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President Biden’s public schedule for 06/11/2024:

10:00 AMThe President receives the President’s Daily Brief
The White House
Closed Press
12:00 PMThe President and The Vice President have lunch
The White House
Closed Press
12:50 PMThe President departs the White House en route to the Washington Hilton
1:30 PMThe President delivers remarks at Everytown’s Gun Sense University
Washington Hilton
In-Town Travel Pool
2:15 PMThe President departs the Washington Hilton en route to the White House
Washington Hilton
In-Town Travel Pool
2:25 PMThe President arrives at the White House
2:30 PM
Press Briefing
Press Briefing by Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre
James S. Brady Press Briefing Room

President Biden Delivers Remarks at Everytown’s Gun Sense University @1:30 p.m. D.C., time:

Press Briefing by Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre @2:30 p.m. D.C., time:

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From Monday…

ABC News reported on Monday that; The United Nations Security Council on Monday afternoon adopted a U.S. draft resolution urging Hamas to accept the latest cease-fire and hostage release proposed deal. Fourteen members of the council voted in favor of the measure and only one — Russia — elected to abstain. Russia is one of the five permanent members of the Security Council with veto power over resolutions.

Spokesman for the U.S. mission to the United Nations, Nate Evans issued a statement ahead of the UN Security Council’s vote:

Today, the United States called for the Security Council to move towards a vote on the U.S. draft Security Council Resolution supporting the proposal on the table that would bring about a full and immediate ceasefire with the release of hostages.

As we have repeatedly emphasized, implementation of this deal would enable an immediate ceasefire, the release of hostages, the withdrawal of Israeli forces from populated areas in its first phase, an immediate surge in humanitarian assistance and restoration of basic services, the return of Palestinian civilians to northern Gaza, together with a roadmap for ending the crisis altogether and a multi-year internationally backed reconstruction plan.

Israel has accepted this proposal and the Security Council has an opportunity to speak with one voice and call on Hamas to do the same. Doing so would help save lives and the suffering of civilians in Gaza as well as the hostages and their families. Council Members should not let this opportunity to pass by and must speak with one voice in support of this deal.


UN Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield said via Twitter:

AP News reported on Monday; Although the deal has been described as an Israeli initiative and thousands of Israelis have demonstrated to support it, Netanyahu has been skeptical, saying what has been presented publicly is not accurate and that Israel is still committed to destroying Hamas. Netanyahu’s far-right allies have threatened to collapse his government if he implements the plan. Benny Gantz, a popular centrist, resigned on Sunday from the three-member War Cabinet after saying he would do so if the prime minister did not formulate a new plan for postwar Gaza.




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From Monday…

President Biden’s remarks haven’t been posted yet; the YouTube is 20 minutes and 47 seconds long.

The White House has posted; Remarks by Vice President Harris at a Juneteenth Concert

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