THE WHITE HOUSE THIS WEEK.THE WEEK IN REVIEW.

President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump participate in the French National Day Parade with President and Mrs. Macron

President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump depart Paris, France en route to Newark, New Jersey

Vice President Pence delivers remarks at the National Governors Association Summer Meeting

Vice President Pence participates in a series of meetings with governors

Vice President Pence participates in a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada

Vice President Pence participates in a series of meetings with governors

 

President Trump had a productive visit to Paris, France, where he participated in numerous meetings, including an arrival ceremony at Les  Invalides and a joint press conference with President Macron

 

 

Follow the President’s trip to France, on Flickr, Facebook, and Twitter.

Vice President Pence delivered remarks on Obamacare in Lexington, Kentucky on Wednesday saying, “it’s going to take courage, and it’s going to take leadership in Washington, D.C. And make no mistake about it, there are many voices in our Nation’s Capital, and you see them on TV all the time. But there is no more compelling voice in Washington, D.C. than the voice of the American people. So let your voice be heard.”

Press Secretary Sean Spicer released a statement saying, “President Donald J. Trump was deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Nobel Peace Prize laureate and prominent Chinese political prisoner Liu Xiaobo.”

Obamacare fact of the day

FACT: Taxpayers are on the hook for Obamacare’s surging costs. The average Obamacare subsidy in February 2017 was nearly $4,500 – an increase of nearly $1,200 from just two years prior.

Obamacare fact of the day

 

 

President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump participated in a viewing of the National Day Parade in France in honor of Bastille Day. President Trump is the first United States President to participate in the ceremonies since 1989.

 

 

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