What about President Bush?
George Walker Bush or President Bush was 43rd President of the United States of America. Moreover, his father George H. W. Bush also remained the 41st US president from 1989 to 1993. So, to distinguish George W. Bush from his father he is referred to as Bush Jr or Bush43. Bush Jr who born on 6 July 1946 is also a businessman as well as a politician. He was the member of the Republican Party. Moreover, before becoming the president, Bush had also served as the Governor of Texas from 1995 to 2000. Bush is more famous because of his war on terror after the incident of 9/11. Let’s have some discussion about his life and presidency. However, to read complete details about him, click here.
Early life and political career
George Bush was the eldest son of his father George H. W. Bush. Moreover, they are the second father-son couple to become the president of the US. Bush did his graduation degree from Yale University in 1968 and Harvard Business School in 1975. Initially, Bush got commission into The Texas National Air Guard. However, he left the Airforce reserved in 1971. After his education, he started working in the oil industry. Later in 1977, he married Laura Welch, an American educator. However, Bush was keener in politics than business. So, shortly after his marriage, he ran for the U. S. House of Representatives but failed. He later co-owned the Texas Rangers baseball team and focused on business.
However, in 1994, he again ran for Texas gubernatorial election and won comprehensively while defeating Ann Richards. Later in 2000, he became the 43rd President of the United States of America.
Bush as a President
On January 2000, Bush became president preceding Bill Clinton. He many measures to make governance more effective. Therefore, he passed the acts like broad tax cuts, the patriotic act, no child left behind act and medicare monetization act etc. However, the more fueling part of his presidency was his war on terror after the 11 September 2001 attacks.
Bush began the war in Afghanistan against the Taliban and later he also started the Iraq war in 2003. Moreover, Bush allied with many countries and sent troops to Afghanistan. Bush also was re-elected for the second term in 2004. However, his war-minded attitude cost him to lose the next election.
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