I dont think I will leave town today after all...

BELLEVUE, Wash. -- Backups and protests are expected in Bellevue Monday afternoon, when President George W. Bush is set to appear at a fundraiser for Rep. Dave Reichert and the Washington state Republican Party.
The president is scheduled to fly into Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, the first time a sitting president has arrived at Sea-Tac in 15 years. Presidents normally arrive at Boeing Field for visits to the Seattle area.
The State Patrol said Bush's visit will force them to shut down part of Interstate 5 and much of Interstate 405 twice for 20 to 45 minutes during rush hour.
The president's motorcade will head up I-5 to I-405 to Bellevue, then to Northeast Eighth.
Every ramp and overpass will be closed and guarded during one of the most congested times of the evening, troopers said.
Bush will speak at a $1,000-a-plate dinner for Reichert at about 4:30 p.m., then he'll pose for photos at the Bellevue Hyatt for $10,000 each.
Bush is scheduled to head back to the airport and leave early Monday evening.

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