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Time: January 23, 2017 to May 2, 2017
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Join the Presidential Prayer Team in a prayer campaign for the first 100 days of President Trump's presidency.
Daily Prayer Briefing, September 7
President Donald Trump’s top national security officials briefed Congress yesterday on the president’s strategy for North Korea. The President that military action is "not a first choice" in the range of options the United States is considering against North Korea.
As the Lord leads, please pray for:
• President Trump as he works to bring together the leaders of both parties in the House and Senate.
• Mr. Trump as he monitors the recovery of hurricane Harvey and preparation for hurricane Irma. Pray that Irma's path will move away from of the United States.
• Safety of the United States as work continues on reducing the threat by North Korea.
• Many people who still needing shelter, food, water and clothing after hurricane Harvey.
• For a meeting with the President and Speaker Ryan this evening.
10:00 am Receives an update on hurricane preparation and response10:30 am Receives his daily intelligence briefing11:00 am Meets with Secretary of State Tillerson12:20 pm Meets with Amir Sabah al-Ahmed al-Jaber al-Sabah of Kuwait1:30 pm Holds a joint press conference with Amir al-Sabah; East Room3:30 pm Participates in an infrastructure meeting; Roosevelt Room7:00 pm Dinner with House Speaker Ryan; private residence
All times Eastern
Daily Prayer Briefing, September 5
President Donald Trump spoke with South Korean President Moon Jae-In yesterday morning and offered an "conceptual approval" on the purchase of billions of dollars' worth of U.S. military weapons and equipment by South Korea.
Both leaders "underscored the grave threat that North Korea's latest provocation poses to the entire world" and agreed "to maximize pressure on North Korea using all means at their disposal."
U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley said during a special U.N. Security Council meeting yesterday that North Korea's leader "is begging for war."
• President Trump as he talks with world leaders to bring further pressure on North Korea to abandon its nuclear program.
• Strength and endurance for our president while he manages several U.S. and world emergencies.
• For God’s hand of protection on America
• Recovery from the storms and damage in Texas and Louisiana last week -- the needed resources such as food, water, clothing and shelter.
• Protection from disease and sickness from the contaminated flood waters.
10:00 am Receives a National Security Council briefing11:00 am Receives his daily intelligence briefing1:30 pm Meets with the National Economic Council4:00 pm Meets with key members of Congress and his administration regarding tax reform; Roosevelt Room5:45 pm Speaks with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull of Australia by telephone
Daily Prayer Briefing, September 04
North Korea conducted its sixth and most powerful underground nuclear test only hours after claiming it has now developed a hydrogen bomb that can reach United States with the potential to kill millions.
The president and his national security advisers met yesterday afternoon.
Defense Secretary James Mattis made a statement following the meeting, “Any threat to the United States or its territory, including Guam, or our allies, will be met with a massive military response, a response both effective and overwhelming,”
• President Trump and his administration as they determine what actions are needed to contain the nuclear and missile capabilities of North Korea.
• Protection for Guam, Japan and the United States against North Korea's threats.
• Strength for the President as he handles a double pair of crises.
Daily Prayer Briefing, September 03
• Americans to come together today, humbly pray for the people and events of this last week in Texas and Louisiana.
• Safety, health and provisions for the thousands of people displaced from their homes and living in shelters.
• President Trump as he manages the federal departments and coordinate relief efforts for the flood victims.
Relief organizations, thousands of volunteers and professionals serving to provide help, guidance and resources for the victims.
This disaster would unite America and help us see that everyone is equal in God's eyes and needing salvation.
Daily Prayer Briefing, September 02
President Trump has declared Sunday a "National Day of Prayer" in honor of Texans and others affected by Hurricane Harvey.
The president was joined by leaders of the American Red Cross, the Salvation Army and Southern Baptist Disaster Relief for Friday's Oval Office signing. Vice President Mike Pence also attended the ceremony.
"From the beginning of our nation, Americans have joined together in prayer during times of great need to ask for God's blessing and God's guidance. When we look across Texas and Louisiana, we see the American spirit of service embodied by countless men and women," Trump said. "We invite all Americans to join us as we continue to pray for those who have lost family members and friends, and for those who are suffering from this great crisis."
• Many people who still needing shelter, food, water and clothing.
• Relief organizations serving to provide resources for the victims.
• Americans to come together, humble ourselves and pray this weekend.
• President Trump and First Lady as they travel back to the Gulf region today.
9:00 am With the first lady, departs White House11:20 am CT Arrives Ellington Field, Texas11:40 am CT Visits individuals impacted by Hurricane Harvey; Ellington Field, Texas12:45 pm CT Visits Hurricane Harvey Relief Center; Hurricane Harvey Relief Center2:25 pm CT Participates in a meeting with members of the Texas Delegation; Ellington Field, Texas2:50 pm CT Departs Ellington Field, Texas3:35 pm CT Arrives at Chennault International Airport, Louisiana3:45 pm CT Participates in a meeting with members of the Louisiana delegation; Chennault International Airport, Louisiana4:25 pm CT Participates in a meet and greet with members of the county emergency operations center, National Guard and Cajun Navy; National Guard Armory5:25 pm CT Departs Chennault International Airport, Louisiana9:05 pm Arrives White House
All times Eastern except as noted
Daily Prayer Briefing, August 30
President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania visited with Texas officials yesterday in one of the areas hit hardest by Hurricane Harvey. "This was of epic portion, nobody has ever seen anything like this," said the president in Corpus Christi.
"You are special, we are here to take care... We are going to get you back and operating immediately," Mr. Trump said. "You know what, it happened in Texas and Texas can handle anything." He also said that he hoped the response to Harvey would serve as an example in future disasters. The President vowed the federal government would have a complete response to the devastating flooding of Tropical Storm Harvey. The slow-moving storm has brought record-breaking rains and catastrophic flooding to Texas and paralyzed Houston, the fourth most-populous U.S. city.
• President Trump and his team as they work through the massive flooding entered its fifth day.
• Safety for local officials as they work to rescue and provide aid for thousands of people.
• For President Trump and his military leaders as they also face the growing issues with North Korea.
Daily Prayer Briefing, August 29
President Donald Trump will travel to storm-ravaged Texas today. But it was not immediately clear when he will arrive or which areas he will tour.
• Pray for President Trump and First Lady Melania while they travel and visit the stricken area.
• Pray for the Gulf region as they deals with catastrophic floods that have displaced tens of thousands of people.
• Pray for President Trump and his team as they coordinated the response to Hurricane Harvey.
Daily Prayer Briefing, August 24
President Trump’s recent trip to Arizona included a tour of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection outpost in Yuma and highlighted the country’s illegal immigration problem in a border state.
The Trump campaign for president garnered much of its success on promising to combat illegal immigration. Seven months after taking office, the White House points to results, with illegal border crossings down by more than half since this time last year and the arrests of convicted criminal aliens up by about 20 percent during the same time period.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement conducted about 40 percent more enforcement and removal operations, such as detentions or deportations, compared with the same time last year.
Tom Homan, acting director of ICE, told reporters aboard Air Force One this week, “If you [were] lucky enough to get back past the Border Patrol, in the [previous] administration, you were home free, unless you committed another crime and get put in jail and get convicted of that crime.”
ICE also removed more than 2,700 criminal gang members so far in fiscal year 2017, which began in October, according to White House numbers as of July 20. That’s compared with 2,057 criminal gang removals in the entire fiscal year of 2016.
• For President Trump as he leads the nation
• For the president and the nation’s military leaders as they plan strategy for Afghanistan
• For the Trump administration as they negotiate trade deals
– 10:30 am Receives his daily intelligence briefing– 11:00 am Meets with National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster– 11:45 am Meets with OMB Director Mick Mulvaney and the Office of Legislative Affairs
Daily Prayer Briefing, August 22
President Trump says the U.S. will remain in Afghanistan indefinitely until conditions on the ground change.
In a nationwide address to the nation, Trump said that his initial instinct was to “pull out.” The U.S. has been engaged in conflict in Afghanistan ever since 9/11, and just over 2,400 American troops have died in the conflict.
The president said that sitting in the Oval Office changed his mindset, and he looked to the advice of his national security advisers. “After many meetings, over many months, we held our final meeting last Friday at Camp David, with my cabinet and generals, to complete our strategy.
“The American people are weary of war without victory,” Trump said. “I share the American people’s frustration,” he added.
“Our nation must seek an honorable and enduring outcome,” Trump said, adding that men and women serving deserve a plan to fight and win. “We cannot repeat the mistakes in Afghanistan that our leaders made in Iraq,” the president added.
Last night’s nationally televised address was delivered to troops stationed at the Army's Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall, located next to Arlington National Cemetery.
Later today, the president heads to Phoenix, Arizona for an evening rally.
• President Trump and his team as they plot strategy in Afghanistan
• For the nation's military leaders as they lead the troops
• For the healing of the nation's political divide
10:30 am EDT – Receives his daily intelligence briefing
11:45 am EDT – Departs White House
4:45 pm EDT – Arrives Yuma, Arizona
5:05 pm EDT – Participates in a tour of U.S. Customs and Border Protection Border equipment; U.S. Customs and Border Protection Hangar F
5:50 pm EDT – Participates in a meet and greet with Marines; Marine Corps Air Station Yuma
10:00 pm EDT – Participates in a Make America Great Again rally; Phoenix Convention Center
Daily Prayer Briefing, August 21
“The United States will always put the security and prosperity of America first. But as I hope our presence here today demonstrates, America First does not mean America alone.”
Vice President Mike Pence delivered that assurance during a recent visit to Latin America, reminding those in attendance that the interests of the United States and Latin America are intertwined and that the security and prosperity of both regions will rise in tandem.
“The Western Hemisphere and our great ally here in Panama are a key priority for our administration,” Pence said.
The United States was the first country in the world to recognize Panama as an independent nation, Pence added. “And just as we stood with Panama then, we stand with Panama today as your partner in commerce and your friend in freedom.”
• President Trump as he leads the nation
• Peace and calm at protests across the nation
• Americans to continue praying for the president and America's leaders
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