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Daybook-Friday, Weekend-Highlights

Associated Press Daybook-Friday, Weekend-Highlights for Friday, Nov. 01.

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Highlights, Friday, Nov. 01


Commission on Unalienable Rights meeting, opened by Secretary of State Pompeo 8:00 AM

Monthly Employment Report 8:30 AM

Construction Spending – Construction Put in Place 10:00 AM

Vice President Pence visits Kentucky 12:45 PM

Kentucky Gov. Bevin and GOP Rep. Hal Rogers at Get Out The Vote event in Kentucky 1:30 PM

President Donald Trump delivers remarks at a ‘Keep America Great’ campaign rally in Mississippi 7:00 PM

House breaks for recess

U.S. Supreme Court meets in private conference to discuss cases and vote on petitions for review


Highlights, Saturday, Nov. 02


World Series victory parade for the Washington Nationals 2:00 PM

UFC 244, with President Trump expected to attend 10:00 PM

Vice President Pence delivers remarks on USMCA visits Virginia

Vice President Pence speaks at Republican State Leadership Committee Get Out The Vote event in Virginia


Highlights, Sunday, Nov. 03


‘Meet The Press with Chuck Todd’ on NBC 9:00 AM

‘State of the Union’ on CNN 9:00 AM

‘FOX News Sunday’ on FOX 9:00 AM

‘This Week with George Stephanopoulos’ on ABC 10:30 AM

‘Face The Nation’ on CBS 10:30 AM


Highlights, Monday, Nov. 04


Manufacturers’ Shipments, Inventories, and Orders (M3) 10:00 AM

U.S. Supreme Court hearings 10:00 AM

Vice President Pence at campaign rally for GOP Mississippi gubernatorial candidate 12:00 PM

President Trump holds ‘Keep America Great’ rally in Kentucky 7:00 PM

House Committees due to jointly conduct deposition with White House officials, as part of impeachment inquiry

Associated Press


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