Sneak Peek: Can You Feel the Love Tonight?

Elton John performs solo in support of Sen. Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign Wednesday night at storied Radio City Music Hall in New York.

In a rare joint appearance of late, both the senator and former President Bill Clinton are expected to be on hand for remarks at the concert/fundraiser, called "Elton and Hillary: One Night Only". One thing that's sure not to come up on the stage tomorrow night, questions that Bill might actually support the widely discussed Columbia free trade deal that his wife opposes.

But before the day breaks and the singing begins, Wednesday is poised to follow Tuesday as another day dominated by foreign policy, as the '08ers weigh in on General David Petraeus' warning that the security situation in Iraq is "fragile" and "reversible" and that significant troop withdrawal might reverse military progress.

After hours of questioning from two Senate committees on Tuesday, Petraeus and Ambassador Ryan Crocker head to the House side of the capitol for more hearings.

The discussion continues over at the White House, when President Bush meets with Congressional leaders from both parties in the mid-afternoon. The meeting comes in advance of a speech Bush's has planned for Thursday covering what he heard from Petraeus and Crocker as well as State and Defense Department experts. ABC's Martha Raddatz reports that Bush will likely announce that troop deployments will go back to 12 month tours from 15 months and reiterate Petraeus' call for a pause in the drawdown of U.S. forces in mid-July.

In other news, the Republican Governors Association announced raising $7 million in the first quarter of the year. Their rivals, the Democratic Governors Association, announced bringing in $5.7 million in the same time period. The RGA also holds a slight cash on hand advantage, with $14.65 million in the bank to $10.5 million.

Speculation that Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is interesting in the Republican vice presidential nod probably won't go away any time soon after it was reveled Ms. Rice visited a gathering of conservatives in Washington. One very influential conservative activist seemed quite impressed with idea of Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., putting Rice on the ticket. Read more about it here.

TiVo alert

If you've haven't already gotten your fix of discussion about the way forward in Iraq, here's a must-watch for you: ABC's Terry Moran has an exclusive interview with Petraeus and Crocker airing this evening on Nightline at 11:35 pm ET.

The kicker

"Is she campaigning for it? I don't know. But if she is, she's doing it the right way."

-- Anti-tax activist Grover Norquist said of Condoleezza Rice's recent visit to a meeting of conservative activists adding fuel to speculation the Secretary of State is vying to be McCain's vice presidential pick.

On the campaign front. . .


-- Attends town hall meeting with voters, Malvern, PA

-- Attends town hall meeting with voters, Levittown, PA

-- 10:00 pm ET: Attends rally with voters, South Bend, IN


-- 10:00 am ET: Attends town hall with veterans, Aliquippa, PA

-- 3:00 pm ET: Participates in Irish American Presidential Forum, New York, NY

-- 8:00 pm ET: Attends concert with Elton John, New York, NY


-- 8:00 pm ET: Attends concert with Elton John, New York, NY

As for the Republicans. . .


-- Attends to Senate duties, Washington, DC

-- 4:00 pm ET: Attends town hall meeting with voters, Westport, CT

At the White House and Beyond. . .


-- 10:05 am ET: Participates in a commemorative tree planting, Washington, DC

-- 10:30 am ET: Signs the Second Chance Act of 2007, Washington, DC


ABC News' Russell Goldman Reports: Petraeus Wants to Halt Troop Withdrawals in July LINK

ABC News' Jake Tapper Reports: Six Months Later Gen. Petraeus Still Struggles With Warner's Question: Are We Safer? LINK

ABC News' Jake Tapper Reports: Hillary Clinton Calls for Bush to Boycott Olympic Opening Games; Bill Clinton Gave Spielberg Opposite Advice LINK

ABC News' Rick Klein Reports: It's Electability, Stupid: Dems Ask Who Can Beat John McCain? LINK

ABC News' Jake Tapper Reports: Obama's College Trip to Pakistan LINK

ABC News' Matthew Dowd Reports: Does Experience Really Matter? LINK

ABC News' Jake Tapper Reports: The Nuanced Truth About Hillary Clinton's Hospital Story LINK

ABC News' Jonann Brady Reports: Clinton Says Iraq Troop Surge Hasn't Worked LINK

ABC News' Jake Tapper Reports: Obama Continues to Twist Truth About Twisting Truth LINK

ABC News' Sunlen Miller Reports: The Politics of American Idol LINK

ABC News' Jake Tapper Reports: Obama-Backing Senator Attacks McCain's War Experience LINK

ABC News' David Wright and Sunlen Miller Report: Teamsters Prez to Obama: 'End the Mystery' on NAFTA Meeting LINK

ABC News' Z. Byron Wolf Reports: White House Vs. Senate GOP Over Housing Bill LINK

ABC News' Teddy Davis Reports: Norquist: Rice Making Right Moves to Be McCain's VP LINK

ABC News' Jake Tapper Reports: Surrogate Watch, Part 676 LINK


Clinton Campaign at Crossroad
The New York senator discusses Iraq, the Olympics and her campaign. LINK

Petraeus to Face Tough Questions
Iraq's military commander heads to Capitol Hill for a congressional inquiry. LINK

Candidates Return to Day Jobs
Politics of policy: one of these senators will be president. LINK

Olympic Torch Arrives in San Fran
IOC considers cancelling the international leg of the relay after protests. LINK

Protester Disrupts Petraeus Hearing
Man shouts "Bring them home" during U.S. general's Senate testimony. LINK

State of the War
Top commander in Iraq testifies about the future for US troops in the war zone. LINK