Timeline of the Donald Trump presidency (2019 Q2)

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The following is a timeline of the presidency of Donald Trump during the second quarter of 2019. To navigate quarters, see Timeline of the Donald Trump presidency.


Public opinion[edit]


April 2019[edit]

Date Events Photos/Videos

Week 114[edit]

Monday, April 1
Tuesday, April 2
President Trump and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg
Wednesday, April 3
Thursday, April 4
  • President Trump threatens to close the US-Mexico border within one year if Mexico does not stop the "massive amounts of drugs" coming into the United States.[2]
Friday, April 5
President Trump with U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer
Saturday, April 6
President Trump speaks to members of Republican Jewish Coalition
Sunday, April 7

Week 115[edit]

Monday, April 8
Tuesday, April 9
President Trump and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi
Wednesday, April 10
Thursday, April 11
President Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-in
Friday, April 12
  • President Trump confirms reports that he is considering the release of detained undocumented immigrants into "sanctuary cities".[14]
  • Linda McMahon's resignation becomes effective as head of the Small Business Administration. President Trump made the original announcement on March 29, 2019.[15]
Saturday, April 13
Sunday, April 14

Week 116[edit]

Monday, April 15
  • Attorney General William Barr issues an order directing immigration judges to deny posting of bail by asylum seekers. [16]
Tuesday, April 16
  • President Trump uses the second veto of his Administration on a bipartisan resolution to end American involvement in the military campaign in Yemen. Congress had earlier voted to invoke the War Powers Act of 1973.[17]
Wednesday, April 17
Thursday, April 18
  • Attorney General William Barr and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein hold a press conference on the Mueller Report and, soon after, release it to Congress and the American public.[18]
Friday, April 19
Saturday, April 20
Sunday, April 21

Week 117[edit]

Monday, April 22
President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump attend the White House Easter Egg Roll
Tuesday, April 23
Wednesday, April 24
Thursday, April 25
Friday, April 26
President Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe
Saturday, April 27
President Trump speaking to supporters at a rally in Green Bay, Wisconsin
Sunday, April 28

Week 118[edit]

Monday, April 29
Tuesday, April 30

May 2019[edit]

Date Events Photos/Videos

Week 118[edit]

Wednesday, May 1
Thursday, May 2
President Trump speaks at the National Day of Prayer service in the Rose Garden
Friday, May 3
President Trump and Slovak Prime Minister Peter Pellegrini
Saturday, May 4
Sunday, May 5

Week 119[edit]

Monday, May 6
  • President Trump presents the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy to the Army Black Knights.[35][36]
  • President Trump presents the Presidential Medal of Freedom to golfer Tiger Woods.[37]
  • Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin fails to meet the House Ways and Means Committee deadline to provide President Trump's tax returns. [38]
President Trump poses for a photo with members of the Army Black Knights
Tuesday, May 7
Wednesday, May 8
President Trump speaking to supporters at a rally in Panama City Beach, Florida.
Thursday, May 9
President Trump and some Boston Red Sox players
Friday, May 10
  • The Trump Administration raises tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese imports.[45]
  • House Ways and Means Committee chairman Richard Neal subpoenas the Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service for the tax returns of President Trump.[46]
Saturday, May 11
  • Effective day of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein's resignation.[47]
Sunday, May 12

Week 120[edit]

Monday, May 13
Tuesday, May 14
  • President Trump visits Cameron LNG Export Facility.[49]
President Trump speaks to the workers at the Cameron LNG Export Facility in Hackberry, Louisiana
Wednesday, May 15
Thursday, May 16
President Trump and Swiss President Ueli Maurer
Friday, May 17
  • President Trump speaks at the National Association of REALTORS Legislative Meetings and Trade Expo.[53]
  • The Trump administration rejects a Democratic subpoena by the House of Representatives for President Trump's tax returns.[54]
President Trump speaks at the Legislative Meetings and Trade Expo in Washington, D.C.
Saturday, May 18
Sunday, May 19

Week 121[edit]

Monday, May 20
  • A federal judge from the DC District Court denies President Trump’s bid to quash a House Oversight Committee subpoena for years of his financial records from his accounting firm. The judge also declined a request by the president’s lawyers to stay his order pending their appeal. [55]
  • The Department of Justice moves to block former White House counsel Don McGahn from testifying to Congress about the Mueller report citing the separation of powers.[56]
  • President Trump holds a rally in Montoursville, Pennsylvania.[57]
President Trump speaking to supporters at a rally in Montoursville, Pennsylvania.
Tuesday, May 21
Wednesday, May 22
  • President Trump leaves a meeting on infrastructure with senior Democrats after only three minutes. Shortly afterwards, President Trump holds a surprise press conference in the Rose Garden.[58]
President Trump speaking in Rose Garden after the meeting with Congressional Democrats.
Thursday, May 23
Friday, May 24
  • President Trump travels to Japan aboard Air Force One for a four day state visit.[59]
Saturday, May 25
  • President Trump arrives in Tokyo, Japan.[60]
  • The New York Times reported the White House never followed through with stripping John Brennan of his security clearance, as Trump had asserted he had on August 15, 2018.[61]
Sunday, May 26
  • President Trump meets with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe at Mobara Country Club.[62]
  • President Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe attend a sumo tournament.[63]
President Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe at Mobara Country Club

Week 122[edit]

Monday, May 27
President Trump and Emperor Naruhito at the Tokyo Imperial Palace
Tuesday, May 28
President aboard the USS Wasp
Wednesday, May 29
  • Robert Mueller announces his resignation as Special Counsel in a press conference and speaks publicly about his report.[69]
Thursday, May 30
President Trump delivers the commencement address
Friday, May 31

June 2019[edit]

Date Events Photos/Videos

Week 122[edit]

Saturday, June 1
  • President Trump announces via tweet that White House counsel Emmet Flood will be leaving his post on June 14.[71]
Sunday, June 2
  • President Trump delivers an evening speech at the Ford's Theater's annual fundraising gala. [72]
  • President Trump travels to the United Kingdom aboard Air Force One for a three day state visit.[73]
President Trump at the Ford's Theater

Week 123[edit]

Monday, June 3
President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump with Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace
Tuesday, June 4
President Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May at 10 Downing Street
Wednesday, June 5
President Trump with Macron, May, Merkel and other world leaders marks the 75th anniversary of D-Day
Thursday, June 6
President Trump delivers remarks at the 75th Commemoration of D-Day
Friday, June 7
  • President Trump drops threats of tariffs against Mexico after the United States reaches a deal with Mexico over Latin American immigration.[90][91][92]
Saturday, June 8
Sunday, June 9

Week 124[edit]

Monday, June 10
President Trump poses for a photo with members of the 103rd Indianapolis 500 Champion Team
Tuesday, June 11
  • President Trump visits Southwest Iowa Renewable Energy Facility.[94]
President Trump speaks to the workers at the Southwest Iowa Renewable Energy Facility in West Des Moines, Iowa
Wednesday, June 12
President Trump and Polish President Andrzej Duda
Thursday, June 13
Friday, June 14
Saturday, June 15
Sunday, June 16

Week 125[edit]

Monday, June 17
Tuesday, June 18
  • President Trump holds a rally and formally launches his 2020 reelection campaign in Orlando, Florida.During the rally President Trump vowed if "elected to a second term we will cure cancer and ends AIDS' and "come up with the cures to many, many problems, to many, many diseases".[100]
  • President Trump withdraws the nomination of Patrick Shanahan to be Secretary of Defense and names Mark Esper as his replacement.[101]
President Trump announced his 2020 presidential re-election in Orlando, Florida.
Wednesday, June 19
  • President Trump presents the Presidential Medal of Freedom to economist Arthur Laffer.[102]
  • EPA administrator Andrew Wheeler announces a roll-back of the Clean Power Plan. States will now be allowed to set their own carbon emissions standards for coal-fired power plants. EPA authority on carbon emissions will be limited going forward.[103]
President Trump awards Arthur Laffer with the Presidential Medal of Freedom
Thursday, June 20
President Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
Friday, June 21
  • President Trump warns Iran after its Revolutionary Guard acknowledges shooting down an American drone in the Strait of Hormuz. Iran claims the drone "violated Iranian airspace", while U.S. military claims the drone was shot down over "international airspace" and the action was "an unprovoked attack on a U.S. surveillance asset". [105][106][107][108]
  • President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump hosts the second congressional picnic in the White House South Lawn.[109]
Saturday, June 22
  • President Trump announces that he will delay ICE raids on immigrants by two weeks to allow Congress to develop a solution for the U.S.-Mexico border problem. [110]
Sunday, June 23

Week 126[edit]

Monday, June 24
Tuesday, June 25
Wednesday, June 26
Thursday, June 27
Friday, June 28
Saturday, June 29
Sunday, June 30

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  107. ^ @realDonaldTrump (June 21, 2019). "On Monday they shot down an unmanned drone flying in International Waters. We were cocked & loaded to retaliate last night on 3 different sights when I asked, how many will die. 150 people, sir, was the answer from a General. 10 minutes before the strike I stopped it, not..." (Tweet). Retrieved June 21, 2019 – via Twitter.
  108. ^ @realDonaldTrump (June 21, 2019). "....proportionate to shooting down an unmanned drone. I am in no hurry, our Military is rebuilt, new, and ready to go, by far the best in the world. Sanctions are biting & more added last night. Iran can NEVER have Nuclear Weapons, not against the USA, and not against the WORLD!" (Tweet). Retrieved June 21, 2019 – via Twitter.
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