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Easter at the White House On Monday, March 24, the President and Mrs. Bush hosted the annual White House Easter Egg Roll from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on the South Lawn of the White House. Click here to learn more.
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Link to Global Diplomacy On Tuesday, President Bush welcomed King Hamad of Bahrain to the White House. The President continued the discussions begun during his visit to Bahrain in January and covered both the bilateral relationship between the United States and Bahrain, and regional issues. Following his meeting with King Hamad, the President hosted the King at a working lunch.
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Defense President Bush has signed legislation modernizing foreign intelligence law to better protect America, and this must be made permanent. The Protect America Act Modernizes The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) gives intelligence professionals the tools they urgently need to gather information about our enemies, while protecting the civil liberties of Americans.

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Kids paint a large mural of an ocean scene at the White House Easter Egg Roll Monday, Mar. 24, 2008 on the South Lawn of the White House. The theme for the 2008 Easter Egg Roll is Ocean Conservation. The kids were able to learn how to keep our oceans clean and healthy for fish and other ocean life. White House photo by Joyce N. Boghosian

Kids paint a large mural of an ocean scene at the White House Easter Egg Roll Monday, Mar. 24, 2008 on the South Lawn of the White House. The theme for the 2008 Easter Egg Roll is Ocean Conservation. The kids were able to learn how to keep our oceans clean and healthy for fish and other ocean life. White House photo by Joyce N. Boghosian

President Bush Meets with His Majesty King Hamad Bin Isa Al-Khalifa of Bahrain

President Bush on Tuesday said, "We had a good discussion, and we'll continue our discussion over lunch, on a variety of subjects. First, I do want to thank the Kingdom for sending an ambassador to Iraq. That's a very strong move that indicates a willingness to lead, as well as a willingness to send a signal that when a young democracy like Iraq is beginning to make progress, that it is important for the neighborhood to recognize that progress. And I really do want to thank Your Majesty for that."
President Bush Meets with 2008 Bassmaster Classic Champion and 2008 Women's Bassmaster Tour Champion

President Bush on Tuesday said, "This is a good, clean sport. It's a sport that requires good conservation in order to make sure our fisheries are good, and I love to welcome the champs here. And so we're glad you're here. The people of Louisiana and Texas are proud of you."
President and Mrs. Bush Attend White House Easter Egg Roll

President Bush on Monday said, "Pretty soon after a few remarks, I have the honor of blowing the whistle to start the Easter Egg Roll. ...We want to remind you that we're dedicating today's Easter Egg Roll to our clean oceans. And there's a booth here where you can find out how you can contribute to make sure that we're environmentally sound stewards of our oceans."
Fact sheet Easter 2008
President Bush Visits Department of State

President Bush on Monday said, "Madam Secretary, thank you very much for your hospitality. I just had a very interesting dialogue on how to strengthen the State Department's capacity to bring freedom and peace around the world, and how to make sure the State Department works collaboratively with the Defense Department, as we deal with some of the more difficult areas, and really take advantage of some of the great opportunities that we're faced with."
White House Easter Egg Roll Discussed

Troy AikmanOn Monday, Troy Aikman, former quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys and founder of The Troy Aikman Foundation, discussed the White House Easter Egg Roll. View the Transcript
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