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Associated Press Daybook-Friday, Weekend-White House for Friday, Nov. 01.

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Friday, Nov. 01 1:30 PM President Trump’s daily schedule – President Donald Trump receives his intelligence briefing in the White House Oval Office (1:30 PM EDT, closed press). Later, he departs the South Lawn en route to Joint Base Andrews (4:30 PM EDT), arriving at 4:40 PM EDT, before departing en route to Tupelo, MS (4:50 PM EDT), arriving at Tupelo Regional Airport at 6:00 PM CDT (pre-credentialed media). He then departs en route to BancorpSouth Arena (6:10 PM CDT), arriving at 6:20 PM CDT, where he delivers remarks at a Keep America Great Rally (7:00 PM CDT, pre-credentialed media). Afterwards, he departs en route to Tupelo Regional Airport (8:30 PM CDT), arriving at 8:40 PM EDT, before departing en route to Washington, DC (8:50 PM CDT), arriving back at JBA at 11:40 PM EDT. He then departs en route to the White House (11:50 PM EDT), arriving back at the South Lawn at 12:00 AM EDT

Weblinks: http://www.whitehouse.gov/president, https://twitter.com/POTUS

Contacts: White House press, 1 202 456 2580

JBA arrival and departure, Tupelo Regional Airport departure, BancorpSouth Arena arrival and departure, second Tupelo Regional Airport arrival and departure, and second JBA arrival and departure are all for out-of-town travel pool

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Friday, Nov. 01 7:00 PM President Donald Trump delivers remarks at a ‘Keep America Great’ campaign rally in Mississippi

Location: BancorpSouth Arena, 375 E Main St, Tupelo, MS

Weblinks: http://www.donaldjtrump.com, https://twitter.com/realdonaldtrump

Contacts: White House press, 1 202 456 2580; Trump for President press, pressoffice@donaldtrump.com;

Pre-credentialed media ** Trump arrives in Tupelo at Tupelo Regional Airport, 2763 W Jackson Street Extended (6:00 PM CDT). Please register for media credentials by 6:00 PM CDT (7:00 PM EDT), Wednesday, October 30, 2019. Late requests will not be accepted. Once approved, you will receive additional logistics in a separate email. Credentials are non-transferable

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Friday, Nov. 01 10:35 AM Vice President Pence’s daily schedule – Vice President Mike Pence departs Joint Base Andrews en route to London, KY (10:35 AM EDT, pool press), arriving at London-Corbin Airport at 12:00 PM EDT (pre-credentialed press). He then participates in a meet and greet with patrons at Shep’s Place (12:45 PM EDT, pool press) and another with first responders at Williamsburg Tourism and Convention Center (2:05 PM EDT, pool press), before delivering remarks at a Get Out The Vote rally at Laurel London Optimist Club (3:50 PM EDT, pre-credentialed press). Afterwards, he departs London-Corbin Airport en route to Washington, DC (5:30 PM EDT), arriving back at JBA at 6:45 PM EDT (pool press)

Weblinks: http://www.whitehouse.gov, https://twitter.com/VP

Contacts: Vice President press, 1 202 456 0373

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Friday, Nov. 01 12:45 PM Vice President Pence visits Kentucky – Vice President Mike Pence visits London, KY, participating in a three-stop bus tour with Governor Matt Bevin and elected officials supporting Republicans in the state: participating in a meet and greet with patrons at Shep’s Place (12:45 PM EDT), participating in a meet and greet with first responders, Williamsburg Tourism and Convention Center (2:05 PM EDT), and delivering remarks at a Get Out the Vote rally, Laurel London Optimist Club (3:50 PM EDT) * Gov. Bevin faces Democrat Attorney General Andy Beshear in Tuesday’s gubernatorial election

Location: London, KY

Weblinks: https://www.whitehouse.gov/people/mike-pence/, https://twitter.com/VP

Contacts: Vice President press, 1 202 456 0373

Meet and greets are for pool press; rally is for pre-credentialed press ** Pence arrives in London at London-Corbin Airport-Magee Field, 566 Airport Road (12:00 PM EDT) * 9:00am – 9:30am: Media call time and pre-set for cameras, tripods, and satellite trucks. 9:30am – 10:45am: Airport access closed to press. 10:45am – 11:15am: Media re-entrance and media call time for print reporters and still photographers

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Friday, Nov. 01 1:30 PM Vice President Pence, Kentucky Gov. Bevin, and GOP Rep. Hal Rogers at Get Out The Vote event in Kentucky – Vice President Mike Pence, Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin, Republican Rep. Hal Rogers, and the statewide Republican ticket attend 5th District Rally & Fish Fry in Kentucky, ahead of election day Tuesday * Gov. Bevin is facing Democrat Attorney General Andy Beshear in the gubernatorial election

Location: Laurel London Optimist Club, 383 Sinking Creek Rd, London, KY

Weblinks: http://www.mattbevin.com, https://twitter.com/mattbevin

Contacts: Vice President press, 1 202 456 0373; Matt Bevin for Governor press, Press@MattBevin.com;

Doors open at 1:30 PM. All attendees must be inside by 3:30 PM. Pence delivers remarks at 3:50 PM (pre-credentialed media) * Event is not for solicitation of funds

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Friday, Nov. 01 1:00 PM Acting Assistant Secretary of State Kozak meets Colombia Ambassador to the U.S. – Acting Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs Michael Kozak meets Colombia Ambassador to the U.S. Amb. Francisco Santos Calderon

Location: State Department, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.state.gov, https://twitter.com/StateDept

Contacts: State Department Office of Press Relations, 1 202 647 2492

Closed press

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Friday, Nov. 01 Secretary of State Mike Pompeo attends meetings and briefings at the State Department

Weblinks: http://www.state.gov, https://twitter.com/StateDept

Contacts: State Department Office of Press Relations, 1 202 647 2492

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Friday, Nov. 01 8:30 AM Monthly Employment Report – The Employment Situation: Unemployment Rate, Average Workweek, Average Hourly Earnings, Manufacturing Payrolls, Nonfarm payrolls * Last month’s data revealed that total nonfarm payroll employment increased by 136,000 in September, and the unemployment rate was 3.5%. The last time the rate was this low was in December 1969, when it was also 3.5%

Weblinks: http://www.bls.gov, https://twitter.com/BLS_gov

Contacts: Bureau of Labor Statistics, blsdata_staff@bls.gov, 1 202 691 5200

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Friday, Nov. 01 10:00 AM Construction Spending – Construction Put in Place

Weblinks: http://www.census.gov/, https://twitter.com/uscensusbureau

Contacts: U.S. Census Bureau press inquiries, pio@census.gov, 1 301 763 3030

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Friday, Nov. 01 U.S. Supreme Court meets in private conference to discuss cases and vote on petitions for review

Weblinks: http://www.supremecourt.gov

Contacts: U.S. Supreme Court, 1 202 479 3211

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Saturday, Nov. 02 10:00 PM UFC 244, with President Trump expected to attend – UFC 244 in New York, headlined by Jorge Masvidal vs. Nate Diaz, with the UFC planning on giving the winner a special ‘BMF’ belt, standing for ‘Baddest M———-r’, after the championship’s owners ZUFFA earlier this year filed for a series of trademarks connected with both terms * In June, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s ban on ‘scandalous’ and ‘immoral’ trademarks – under the Trademark Act of 1946 – was unconstitutional * President Donald Trump expected to attend the fight, and to stay in Trump Tower for the weekend

Location: Madison Square Garden, New York, NY

Weblinks: http://www.ufc.com/, https://twitter.com/ufc

Contacts: UFC Press, press@ufc.com

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Saturday, Nov. 02 Vice President Pence delivers remarks in Virginia on the USMCA – Vice President Mike Pence visits Patriot Industries in Louisa, VA, delivering remarks on the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement as part of an America First Policies series called ‘USMCA: A Better Deal for American Workers’

Location: Patriot Industries, Louisa, VA

Weblinks: https://www.whitehouse.gov/people/mike-pence/, https://twitter.com/VP

Contacts: Vice President press, 1 202 456 0373

Media wishing to cover the Vice President’s remarks at ‘USMCA: A Better Deal for American Workers’ should contact Connor Greenwood at cgreenwood@dcigroup.com or (330) 840-8964

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Saturday, Nov. 02 Vice President Pence speaks at Republican State Leadership Committee events in Virginia – Vice President Mike Pence delivers remarks at a Republican State Leadership Committee Get Out The Vote event and at a closed-press Republican State Leadership Committee reception in Virginia

Location: Virginia Beach, VA

Weblinks: http://www.rslc.com, https://twitter.com/RSLC

Contacts: RSLC media, Media@rslc.com, 1 202 349 2422

Pence arrives in Virginia Beach at Naval Air Station Oceana, 1450 Tomcat Boulevard (2:30 PM EDT). 11:00am-11:30am: Media call time and pre-set for video cameras and tripods. 11:30am-12:30pm: Airport access closed to press. 12:30pm-1:30pm: Media re-entrance and call time for print reporters and still photographers. 1:30pm: Last shuttle departs Pass and ID Office. Media must RSVP to pressrsvp@ovp.eop.gov by 5:00pm EDT on Friday, November 1, with the below information. At the airport you will be required to present your press credentials. Full Name: Network Affiliation: Position (Camera, still photographer, reporter): Cell Phone Number: Email:

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NEW EVENT: Monday, Nov. 04 1:15 PM President Trump welcomes 2019 World Series champions Washington Nationals to the White House – President Donald Trump welcomes the 2019 World Series champions Washington Nationals to the White House * The Nats beat the Houston Astros in seven games to win their first-ever Fall Classic * President Trump attended Game 5 in the series and was booed by fans when he appeared on screen

Location: The White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.whitehouse.gov/president, https://twitter.com/WhiteHouse

Contacts: White House office of media affairs, 1 202 456 6238

Please register by 11:59PM EDT Saturday, November 2, 2019. Late requests will not be accepted. If you are confirmed to attend the event, you will receive additional logistics in a separate email. Entry and Registration onto the White House Complex All media, excluding hard pass, 6 month pass holders, and press on this week’s weekly pass list must apply for a day pass to ensure entry. If you or whom you are requesting credentials for receives a confirmation email and is not a hard pass holder, please follow the instructions in the email to apply for a day pass to the White House. To enter the complex under a press appointment, you must bring a government issued ID and an approved media badge

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Monday, Nov. 04 7:00 PM President Trump holds ‘Keep America Great’ rally in Kentucky – President Donald Trump holds ‘Keep America Great’ campaign rally in Kentucky * Rally held day before Kentucky votes in statewide elections for offices including governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, attorney general and treasurer * Republican Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin faces Democrat Attorney General Andy Beshear in the gubernatorial race

Location: Rupp Arena, 430 W Vine St, Lexington, KY

Weblinks: http://www.donaldjtrump.com, https://twitter.com/realdonaldtrump

Contacts: White House press, 1 202 456 2580; Trump for President press, pressoffice@donaldtrump.com;

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Monday, Nov. 04 12:00 PM Vice President Pence at campaign rally for GOP Mississippi gubernatorial candidate – Republican Mississippi gubernatorial candidate Lieutenant Governor Tate Reeves hosts Mississippi Victory 2019 Rally, with special guest Vice President Mike Pence, ahead of tomorrow’s election

Location: The Coliseum, Biloxi, MS

Weblinks: http://tatereeves.com, https://twitter.com/tatereeves

Contacts: Parker Biden, Tate Reeves for Governor press, press@tatereeves.com

Doors close at 11:30AM CT * Press must RSVP to press@tatereeves.com at least 48 hours prior to the event to receive credentials

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Monday, Nov. 04 10:30 AM U.S. Diplomacy Center hosts preview exhibit tour and media briefing – U.S. Diplomacy Center hosts tour of ‘Diplomacy Is Our Mission’ – its first preview exhibit – and the museum (10:30 AM EST) and media briefing (11:30 AM EST), with the museum set to make a special announcement about the future and to open the exhibit this week, formally recognizing Phase II of the capital campaign for building the museum * Exhibit ‘explores U.S. diplomacy through four pillars: security, prosperity, democracy, and development’

Location: U.S. Diplomacy Center, 330 21st St NW, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.state.gov, https://twitter.com/StateDept

Contacts: Reva Gupta, State Department, GuptaR3@state.gov

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Monday, Nov. 04 10:00 AM Manufacturers’ Shipments, Inventories, and Orders (M3)

Weblinks: http://www.census.gov/, https://twitter.com/uscensusbureau

Contacts: U.S. Census Bureau press inquiries, pio@census.gov, 1 301 763 3030

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Monday, Nov. 04 10:00 AM Employment Trends Index

Weblinks: http://www.conference-board.org, https://twitter.com/Conferenceboard

Contacts: Carol Courter, Conference Board Corporate Communications Manager, carol.courter@conference-board.org, 1 212 339 0232

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Monday, Nov. 04 10:00 AM U.S. Supreme Court hearings – U.S. Supreme Court hearings: ‘Barton v. Barr’ (Whether a lawfully-admitted permanent resident who is not seeking admission to the U.S. can be ‘rendered … inadmissible’ for the purposes of the stop-time rule?) * ‘Kansas v. Glover’ (Whether, for purposes of an investigative stop under the Fourth Amendment, it is reasonable for an officer to suspect that the registered owner of a vehicle is the one driving the vehicle absent any information to the contrary?)

Location: Supreme Court of the United States, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.supremecourt.gov

Contacts: U.S. Supreme Court, 1 202 479 3211

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