President Donald Trump is set to begin a long, slow rollout of his healthcare law on Wednesday, and the first few minutes will likely be spent trying to convince the press corps that his administration is on track.
There are no guarantees that Trump will be able to make it through a press conference without any major setbacks or leaks, and as usual, it will be his job to make sure that happens.
The White House and its surrogates are using a variety of tactics to try to make that happen, including an all-day briefing on Thursday, a live town hall on Friday and the White Senate event on Saturday.
But one strategy may be working: a full day of briefing from the president himself.
As the president will be spending most of the day in the White State Room at the White Palace, the press pool will be on hand, and he will have plenty of time to explain his plans for health care and tax reform.
Here’s a rundown of the key moments from the day.
What to watch: Trump will start his press briefing at 1:15 p.m., and will be joined by several members of the White Congress and officials from the State Department and the Office of Management and Budget.
Trump will also have his staff, including White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus, who will be in the briefing room, and several of his senior advisers, including Jared Kushner, his son-in-law and senior adviser.
Priebus will be the only reporter allowed to ask a question.
During his remarks, Trump will talk about the healthcare law, how he plans to handle the situation of Obamacare, and his plans to reform the tax code.
The press will have about an hour to ask questions of Trump before he begins to deliver the opening statements, and this will be Trump’s last chance to give his opening statement.
That’s because the WhiteHouse will hold an off-camera briefing at 10:30 a., and a live video feed will stream live at 10 a.
He will also make a statement at 11 a.
His comments will be followed by a brief discussion with the president on health care.
Afterward, Trump can return to the Whitehouse to take questions, which will be largely in-house.
But the president’s final press briefing will likely not occur until after 10:00 a.
The president has been preparing for the press conference for a while, and during his first week in office, he has been able to get the press to a few key events.
He is likely to get plenty of press coverage in the press room on Wednesday.
The day before, he was able to do a small briefing on health insurance subsidies, and there is likely an audience waiting in the back for his remarks on taxes.
Trump is also likely to address a joint meeting of the House and Senate and, once he is finished, he will be allowed to take question from the press.
There is also a chance that Trump could do a pre-press briefing, as he did during his inaugural press conference in January.
That briefing will be held by the White Congressional Office, which is headed by his former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski.
Lewandowski has been on staff at the Department of Health and Human Services, and will have his full-time position as the communications director for the WhiteSenate.
He previously worked as a political strategist and strategist for Trump’s campaign.
Lewandowser will be speaking about the new health insurance law, and it is likely that he will highlight the changes to the ACA that Trump promised during the campaign.
He also will discuss the tax reform legislation.
A couple of other topics that Lewandowski will likely discuss include Trump’s plans for his first budget, and what to expect in the coming weeks.
He may also make some comments about the possibility of a tax cut in the weeks to come.
The Trump administration has not released the first draft of Trump’s budget, which the president has called “the biggest disaster of my life.”
Lewandowski is not the only member of the administration who is trying to make the case for the budget, as Trump’s chief of staff, Reince Preibus, will be there.
But Lewandowski’s remarks may be the first time that Trump is able to deliver a full-on rebuttal to the criticism that he is losing the trust of the American people.
Lewisbouti will be at the event, and is expected to address the press as well.
While there is no official confirmation that Lewisbs is going to be there, the White house has not officially announced that Lewiston is going, so we may see him in the audience at one point.
Trump has been a vocal critic of the health care law and of the president, and has said that he does not expect the health insurance premiums to rise much under the law.
In fact, he is planning to hold a press briefing on Tuesday that he has said is going “to have a very big impact on the insurance premiums,” according to a person