Will Ferrell knows for a fact that former President George W. Bush can take a joke, but he can’t say the same for the current President.
Breaking a tradition that stretches back to President Bill Clinton and continued through George W. Bush and Barack Obama, Donald Trump declined to host a dinner at the White House in honor of Ramadan. Instead, Trump and first lady Melania...Show More Summary
“Saturday Night Live” alumnus and “Anchorman” star Will Ferrell told the New York Times in an interview that President George W. Bush was a good sport about Ferrell’s impression of him, but that current President Donald Trump seems to have such “thin skin”...
Jenna Bush Hager took a page out of dad and former President George W. Bush's book when she re-created this funny family tradition.
Presidents Carter, Clinton, and Obama have had the most minority staffers of any president living in the social media age. President George H.W. and George W. Bush have had plenty of minority staffers as well. However, the only living president that follows a minority staffer is Barack Obama and none of the staffers he follows [...]Show More Summary
Above: Beloved Democratic Politician Offers Closely Reasoned Defense of Fellow Leftist Icon George W. Bush And here she is: If Sam Nunn and John Breaux taught us anything, it’s that Dems can win in the South, as long as they offer full socialism. Zell/Webb 2020 — a real left alternative to Hillary Clinton’s tepid centrism! […]
The House speaker is pushing President Trump to embrace permanent reform rather than a quick jolt like the temporary cuts that George W. Bush signed in 2001.
Michael Gerson, a former speechwriter for President George W. Bush, has written a column in the Washington Post outlining Republicans’ options for eventually ridding themselves of President Donald Trump. Unfortunately for the GOP, however, Gerson believes that the party has precisely zero...
September 11, 2001 happened a little over seven months into former President George W. Bush’s presidency. America is only five months into President Donald Trump’s administration, but the political newcomer has been slow to appoint critical national security staff. It’s leaving...
Gallup reports: Former President George W. Bush’s national image continues to improve in his retirement, with his favorable rating rising seven percentage points over the past year to 59%. This continues the fairly steady improvement in Bush’s favorable rating since it registered a meager 35% at the start of his post-presidential years in March 2009. […]
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In September 2001, President George W. Bush addressed a grieving nation and a shocked world following the horrific 9/11 attacks. During that speech, he put both allies and enemies on notice: “Every nation in every region now has a decision...Show More Summary
A new Gallup poll has Bush viewed favorably by 59% of Americans. Obama's at 63%, which is about where he was last November, when his preferred successor, Hillary Clinton lost the election. Bush was at 35% in March 2009, when Obama was beginning his presidency.
The US Supreme Court ruled Monday that senior officials from president George W. Bush's administration cannot be held responsible for abuses against Muslim immigrants and others held in the frantic response to the September 11, 2001 attacks. Show More Summary
President George W. Bush holds his last news conference in the Brady Press Briefing Room at the White House on Jan. 12, 2009. During an April appearance on ABC News, Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said something that would have sounded impossible to anyone who had followed American politics in the first decade of the 21st century. Show More Summary
A former ethics lawyer to President George W. Bush warned on Twitter Saturday that if President Donald Trump follows the advice of Fox News and fires Special Counsel Robert Mueller, then we should expect to “soon” be calling Mike Pence “Mr. President.” TheHill.com reported...
The national tension and devolving rhetoric has been an issue since the presidency of George W. Bush, when opposing him was en vogue and it was fashionable to raise the bar of rhetoric in protest of a Republican commander-in-chief. The...Show More Summary
It might not be as bad as the time Kevin Rudd leaked George W Bush’s “what’s the G20?” remark, sparking a temporary chill in US-Aussie relations, but it’s still pretty embarrassing. In an audio recording leaked to an Australian TV station,...Show More Summary
The Huffington Post -- home of some notably hateful rants, like the ex-Washington Post writer who said unlike George W. Bush, "You could argue that even the world’s worst fascist dictators at least meant well" -- has a line contributors can cross. Show More Summary
One would have thought the Democratic Party couldn’t get more unhinged then they did during the George W. Bush presidency. It just goes to show, never underestimate the level of