Politics

White House Day Ahead; Immigration is Front and Center

With the prospects of immigration legislation passing this year becoming dubious, President Obama is hanging its success or failure on Republicans. Mr. Obama will take the stage at American University in Washington to talk about the changes he'd like to see in how the nation deals with illegal immigrants. He'll say he can't do it without the help of Republicans, but most aren't keen to jump on board Mr. Obama's plan.

Meanwhile, the feud between the President and Arizona Governor Jan Brewer over that state's tough, new immigration law has grown as the two can't even seem to agree on the resources needed to combat the problem.

The White House will also share the latest federal efforts in combating the oil spill in the Gulf when National Incident Commander Admiral Thad Allen joins in on the daily briefing.

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President Obama's public schedule Thursday:

10:50am Delivers a speech on what the White House calls "comprehensive immigration reform" [foxlivestream]

1:30pm Press Briefing by Press Secretary Robert Gibbs, National Incident Commander Admiral Thad Allen and Assistant to the President for Energy and Climate Change Carol Browner [foxlivestream]

4:20pm Welcomes the Women's Professional Soccer Champions Sky Blue FC Champions to the White House

6:15PM Signs the Iran Sanctions Bill

Vice President Biden's public schedule:

The Vice President will attend a service for the late-Senator Robert C. Byrd at the U.S. Capitol.