Date: June 13, 1924
Location: Washington, D.C.
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I haven’t any plans about my notification. I have assumed that it would take place here at the White House, and I don’t know anything about what the date will be. My recollection is that four years ago it was about the 20th of July. I should think it would be in that vicinity.
I cannot make any comment about the platform or the nominee for Vice President, other than to say that both of them are most satisfactory to me, and I am very much pleased.
I haven’t made any plans yet for a summer vacation. As I have indicated before, I will do the best I can to arrange one for you.
This other question is about notification, to which I have already referred.
Mr. President, anything in the Cabinet this morning?
Yes, Secretary Hughes was there, and Secretaries Hoover and Wallace, and the Attorney General. But there
was no business.
Mr. President, on behalf of the boys here, I would like to congratulate you on your splendid work.
Citation: Calvin Coolidge: Remarks by the President to Newspaper Correspondents
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