President George W. Bush greeting Senator Hagel at an event less than a month after the Inauguration.
Schedule, January 3, 2001 -- Hagel on the Senate Floor for the swearing in of new Senators and the convening of the 107th Congress (each numbered Congress lasted two calendar years, so the 107th Congress was 2001 and 2002).
Media Interview Request Form, January 3, 2001, from the Paula Zahn Show at Fox News (with guest host John Gibson); They wished to interview Senator Hagel the following day about the 50-50 Senate.
Press Activities for January 4, 2001
Photo of Hagel with journalism students from Doane College; Hagel met with the students on the record to discuss the 50-50 split in the Senate, the Presidency, and the agenda of the 107th Congress.
Schedule, January 16, 2001 (2 pgs); Hagel met with two cabinet nominees, a White House staffer, and Doane College students. He ended the day by attending a dinner with his wife at the French Ambassador's residence in honor of Alan Greenspan.
Photo of Hagel with members of a Ukrainian Parliament delegation; they met with Hagel to learn about the role and procedures of Congress.
Schedule, January 20, 2001 (2 pgs) for the Swearing-In and Inauguration of the President of the United States.
Schedule, January 24, 2001; Hagel met with Ukrainian politicians at the request of Meridian International, a non-profit institution.
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