By many measures, George W. Bush could've gone down as one of America's worst presidents. But Trump's presidency has seemingly saved him from this fate.
"He is not a king! He is a president in a constitutional model of government."
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.
Former President George W. Bush called out the Trump era without naming names, saying on Thursday, "Bigotry seems emboldened. Our politics seems more vulnerable to conspiracy theories and outright fabrication."
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.
Trump and North Korea is an eerily frightening reiteration of the Bush administration's fear-mongering about Saddam Hussein's Iraq.
"We need an independent media to hold people like me to account...it's important for the media to call to account people who abuse their power.”
The new data comes days after Trump took aim at the polls, calling them "fake news" if they find that he or his policies are unpopular.
To make matters worse, Trump's approval rating now stands where George W. Bush's did after Hurricane Katrina.
President Obama took the plan out of commission and described it “not only as out-of-date but also an inefficient waste of resources.”
As Hurricane Trump picks up steam on its way to the White House, the American people are coming to grips with just how good things have been under Barack Obama.
The British government's Iraq Inquiry finds that "the timing of military action was driven entirely by the US administration."
Feel free to laugh: "I gravitate to facts, logic, and reality, whereas to me, liberalism is based on theory, and feelings, and fantasy."
Antonin Scalia is dead and Republicans have responded by completely tearing their party apart.
Jeb Bush looks to his brother to be a lightning rod, turning any Trump attack into a backlash of negativity against the virtual reality star
Jeb Bush thinks his brother George Bush got a raw deal as president. He thinks they should have fought back harder against the bad press in the last three years of Bush’s presidency.
After invoking his status as a National Rifle Association hero, Jeb brought up GOP overreach in the case of Terri Schiavos