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Bush: Marks Greek Independence Day, travels to Pa., Ind. to headline funders. Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo to the White House next week.

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President Bush on the road today.

President Bush will welcome President Olusegun Obasanjo of the Federal Republic of Nigeria to the White House on March 29, 2006.

PRESS SCHEDULE OF THE PRESIDENT FOR FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 2006

Intown Travel Pool

Wires: AP, Reuters, Bloomberg

Wire Photos: AP, Reuters, AFP

TV Corr & Crew: CBS

Print: Financial Times

Radio: SRN

Magazine Photo: Time

Independent Pool: C-SPAN

8:00 am INTOWN TRAVEL POOL gathers in the Brady Briefing Room

EST

9:45 am THE PRESIDENT makes Remarks at a Celebration of Greek

Independence Day

EEOB – Room 450, The White House

OPEN PRESS

(Pre-set: 8:00 am; final call 9:15 am)

11:40 am THE PRESIDENT departs The White House via Marine One

South Lawn, The White House

OPEN PRESS

(Pre-set: 11:10 am)

2:20 pm THE PRESIDENT attends a Mike Sodrel For Congress and Indiana Victory 2006 Reception

The Murat Centre | Indianapolis, Indiana

POOL FOR CAMERAS; OPEN FOR CORRESPONDENTS

6:05 pm THE PRESIDENT attends a Santorum 2006 Reception

Private Residence | Sewickley Heights, Pennsylvania

CLOSED PRESS

8:50 pm THE PRESIDENT arrives The White House via Marine One

South Lawn, The White House

OPEN PRESS

(Pre-set: 7:50 pm)

Briefing Schedule:

9:15 am: Gaggle by the Press Secretary in the Brady Briefing Room

There will be no briefing

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