Former President George H.W. Bush Dies at Age 94

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Early Political Career

President George Bush senior has died. He was the 41th President of The United States. He spent many years in service to our country. His career launched first as an envoy to Beijing then 8 years of being Vice President under President Reagan.

President Bush was an honors graduate of Yale University and grew up in New England. He was the son of a senator and had an impressive resume. He was a navy Pilot whose plane was shot down in the Pacific and served as chairman of the RNC during the last days of Watergate.

H.W. Bush was a diplomatic president who helped end the cold war. He presided over a major victory over Iraq in the Persian Gulf War. He also oversaw the invasion of Panama. Known as a foreign policy realist not a neoconservative or interventionist, he chose not to opt for regime change in Iraq. President Bush supported prayer in school as well as adoption rather than abortion. President Trump said of the late president Bush, "His example lives on, and will continue to stir future Americans to pursue a greater cause."


As a champion of gun rights; he declared “Let’s not take away the guns from innocent citizens.” He signed into law the Americans with Disabilities Act (ACA) which protected the disabled against discrimination. President Bush made two appointments to the Supreme Court, one being the famed Clarence Thomas.

He was father of President George W. Bush and Jeb Bush who ran for President in 2016 against Trump. His other children are sons Neil and Marvin as well as his daughter Dorothy Bush LeBlond; his daughter Robin died of leukemia in 1953 and wife Barbara died in April. The qualities which mattered most to him were family, kids, grand kids, love, decency, honor, pride, tolerance, hope, kindness, loyalty, freedom, caring, heart, faith, service to country, fair (fair play), strength, healing, excellence.”

Seth Ian / Journalist
Seth Ian is a conservative populist writer and supporter of President Trump.
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