WATCH LIVE: Trump Holds Joint News Conference With Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven
President Donald Trump will hold a joint news conference Tuesday at the White House with Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven. The event is scheduled to begin at 3:30 p.m. ET.
During his talk with the prime minister, Trump is expected to discuss growth, innovation, and job creation — according to a release put out by the Swedish government.
“Our relations with the United States are important, both for our economy and our security,” Löfven said in the release. “Through our broad cooperation we create growth and security for our citizens.”
As is custom during these joint press conferences with fellow world leaders, Trump is expected to take two questions from American journalists — and there are a host of topics on the table for them to potentially address.
The president, as of this writing, has not publicly addressed the wild media blitz on Monday by his former campaign aide Sam Nunberg — who called Trump an “idiot” during one of his many cable news stops. The former camapign aide also suggested that Trump “may have done something” leading up to the election as it relates to collusion with the Russians.
Other potential topics include; the latest on DACA, possible talks with North Korea, and the president’s announced steel tariffs.
Watch above, via the White House.
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