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George Walker Bush

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mackenzie hupke

on 10 April 2014

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Transcript of George Walker Bush

George Walker Bush
Who were Bush's parents?
George's mom was Dorothy Bush she passed away at age 91. His dad was Prescott Bush who passed away on 8th October, 1972.
What was his childhood like?
His family moved to Midland, Texas where he made his own oil business. He grew up in a political family. He attended Midland schools until he was in seventh grade when his family moved to Houston in 1961.
Where was George born?
George Bush was born on July 6, 1946 in New Haven, Connecticut.
What was his religion?
He was born Episcopal, Methodist and born-again Christian.
What was George's life like before being elected president?
George was a republican. He went to Yale University and Harvard Business School.
George served as a Lieutenant in the Air National Guard.
This YouTube video is George W. Bush Interview 2013: President, Former First Lady Laura Bush Speak with Diane Sawyer. On the video skip to 33 seconds.
When was he elected?
George was elected at age 52 as the 43rd president of the United States.
How many terms did he serve?
He served 2 terms from 2000-2008.

Who was the first lady?
Who was the vice president?
The first lady was Laura Welch Bush. George and Laura had two kids. Their two kids names are Barbara Pierce Bush and Jenna Bush Hager.
The vice president was Richard (Dick) Cheney. He served four presidents as vice president.
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