George Herbert Walker Bush, the 41st president of the United States died Friday night at the age of 94 at his Houston home. Bush was the son of a U.S. Senator and served his country first as a World War II fighter pilot and later as a congressman, an ambassador to the United Nations and envoy to China, chairman of the Republican National Committee, director of the CIA, two-term vice president and, for four years, as president.
The whiny response from the White House comes after both Bushes confirmed that they had not voted for Trump in last year's election, calling the president a "blowhard."
The two former presidents think that Trump is a "blowhard" who is destroying the GOP. Both men also suggested Trump doesn't have a clue what it means to be the leader of the free world.
Biographer David Maraniss has a great idea. The author is urging all five living former presidents to issue a joint statement calling on racist Donald Trump to resign.
NAFTA was proposed, pushed, and “ceremoniously signed” by George H.W. Bush - a month before Bill Clinton was sworn in as president.
Bush's family gathering is a last ditch effort to save Jeb's under-performing campaign, but the optics couldn't be worse.
Former national security adviser Brent Snowcroft says rejecting the Iran deal "is an abdication of America's unique role and responsibility"
At a craft brewery in Hampton, New Hampshire, Hillary Clinton called out her Republican presidential opponents for sacrificing American jobs to appease the billionaire Koch Brothers and talk radio Tea Party extremists.
It is hard to believe Jeb Bush really wants to be president, with the things he says. Maybe it's just that he's missing a Dick Cheney of his own
During a CBN interview, Jeb Bush suggested that the only way to fight poverty in America was to defend traditional marriage.
Instead of acknowledging the Iraq invasion as a colossal intelligence failure, Jeb is still a cheerleader for the Iraq War.
Jeb Bush admitted that his brother, former President George W. Bush, was his most trusted adviser on U.S.-Israel policy.
Jeb Bush has dipped to 4th place in a recent poll, and he also seems to be losing out to other candidates on the fundraising front.
While Jeb Bush is often portrayed by the media as the "moderate" Republican candidate, there is nothing moderate about his proposal to raise the social security retirement age.
Bush's attempt to claim himself to be "Hispanic" only furthers the rift between him and anti-immigrant Nativists in the Republican Party.
Well, this is awkward for Republicans. The Obama economy has set yet another job growth record in the private sector.
A Washington Post-ABC News Poll shows Hillary Clinton leading each of her likely Republican opponents by double digits.
Bush is right about one thing. This is no time for schoolyard antics. Bush and his fellow Republicans ought to stop engaging in them.
Eviscerated by President Obama in Cleveland, Speaker Boehner had no option but to try to bury Obama's budget in well-tried but obvious lies
Friday Fox Follies highlights Bill O'Reilly's continued issues with the truth, Andrea Tantaros accusing the White House of being anti-Semitic and Fox's hypocritical Ferguson coverage.