Alexandra Pelosi’s first documentary, “Journeys With George,” painted a humanizing portrait of then-Gov. George W. Bush — not exactly what you’d expect from the daughter of a powerful Democratic dynasty (her mother is Rep. Nancy Pelosi). In the years since, Alexandra Pelosi has attempted to understand...
Last August, Jon Stewart sat behind his Daily Show desk for the final time. No one wanted him to leave, but we understood. It has to take a toll when on a nightly basis you parse Fox News, George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, the frenzy surrounding Barack Obama, Bill O'Reilly and everything else to enter and exit the political spin cycle. Show More Summary
Dan Balz: “There were no echoes of Ronald Reagan’s ‘Morning in America,’ George H.W. Bush’s ‘kinder and gentler nation’ or even George W. Bush’s compassionate conservatism in Donald Trump’s speech accepting the Republican presidential nomination here Thursday night. Instead, in [...]
George W. Bush is not endorsing Donald Trump. It makes sense; Trump slammed his brother Jeb and humiliated him time and time again on the campaign trail. Trump also blasted
The Best Pro-Choice Anti-Pence Movement Rally Ever Right before George W. Bush came up with the first legitimate reason to burn a book -- a memoir called "The Decider" -- he told NBC anchor Matt Lauer that, as young man, his mother showed him an old jar containing the fetus of her stillborn child. Show More Summary
There’s been much written about all of the prominent Republicans who skipped the party’s convention in Cleveland this week. Former presidents George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush aren't there. The two most recent presidential nominees, Mitt Romney and Sen. Show More Summary
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George W. Bush seems to be subscribing to the "Oh God the Republican party is going to explode this year" line of thinking.
Members of the George W. Bush administration met in Dallas this April for a reunion party. [F]ew were as dark about the Republican Party’s future as former President Bush himself. In a more intimate moment during the reunion, surrounded...Show More Summary
Democrats usually can be accused of bringing a knife to a gunfight. They did it when the Supreme Court overruled the popular vote in 2000 and shoved George W. Bush into the White House. They did it legislatively on numerous occasions when Republicans outmaneuvered them on everything from a...
The audio: 07-20hhs-cheney The transcript: HH: I begin this hour with my guest from Wyoming, the next Congresswoman from Wyoming, Liz Cheney, she of course senior State Department official in the course of the George W. Bush administration. Show More Summary
Former President George W. Bush in April privately revealed his concerns that Donald Trump could permanently bring down the Republican Party. "I'm worried that I will be the last Republican president," Bush said at a reunion for his administration in Dallas. Show More Summary
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CLEVELAND ? A former Republican governor of Wisconsin, who also served in George W. Bush’s Cabinet, sent a message to the rest of his party on Tuesday: Stop trying to repeal Obamacare, and start thinking about ways to fix it. Tommy Thompson,...Show More Summary
Submitted by Patrick Buchanan via Buchanan.org, Neither George W. Bush, the Republican Party nominee in 2000 and 2004, nor Jeb, the dethroned Prince of Wales, will be in Cleveland. Nor will John McCain or Mitt Romney, the last two nominees. These...Show More Summary
“I’m worried that I will be the last Republican president.” — George W. Bush, quoted by Politico, talking to Bush administration alumni about the state of the Republican party.
CLEVELAND ? This is Donald Trump’s convention; that much is certain. But the man not too far from the conversation, whose legacy hangs like a cold fog over the proceedings, is hundreds of miles away, with no plans to show up. For the third time in a row, George W. Show More Summary
Before Republicans gathered in Cleveland to crown Donald Trump as their presidential nominee this week, a Politico reporter spent some time with a few of the party's top elites—former presidents and presidential candidates for example—to...Show More Summary
Former President George W. Bush is afraid he’ll go down in history as the last Republican Leader of the Free World because of Donald Trump.