George W. Bush
43rd President of the United States
|Date of birth||6 July 1946|
George Walker Bush
|Country of citizenship|
|Member of political party|
Bush speaking. Brazil, November 6, 2005.
Bush with the Joint Chiefs of Staff, May 2007.
Angela Merkel, Washington D.C.
Tony Blair at the Whitehouse, April 16, 2004
Tony Blair at a NATO meting in Istanbul, Turkey, June 28, 2004
Tony Blair at the Whitehouse, November 12, 2004
Göran Persson and Romano Prodi at the EU-US summit in Gothenburg, Sweden, June 14, 2001
Göran Persson in the Oval Office, April 28, 2004
Thabo Mbeki with wives
Thabo Mbeki touching glasses
Pope Ioannes Paulus II in Vatican in 2001
Pope Ioannes Paulus II in Vatican in 2004, presenting him the Medal of Freedom
James Wolfensohn, president of the World Bank, April 14, 2005
Traian Basescu, president of Romania, March 9, 2005
Viktor Yushchenko April 4, 2005
Paul Wolfowitz March 16, 2005
Vicente Fox, March 23, 2005
Bertie Ahern, March 17, 2005
Bülent Ecevit, January 16, 2005
With Danish prime minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen
Mohammed VI of Morocco, in the Oval Office, on April 23, 2003.
Ray Nagin, Gulf Coast and those areas left devastated by Hurricane Katrina, September 2, 2005.
Gerhard Schröder, March 29, 2001.
José Manuel Durão Barroso, Prime Minister of Portugal, in the Oval Office, 6 Jun 2003
Angela Merkel, Chancellor of Germany, in the White House, 13 Jan 2006
Vladimir Putin of Russia, in the Western White House, November 2001.
with Afghan President Hamid Karzai in Kabul, March 2006
Stephen Harper July 8, 2006
Tony Blair at the Whitehouse, July 28, 2006
President Alan García of Peru with George W. Bush, October 10, 2006, in the Oval Office
Jan Peter Balkenende Prime Minister of the Netherlands March 2004
President of Poland Lech Kaczynski, June 2007
with Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili in Tbilisi, May 2005
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown and his wife Sarah
Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt in the Oval Office on May 15, 2007
Bush as he signs different lawsEdit
Bush & IraqEdit
George W. Bush receives a phone call from John Kerry in which the senator conceded defeat in the 2004 presidential election Wednesday, November 3, 2004.