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Where can we find Bush and administration officials in order to ask them about the Downing Street Minutes, or even to organize peaceful non-violent protests? Check the schedule below!
Monday, June 6, 2005
BUSH in Fort Lauderdale, FL, 11:45 am: THE PRESIDENT makes remarks at the Opening of the Organization of American States General Assembly, Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, OPEN PRESS [White House, 5/27/05]
BUSH in Washington DC, 5:00 pm: THE PRESIDENT makes remarks at the White House Black Music Month Reception, South Lawn, The White House OPEN PRESS [White House, 5/27/05]
McCAIN in Macomb Township, MI at 6:00 PM: Macomb County GOP Lincoln Day Dinner with Sen. John McCain, Wolverine Banquet Center, 17201 25 Mile Rd., Macomb Township. [MI GOP]
WATTS in New Hampshire: Manchester Union-Leader's DiStaso reports that ex-OK Rep. J.C. Watts (R) is scheduled to headline a fundraiser fo the House GOP Victory PAC on 6/1 in Concord. PAC Chair, state Rep. Michael Whalley (R), noted that the PAC "will benefit every Republican who is on the November ballot. It doesn't matter who they are and what they stand for" (5/19). [Hotline, 5/19/05]
Tuesday, June 7, 2005
BUSH in Washington DC: The White House also announced the President will host British Prime Minister Blair on June 7th. A spokesman said the two will discuss Iraq and Afghanistan, weapons proliferation and security issues in the Middle East. [The Morning Grind, 6/1/05]
Wednesday, June 8, 2005
BUSH in Washington DC: President Bush will welcome Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan to the White House on June 8, 2005. This meeting will provide an opportunity to invigorate U.S.-Turkish cooperation with respect to Turkey's European Union aspirations, and to strengthen our work together to advance freedom in Iraq and the Broader Middle East, Central Asia, and the Caucasus. [White House Release, 5/24/05]
BUSH in Washington DC: The President will welcome Republic of Korea President Roh Moo-hyun to the White House for a meeting and working lunch on June 10, 2005. The Republic of Korea has been a strong ally and partner in advancing freedom and promoting prosperity in Asia and beyond. The Republic of Korea has played a leading role in the international effort to assist the Iraqi people with security, training, and reconstruction, and now maintains the third largest contingent of forces in Iraq. The two leaders intend to discuss bilateral alliance issues and the way forward on North Korea. [White House, 5/24/05]
Saturday, June 11, 2005
*NEW: ROVE in California, 11am: President Bush's senior adviser and deputy chief of staff will present a lecture during an upcoming visit to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley. The event with Karl Rove -- who oversees the development of policy, strategic planning, political affairs, public liaison and intergovernmental affairs for the White House -- is set for 11 a.m. June 11. Tickets are $150 per person and include lunch following the lecture. For reservations, call 522-2977. Tickets will be sold through Wednesday. http://www.venturacountystar.com/vcs/sv/article/0,1375,VCS_239_3827685,0...
Monday, June 13, 2005
THUNE in New York, NY at 12:00 PM: Heartland Values PAC hosts Honorary Chairman Senator John Thune in his first fundraising visit to NYC, Grand Hyatt Hotel, Park Avenue at Grand Central Station. [SD Sources]
Tuesday, June 14, 2005
BUSH in Washington, DC: Bush "will be the keynote speaker at the June 14 event, which will be held at the Washington Convention Center and is organized jointly by the NRCC and the" NRSC. [The Hill, 5/4/05]
BUSH in Pennsylvania: Pres. Bush will appear at a 6/14 fundraiser in Bryn Mawr for Sen. Rick Santorum (R-PA) located at 726 Williamson Rd from 11 am to 1 pm. [Philadelphia Inquirer, 6/2/05; Democratic sources].
Thursday, June 16, 2005
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]
Friday, June 17, 2005
McCAIN in Evanston, IL: Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) delivers commencement address at Northwestern University [ABC News, 3/25/05]
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]
Monday, June 27, 2005
BUSH in Washington DC: The President will welcome German Chancellor Gerhard Schr�der to the White House for a meeting and working lunch on June 27, 2005. Germany is a strong ally and partner of the United States, working with us to advance freedom and reform, promote prosperity and development, and counter
terrorism and proliferation around the world. Germany has played a leading role in the international effort to assist the Afghan people with security, developing the police, and reconstructing their nation. [White House Press Briefing, 5/20/05]
July 6, 2005
BUSH in Denmark: President Bush will travel to Denmark prior to his participation in the Group of Eight (G-8) Summit in Gleneagles, Scotland in the United Kingdom. The President's bilateral program in Denmark will take place on July 6, 2005. Denmark is a close friend and ally of the United States, and Prime Minister Rasmussen is a strong proponent of effective transatlantic cooperation. [White House, 5/25/05]
July 18, 2005
*NEW: BUSH in Washington DC: President Bush will welcome Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to the White House on July 18. The visit marks the next stage in the expanding and deepening U.S.-India relationship, building on the recent high-level exchanges and initiatives between the two governments. The two leaders will touch on all aspects of U.S.-India cooperation including economic, energy, and strategic elements. [White House, 6/3/05]