George H.W. Bush

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vice president under Reagan and 41st President of the United States (born in 1924)

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Caption: Susan Criss (right) explains her research to President George H.
In an email exchange with The Smoking Gun, Guccifer said he accessed "interesting emails" about the Bush family, including the health of George H.
When Jack Jennings created the Center on Education Policy (CEP) as a freestanding organization, he asked me, a clearly identified Republican who had been his nemesis on the Hill for six years and a presidential appointee in the administration of George H.
So far, 22 of these bronze sculptures have been completed, including George Washington, John Adams, Harry Truman, Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan and George H.
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The Moon-owned Washington Times reported that the Federation donated $1 million to victims of Hurricane Katrina through the Points of Light Foundation, a charity associated with former President George H.
The painting depicts the not-quite-yet deployed USS George H.
Joe Solmonese, president of the Human Rights Campaign, cautions that Roberts's public comments about his work as deputy solicitor general under George H.
Three of the last four Presidents have been Republican: Ronald Reagan, George H.
Speakers and attendees included Gerald Ford, Rosalynn Carter, Mikhail Gorbachev, Coretta Scott King, Bill Cosby, and George H.
O'Kelly, KPMG LLP chairman and chief executive (far right), accepts the George Bush Corporate Leadership Award on behalf of his firm from former President George H.
The Clintons' lawyer, David Kendall, said former President Ronald Reagan was reimbursed $562,111 for his legal costs stemming from the Iran-Contra investigation, and his vice president, George H.
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