Do you miss George H. W. Bush as the president of the United States?
George H.W. Bush was the 41st man to be the leader of the country, between 1989 and 1993. He was a World War II hero, and then he served and represented America with exceptional distinction in plenty of significant positions before he became the vice president of the country and then the head of the US.
Even though both he and his wife, Barbara Bush, are no longer with us—they both died in 2018, a couple of months apart from each other—it seems like people want to remember what it was like to have them as president and first lady.
Moreover, George H.W. Bush was the last man in the role of the leader of the country with any former foreign policy experience, which was definitely a plus for America. Thanks to the amazing experience that he accumulated before coming to the White House, he had one of the most fantastic resumes of any leader.
Before he became the president of America, he also worked as an ambassador to the United Nations, director of the Central Intelligence Agency, and vice president under Ronald Reagan’s presidential mandate.
So yes, he was indeed a very smart and strong man, capable of handling many problems the country faced. But why do people miss him as the leader? Let’s find out on the next page.