWine of Ohio, and Representative-elect Robert Garcia to congratulate them on their respective election victories. He also spoke with Reps. Sean P. Maloney and Valdez V. "Val" Demings and Sens. Mark E. Kelly and Raphael G. Warnock.

The White House announced that the President will meet with President Abdelfattah Said Elsisi of Egypt in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, on November 11.

The White House announced that the President will meet with Prime Minister Hun Sen of Cambodia in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, on November 12.

The White House announced that the President will meet with Prime Minister Fumio Kishida of Japan and President Yoon Suk Yeol of South Korea in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, on November 13.

The White House announced that the President will meet with President Jokowi "Joko" Widodo of Indonesia in Bali, Indonesia, on November 14.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, on November 11.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Phnom Penh, Cambodia, on November 12 and 13.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Bali, Indonesia, from November 13 through 16.

The President declared an emergency in Florida and ordered Federal assistance to supplement State, Tribal, and local response efforts due to the emergency conditions resulting from Tropical Storm Nicole beginning on November 7 and continuing.

The President declared an emergency for the Seminole Tribe of Florida and ordered Federal assistance to supplement the Tribe response efforts due to the emergency conditions resulting from Tropical Storm Nicole beginning on November 7 and continuing.

November 10

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the evening, the President traveled to Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, arriving the following afternoon. While en route to Joint Base Andrews, MD, aboard Marine One, he had a telephone conversation with Governor-elect Tina Kotek of Oregon to congratulate her on her election victory.

The White House announced that the President will meet with President Xi Jinping of China in Bali, Indonesia, on November 14.

The President announced his intention to nominate Daniel I. Werfel to be Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service.

November 11

In the afternoon, upon arrival at the Sharm El-Sheikh International Airport, the President was greeted on the tarmac by Minister of Planning and Economic Development Hala El-Said Younes, Chamberlain of the Egyptian Presidency Commodore Ahmed el-Ansary, and Naval Aide d'Camp to the President Mostafa Elbeheiry, of Egypt; and U.S. Cairo Embassy Chargé d'Affaires Daniel Rubinstein and Defense Attaché Maj. Gen. Mark W. Gillette. Then, he traveled to the

Tonino Lamborghini International Convention Center, where, following his meeting with President Abdelfattah Said Elsisi of Egypt in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, he participated in a greeting with members of the congressional delegation to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change 27th Conference of Parties (COP27), including Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi. Later, he traveled to Phnom Penh, Cambodia, arriving the following morning.

November 12

In the morning, upon arrival at the Phnom Penh International Airport, the President was greeted on the tarmac by Minister of Posts and Telecommunications Chea Vandeth, Delegate Minister Attached to the Prime Minister Ouch Borith of Cambodia; and U.S. Ambassador to Cambodia W. Patrick Murphy and U.S. Ambassador to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Yohannes Abraham. Then, also at the Phnom Penh airport, he visited with

U.S. Embassy staff, before traveling to the Raffles Hotel Le Royal Phnom Penh.

In the afternoon, the President traveled to the Sokha Hotel Phnom Penh Hotel and Residence, where he was greeted in the lobby by Prime Minister Hun Sen of Cambodia. Later, also at the Sokha Hotel, in a conference room, he participated in a family photograph with leaders of ASEAN nations and ASEAN Secretary-General Lim Jock Hoi.

In the evening, the President returned to the Raffles Hotel. Later, he traveled to the Chroy Changvar International Convention and Exhibition Center, where he was greeted by Prime Minister Hun Sen, Office of the Prime Minister Director of Protocol Songleng Bora, and Deputy Director of the Overseas Cambodia Investment Corporation Charles Chuon Vann. Then, he attended a gala dinner with other leaders and delegations to the East Asia Summit and viewed a cultural performance.

Later in the evening, the President returned to the Raffles Hotel, where he remained overnight. He also had separate telephone conversations with Reps. David J. Trone and Patrick K. Ryan to congratulate them on their respective reelection victories.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with Sen. Mark E. Kelly to congratulate him on his recent reelection.

The White House announced that the President had accepted the resignation of Christopher Magnus as Commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection at the Department of Homeland Security.

November 13

In the morning, from the Raffles Hotel Le Royal, the President had separate telephone conversations with Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer, and Rep. Michael T. Levin to congratulate Sen. Cortez Masto and Rep. Levin on their respective reelection victories and Leader Schumer on retaining a Democratic majority in the Senate. Then, he traveled to the Sokha Hotel Phnom Penh Hotel and Residence, where he participated in the East Asia Summit to reinforce his vision for an Indo-Pacific region that is free and open, connected, prosperous, resilient, and secure, review progress in developing an Indo-Pacific Economic Framework, address pressing regional and global challenges, and discuss China-U.S. relations.

In the afternoon, on the margins of the East Asia Summit, at the Sokha Hotel, the President met with Prime Minister Anthony Albanese of Australia to reaffirmed their strong support for the centrality and the ASEAN-led regional architecture of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, discuss bilateral priorities and the AUKUS security partnership with the United Kingdom, recognize the imperative of maintaining peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait,

and emphasize the importance of the new Partners in the Blue Pacific to help address challenges in the Pacific such as climate change and bolster maritime domain security, pandemic preparedness and economic resilience. The President thanked Prime Minister Albanese for standing with the U.S. and the world to impose costs on Russia for its unprovoked war on Ukraine and for his leadership in tackling the climate crisis, highlighting the bilateral partnership in climate and energy transition. He also had separate meetings with Prime Minister Fumio Kishida of Japan and President Yoon Suk Yeol of South Korea to reinforce the ironclad U.S. commitment to the defense of Japan and South Korea, following North Korea's recent destabilizing ballistic missile tests, including the long-range ballistic missile launch over Japan on October 3, condemn these provocative acts and as well as North Korea's continued development of its unlawful weapons of mass destruction and ballistic missile programs, reiterate their shared resolve to maintain peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait and continue to impose costs on Russia for its unprovoked war on Ukraine, emphasize the importance of defending the rules- based economic order in the face of economic coercion and predatory debt and supply chain uncertainties, and resolve to address these issues together, including through advancing negotiations in the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework.

Also in the afternoon, the President had a telephone conversation with Rep. A. Constadina Titus to congratulate her on recent reelection to Congress.

Later in the afternoon, the President traveled to Bali, Indonesia, arriving in the evening.

In the evening, upon arrival at the Ngurah Rai International Airport, the President was greeted on the tarmac by U.S. Ambassador to Indonesia Sung Y. Kim and Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy Sandiaga Salahuddin Uno, Chief of Protocol Simon Soekarno, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Director-General for the Asia-Pacific and Africa Abdul Jailani of Indonesia and viewed a cultural performance and honor cordon. Then, he traveled to the Grand Hyatt Bali hotel, where he remained overnight.

November 14

In the morning, the President traveled to the Apurva Kempinski Bali resort.

In the afternoon, the President returned to the Grand Hyatt hotel. Later, he traveled to the Mulia Bali hotel.

In the evening, the President traveled to the Grand Hyatt Bali hotel, where, he remained overnight.

The President announced his intention to nominate Martin Gruenberg to be a member of the Board of Directors of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and, upon confirmation, designate him Chair.

The President announced his intention to appoint Adam Tindall-Schlicht as Administrator of the Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation.

The President announced his intention to appoint Jacqueline A. Norris as a member of the President's Commission on White House Fellowships.

The President announced his intention to appoint Michael E. Capuano as a member of the Public Buildings Reform Board.

November 15

In the morning, the President traveled to the Apurva Kempinski Bali resort, where he was greeted by President Jokowi "Joko" Widodo and Chief of Protocol for the State Andy Rachmianto of Indonesia and attended the first working session of the Group of Twenty (G–20)

nations summit. Secretary of the Treasury Janet L. Yellen, Deputy National Security Adviser for International Economic Affairs Michael Pyle, Special Presidential Coordinator for International Energy Amos J. Hochstein also attended. Then, he had separate telephone conversations with Governor-elect Katie Hobbs of Arizona and Rep. Suzanne K. Lee to congratulate them on their respective election victories. He also had a telephone conversation with Gov. Stephen F. Sisolak of Nevada.

In the afternoon, at the Apurva Kempinski resort, the President participated in a social luncheon for the G–20 summit. Then, he attended a second G–20 working session. Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken, Secretary Yellen, and Deputy National Security Adviser Pyle also attended. Later, on the margins of the G–20 summit, he met with Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni of Italy to coordinate responses to a range of global challenges, including those posed by China, the climate crisis, and Russia's weaponization of energy, and discuss their commitment to continue providing Ukraine the support it needs to defend itself and to holding Russia accountable for its aggression.

In the evening, the President returned to the Grand Hyatt Bali hotel, where he remained overnight.

During the day, at the Apurva Kempinksi resort, on the margins of the G–20 summit, the President met with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey to express his condolences to the people of Turkey for the recent bombing in Istanbul, offer his appreciation to President Erdogan for Turkey's efforts to renew the Black Sea Grain Initiative toward improving global food security due to Russia's war in Ukraine, and discuss continued close coordination on challenges facing the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and other issues of regional and global concern. Also on the margins of the summit, he met with President Widodo and Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India to reaffirm their shared commitment to the G–20 as the premier forum for international economic cooperation to advance sustainable and inclusive growth, tackle the ongoing climate, energy, and food crises, strengthen global health architecture, and promote technological transformation and infrastructure development worldwide. President Biden congratulated President Widodo for Indonesia's leadership in launching the Financial Intermediary Fund (FIF) for Pandemic PPR, hosted by the World Bank, to address gaps in pandemic prevention, preparedness, and response.

The White House announced that the President will hold the Thanksgiving turkey presentation ceremony at the White House on November 21.

November 16

In the morning, at the Grand Hyatt Bali hotel, the President was briefed on reports of a missile strike in Poland that killed two people on a farm near its eastern border with Ukraine on November 15. He also had a telephone conversation with President Andrzej Duda of Poland to express his deep condolences for the loss of life in Eastern Poland, discuss Poland's ongoing assessment of the explosion that took place near the border with Ukraine, with President Biden offering U.S assistance in the investigation, and reaffirm the ironclad U.S. commitment to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). Then, he had a telephone conversation with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. Later, he traveled to the Hutan Mangrove Forrest, where he was greeted by President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo of Indonesia. Then, he participated in a tour of the mangrove forest and tree-planting ceremony with leaders of Group of Twenty (G–20) nations and spoke briefly with reporters.

Later in the morning, the President returned to the Grand Hyatt.

In the afternoon, the President traveled to Andersen Air Force Base in Guam, arriving in the evening.

In the evening, upon arrival at Andersen Air Force Base, the President was greeted on the tarmac by Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero of Guam and her husband Jeff Cook, 36th Wing Commander Brig. Gen. Paul Birch, USAF, Vice Commander Col. Larry Fenner, Jr., USAF, and Maintenance Group Senior Enlisted Leader CMS Jose P. Ramon, Jr., USAF. Then, he traveled to Honolulu, HI, crossing the international dateline and arriving in the morning. Upon arrival at Hickam Field on Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, he was greeted by Gov. David Y. Ige of Hawaii and his wife Dawn and U.S. Indo-Pacific Command Commander Adm. John C. Aquilino, USN. Then, he returned to Washington, DC, arriving early the following morning. While en route aboard Air Force One, he had separate telephone conversations with Reps. Katherine M. Porter and Karen R. Bass to congratulate Rep. Porter on her reelection to Congress and Rep. Bass on her election as mayor of Los Angeles, CA.

The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will travel to Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, NC, on November 21.

November 17

Early in the morning, upon arrival from Joint Base Andrews, MD, on the South Lawn at the White House, the President answered a reporter's question.

Later in the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing. He also spoke with Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi to congratulate her on her historic tenure as Speaker.

In the afternoon, the President had separate telephone conversations with House Majority Leader Steny H. Hoyer and Majority Whip James E. Clyburn.

November 18

In the morning, in the Oval Office, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the evening, at the Renwick Gallery, the President and Dr. Biden attended the wedding rehearsal dinner of their granddaughter Naomi K. Biden, and her fiancé Peter G.H. Neal.

During the day, the President had a telephone conversation with Gregg Berhalter, head coach of the U.S. Men's National Soccer Team, to wish him and the team well as the World Cup championship series began in Qatar.

The White House announced further details on the President and Dr. Biden's travel to Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, NC, on November 21.

November 19

In the morning, on the South Lawn, the President and Dr. Biden attended the wedding ceremony of their granddaughter Naomi K. Biden, and her fiancé Peter G.H. Neal.

In the afternoon, in the State Dining Room, the President and Dr. Biden hosted a luncheon for members of their family and the wedding party. In the afternoon, at Holy Trinity Catholic Church, the President and his daughter Ashley attended Mass.

In the evening, in the State Dining Room, the President and Dr. Biden hosted a wedding reception with dessert and dancing for their granddaughter Naomi and her husband Mr. Neal.

November 20

During the day, Dr. Biden hosted a brunch to celebrate the President's 80th birthday.

The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will travel to Nantucket, MA, from November 22 through 27.

The President declared an emergency in New York and ordered Federal assistance to supplement State and local response efforts due to the emergency conditions resulting from a severe winter storm and snowstorm beginning on November 18 and continuing.

November 21

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, the President had a telephone conversation with Gov. Kathleen C. Hochul of New York to discuss the impact of the winter storm in New York. Then, he had a telephone conversation with Gov. Jared L. Polis of Colorado to discuss the shooting at the Club Q nightclub in Colorado Springs, CO, on November 19. Later, he and Dr. Biden traveled to Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, NC, Gov. Roy A. Cooper III of North Carolina and his wife Kristin accompanied them. Upon arrival at Air Station Cherry Point, they were greeted on the tarmac by II Marine Expeditionary Force Commanding General, Lt. Gen. David A. Ottignon, USMC, his wife Diana, and Sergeant Major, Sgt. Maj. Lonnie N. Travis, Jr.; 2d Marine Aircraft Wing Commanding General, Maj. Gen. Scott F. Benedict, USMC, his wife Kelley, and Sergeant Major Sgt. Maj. Joy M. Kitashima, USMC, and her husband MGS Mark Kitashima, USMC (Ret.).

In the evening, the President and Dr. Biden served a Thanksgiving meal for U.S. servicemembers, families of deployed soldiers, and elected officials, and visited and posed for photographs with attendees. Lt. Gen. and Mrs. Ottignon also participated. Later, prior to departure from Air Station Cherry Point, the President and Dr. Biden participated in a greeting with Commanding Officer Col. Brendan C. Burks, USMC, his wife Holly, and Acting Sergeant Major MGS Nester Antoine, USMC. Then, they returned to Washington, DC.

The President made additional disaster assistance available to Puerto Rico by authorizing an increase in the level of Federal funding for Public Assistance projects undertaken in the Commonwealth as a result of Hurricane Fiona from September 17 through 21.

The President declared a major disaster in South Carolina and ordered Federal aid to supplement State and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by Hurricane Ian from September 25 through October 4.

November 22

In the morning, in the Oval Office, the President had an intelligence briefing. He also had a telephone conversation with Army veteran Richard M. Fierro, who tackled the suspected gunman in the shooting at the Club Q nightclub in Colorado Springs, CO, on November 19, and his wife Jessica, to offer his condolences and thank Mr. Fierro for his bravery in saving lives and helping to end the shooting.

In the evening, the President and Dr. Biden traveled to Nantucket, MA, where, at the vacation residence of David M. Rubenstein, cofounder and nonexecutive chairman of the board of the Carlyle Group, they remained overnight. Their son Hunter accompanied them.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Bay City, MI, on November 29. The President announced his intention to appoint Mark Angelson as a member of the

President's Intelligence Advisory Board.

The President announced his intention to appoint Carmen Estrada Schaye, Bill Freeman, and Jennifer Lin as members of the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board.

November 23

In the afternoon, from the private residence in Nantucket, MA, the President had a telephone conversation with Gov. Glenn Youngkin of Virginia to convey his support following the shooting

at a Walmart store in Chesapeake, VA, and offer any Federal assistance that may be required as the investigation continued.

November 24

In the morning, at the Nantucket Fire Station, the President and Dr. Biden visited with local firefighters and first responders, thanked them for their service, posed for photographs, and he answered questions from reporters. Their grandson Beau accompanied them. Then, they returned to the vacation residence of David M. Rubenstein, cofounder and nonexecutive chairman of the board of the Carlyle Group, where they remained overnight.

During the day, the President and Dr. Biden had separate telephone conversations with deployed U.S. servicemembers from each branch of the military to thank them for their service and wish them a happy Thanksgiving. They also had a telephone conversation with Nic Grzecka and Matthew Haynes, owners of the Club Q nightclub in Colorado Springs, CO, to offer their condolences for the shooting that occurred on November 19, reiterate their support for the community as well as their commitment to fighting back against hate and gun violence, and thank them for the contributions they have made to Colorado Springs.

November 25

In the afternoon, at the Brotherhood of Thieves restaurant and bar, the President and Dr. Biden had lunch with their daughter Ashley, stopped in Nantucket Bookworks, Craftmasters of Nantucket, Freedman's of Nantucket, D Dream & Poeta, and Pawsitivity, greeting shopkeepers and other patrons, and he answered a question from a reporter. Their son Hunter, daughter-in-law Melissa Cohen, and grandson Beau accompanied them. Later, at the top of Main Street, he and Dr. Biden attended the annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony with members of their family.

Then, they returned to the vacation residence of David M. Rubenstein, cofounder and nonexecutive chairman of the board of the Carlyle Group, where they remained overnight.

The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will return to Washington, DC, on November 27.

November 26

In the afternoon, the President and Dr. Biden visited Murray's Toggery and David Chase clothing shops and several other stores in observation of Small Business Saturday, greeting other patrons and staff, and the President answered questions from reporters. Their daughter Ashley, son Hunter, daughter-in-law Melissa Cohen, and grandson Beau accompanied them. Later, they returned to the vacation residence of David M. Rubenstein, cofounder and nonexecutive chairman of the board of the Carlyle Group. Later, at St. Mary's Our Lady of the Isle Catholic Church, the President attended Mass.

In the evening, President returned to the vacation residence, where he remained overnight.

November 27

In the afternoon, the President and Dr. Biden returned to Washington, DC. Their daughter Ashley, son Hunter, daughter-in-law Melissa Cohen, and grandson Beau accompanied them.

The White House announced that the President will welcome Nobel Prize winners from the United States to the White House for a congratulatory visit on November 28.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Bay City, MI, on November 29.

The White House announced further details on the state visit of President Emmanuel Macron of France and his wife Brigitte to the White House on December 1.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Camp David, MD, from December 2 through 4.

November 28

In the morning, in the Oval Office, the President had an intelligence briefing. Also in the Oval Office, he met with White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre.

In the afternoon, in the Oval Office, the President welcomed U.S. Nobel Prize winners Carolyn Bertozzi for chemistry, John Clauser for physics, and Douglas W. Diamond for economics to congratulate them on their achievement.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Bay City, MI, on November 29.

The White House announced further details on the state visit of President Emmanuel Macron of France and his wife Brigitte to the White House on December 1.


The President declared a major disaster in West Virginia and ordered Federal aid to supplement State and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by severe storms, flooding, landslides, and mudslides on July 12 and 13.

The President declared a major disaster in West Virginia and ordered Federal aid to supplement State and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by severe storms, flooding, landslides, and mudslides on August 14 and 15.

The President made additional disaster assistance available to the Seminole Tribe of Florida by authorizing an increase in the level of Federal funding for debris removal and emergency protective measures undertaken as a result of Hurricane Ian beginning on September 23 and continuing.

The President made additional disaster assistance available to Florida by authorizing an increase in the level of Federal funding for debris removal and emergency protective measures undertaken in the State as a result of Hurricane Ian from September 23 through November 4.

November 29

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, the President traveled to Freeland, MI, where, upon arrival at the MBS International Airport, on the tarmac, he spoke with Reps. Elissa B. Slotkin and Daniel T. Kildee, who had accompanied him on Air Force One. Then, he traveled to Bay City, MI, where, at the SK Siltron CSS manufacturing facility, he toured semiconductor manufacturing operations with Chief Executive Officer Jianwei Dong and Michigan Building and Construction Trades Council President Steve Claywell and visited with employees. Gov. Gretchen E. Whitmer of Michigan and Rep. Kildee also participated. Prior to his remarks at the plant, he also participated in a photo line with Gov. Whitmer, Reps. Kildee and Slotkin, Mayor Brenda F. Moore of Saginaw, MI, Mayor Maureen Donker of Midland, MI, and County Executive James A. Barcia of Bay County, MI. Later, he returned to Washington, DC, arriving in the evening.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Boston, MA, on December 2. The President announced the nomination of Ismail J. Ramsey to be a U.S. attorney for the

Northern District of California.

The President announced the nomination of Kate E. Brubacher to be a U.S. attorney for the District of Kansas.

November 30

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, at the Department of the Interior, the President participated in a greeting with Department and Tribal leaders in attendance for the White House Tribal Nations Summit.

In the evening, at the Fiola Mare restaurant, the President and Dr. Biden had dinner with President Emmanuel Macron of France and his wife Brigitte.

The White House that the President will greet Prince William and Princess Catherine of Wales in Boston, MA, on December 2.

The White House announced further details on the President's travel to Boston, MA, on December 2.

The White House announced that the President will travel to Phoenix, AZ, on December 6.

December 1

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the evening, on the North Portico, the President and Dr. Biden greeted President Emmanuel Macron of France and his wife Brigitte. Then, on the Grand Staircase, they participated in a photo opportunity.

December 2

In the morning, the President had an intelligence briefing.

In the afternoon, the President traveled to Boston, MA, where, upon arrival at the Boston Logan International Airport, he was greeted on the tarmac by Sen. Edward J. Markey, Mayor Michelle Wu of Boston, and Massport Chief Executive Officer Lisa S. Wieland. Then, at the John

F. Kennedy Library and Museum, he greeted Prince William of Wales, United Kingdom, who was in Boston with Princess Catherine of Wales to celebrate the Earthshot Prize, the award they created to encourage work addressing climate change. Later, at the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 103, he participated in a phone banking event on behalf of the U.S. senatorial runoff election in Georgia to be held on December 6. Then, at a private residence, following his remarks at a Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee reception, he participated in a photo line with Sens. Elizabeth A. Warren and Markey and Senator-elect Rep. Peter F. Welch.

In the evening, the President traveled to Camp David, MD, where he remained overnight. The White House announced that the President and Dr. Biden will welcome Kennedy Center

Honorees to the White House for a reception on December 4.

The President announced the appointment of Ginger Sykes Torres as State Executive Director for Arizona at the Farm Service Agency of the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of William Bunce as State Executive Director for Wyoming at the Farm Service Agency of the Department of Agriculture.

The President announced the appointment of Maximiliano J. Trujillo as Puerto Rico State Director for Rural Development at the Department of Agriculture.

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Subjects: "Erazno y La Chokolata"; "Keepin' It Real With Rev. Al Sharpton" radio program; "No Lie With Brian Tyler Cohen" podcast; "The D.L. Hughley Show"; "The Rickey Smiley Morning Show"; "The Willie Moore Jr. Show"; ABC, "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" program; AbilityOne Commission, U.S.; Administrative Conference of the U.S., Council of the; Afghanistan : Detained U.S. citizen, release; Afghanistan : Detention of U.S. citizen and lawful permanent resident, release; Afghanistan : U.S. evacuation of interpreters and service contractors; Africa : African Union, U.S. Representative; Africa : Food insecurity, efforts to combat; Agriculture : Food shortages due to conflict in Ukraine, mitigation efforts; Agriculture, Department of : Farm Service Agency; Agriculture, Department of : Rural Development State Directors; Agriculture,

Department of : Rural Development, State Directors; Agriculture, Department of : Secretary; Agriculture, Department of : Under Secretaries :: Food Nutrition and Consumer Services; Agriculture, Department of : Under Secretaries :: Trade and Foreign Agricultural Affairs; Air Force, Department of the : U.S. Air Force Academy; Alabama : Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control Pike County Operations facility outside Orion; Alabama : Maxwell Air Force Base in Montgomery; Alabama : President's visit; Alabama : Troy Municipal Airport in Troy; Alaska : Disaster assistance; Alaska : President's visit; Alaska : President's visits; Alaska : Special congressional election; Alaska, disaster assistance; American Samoa, disaster assistance; America's Heritage Abroad, U.S. Commission for the; AmeriCorps; Amtrak; Amtrak Board of Directors; Angola : President; Antigua and Barbuda, U.S. Ambassador; Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Access Board; Archives and Records Administration, National; Argentina : President; Argentina : Relations with U.S.; Arizona : President's visit; Arizona : Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, disaster assistance; Armed Forces, U.S : Servicemembers :: Environmental exposures in war zones; Armed Forces, U.S. : National Guard; Armed Forces, U.S. : Servicemembers :: Deployment; Armed Forces, U.S. : Servicemembers :: Environmental exposures in war zones; Armed Forces, U.S. : Servicemembers :: Meetings with President; Armed Forces, U.S. : Sexual assault and gender-based violence; Armenia, U.S. Ambassador; Army, Department of the : Civil Works, Assistant Secretary for; Army, Department of the : U.S. Military Academy; Arts : "The Survivor," White House screening; Arts, Commission of; Arts, National Council on the; Arts, President's Advisory Committee on the; Asia : Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN); Asia : East Asia Summit; Asia : Indo-Pacific Economic Framework; Asia : Quadrilateral Security Dialogue; Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders : Hate crimes and race-based violence; Associated Press; Atomic Energy Agency, International; AUKUS trilateral security partnership; Australia : Defense relationship with U.S.; Australia : Elections; Australia : Nuclear cooperation with United Kingdom and U.S.; Australia : Prime Minister; Australia : Relations with U.S.; Azerbaijan, U.S. Ambassador; Bahamas, U.S. Ambassador; Bahrain : Defense relationship with U.S.; Bahrain : King; Bahrain : Relations with Israel; Barbados, U.S. Ambassador; Belarus : Democracy efforts; Belgium : Brussels :: Brussels Airport; Belgium : Brussels :: Europa Building; Belgium : Brussels :: North Atlantic Treaty Organization Headquarters; Belgium : Brussels :: U.S. Chief of Mission Residence; Belgium : Brussels :: U.S. Mission to the European Union; Belgium : President Biden's visit; Belgium : President Biden's visits; Belgium : Prime Minister; Brazil : Elections; Brazil : President-elect; Brazil : Relations with U.S.; Brazil : U.S. Ambassador; BTS musical group, meeting with President; Bulgaria, U.S. Ambassador; Business and industry : Infant formula manufacturers and retailers, meeting with President; Cabo Verde, U.S. Ambassador; California : Governor; California : Irvine Valley Community College in Irvine; California : John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana; California : Los Angeles : InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown hotel; California : Los Angeles : Los Angeles Convention Center; California : Los Angeles :: D Line (Purple) Extension Transit Project for the L.A. Metro; California : Los Angeles :: El Capitan Entertainment Centre; California : Los Angeles :: Getty Villa Museum; California : Los Angeles :: Los Angeles International Airport; California : Los Angeles :: Microsoft Theater; California : Los Angeles :: Port of Los Angeles; California : Los Angeles :: Tacos 1986 restaurant; California : Los Angeles

:: W Los Angeles–West Beverly Hills hotel; California : President's visits; California : San Diego

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Delaware : USS Delaware, tour in Port of Wilmington; Delaware : Wilmington :: Hotel du Pont; Delaware : Wilmington :: Shipyard Shops Wilmington; Delaware : Wilmington :: Tatnall School's Laird Performing Arts Center; Delaware : Wilmington :: Wilmington Country Club; Democratic Governors Association; Democratic Party : Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee; Democratic Party : Democratic National Committee; Democratic Party : Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee; Denmark, U.S. Ambassador; Deposit Insurance Corporation, Federal; Developing countries : Infrastructure development, international assistance; Development banks and funds : European Bank for Reconstruction and Development; Development banks and funds : International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (World Bank); Development, U.S. Agency for International; Disability Insurance, Federal; Disability, National Council on; Disaster assistance : South Dakota; Disaster assistance : Alaska; Disaster assistance : American Samoa; Disaster assistance : Florida; Disaster assistance : Hawaii; Disaster assistance : Illinois; Disaster assistance : Iowa; Disaster assistance : Kansas; Disaster assistance : Kentucky; Disaster assistance : Maine; Disaster assistance : Massachusetts; Disaster assistance : Minnesota; Disaster assistance : Mississippi; Disaster assistance : Missouri; Disaster assistance : Montana; Disaster assistance : Muscogee (Creek) Nation; Disaster assistance : Nebraska; Disaster assistance : New Mexico; Disaster assistance : New York; Disaster assistance : North Carolina; Disaster assistance : North Dakota; Disaster assistance : Oklahoma; Disaster assistance : Puerto Rico; Disaster assistance : Rhode Island; Disaster assistance : Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community; Disaster assistance : Seminole Tribe of Florida; Disaster assistance : South Carolina; Disaster assistance : South Dakota; Disaster assistance : Tennessee; Disaster assistance : Virgin Islands, U.S.; Disaster assistance : Virginia; Disaster assistance : Washington; Disaster assistance

: West Virginia; Disaster assistance Florida; Diseases : AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria, Global Fund To Fight; Diseases : Cancer research, prevention, and treatment; Diseases : Coronavirus, domestic prevention efforts; District of Columbia : Church of the Holy Communion, DC Health COVID–19 Center; District of Columbia : Embassy of the United Kingdom; District of Columbia

: Fiola Mare restaurant; District of Columbia : Hamilton restaurant; District of Columbia : Holy Trinity Catholic Church; District of Columbia : HoneyMade; District of Columbia : Howard Theatre; District of Columbia : Jeni's ice cream shop; District of Columbia : Marine Barracks Washington, D.C.; District of Columbia : Marriott Marquis Washington, DC, hotel; District of Columbia : Mayor; District of Columbia : Renwick Gallery; District of Columbia : Residence of Japan's Ambassador to the U.S.; District of Columbia : Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center; District of Columbia : Walter E. Washington Convention Center; District of Columbia : Washington Hilton hotel; District of Columbia : Washington National Cathedral; Dominica, U.S. Ambassador; Economy, national : Improvement; Economy, national : Inflation; Economy, national : Strengthening efforts; Ecuador : President; Ecuador : Relations with U.S.; Ecuador, U.S. Ambassador; Education : Teachers; Education Sciences, National Board for; Education, Department of : Historically Black Colleges and Universities, President’s Board of Advisers on; Education, Department of : Postsecondary Education, Assistant Secretary for; Education, Department of : Rehabilitation Services Administation; Education, Department of : Secretary; Egypt : Minister of Planning and Economic Development; Egypt : President; Egypt : President Biden's visit; Egypt : Sharm El-Sheikh :: Sharm El-Sheikh International Airport; Egypt

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