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The presidential week ahead.........

THE WHITE HOUSE

Office of the Press Secretary

________________________________________________________________________

For Immediate Release May 29, 2006

This Information Subject To Change

THE WEEK AHEAD

Tuesday, May 30, 2006 | Friday, June 2, 2006

Tuesday, May 30

11:05 am THE PRESIDENT participates in a Credentials Ceremony for the Ambassador of Iraq to the United States

Oval Office, The White House

POOL COVERAGE

Wednesday, May 31

10:50 am THE PRESIDENT meets with the President of Rwanda

Oval Office, The White House

POOL AT BOTTOM

1:50 pm THE PRESIDENT participates in a Swearing-in Ceremony

for the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency

CIA Headquarters | Langley, Virginia

OPEN PRESS

6:05 pm THE PRESIDENT attends Maryland Victory 2006 Reception

BWI Airport Marriott | Baltimore, Maryland

POOL FOR CAMERAS; OPEN FOR CORRESPONDENTS

Thursday, June 1

8:50 am THE PRESIDENT makes Remarks on Comprehensive Immigration

Reform

United States Chamber of Commerce | Washington, DC

OPEN PRESS

10:15 am THE PRESIDENT meets with his Cabinet

Cabinet Room, The White House

POOL AT BOTTOM

11:20 am THE PRESIDENT participates in a Swearing-in Ceremony for the

Secretary of The Interior

EEOB - Room 450, The White House

TBD PRESS

1:05 pm THE PRESIDENT participates in Swearing-in Ceremony for Brett

Kavanaugh to the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals

for the District of Columbia

Rose Garden, The White House

OPEN PRESS

Friday, June 2

1:45 pm THE PRESIDENT participates in a Photo Opportunity and makes Remarks to the Pittsburgh Steelers

South Lawn, The White House

OPEN PRESS

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