Former Vice President Dick Cheney, who served under former President George W. Bush, will lend his full support to Donald Trump. Although this is not surprising, it probably encourages “the Donald” as many members of the Republican party aren’t backing him–at least not yet. Show More Summary
Former President George W. Bush is being honored this month with a Family and Democracy Award from an international pro-life organization. The World Congress of Families announced its choice of the former pro-life president for the award this week. Bush will be honored during the Tenth Jubilee of the World Congress of Families conference in […]
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The veteran CIA official who once provided intelligence briefings to presidential candidates—including Gov. George W. Bush in 2000 and Sen. John Kerry in 2004—says briefing Donald Trump, the presumptive GOP nominee, could be rather difficult. "It's...Show More Summary
New York Times: “Hoping for a moment of party unity, Mr. Trump had scarcely declared victory in Indiana when the cascade of rejection began, starting with the announcement by George Bush and his son George W. Bush, the only former [...
Mr. Trump may find it difficult to raise funds after being shunned by respected party figures including Mitt Romney, George Bush, George W. Bush and Paul D. Ryan.
U.S. solicitors general who served under every president from George H.W. Bush to Barack Obama gave Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland a bipartisan boost this week in a letter to Senate leaders saying he is “superbly qualified” to be a justice.
Just when I feared there was no decency left in the Republican Party, a few brave souls emerged to stand on principle against Donald Trump, the presumptive presidential nominee. Former presidents George H.W. Bush (41) and George W. Bush (43) will neither attend the party’s convention in July nor make an endorsement in the campaign. Former […]
Bush The Elder, And Bush The Younger Both Won’t Be Endorsing Trump President George H.W. Bush and his son President George W. Bush have no plans to endorse Donald Trump, their spokespeople told ABC News.”President Bush does not plan to participate in or comment on the presidential campaign,” the younger Bush’s spokesman, Freddy Ford, said. Show More Summary
From the Washington Post: For the first time since his own presidency, George H.W. Bush is planning to stay silent in the race for the Oval Office — and the younger former president Bush plans to stay silent as well. Bush 41, who enthusiastically...Show More Summary
After nominees Ted Cruz and John Kasich officially suspended their campaigns this week, Donald Trump is now left as the presumptive nominee of the GOP. And if Republicans were distancing themselves from the 2016 presidential race before, now they're avoiding the election like the plague! According to reports, neither former president from the Bush family — George [...]
Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton: "Just how ugly will the general election be?" Former Republican presidents George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush have no plans to endorse Donald Trump in the 2016 election. California Gov. Jerry BrownShow More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Bush family may not be receptive to any effort by likely Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump to reach out to skeptics in the party. The spokesman, Freddy Ford, was responding to an inquiry from The Associated Press about whether Bush planned to support Trump.
The Romanian hacker who shared George W. Bush's paintings with the world is now in American custody and he's turned out to be pretty chatty. Marcel Lehal Lazar, better known as Guccifer, says he broke into Hillary Clinton's "completely unsecured" server and it was like "an open orchid on the...
Former Presidents George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush are planning to stay silent in the race for the Oval Office, the Texas Tribune reports.
For the first time since his own presidency, George H.W. Bush is planning to stay silent in the race for the Oval Office — and the younger former president Bush plans to stay silent as well. Bush 41, who enthusiastically endorsed every Republican nominee for the last five election cycles, will stay out of the […]
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Hensley and the Bushes walked around a replica of the Oval Office and checked out the presidential library in Dallas.
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Macey Hensley knows her presidents. From George Washington to Barack Obama, she can name them all and even offer up a little trivia about each of them.