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    1. The Florida Republican puts words in the president's mouth and earns Four Pinocchios.

    2. The hawkish GOP presidential candidate says neither he -- nor President Bush -- would have authorized the war with today's knowledge

    3. Former President Bush is back in Maine for the summer

      Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsMay 16 07:34 AM

      KENNEBUNKPORT, Maine (AP) — It's another sign that summer is around the corner in Maine: Former President George H.W. Bush has arrived in Kennebunkport.

    4. 5 things to start your day

      CNNApr 28 01:44 AM

      Baltimore erupts in flames. The death toll in Nepal grows. And President Bush may (or may not) have criticized President Obama.

    5. Chris Christie distanced himself from Jeb Bush on Tuesday by saying he wouldn't have gone to war in Iraq given what the country knows now. "I think President Bush made the best decision he could at the time given that his intelligence community was telling him that there was WMD and that there were other threats right there in Iraq.

    6. To the editor: Ralph Nader answered his own question in the 2000 presidential campaign: so a third party candidate can be a spoiler. ("Ralph Nader: Why run for president if you don't have a real chance?," op-ed, May 15)

    7. (WFAA) - President George W. Bush was the featured speaker Saturday morning at SMU's 2015 May commencement ceremony.

    8. Quote of the Day

      Taegan Goddard's Political WireMay 18 08:15 AM

      “I did stand up and defend the president, President Bush, that I did say I think any president, regardless of party, probably would’ve made a similar decision to what President Bush did at the time, with the information he had [...]

    9. Ex-IRA man linked to 2005 slaying shot dead in Belfast

      Bristol Herald CourierMay 05 02:29 PM

      FILE- In this file photo dated Thursday, March 17, 2005 provided by the White House shows President Bush, second from right, shaking hands with Paula McCartney, sister of the late Robert McCartney, at

    10. White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest responds to questions about remarks made recently by Former President George W. Bush relating to President Obama's handling of extremist groups.

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