Where does the congress meet?
The capital building, in Washington D.C.
The congress of the United States of America meets in the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C.b
They don't. They meet at the Capitol. Congress meets in the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C. The White House is where the President and his (or her) staff meet. When the President wants to talk to the entire Congress, he goes to the Capitol Building. When the President wants to meet with a few members of Congress, it is usually done in the Oval Office of the White House. The President lives in the White…
Sessions in Congress begin in different times. In order for congress to have a session, they must have something to talk about, therefore congress meets when there is something to talk about. Even though there may be something to talk about, they will not always meet, they wait for a little bit and then they meet; part of protocol. Similar to the great American Frontier, Congress is quite the same.
No. The President can not force Congress to meet anyone. He may ask if Congress want to meet some visiting foreign dignitary Various public figures have addressed the Congress with their permission. Congress is more interested in heads of state than ambassadors. The ambassadors mostly work with the secretary of state and the state department.