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This morning, President Donald J. Trump participated in a series of meetings with Polish, Baltic, and Central European leaders. Later, the President departed Poland en route to Germany for the G20 Summit. President Trump hopes to communicate to American allies in Europe and major leaders across the world that though he is committed to advancing America’s interests, his America First agenda encompasses the needs of the United States’ partners abroad. Long-term peace and international prosperity come when the United States displays leadership and is actively engaged with the rest of the world.
All times EST.
3:30 AM: President Trump meets with President Andrzej Duda of Poland
3:55 AM: President Trump participates in an expanded bilateral meeting with President Andrzej Duda
4:15 AM: President Trump holds a joint press conference with President Andrzej Duda – Watch
4:55 AM: President Trump participates in a photo opportunity with European leaders
5:10 AM: President Trump gives remarks at the Three Seas Initiative Summit
5:25 AM: President Trump participates in the Transatlantic Roundtable
6:15 AM: President Trump participates in a bilateral meeting with President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic of Croatia
7:15 AM: President Trump gives remarks to the people of Poland – Watch
12:00 PM: President Trump participates in a restricted meeting with Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany
12:15 PM: President Trump participates in an expanded meeting with Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany
1:00 PM: Vice President Pence delivers remarks at the Kennedy Space Center – Watch
1:30 PM: President Trump attends the Northeast Asia Security Dinner with President Moon Jae-in of the Republic of Korea and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan
Source: White House
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