Timeline of the Donald Trump presidency (2019 Q3)

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


Public opinion[edit]


July 2019[edit]

Date Events Photos/Videos

Week 127[edit]

Monday, July 1
Tuesday, July 2
Federal Reserve Governors meeting, April 2019
Wednesday, July 3
Thursday, July 4
  • President Trump hosts military personnel and their families for a picnic and fireworks show at the White House as part of Independence Day celebrations.[5]
  • President Trump's Salute to America occurs on Independence Day in Washington, D.C., in addition to other events.[6]
President Trump speaks at the Salute to America event
Friday, July 5
Saturday, July 6
Sunday, July 7

Week 128[edit]

Monday, July 8
Tuesday, July 9
President Trump and Emir Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani of Qatar
Wednesday, July 10
Thursday, July 11
  • President Trump speaks to attendees at the President's Social Media Summit.[9]
Friday, July 12
President Trump delivers a statement upon the departure of Alexander Acosta on July 12
Saturday, July 13
Sunday, July 14
  • President Trump tweets that progressive Democratic congresswomen should "go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came", drawing widespread criticism, even from some Republicans.[14][15][16][17]

Week 129[edit]

Monday, July 15
  • President Trump launches "Made in America Week" at the White House by showcasing products made in all fifty states.[18][19]
President Trump delivers remarks at the Made in America Product Showcase
Tuesday, July 16
  • President Trump denies that his previous tweets made towards several Democratic congresswomen were in any way racist.[20][21][22]
Wednesday, July 17
President Trump speaks to supporters at a rally in Greenville, North Carolina
Thursday, July 18
  • President Trump holds a bilateral meeting with Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte at the White House.[27]
  • President Trump claims he did in fact try to stop the crowds chants and "was unhappy" with the chants of "send her back" from his supporters during the Greensville rally on July 17.[28]
President Trump and Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte
Friday, July 19
President Trump with Mike Pence, Jim Bridenstine, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins
Saturday, July 20
Sunday, July 21

Week 130[edit]

Monday, July 22
President Trump and Pakistani prime minister Imran Khan
Tuesday, July 23
President Trump participates in the swearing-in of Secretary of Defense Mark Esper
Wednesday, July 24
Thursday, July 25
Friday, July 26
Saturday, July 27
Sunday, July 28

Week 131[edit]

Monday, July 29
President Trump signs H.R. 1327, the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund
Tuesday, July 30
Wednesday, July 31
President Trump and Mongolian president Khaltmaagiin Battulga

August 2019[edit]

Date Events Photos/Videos

Week 131[edit]

Thursday, August 1
Friday, August 2
President Trump makes an announcement on European Union trade
Saturday, August 3
Sunday, August 4
  • A mass shooting occurs in the Oregon District of Dayton, Ohio, at 1:00 a.m.—less than 24 hours after the El Paso shootings—leaving nine dead and at least 27 injured. The gunman, Connor Stephen Betts, is killed at the scene attempting to enter the Ned Peppers Bar.[55][56]
  • Speaking from his golf resort in Bedminster, New Jersey, President Trump declares "hate has no place in our country" and suggests that mental illness played a role in both shootings.[57]

Week 132[edit]

Monday, August 5
  • President Trump addresses the nation in regards to the mass shootings in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, offering his condolences to the victims and their families.[58]
President Trump addresses the nation following the El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, mass shootings
Tuesday, August 6
Wednesday, August 7
President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump meet a Dayton mass shooting victim
Thursday, August 8
Friday, August 9
Saturday, August 10
Sunday, August 11

Week 133[edit]

Monday, August 12
  • The Trump administration announces a new immigration policy designed to limit the number of green card applicants from legal migrants.[62][63]
Tuesday, August 13
President Trump speaks to workers at the Shell Pennsylvania Petrochemicals Complex in Monaca, Pennsylvania
Wednesday, August 14
Thursday, August 15
Friday, August 16
  • President Trump expresses interest in purchasing Greenland from Denmark. Both Danish and Greenlandic officials reject the proposal.[67]
Saturday, August 17
Sunday, August 18

Week 134[edit]

Monday, August 19
Tuesday, August 20
  • President Trump holds a bilateral meeting with Romanian president Klaus Iohannis at the White House.[68]
  • President Trump asserts that any Jew who votes for a Democrat is either, "disloyal or unintelligent".[69]
President Trump and Romanian president Klaus Iohannis
Wednesday, August 21
  • President Trump proclaims "I am the chosen one" to reporters at the White House.[70][71]
Thursday, August 22
  • President Trump presents the Presidential Medal of Freedom to NBA legend Bob Cousy. He also jokingly adds he would like to "give myself a Medal of Honor".[72][73]
President Trump awards the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Bob Cousy
Friday, August 23
  • President Trump asserts that he reserves the right to order U.S. companies to stop doing business with China.[74][75][76][77][78]
Saturday, August 24
President Trump and French president Emmanuel Macron during the G7 summit
Sunday, August 25
President Trump and other world leaders at the 45th G7 summit

Week 135[edit]

Monday, August 26
President Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron during the press conference after the G7 summit
Tuesday, August 27
Wednesday, August 28
  • President Trump announces a new administration rule that citizenship will no longer be automatic for children of some U.S. military members living overseas.[90]
Thursday, August 29
President Trump during establishment of the U.S. Space Command
Friday, August 30
  • President Trump tweets a high-resolution aerial image of a failed Iranian missile launch. Ankit Panda, who specializes in analyzing satellite imagery at the Federation of American Scientists, remarked "The resolution is amazingly high. I would think it's probably below well below 20 centimeters, which is much higher than anything I've ever seen," adding the image disclosed "some pretty amazing capabilities that the public simply wasn't privy to before this."[95] The image appeared to be a snapshot of a physical photograph, which a defense official said had been included in Trump's intelligence briefing that morning.[96][97] Satellite tracking analysts concluded the image was likely taken by the USA-224 reconnaissance satellite.[98][99] Some intelligence veterans expressed dismay that Trump tweeted the image,[100] which he asserted he had the "absolute right to do".[101]
Site of a sattelite launch vehicle failure in Iran
Saturday, August 31

September 2019[edit]

Date Events Photos/Videos

Week 135[edit]

Sunday, September 1

Week 136[edit]

Monday, September 2
Tuesday, September 3
Wednesday, September 4
Thursday, September 5
  • President Trump presents the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Jerry West.[107]
President Trump awards the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Jerry West
Friday, September 6
  • A report shows that the United States added 130,000 jobs in August, missing economists' expectations; the national unemployment rate remains unchanged at 3.7%.[108]
Saturday, September 7
Sunday, September 8

Week 137[edit]

Monday, September 9
President Trump with Congressman Dan Bishop at a rally in Fayetteville, North Carolina
Tuesday, September 10
Wednesday, September 11
  • President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump lay a wreath at the September 11 memorial at the Pentagon and later pay tribute to all the nearly three thousand Americans killed that day, pledging to continue to confront radical Islamic terrorism.[117]
  • The Trump administration announces that it will ban the sale of flavored e-cigarettes, in response to numerous mysterious respiratory diseases that appear to have been caused by vaping.[118]
President Trump speaks at the Pentagon on the 18th anniversary of 9/11
Thursday, September 12
Friday, September 13
Saturday, September 14
Sunday, September 15

Week 138[edit]

Monday, September 16
President Trump awards the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Mariano Rivera
Tuesday, September 17
Wednesday, September 18
President Trump at the Mexican border
Thursday, September 19
  • President Trump meets with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, in an unannounced meeting. This was the first face-to-face meeting between the two men.[129]
President Trump and Mark Zuckerberg
Friday, September 20
  • Australian prime minister Scott Morrison, accompanied by his wife, begins a state visit, his second during the Trump presidency.[130]
  • President Trump holds a bilateral meeting and joint press conference with Australian prime minister Scott Morrison at the White House.[131]
  • President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump host their second state dinner in honor of Australian prime minister Scott Morrison and his wife, Jenny.[132]
President Trump and Australian prime minister Scott Morrison
Saturday, September 21
Sunday, September 22
President Trump and Indian prime minister Narendra Modi during the Howdy, Modi event

Week 139[edit]

Monday, September 23
President Trump at the United Nations "Religious Freedom" event
Tuesday, September 24
President Trump addresses the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly
Wednesday, September 25
  • President Trump holds bilateral meetings with Japanese prime minister Shinzō Abe, Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky, and Salvadoran president Nayib Bukele at the UN General Assembly in New York City.[150][151][152]
  • A whistleblower complaint that was filed on August 12 is declassified and released to the public by a 421–0 vote in the House of Representatives. It accuses President Trump of "abus[ing] his office for personal gain" by "[soliciting] interference" from Ukraine in the 2020 election and that the White House took steps to cover it up". Michael Atkinson, the Inspector General for the Intelligence Community, had deemed the complaint "urgent and credible" and submitted it to the acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire.[153][154]
  • A release of President Trump's call with Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky shows that President Trump repeatedly pressured Zelensky to investigate Joe Biden and his son Hunter with Rudy Giuliani and Attorney General William Barr.[155]
President Trump's press conference
Thursday, September 26
  • President Trump visits the United States Mission to the United Nations.[156]
  • Acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire meets with the House Intelligence Committee to discuss the whistleblower complaint and the transcript of the phone conversation between the two presidents. Maguire supported his decision to delay informing Congress of the whistleblower document as required but instead having diverted the complaint to the Justice Department and the White House for review.[157][158]
  • The Senate confirms Eugene Scalia as the 28th U.S. secretary of labor in a vote of 53–44.[159]
  • The Administration says it plans to allow only 18,000 refugees to resettle in the United States in the 2020 fiscal year, its lowest level since the modern program began in 1980.[160][161]
Friday, September 27
President Trump and Vice President Pence commemorate Hispanic Heritage Month
Saturday, September 28
Sunday, September 29

Week 140[edit]

Monday, September 30
President Trump participates in the swearing-in of Secretary of Labor Eugene Scalia

See also[edit]


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