Former President George W. Bush repeated his criticism of the Republican Party, warning members the GOP will cease to exist if they choose to isolate themselves from other races and cultures.
Former President George W. Bush wrote in the name of his former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on his 2020 presidential ballot, he told PEOPLE magazine.
Former President George W. Bush said the Republican Party he served has become “isolationist, protectionist and, to a certain extent, nativist” in a rare television interview.
The former president said in an interview that he was “disgusted” as he watched the deadly Capitol riot unfold on Jan. 6, saying he’s “still disturbed.”
Speaking during the televised broadcast “Celebrating America” after the historic inauguration of President Joe Biden’s and Vice President Kamala Harris, three former presidents shared advice for the incoming administration and echoed Biden’s calls for unity among all Americans.
Three former presidents say they’d be willing to publicly take a coronavirus vaccine, once one becomes available, to encourage all Americans to get inoculated against the disease.
"I just talked to the President-elect of the United States, Joe Biden," Bush said in a statement. "I extended my warm congratulations and thanked him for the patriotic message he delivered last night."
Former presidents, politicians and civil rights leaders paid tribute July 20 to the late Rep. John Lewis at a memorial service in Atlanta.
Former President George W. Bush and Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, are reportedly not expected to support the reelection of President Trump -- two high profile GOP figures who are believed to be avoiding backing the Republican president in November.
Former President George W. Bush weighed in on the death of George Floyd with a lengthy statement issued on Tuesday, saying he and former first lady Laura Bush “are anguished by the brutal suffocation” of Floyd, who died during an encounter with Minneapolis police May 25.
It's Veterans Day weekend, and some who served at a high personal cost spent it with former President George W. Bush on his ranch in Crawford.
U.S. President George W. Bush visited Ground Zero, standing with rescue workers, firefighters and police officers atop smoldering rubble of the fallen Twin Towers, giving a speech that still echoes 18 years later.
The 43rd Commander and Chief spoke at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor as part of the McLane Lecture series.