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President Bush meets with his Cabinet tomorrow and then hits the campaign trail on Thursday and Friday. In Atlanta on Thursday, President Bush delivers the third speech in his current series on "The Global War on Terror" and attends a Max Burns for Congress reception. (He'll also spend some time on Thursday with ABC News' Charles Gibson for an exclusive interview with behind-the-scenes access and a look at President Bush on that mother-of-all-incumbent-advantages, Air Force One. Tune into "World News with Charles Gibson" on Thursday to catch it all.)

On Friday, President Bush heads to Clarkston, MI and Kansas City, MO for two closed fundraisers at private residences for Senate candidates Mike Bouchard (R-MI) and Sen. Jim Talent (R-MO), respectively.

President and Mrs. Bush travel to New York City on Sunday to begin a series of events commemorating the fifth anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks.

Former President Bill Clinton is also on the campaign trail this week. Clinton campaigns with Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ) tomorrow in Elizabeth, NJ, gubernatorial candidate Mike Beebe (D-AR) in Little Rock, AR on Thursday, and Senate candidate Claire McCaskill (D-MO) on Saturday in St. Louis, MO.

Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger holds a fundraising event for New York Senate candidate KT McFarland (R-NY) in New York City tomorrow.

On Thursday, Sen. Joe Biden (D-DE) delivers a "major address on rethinking America's future security" at the National Press Club in Washington, DC and then takes his show on the road to New Hampshire on Friday.

Sen. Chris Dodd (D-CT) travels to Iowa for his inaugural Hawkeye State trip of the cycle on Friday.

Sen. John Kerry (D-MA) delivers what his aides are billing as a "major address on national security" on Saturday in his favorite venue, Faneuil Hall in Boston, MA.

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