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  1. George W. Bush averaged 56%. George H.W. Bush averaged 66%, Ronald Reagan averaged 60%, Jimmy Carter 67%, Richard Nixon 58%, Lyndon Johnson 74%, John ...

  2. At his presidential library in Dallas on Thursday, George W. Bush sat for an hour with his predecessor, Bill Clinton, and tried to convey the depths of their friendship.

  3. Chris Christie says he's never seen a politician cheered at a sporting event except for President George W. Bush after 9/11. The Republican says that booing comes with the ...

  4. George W. Bush averaged 56%. George H.W. Bush averaged 66%, Ronald Reagan averaged 60%, Jimmy Carter 67%, Richard Nixon 58%, Lyndon Johnson 74%, John ...

  5. “You’re not gonna believe how tonight’s events will lift your spirits about the future of this country,” George W. Bush said during a talk with Bill Clinton, given for the ...

  6. President Trump has offered the post of United States ambassador to Germany to Richard Grenell, a former diplomatic aide to President George W. Bush and a Republican strategist ...

  7. Instead, he encouraged me," said former President George W. Bush, who prevailed over McCain for the GOP presidential nomination in 2000. "I was impressed by his spirit and ...

  8. After all their years in office, former U.S. presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton have some words of advice for the leaders of tomorrow. To celebrate the third class ...

  9. President Bill Clinton beat his father for the presidency in 1992 and he also belongs to a different political party, but to President George W. Bush, he’s still a brother from another mother.

  10. Connie Schultz: Tolerating those with whom we disagree

    The Commercial Dispatch10 hours ago

    In early 2006, the City Club of Cleveland invited President George W. Bush to speak. At the time, this invitation was a controversial one, as the Iraq War was becoming increasingly ...

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