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今日、トランプ行政大統領は、ホワイトハウスで全米の企業や製品をMade in Americaの週に始めるために展示しています。全米50州がホワイトハウスで代表され、トランプ大統領はアメリカ人労働者に対する支援を再確認するメッセージを送付する。


12:30 PM大統領トランプ大統領とマイク・ペンス副議長


午後200分プレスブリーフィングPress Secretary Sean Spicer

午後3時、トランプ大統領とペンス副大統領がMade in Americaの製品ショーケースに参加 - Watch

4:30 Pence副大統領がセルビアAleksandar Vucic大統領との二国間会合に参加




フランスナショナルデーパレード| 2017714日(Shealah Craigheadによる公式ホワイトハウス写真)



1600 Daily: Everything White House for 7/17/17

July 17, 2017 at 10:30 AM ET by 1600Daily


Get news, events and updates from the White House here at 1600 Daily.

Today, President Trump's Administration is showcasing companies and products from around the country at the White House to kick off Made in America week. All 50 states will be represented at the White House, and President Trump will deliver a message reaffirming his support for the American worker.

Today's Events

12:30 PM President Trump has lunch with Vice President Mike Pence

1:30 PM President Trump meets with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson

2:00 PM Press Briefing with Press Secretary Sean Spicer

3:00 PM President Trump and Vice President Pence participate in a Made in America product showcase - Watch

4:30 PM Vice President Pence participates in a bilateral meeting with President Aleksandar Vucic of Serbia

8:40 PM Vice President Pence delivers the keynote address at the Christians United for Israel Washington Summit

Photo of the Day 

French National Day Parade | July 14, 2017 (Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead)

French National Day Parade | July 14, 2017 (Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead)

Obamacare fact of the day

FACT: 22 Ohio counties are currently projected to have no coverage options next year and another 28 counties may have no choices