The daily schedule indicates Obama will:
-- Receive the daily briefing.
-- Meet with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
-- Meet with Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner.
-- Host an Iftar dinner celebrating Ramadan, continuing a tradition that began under President Clinton. Invited guests include elected officials, religious and grassroots leaders in the Muslim American community, and other religious leaders.
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