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In this undated image posted on former President George W. Bush's Instagram account Bush, right, delivers pizzas to his secret service detail in Florida. The photo posted on Bush's Instagram and Facebook pages shows him delivering pizzas to the detail. On his posting, Bush said he and wife Laura "are grateful to our Secret Service personnel and the thousands of federal employees who are working hard for our country without a paycheck." He also said "it's time for leaders on both sides to put politics aside, come together, and end this shutdown."

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Former US President George W. Bush touches his fathers casket after speaking during the State Funeral for former President George H.W. Bush, at the National Cathedral, in Washington.

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Former US President George W. Bush fights back tears as he speaks during the State Funeral for his father, former President George H.W. Bush, at the National Cathedral, in Washington.

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Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, from left, former first lady Laura Bush and former President George W. Bush watch as the flag-draped casket of former President George H.W. Bush arrives at a State Funeral at the National Cathedral, in Washington.

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President George W. Bush and wife Laura Bush greets President Donald Trump, first lady Melania Trump, former President Barack Obama, Michelle Obama, former President Bill Clinton, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, former President Jimmy Carter, and Rosalynn Carter during a State Funeral for former President George H.W. Bush at the National Cathedral, in Washington.

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President George W. Bush greets President Donald Trump, first lady Melania Trump, former President Barack Obama, Michelle Obama, former President Bill Clinton, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and former President Jimmy Carter during a State Funeral for former President George H.W. Bush at the National Cathedral, in Washington.

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President Donald Trump, right, is greeted by former President George Bush and former first lady Laura Bush outside the Blair House across the street from the White House in Washington.

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Family members watch as the flag-draped casket of former President George H.W. Bush is carried by a joint services military honor guard to lie in state in the rotunda of the U.S. Capitol in Washington.

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Former US President George W. Bush, with former first lady Laura Bush, listens to eulogies for his father, President George H.W. Bush, as he lies in state at the Capitol Rotunda where in Washington.

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Former US President George W. Bush, Laura Bush, left, and other family members watch as the flag-draped casket of former President George H.W. Bush is carried by a joint services military honor guard to lie in state in the rotunda of the U.S. Capitol in Washington.

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She was the first lady to the 41st president of the US and mother of the 43rd. As such, the fun­eral of the recently dep­arted Barbara Bush was a congregation of former power. Alongside the grieving George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush were Barack Obama and Bill Clinton with their wives. Not only a ple­asing picture, it also ­presented a Democrat-Republican bipartisanship sorely missing from Washington politics of the day.

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In this photo provided by the Office of former U.S. President George H.W. Bush, shows Bush, front center, and past presidents and first ladies Laura Bush, from left, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, Michelle Obama and Melania Trump in a group photo at the funeral service for first lady Barbara Bush, in Houston.

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Former Presidents George W. Bush, left, and George H.W. Bush arrive at St. Martin's Episcopal Church for a funeral service for former first lady Barbara Bush, in Houston.

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Former President George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush, followed by former first lady Laura Bush follow as pallbearers carry the casket of former first lady Barbara Bush after a funeral service at St. Martin's Episcopal Church, in Houston.

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Former President George W. Bush, left, talks with Franklin Graham as he arrives to pay respects to Billy Graham during a public viewing at the Billy Graham Library in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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Former US President George W. Bush with Manmohan Singh

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Former President George W. Bush throws the ceremonial first pitch before Game 5 of baseball's World Series between the Houston Astros and the Los Angeles Dodgers in Houston.

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Former Presidents from right, Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, George H.W. Bush and Jimmy Carter gather on stage during a hurricanes relief concert in College Station, Texas.

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Former President George W. Bush, center, speaks as fellow former Presidents from right, Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush and Jimmy Carter look on during a hurricanes relief concert in College Station, Texas.

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Former Presidents from right, Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, George H.W. Bush and Jimmy Carter gather on stage at the opening of a hurricanes relief concert in College Station, Texas.

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Former Presidents from right, Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, George H.W. Bush and Jimmy Carter place their hands on their chest for the national anthem on stage at the opening of a hurricanes relief concert in College Station, Texas. All five living former U.S. presidents joined to support a Texas concert raising money for relief efforts from Hurricane Harvey, Irma and Maria's devastation in Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

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Former President George W. Bush and wife Laura Bush arrive near the east front steps of the Capitol Building before President-elect Donald Trump is sworn in at the 58th Presidential Inauguration on Capitol Hill in Washington.

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Republican presidential candidate and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, accompanied by his brother former President George W. Bush and George's wife Laura Bush, takes the stage during a campaign stop in North Charleston, S.C.

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President George W Bush was fully aware of and an "integral part" of the CIA's torture of terror suspects, his vice-president Dick Cheney has said. Speaking to Fox News, Cheney denied Bush was kept out of the loop. He said the then-president "was in fact an integral part of the program and he had to approve it."

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George W. Bush, President of the United States 2001-2009. (Self-portrait)
Bush, who was the 43rd president, signs his works "43." He quipped: "I tell people that the signature on my paintings is worth more than the paintings."

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A portrait of the Dalai Lama which is part of the exhibit "The Art of Leadership: A President's Diplomacy," is on display at the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum in Dallas, USA.

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Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, Laura Bush, Former U.S. President Bill Clinton and Former U.S. President George W. Bush listen to speakers during the memorial service for former South African president Nelson Mandela at the FNB Stadium in Soweto near Johannesburg.

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President Barack Obama, former president George W. Bush, former president William J. Clinton former President George H.W. Bush and former president Jimmy Carter at the dedication of the George W. Bush Presidential Center in Dallas.

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Former first lady Laura Bush, former President George W. Bush, first lady Michelle Obama and President Barack Obama observe a moment of silence as friends and relatives of the victims of 9/11 gather for a ceremony marking the 10th anniversary of the attacks at the National September 11 Memorial at the World Trade Center site, in New York.

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In this May 10, 2011 photo provided by the George W. Bush Presidential Center, from left, former U.S. President George W Bush, the Dalai Lama, former first lady Laura Bush, and Barbara Bush pose for a photo in Dallas. The Dalai Lama has donated an early draft of what became the 1963 Tibetan Constitution to the George W. Bush Institute.

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American Presidential visits to India.

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Ever close George Bush, Manmohan Singh in New Delhi in March 2006

Former President George W. Bush shares a moment with workers of a mango warehouse in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Bush arrived in Haiti to visit organisations supported by the Clinton-Bush Haiti Fund and to reassure investors that the money spent would help the nation "get back on their feet."

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July 18, 2005
US President George W. Bush, first lady Laura Bush, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his wife, Gursharan Kaur, at the White House in Washington. Singh was the honoree at one of the few gala White House dinners of Bush's presidency.

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Former U.S. President George W. Bush shows a pitching form, wearing a university's baseball jacket, during his visit to Waseda University in Tokyo, Japan.

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Muntadar al-Zeidi, center, an Iraqi reporter who threw his shoes at former President George W. Bush, is seen on his release from a Baghdad prison.

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Former President Bush walks out with President Barack Obama, on the North Portico of the White House.

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President Barack Obama and former President George W. Bush sing the national anthem at the end of swearing-in ceremonies

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U.S. President Bush waves after speaking about his war policy at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. In a major speech, Bush has said he will not accept "anything less than complete victory" in Iraq and refused to set an "artificial deadline" to withdraw US troops, saying it was "not a plan for victory". His comments came soon after the release of a new Iraq strategy document, titled "Our National Strategy for Victory in Iraq," which rejects calls for a withdrawal timetable and details the future American political, security and economic strategy in the country.

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A poster of President Bush at a bus stop, reading "The Man of War, the World Wants Peace! Out Bush!", urges the population to protest on November 4, against Bush's visit in Brasilia, Brazil. Bush visits Brazil on Sunday, November 6.

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U.S. President Bush waves before boarding Air Force One at Landvetter Airport in Goteborg, Sweden. Bush leaves Sweden after taking part in a summit with the European Union. The next stop on his European tour is Warsaw, Poland.

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A souvenir shop displays traditional Russian wooden dolls along with one featuring U.S. President George W. Bush in old town Bascarsija in Sarajevo.

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President Bush, celebrating the Fourth of July holiday in Philadelphia, poses with city's baseball mascot, the "Philly Phanatic".

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Demonstrators parade a donkey named "America" in Bombay, after U.S. President George W. Bush named his cat "India." They demanded that the cat's name be changed before the 15th of August, which is India's Independence Day.

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US President Bush shakes hand with US soldiers in Camp Bondsteel, south east of Pristina, Kosovo. President Bush made a brief visit to the US soldiers serving in Kosovo.

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Pope John Paul II and President Bush talk during their first meeting at the Pontiff's summer residence in Castel Gandolfo near Rome. The Pope urged President Bush to bar the creation of human embryos for research.

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Britian's Prime Minister Tony Blair walks out with President Bush before addressing reporters in the White House.

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President Bush gestures towards Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee as they talk with reporters in the Grand Foyer of the White House.

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President Bush makes a statement to the media at the Bush Ranch in Crawford, Texas, on the release of eight foreign aid workers, who had been held by the Taliban. Bush said the Red Cross and other "people on the ground" facilitated U.S. troops' ability to rescue the aid workers, but the president wouldn't say whether the people were U.S.-backed anti-Taliban groups or others.

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A man takes a close look at games titled "Laden vs USA" in downtown Kuala Lumpur. The game is on sale at RM 15 ($U.S. 4) per unit.

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A Filipino protester wearing a mask of Uncle Sam shows peace sign as he carries an effigy of Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo depicted as dog during protest demonstration in Makati district, Philippines. The demonstrators opposed the U.S. military involvement in the pursuit of Muslim extremist group Abu Sayyaf, in southern Philippines.

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President Bush gives his State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress in Capitol Hill, Washington. Bush opened by saying, As we gather tonight, our nation is at war, our economy is in recession, and the civilized world faces unprecedented dangers. Yet the state of our Union has never been stronger.

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A South Korean protester silently confronts riot police officers trying to stop the group of about 50 protesters from marching to the Presidential Palace where U.S. President George W. Bush and South Korean counterpart Kim Dae-jung were meeting in Seoul.

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U.S. President Bush and China's President Jiang Zemin shake hands at the end of a joint press conference at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing.

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President George W. Bush, and Chinese Vice President Hu Jintao, before a speech at Tsinghua University in Beijing. Bush was ending his weeklong Asian tour with a visit to the Great Wall and an appeal to Chinese youth to embrace human rights and religious tolerance.

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South Korean protesters shout anti-U.S. slogans to oppose the visit of President George W. Bush to Seoul. Bush is scheduled to fly into Seoul from Tokyo for meetings with South Korean leaders as part of his Asian tour.

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Chinese military policemen stand guard in front of a line of trees around St. Regis Hotel where President George W. Bush will stay during his two-day visit to Beijing. Exactly 30 years after former U.S. President Richard Nixon's historic visit to China in 1972, Bush will start his official visit on 21 February 2002.

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Undated picture of US President George Bush and Osama bin Laden dolls. It was reported in British national newspapers that the Osama Bin Laden doll was dramatically outselling Tony Blair doll. The plastic Prime Minister, complete with fixed grin, ruffled hair and dressed in an army uniform, has not sold a single model in its first six weeks on offer. On contrast, sales of the bin Laden doll on US-based Internet site herobuilders.com are already approaching 5,000.

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Protesters hold up a poster showing President Bush and Adolf Hitler during a demonstration against the visit of Bush to Germany. Some 20,000 people took to the streets to protest against Bush and the expansion of the "war against terrorism."

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U.S. President Bush, with Vice President Dick Cheney tells reporters that Saddam Hussein "won't fool anybody" with his promise to admit weapons inspectors, during a meeting with congressional Leaders in the White House Oval Office.

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President Bush speaks during a news conference in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, breaking a silence he has kept since Tuesday's sweeping gains by Republicans. Bush has not taken questions from reporters in a formal setting since 26 Oct.2002, and has not had a wide-ranging news conference since 8 July 2002.

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20 November 2002: U.S. President George W. Bush and Czech President Vaclav Havel face reporters following their private talks at Prague Castle before the start of the NATO Summit in Prague. Leaders of the 19 NATO nations are meeting to adopt measures aimed at strengthening the alliance's capabilities for fighting terrorism.

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A group of Japanese protesters wearing U.S. President George W. Bush masks sing and dance during their peace rally in front of U.S. Embassy in Tokyo to protest a possible war with Iraq.

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Tony Blair, Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar, George Bush, and Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Manuel Durao Barrosoat at a hurriedly arranged meeting on the Azores island, Sunday, March 16, 2003.

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George Bush and Tony Blair smile as they face the media following their overnight war summit at Camp David, Thursday, March 27, 2003.

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George Bush and Tony Blair meet in the courtyard of Hillsborough Castle, Northern Ireland, Tuesday, April 8, 2003 to discuss reconstruction in Iraq as well as peace efforts in Northern Ireland and the Middle East.

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US President George Bush wears a cranial protector and goggles while watching planes roar off the deck of the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln off the California coast Thursday, May 1, 2003. Bush declared that the major combat in Iraq is finished during a speech aboard the carrier.

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US President George Bush sits with longtime State Department official L. Paul Bremer who is being appointed to be the civil administrator in Iraq, in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, Tuesday, May 6, 2003. Bremer is a former ambassador and head of the US State Department's counterterrorism office.

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FRIDAY, MAY 23
George Bush and Japan's Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi walk together at Bush's ranch in Crawford, Texas. Bush and Koizumi said that 'tougher measures' will be warranted against North Korea if it escalates nuclear tensions.

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US soldiers and Iraqi police gather at a van shortly after unknown men lobbed a grenade at a passing convoy in Baghdad, Thursday, June 26, 2003. US forces were escorting the two vehicles when the attack happened and two of the Iraqi occupants were instantly killed.

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MONDAY, JUNE 2
French President Jacques Chirac places his hand on the shoulder of U.S. President George W. Bush during a bi-lateral meeting during the G8 summit in Evian, France.

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George Bush answers reporters' questions during a meeting with United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan in the Oval Office of the White House, Monday, July 14, 2003. Bush defended the quality of intelligence he receives as 'darn good' despite an uproar over disputed reports that Iraq tried to buy uranium from Africa for nuclear weapons.

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MONDAY, JUNE 9
George Bush drops by during a meeting between Lal Krishna Advani and Condoleezza Rice at the White House in Washington.

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The United Nations General Assembly opened its 58th session on Tuesday. It went true to form. Everybody performed true to script: Secretary-general Kofi Annan condemned unilateralism; George W. Bush, after his last year's threats, asked for UN participation, France and Germany delivered their own takes and, of course, the good General Musharraf went brazenly ballistic, only to be snubbed by the prime minister. A good annual outing was had by all.

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President Bush meets with Pakistan's Prime Minister Zafarullah Khan Jamali in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington. The United States condemnded cross-border terrorism but said there still existed opportunities for dialogue between India and Pakistan.

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Protesters display cutouts of U.S. President George W. Bush during a rally near the U.S. Embassy in Manila to protest the U.S. president's visit to Philippines this weekend. In his 8 hour visit Bush will meet President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, one of America's staunchest allies, and will address the joint session of the Philippine Congress.

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Protestors chant anti-American slogans during a demonstration against the arrival of U.S. President George Bush in Solo, Indonesia. Bush will visit the resort island on Wednesday for a few hours and plans to meet Indonesian President Megawati Sukarnoputri and top Muslim leaders.

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Protesters mocking US President Bush and Australian Prime Minister John Howard participate in an anti-Bush protest in Sydney, just hours before the arrival of President Bush on a 21-hour visit. About 2,000 people chanting 'Go home Bush' and 'Iraq for Iraqis, troops out now' marched from Town Hall to the U.S. consulate blocking downtown streets of the nation's largest city in the evening rush hour.

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Iraqis celebrate next to a burning U.S. Army vehicle in the western end of Fallujah, outside Baghdad. Witnesses claimed four Americans were carried away on stretchers in an attack on a three-vehicle convoy, but there was no comment from U.S. Army officials.

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President Bush with Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe in the Oval Office of the White House. The Prime Minister rushed back to Colombo to grapple with his political foe President Chandrika Kumaratunga after securing Washington's support to the peace process with Tamil tigers.

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U.S. President George W. Bush inspects an honour guard at Buckingham Palace London on the first day of his state visit to United Kingdom. He is the first U.S President on a full state visit to UK in 80 years. Bush defended the war in Iraq, saying 'military might must at times be used to confront the continuing, global danger of terrorism'.

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U.S. President George W. Bush inspects an honour guard at Buckingham Palace London on the first day of his state visit to United Kingdom. He is the first U.S President on a full state visit to UK in 80 years. Apart from the thronging protests that greeted him were as many as 60 open letters published by the Guardian of London with advice such as,

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President Bush leaves Air Force One early Friday morning after his surprise visit to Iraq to spend Thanksgiving dinner with troops. 'You are defending the American people from danger and we are grateful,' Bush told some 600 soldiers who were stunned and delighted by his appearance.

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President George Bush and Mexican President Vicente Fox at a press conference during the Summit of the Americas in Monterrey, Mexico. In a statement released on the sidelines of the summit, President Bush announced that India and the U.S. will expand cooperation in critical areas of civilian nuclear activities, civilian space programme, high-technology trade and will also have an 'expanded dialogue' on missile defence. Prime Minister Vajpayee welcomed President Bush's statement and said that 'the vision of the India-US strategic partnership is now becoming a reality.'

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Anti-war protesters hold signs outside the Capitol during the President Bush's State of The Union address. President Bush unapologetically defended his decision to invade Iraq last year in his address and insisted that it had made the United States safer and vowed never to seek permission to wage war in self-defence.

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14 FebruaryGeorge W. Bush during his time in the Texas Air National Guard, 1968-73 in this photo released by the White House. The White House released President Bush's National Guard records in a bid to refute accusations that he shirked military duties during the Vietnam war. Bush was trained as a pilot while a member of the Texas and Alabama Air National Guard but never flew in combat. His opponents claim that Bush used his family influence to join the National Guard to avoid being drafted into units being sent to the war in Vietnam and spent much of 1972 helping a political campaign in Alabama

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A South Korean student in a Bush mask aims his toy machine gun at another student impersonating as an Iraqi victim in protest against the US military presence in Iraq in Seoul. The protesters demanded the withdrawal of US and South Korean troops out of Iraq as well as the planned dispatch of more South Korean troops.

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Italian riot police protect themselves from crackers thrown at them in Piazza Venezia Square, site of the Monument of the Unknown Soldier, during a protest against the visit by U.S. President George Bush to Rome. Tens of thousands of anti-war protesters took to the streets 'No Bush, No War'. Organisers claim 150,000 people turned out for the protests, while police put the figure at 25,000. Bush is in Italy to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Rome's liberation in the Second World War.

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President Bush holds his wind-blown umbrella upright as he walks from Marine One towards Air Force One during a rainstorm at Andrews Air Force Base.

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It had to be a secret. President Bush holds up a turkey platter for U.S. troops at Baghdad International Airport in Baghdad. Bush paid a surprise Thanksgiving day visit to American troops in Baghdad.

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The dark tea time of the soul. U.S. President George W. Bush grabs a beer tap as Prime Minister Tony Blair laughs during a visit to the Dun Cow pub in the Prime Minister's constituency Sedgefield. Dubya only had tea.

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Tuesday 10 August President Bush walks from the Oval Office to the Rose Garden at the White House with the newly nominated CIA Director Porter Goss. Goss, a Republican Congressman and the head of the House of Representatives intelligence committee, will replace George Tenet who resigned as CIA chief last month. Sixty-five year-old Goss is a former officer with the US army intelligence and the CIA and has served in Congress since 1989. His appointment came at a time when the CIA is facing severe criticism for intelligence failures ahead of the 11 September 2001 attacks and for the "baseless" evidence on Iraq's Weapons of Mass Destruction.

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George Bush and Thabo Mbeki are seen through a saluting South African presidential honor guard member at the Union Building in Pretoria, South Africa, Wednesday, July 9, 2003.

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Sunday 29 August Demonstrators march past Madison Square Garden during the anti-Bush march organised by United for Peace and Justice in New York on the eve of the Republican National Convention. Around 500,000 protesters, led by activists including filmmaker Michael Moore and former presidential hopeful Jesse Jackson, marched against US policy in the Middle East, against the war in Iraq, against the Bush administration's environmental policy and the Republican Party's opposition to abortion and gay marriage. There were no immediate reports of incidents or injuries during the march, which followed smaller demonstrations over the weekend that led to nearly 300 arrests. The Republican convention is being held just a short distance from the site of the World Trade Center, which was destroyed in the 11 September 2001 attacks - and just a few days before the third anniversary of those attacks.

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President Bush is joined on stage by First Lady Laura Bush at the end of the Republican National Convention in New York. Bush gave one of the biggest speeches of his re-election campaign, defending his record, notably the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, and set out his vision for the next four years. Earlier, Bush formally accepted the Republican Party's nomination, and told the convention that he was "running for President with a clear and positive plan to build a safer world" and vowed to stay "on the offensive" against terrorists worldwide.

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