Tue, Feb. 27, 2018: Trump meets with GOP on renewable fuel, trade

11:00 am: Meets with Republican members of the Senate on renewable fuel standards

Noon: Receives the Boy Scouts of America Report to the Nation

2:45 pm: Meets with Republican members of the House of Representatives about trade; Cabinet Room

4:00 pm: Makes an announcement regarding additional leadership in the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities

Mon, Feb. 26, 2018: Trump meets with nation’s governors, Agriculture, EPA heads

10:40 am: Hosts the 2018 White House Business Session with the nation’s governors; State Floor

11:45 am: Receives his daily intelligence briefing

12:30 pm: Has lunch with Vice President Pence, Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue, and EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt; Roosevelt Room

2:30 pm: Meets with credit union representatives; Roosevelt Room

3:15 pm: Meets with Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee Kevin Brady

Trump issues statement on passing of Billy Graham

Melania and I join millions of people around the world in mourning the passing of Billy Graham. Our prayers are with his children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and all who worked closely with Reverend Graham in his lifelong ministry.

Billy’s acceptance of Jesus Christ around his seventeenth birthday not only changed his life—it changed our country and the world. He was one of the towering figures of the last 100 years—an American hero whose life and leadership truly earned him the title “God’s Ambassador.”

Billy’s unshakeable belief in the power of God’s word to transform hearts gave hope to all who listened to his simple message: “God loves you.” He carried this message around the world through his crusades, bringing entire generations to faith in Jesus Christ.

In the wake of the September 11th attacks in 2001, America turned to Billy Graham at the National Cathedral, who told us, “God can be trusted, even when life seems at its darkest.”

Reverend Graham would be the first to say that he did not do it alone. Before her passing, his wife Ruth was by his side through it all—a true partner, a wonderful mother, and a fellow missionary soul. He also built an international team and institution that will continue to carry on Christ’s message.

Melania and I were privileged to get to know Reverend Graham and his extraordinary family over the last several years, and we are deeply grateful for their love and support.

Billy Graham was truly one of a kind. Christians and people of all faiths and backgrounds will miss him dearly. We are thinking of him today, finally at home in Heaven.

–The White House