He and Mrs. Bush plan to remain mostly out of sight there for the duration of the weekend. The president will make remarks urging passage of CAFTA in Ft. Lauderdale, FL on Monday as he makes his way back (non-linearly) to the White House in preparation for his meeting and working dinner with Tony Blair on Tuesday.
The Labor Department released the employment report for May at 8:30 am ET this morning reporting 78,000 new jobs were created in the month of May. ABC News' Dan Arnall: "Much less than the expected 180,000. National unemployment rate ticked down to 5.1%."
At 11:45 am ET, Secretary of State Rice will release the 5th annual "State Department Trafficking in Persons Report" in the briefing room of the State Department. Secretary Rice's 3:15 p.m. ET meeting with Gov. Pataki (R-NY) about his upcoming assignment at the OSCE conference in Spain will be closed to the press. (Considering Dr. Rice's love for the NFL, we wonder if any Westside stadium talk will make its way into the meeting.)
Howard Dean is the featured guest at a Missouri Democratic Party membership drive in Kansas City, MO at 3:00 pm ET. We'll have to see if any Show Me reporters ask him about all those quotes in USA Today today from "friendly" Democrats.
Bill Moyers, Rev. Jim Wallis, Kim Gandy, and Rev. Jesse Jackson are the headliners at the Campaign for America's Future conference today.
CAF will also join with Americans United to Protect Social Security for a march and rally to protest the president's Social Security plan. The march begins at 2:45 pm ET. They plan to arrive across the street from the White House in Lafayette Park at 3:30 pm ET.
In San Francisco, CA, former Vice President Al Gore discusses climate change at a UN World Environment Day event.
On the 2008 campaign trail, Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney headlines New Hampshire Federation of Republican Women Lilac Dinner in Manchester, NH. (This is the same venue where then Gov. George W. Bush made his first public foray onto the New Hampshire campaign trail in 1999.) The social hour is set for 6:00 pm ET. The dinner begins at 7:00 pm ET.
And former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani delivers the keynote address at the National Association of Real Estate Editors in Washington, DC today at 11:20 am ET.
Bill Clinton will be a live guest on NPR's "Talk of the Nation" at 2:00 pm ET (check your local listings).
The Senate will reconvene on Monday, June 6 at 2:00 pm ET and resume consideration of the nomination of Janice Brown to the DC Circuit. No roll call votes are scheduled for Monday, and the Senate will vote on cloture on the Brown nomination at noon ET on Tuesday, June 7.
On Sunday, former Washington Post executive editor Ben Bradlee will chat about all things Watergate and Deep Throat with George Stephanopoulos on "This Week."
Senator Joe Biden (D-DE) will also be on the program and will share some thoughts on Deep Throat with George as well as on the current state of affairs in Iraq, the Amnesty International report, and much more. And capping this week looking back at those iconic moments in American history, what could be better than the classic "This Week" roundtable? You won't want to miss George Will, Cokie Roberts, and Sam Donaldson when they join George on Sunday morning.
Deep Throat revealed: