George W. Bush, who was America’s leader on 9/11, delivered remarks on the 20th anniversary of the attack at the Flight 93 National Memorial in Shanksville, Pennsylvania.
On an otherwise unremarkable Tuesday morning, President George W. Bush was in Florida to discuss education initiatives at an elementary school. But that visit was interrupted by the worst terror attack on American soil.
Former President George W. Bush repeated his criticism of the Republican Party, warning members the GOP will cease to exist if they choose to isolate themselves from other races and cultures.
The election was challenged in court. There were objections to the certification of the electoral college. The new president lost the popular vote. As much as those words could be applied to today's America, they can also be said about the fight over the 2000 election between George W. Bush and Al Gore.
In 1961, John Kennedy stood on the lectern of America's gleaming Capitol Building, amidst a sea of people, raised his right hand, and repeated the presidential oath of office.