Nine Lesser-Known Facts About George W. Bush’s Private Life

George W Bush | Photo Credits: Wikimedia Commons (Public Domain)

Most notably known for the invasive Patriot Act and the disastrous War on Terror, George W. Bush was the President during one of America’s most significant crises in history: 9/11.




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