George W. Bush's first term as president of the United States began on January 20, 2001 and continued until his second term commenced on January 20, 2005.

George W. Bush; 43rd President of the United States; In office January 20, 2001 – January 20, 2009: Vice President: Dick Cheney: Preceded by: Bill Clinton

George W. Bush; Fotografía oficial de Bush como presidente. 43.º presidente de los Estados Unidos; 20 de enero de 2001-20 de enero de 2009

Bush Jr.'s Skeleton Closet . George Bush likes to present himself as a straight-talking, regular guy. But it's an act -- regular guys don't go to Andover Prep, Yale ...

12/3/2011 · Video embedded · A More Clearer Version of the NWO Speech of George Bush SR ! One of the Scariest Moments of History Representative.

Facts about George W. Bush Term: 43rd President of the United States (2001 – 2009) Born: July 6, 1946, New Haven, Connecticut Political Party

The legacy of George W. Bush remains, much like his 2000 election, a subject of profound controversy, and any truly objective evaluation will likely be years in the ...

Bonesmen | BIS | IMF | Davos | Report | TABD | Trilat | BAP | Media | Rockefeller Other Western Élites The Skull and Bones - Yale University The occult Bush family ...

Well, we are now learning that former President George W. Bush may in fact vote for Hillary Clinton, this according to Jeb’s son, George P. Bush.

How many people attended Trump's inauguration today vs. Obama's in 2009 and 2013? See photos and compare Obama's, Trump's, Clinton's, and George W. Bush's.

Barack Obama is the 44th President of the United States. His story is the American story -- values from the heartland, a middle-class upbringing in a strong family ...

Threats against Bush at public protests. A protester with a sign saying “Kill Bush” and advocating that the White House be bombed, at the March 18, 2007 anti-war ...

Briefing Room. The White House provides timely and accurate information about the President's latest events and public statements. Here you'll find photos, video, and ...

Back in 2008 it was almost universally accepted that George W. Bush was an epic failure as president. When he left office his Gallup approval rating was 34 percent ...

These U.S. presidents couldn't get re-elected because of policy, stiff competition or lackluster performances in their first terms.