President George W. Bush

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George Walker Bush was the United States of forty-third president.

President George W. Bush was born in New Haven, Connecticut on July 6, 1946 and grew up to become America’s forty-third president.

He was a businessman before he became President of the United States at age 54. His place of primary affiliation was Texas.

George W. Bush became president on Saturday, January 20, 2001 and left the office on Tuesday, January 20, 2009.

President George W. Bush was a member of the Republican Party and his vice president was Dick Cheney.

George W. Bush's nicknames include W, Bush 43, Bush Jr. and Dubya.

George W. Bush was the first president since 1888 to win without a majority.

The terrorist attack on September 11, 2001 and the invasion of Iraq to overthrow Saddam Hussein and stop the production of weapons of mass destruction, were major events in his presidency. He was also behind the initiative "No Child Left Behind," which was a school reform that increased federal funds allocated to education, provided that the states introduced standardized tests and quantifiable criteria for the school curriculum. The prolonged war in Iraq, several natural disasters and an economic recession gave Bush a very low approval rating when he left office.

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