Although tech companies were unhappy with Trumps' move to exit the Paris environmental accord, their discontent doesn't appear to be deterring most of the industry's leaders from attending a White House summit this month. According to Bloomberg, Apple CEO Officer Tim Cook, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos, Oracle Co-CEO Safra Catz and IBM CEO Ginni Rometty are all expected to attend the meeting of the Jared Kushner-led American Technology Council. Alphabet executive chairman Eric Schmidt is also planning to go, Bloomberg said. Axios has confirmed that Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins and Intel CEO Brian Krzanich plan to attend.

An Oracle representative confirmed Catz' participation, while representatives of the other companies were not immediately available for comment.

On the fence: Facebook has yet to decide whether to send an executive, Bloomberg said.

Out: Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk warned the president he would pull out of all presidential advisory groups if Trump moved to exit Paris and confirmed after the move he would cease involvement.

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  3. Politics: Trump says he's prepared to sign executive orders on coronavirus aid.
  4. Education: Cuomo says all New York schools can reopen for in-person learning.
  5. Public health: Surgeon general urges flu shots to prevent "double whammy" with coronavirus — Massachusetts pauses reopening after uptick in coronavirus cases.
  6. World: Africa records over 1 million coronavirus cases — Gates Foundation puts $150 million behind coronavirus vaccine production.

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Why it matters: That's the same night Joe Biden's running mate (to be revealed next week) will address the nation. Clinton and Warren represent two of the most influential wise-women of Democratic politics with the potential to turn out millions of establishment and progressive voters in November.

Trump considering order on pre-existing condition protections, which already exist

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Why it matters: The Affordable Care Act already requires insurers to cover pre-existing conditions. The Trump administration is currently arguing in a case before the Supreme Court to strike down that very law — including its pre-existing condition protections.