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AP WASHINGTON DAYBOOK, Monday, March 10
WHITE HOUSE, ECONOMICS, COURTS
--------------------- PRESIDENT OBAMA
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White House press office: 202-456-2580.
THE PRESIDENT'S SCHEDULE
10 a.m. Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing. Oval Office. Closed Press.
11:15 a.m. Participates in an Ambassador Credentialing Ceremony. Oval Office. Closed Press. The President will receive the credentials from foreign Ambassadors recently posted in Washington: Mhamed Ezzine Chelaifa, Ambassador of the Republic of Tunisia; Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, Ambassador of the Republic of India; Jalil Abbas Jilani, Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan; Rupa Abraham Mulina, Ambassador of the Independent State of Papua New Guinea; Johan Cecilia Verbeke, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Belgium ; Mohammed Jaham A. A. Al Kuwari, Ambassador of the State of Qatar.
5 p.m. The President will host a reception for the 2012 and 2013 NCAA Division I Men's and Women's Champions. The following teams are expected to attend this event: Duke University: Mens Lacrosse; Indiana University: Mens Soccer; Oklahoma State University: Mens Cross Country; Princeton University: Fencing; Princeton University: Field Hockey; Stanford University: Womens Tennis; University of Alabama: Mens Golf; University of California, Irvine: Mens Volleyball; University of Colorado, Boulder: Mens Cross Country; University of Kansas: Womens Outdoor Track and Field; University of Minnesota: Womens Hockey; University of North Carolina: Womens Lacrosse; University of North Carolina: Womens Soccer; University of Oklahoma: Softball; University of Southern California: Mens Water Polo; University of Southern California: Womens Water Polo; University of Virginia: Mens Tennis; West Virginia University: Rifle; Yale University: Mens Hockey. Media wishing to cover this event must RSVP. Press holding White House hard passes must send their name, media outlet, phone, and email, to email@example.com, by Sunday, March 9, at 3:00PM ET, with the subject line "NCAA Champions.
Notes: Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jay Carney. 12 p.m.
VICE PRESIDENT BIDEN
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Vice president's press office: 202-456-0373.
THE VICE PRESIDENT'S SCHEDULE — The Vice President and Dr. Biden will arrive in Santiago on Sunday, March 9th, and return to Washington, DC, on Wednesday, March 12th.
In the morning, the Vice President will travel to the Diplomatic Academy. The Vice Presidents arrival to and departure from the Diplomatic Academy are open press.
9:30 AM LOCAL TIME/8:30 AM ET, the Vice President will meet with President-elect Michelle Bachelet. This meeting is closed press.
Afterwards, the Vice President will travel to the Presidential Palace. The Vice Presidents arrival to and departure from the Presidential Palace are pooled press.
10:30 AM LOCAL TIME/9:30 AM ET, the Vice President will meet with President Sebastian Piqera. There will be a pool spray at the top of this meeting.
Later, the Vice President will meet with U.S. Embassy staff and families in Santiago. This event is closed press.
7:00 PM LOCAL TIME/6:00 PM ET, the Vice President will meet with President Ollanta Humala of Peru at the Sheraton Santiago. There will be a pool spray at the top of this meeting.
Afterwards, the Vice President and Dr. Biden will travel to the Presidential Palace. The Vice President and Dr. Bidens arrival to and departure from the Presidential Palace are open press.
8:15 PM LOCAL TIME/7:15 PM ET, the Vice President and Dr. Biden will attend a dinner hosted by President Pinera. This event is closed press.
Dr. Jill Biden:
12:00 PM LOCAL TIME/11:00 AM ET, Dr. Biden will visit and tour the Museo de la Memoria y los Derechos Humanos (Museum of Memory and Human Rights). Inaugurated in 2010 by Chilean President Michelle Bachelet during her first term as part of the Chilean Bicentennial project, the museum is dedicated to memorializing the victims of human rights abuses committed under the countrys military regime between 1973 and 1990, as well as promoting human rights through education and outreach activities. Dr. Bidens visit will be OPEN PRESS - RSVP to ensure access. Contact Mary Sue Fields at FieldsMS@state.gov for more information.
SUPREME COURT — The Supreme Court will issue orders and opinions.
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