at expedia headquarters in bellevue, washington, 11:00 a.m. on wall street, and "squawk alley" is live. good morning. welcome to "squawk alley." no tape this morning, but jon fortt, sara eisen and myself here at post 9. market, as sara just said, record highs across the board. dow up 75, awfully close to session highs. we're about an hour away from the president's first face-to-face meeting with japan prime minister shinzo abe at the white house, as the administration deals with the fallout from last night's appeals court decision over that immigration order. a new phone call between the president and the president of china. our eamon javers covering all of this outside the white house today. hey, eamon. >> reporter: good morning, carl. they are ready to go here at the white house. as you can see behind me, the honor guard, all five branches of the u.s. military in position here to welcome the japanese prime minister, who we're expecting to drive down this driveway here at the white house in just a few moments. the prime minister was at the u.
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