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from Salon

The George W. Bush email scandal the media has conveniently forgotten

CORRUPT REPUBLICANS...Even for a Republican White House that was badly stumbling through George W. Bush’s sixth year in office, the revelation on April 12, 2007 was shocking. Responding to congressional demands for emails in connection with its investigation into the partisan firing of eight U.S. attorneys, the White House announced that as many as five million emails, covering a two-year span, had been lost.

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George W. Bush, 43rd President of the United States (2001-2009). Photo by Eric Draper, 2003. Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.

Laura Welch Bush ♡ 2001 - 2009 ♡ During her eight years in the White House, Mrs. Laura Bush was a champion of President Bush's ambitious agenda and a gracious representative of the American people. A former teacher and librarian, she has dedicated herself to advancing education and promoting the well-being of women and families worldwide.

from Mail Online

Fright House: Jenna Bush on the ghostly music playing in the presidential home already 'haunted' by Abraham Lincoln

The daughter of former President George W Bush has claimed she saw ghosts during her time in the White House. Jenna Bush Hager told chat sh...

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The Honorable Thurgood Marshall (born Thoroughgood, he shortened it), chief counsel to the NAACP, Solicitor General, and 1st African American Justice of the United States Supreme Court. Before becoming a judge, Marshall was a lawyer who was best known for his high success rate in arguing before the Supreme Court and for the victory in Brown v. Board of Ed. When he retired, he was reportedly unhappy about who George H. W. Bush would nominate in his place; it would later be Clarence Thomas…

from Mail Online

George W. Bush’s great-great-great-great-grandfather was a slave trader

Although Britain outlawed slavery in 1833 and it was abolished in the USA after the defeat of the Confederacy in the Civil War in 1865, the transatlantic trade in African slaves continued.

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