The first President Bush will welcome his son's media man Friday night.
White House Press Secretary Tony Snow will be speaking at the Bush Presidential Library starting at 6 p.m. Snow's speech is entitled "The Press and Presidency."
Protests are planned to coincide with Snow's visit to the area.
"Tony Snow on a daily basis provides misinformation and 'spin' that have contributed significantly to the Bush administration's pursuit of the misguided, illegal and immoral war in Iraq," said David McWhirter, who is helping organize the protest.
Snow has been in journalism since 1979, according to the White House's website. Before taking the press secretary position, he was a host on the Fox News Channel.
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