George Herbert Walker Bush

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Noun1.George Herbert Walker Bush - vice president under Reagan and 41st President of the United States (born in 1924)
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Born on July 6, 1946, in New Haven, Connecticut, Bush is the eldest of six children of George Herbert Walker Bush and Barbara Pierce Bush.
En enero de 1991 el presidente George Herbert Walker Bush, en referencia a su ofensiva belica de la Primera Guerra del Golfo Persico, le dijo a los congresistas estadounidenses:
His latest Presidential biography, Destiny and Power: The American Odyssey of George Herbert Walker Bush, debuted at #1 on the New York Times best sellers list in November 2015.
We will continue to hold the American people as our ally and don't forget that when the chips were down, and George Herbert Walker Bush sent American soldiers to repel with our troops Saddam's aggression against Kuwait, soldiers stood shoulder to shoulder with soldiers.
10, 1995, at a Colorado Springs gathering of former Cold War leaders (Gorbachev, Great Britain's Margaret Thatcher, France's Francois Mitterand, and Canada's Brian Mulroney), Bush received commendation for "changing the face of the earth; none of it would have happened without the deft, sensitive diplomacy of the American president, George Herbert Walker Bush.
president, "Destiny and Power: The American Odyssey of George Herbert Walker Bush.
For better or for worse, George Herbert Walker Bush has been enshrined in collective memory as a series of caricatures, all of them evoking ineffectuality.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Jon Meacham heads to Texas A&M University to discuss his new book, set for release Tuesday, Destiny and Power: The American Odyssey of George Herbert Walker Bush.
More than twenty years after leaving office, George Herbert Walker Bush finally seems to step out of Ronald Reagan's shadow.
Bush: The Making of a Global President reaffirms the oft-repeated observation that, upon assuming office, George Herbert Walker Bush was one of the most qualified men to occupy the White House.
Saddam Hussein, when it was over, said he had fought the mother of all battles and President George Herbert Walker Bush was gone, Margaret Thatcher was gone, and he was still in office.
Reminding the US imperialism and the world imperialism's mainstream move towards harmony and organization after the collapse of the Soviet Union as well as their efforts to raise the US as the leader of the global village, the commander stressed that Washington's plan failed despite all the efforts made during the era of George Herbert Walker Bush and his son George W.