- Trump’s News Conference Today
- Trump’s Previous News Conferences
Get the latest news on President Trump’s upcoming news conference. Find out when and where it will be held, and what the president is expected to address.
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Trump’s News Conference Today
Trump is scheduled to have a news conference today at 1:00 PM EST. This will be his first news conference since the election.
What is Trump’s News Conference Today?
At his news conference today, Trump is expected to talk about the economy, trade, and the upcoming G8 summit.
When is Trump’s News Conference Today?
Donald Trump will be holding a news conference today at 11:00 a.m. EST. The president is expected to answer questions from reporters on a variety of topics, including the ongoing government shutdown and his recent State of the Union address.
How to watch Trump’s News Conference Today?
Trump’s News Conference Today will be held at 3:00pm EST.
You can watch it live on CNN, Fox News, or MSNBC.
Trump’s Previous News Conferences
Trump’s first news conference was on February 16, 2017, just one week after his inauguration. The second was on April 12, 2017, and the third was on June 29, 2017. Today’s news conference will be the fourth that Trump has given as president.
What Trump has said in his Previous News Conferences?
Here is a recap of what Trump has said in his three previous news conferences:
June 7, 2017: Trump spoke about his administration’s “tremendous success” in its first few months. He also announced that he would be pulling the United States out of the Paris climate agreement.
February 16, 2017: Trump held a joint press conference with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. He spoke about the “great relationship” between the two countries and their “very important trade relationship.” Trudeau, for his part, said that Canada was “looking forward to working with President Trump on a broad range of issues.”
January 11, 2017: In his first official news conference since winning the election, Trump spoke about a wide range of topics, including his upcoming inauguration, his business holdings, and Russia’s involvement in the election. He also took questions from reporters on whether he would release his tax returns and whether he would have a special prosecutor investigate Hillary Clinton.
When are Trump’s Previous News Conferences?
While the president has not held a formal news conference in several months, he has given a number of impromptu press conferences on the White House lawn and at his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey. Here’s a look at the date and setting of Trump’s most recent news conferences.
Sept. 26, 2018: United Nations General Assembly, New York City
Sept. 7, 2018: Joint base Andrews, Maryland
Aug. 13, 2018: Trump National Golf Club, Bedminster, New Jersey
July 25, 2018: White House lawn
May 22, 2018: Joint base Andrews
April 26, 2018: Trump National Golf Club
How to watch Trump’s Previous News Conferences?
If you’re interested in watching Trump’s previous news conferences, there are a few ways to do so. One option is to search for “Trump news conference” on YouTube, which will bring up a number of results. Another option is to visit the White House website, which has a section dedicated to video footage of Trump’s news conferences. Finally, major news organizations such as CNN and Fox News also offer recordings of Trump’s news conferences on their websites.