President Joe Biden’s Schedule for Sunday, January 2, 2022
President Joe Biden will continue to rest quietly at home in Delaware.
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President Donald Trump is staying at his Mar-a-Lago home and will attend a New Year’s Eve ball Sunday evening.
President Trump had lunch at Trump International Golf Club with Governor Rick Scott of Florida to discuss the hurricane recovery efforts, the need to improve the nation’s infrastructure, and other topics.
The president, his family, and some friends dropped into the Mar-a-Lag New Year’s Eve party and wished the crowd a happy new year.
“Hello everybody. Happy new year,” Trump told the crowd. “I think you’re going to go in and take some pictures of the crowd. Great crowd. We’re going to have a great year. We’re going to have a fantastic 2018.”
Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, who wished the press corp a happy new year, and their two oldest children, Arabella and Joseph, also attended the event as did Eric and Lara Trump, Don Jr., and his eldest son, Don III, Mr. Mnuchin and his wife. Former NY Mets’ first baseman Keith Hernandez said hello, Fox Business host Lou Dobbs smiled, and Dr. Eric Kaplan, who claims to be the most-followed chiropractor on Twitter, stopped and chatted with the press corps as well.
President Trump’s schedule for 12/31/17
- no public events
- 9:24 AM Depart Mar-a-Lago
- 9:40 AM Arrive Trump International Golf Club
- TBA Lunch with Florida Governor Rick Scott
- 3:15 PM Depart Trump International Golf Club
- 3:27 PM Arrive Mar-a-Lago
- 9:25 PM Visit the Mar-a-Lago New Year’s Eve party
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