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Philip A. Cooney, the former White House staff member who repeatedly revised government scientific reports on global warming, will go to work for Exxon Mobil this fall, the oil company said yesterday. . . . A former lawyer and lobbyist with the American Petroleum Institute, the main lobbying group for the oil industry, Mr. Cooney has no scientific training. . . . "Phil Cooney did a great job," said Dana Perino, a deputy spokeswoman for the White House. [New York Times, 6/15/05]

Wednesday, June 15, 2005

BUSH in Washington DC, 10:55 pm: THE PRESIDENT makes remarks on Energy; Ronald Reagan Building and International; Trade Center | Washington, DC, OPEN PRESS [White House, 6/10/05]

BUSH in Washington DC, 7:00 pm: THE PRESIDENT attends the Congressional Picnic

Reception, South Lawn, The White House, POOL FOR REMARKS ONLY [White House, 6/10/05]

BUSH in Washington DC, 7:45 pm: THE PRESIDENT attends the Congressional Picnic Performance; South Lawn, The White House; POOL FOR REMARKS ONLY [White House, 6/10/05]

*NEW: ROVE in Washington DC: Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Ken Mehlman will join

Republican nominees for governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general for events in Richmond, Norfolk, and Sterling, Virginia today, June 15, 2005.

9:15 a.m. - 10:00 a.m., Republican Party of Virginia Headquarters, 115 East Grace Street, Richmond, VA

11:15 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., Hilton Norfolk Airport, 1500 North Military Highway, Norfolk, VA

1:00 p.m. - 1:45 p.m., Piedmont Hawthorne Aviation, 23411 Autopilot Drive, Sterling, VA

[RNC, 6/15/05]

Thursday, June 16, 2005

BUSH in Washington DC, 8:30 am: THE PRESIDENT makes remarks at the National Hispanic

Prayer Breakfast; Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium | Washington, DC, OPEN PRESS [White House, 6/10/05]

BUSH in Washington DC, 1:15 pm: THE PRESIDENT makes remarks on Medicare Department of Health and Human Services | Washington, DC, OPEN PRESS [White House, 6/10/05]

ASHCROFT in Davenport, IA: Ex-AG John Ashcroft will headline an IA GOP fund-raiser in Davenport on 6/16 (Quad-City Times). He said of his visit: "I want to make it clear I'm not running" for president (Des Moines Register). [Quad-City Times, 6/2/05]

GINGRICH in DE: Newt Gingrich keynotes the Delaware Republican Party's 2nd annual Pete du Pont award dinner [ABC News, 6/10/05]

*NEW: RICE in Washington DC: India is sending its national security advisor M K Narayanan to the United States on June 16 to lay the ground for the coming US visit by Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, reported The Indian Express Monday. Narayanan will be in Washington DC till June 20 and is expected to meet US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, Energy Secretary Samuel Bodman, and chief economic advisor to President George Bush, Alan Hubbard. [Islamic Republic News Agency, 6/13/05]

Friday, June 17, 2005
McCAIN in Evanston, IL: Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) delivers commencement address at Northwestern University [ABC News, 3/25/05]

BUSH in Maple Grove, Minnesota, 10:40 am: THE PRESIDENT participates in a visit to the Senior Center at Maple Grove Community Center, Maple Grove, Minnesota, POOL COVERAGE [White House, 6/10/05]

Bush In Maple Grove, MN, 11:10 am: THE PRESIDENT participates in a conversation on

Medicare, Maple Grove Community Center | Maple Grove, Minnesota, OPEN PRESS [White House, 6/10/05]

RICE in Middle East and Europe: Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will travel to the Middle East and Europe from June 17-23, 2005. Secretary Rice will visit Ramallah, Jerusalem, Jordan, Egypt and Saudi Arabia to discuss regional peacemaking efforts, support for democracy and reform throughout the region, and counter terrorism. The Secretary will then travel to Brussels for the International Conference on Iraq, where representatives from over 80 nations and international organizations will come together in support of the Iraqi Transitional Government and its effort to build a free, democratic, and prosperous Iraq. The Secretary will proceed to London for the Ministerial Meeting of the G-8 in preparation for the July G-8 Summit. [Department of State, 6/13/05]

Tuesday, June 21, 2005

BUSH in Washington DC: President Bush will welcome Prime Minister Phan Van Khai of Vietnam to the White House on June 21. The visit marks the tenth anniversary of the normalization of diplomatic ties in 1995 between the United States and Vietnam. Prime Minister Khai will be the most senior Vietnamese official to visit Washington since that time. The two leaders will discuss ways to further strengthen cooperation on a range of bilateral, regional and international issues. This meeting is particularly timely in light of Vietnam's hosting of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) meetings in 2006. [White House, 5/27/05]

*NEW: ROVE in New Jersey: State Republican chairman Tom Wilson said. Karl Rove, President George W. Bush's top adviser, will be in the Garden State on June 21 for two fundraisers, White House spokesman Ken Lisaius said. [Bloomberg, 6/7/05]

Saturday, June 25, 2005

ALLEN in Manchester, NH: Virginia Sen. George Allen will be the featured speaker at a luncheon for the Federation of Republican Women arranged for June 25 at the Center of New Hampshire Radisson Hotel in Manchester. [New Hampshire Union Leader, 6/9/05]

Monday, June 27, 2005

BUSH in Washington DC: The President will welcome German Chancellor Gerhard Schr

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