George W. Bush CA

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In History
  • birth date and place

    birth date and place
    New Haven, Connecticut
  • graduated in 1968 from Yale

    graduated in 1968 from Yale
    went for a history degree
  • graduates Harvard Business school

    graduates Harvard Business  school
    Graduate with an M.B.A Degree ( Master business Degree)
  • Married Laura Welch

    Married Laura Welch
  • Jenna Bush Hager and Barbara Bush born

    Jenna Bush Hager and Barbara Bush born
    Bush twins born fratetal twin sisters
  • George W. Bush becomes the CEO of The Texas Rangers

    George W. Bush becomes the CEO of The Texas Rangers
    Important because that was one of his jobs
  • George W. Bush sells the Texas Rangers

    George W. Bush sells the Texas Rangers
    Important because he becomes the 46th governor of texas
  • Contested election

    Contested election
    the Republic and Democratic candidate
  • George W. Bush inauguration

    George W. Bush inauguration
    his first term as President
  • Bans Abortion aid

    Bans Abortion aid
    reinstates the ban on aid to international groups performing or counseling on abortion
  • 9/11

    9/11
    the day the twin towers were destroyed
  • declares war with Iraq

    declares war with Iraq
    Saddam Hussein was supposed to leave at 8:00 and he didn't leave so at 10:15 Bush declared war on Iraq
  • Mission Accomplished: the End of the Iraq war

    Mission Accomplished: the End of the Iraq war
    George W. Bush declares that operations in Iraq are over and that they are going to keep looking for banned weapons
  • CCI releases 9/11 findings

     CCI releases 9/11 findings
    release an 800-page report on the intelligence failures up to the terrorist attack of 9/11
  • bans late term Abortions

    bans late term Abortions
    it was the first law to ban an abortion procedure since Roe v Wade
  • Retaking Fallujah

    Retaking Fallujah
    U.S. troops launch an assault to retake the city of Fallujah, Iraq, in the largest military operation since the initial invasion in March of 2003.
  • George W. Bush Second Inauguration

    George W. Bush Second Inauguration
    His second term as President
  • Hussein to be tried for war crimes

    Hussein to be tried for war crimes
    Saddam Hussien is getting a war crimes trial
  • Persuading North Korea to end nuclear pursuit

    Persuading North Korea to end nuclear pursuit
    South Korean President Roh Moo Hyun meets George W. Bush to Talk about inviting North Korea to the six-party talks about ending North Korea's search for nuclear weapons
  • John G. Rogers appointed as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court

    John G. Rogers appointed as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
    Roberts replaces William Rehnquist who died in office and was President Bush's first nominee to the Court
  • Alito appointed to Supreme Court

    Alito appointed to Supreme Court
    The Senate Judiciary Committee approves President Bush’s nomination of Samuel A. Alito, Jr., to the U.S. Supreme Court by a vote of 10-8. Previously, concerns were voiced over the disruption of the court’s ideological balance that would result from conservative Alito’s replacement of moderate Sandra Day O’Connor.
  • Saddam Hussein hanged

     Saddam Hussein hanged
    hanged for Crimes against Humanity since 1982
  • U.S. attacks al-Qaeda in Somalia

    U.S. attacks al-Qaeda in Somalia
    The U.S. Air Force launches an air attack on extremist militias and suspected al-Qaeda operatives in Somalia.
  • Increasing troops in Iraq

    Increasing troops in Iraq
    Bush announces what would be termed a “troop surge” in Iraq in an attempt to increase security in the capital of Baghdad and smother insurgency centers throughout the country.
  • General David Petraeus takes over

    General David Petraeus takes over
    General David Petraeus takes over command of the multinational forces in Iraq to oversee the surge.
  • Bush vetoes troop removal

    Bush vetoes troop removal
    Bush vetoes a war spending bill passed by Congress, which set a timetable for troop withdrawal from Iraq. Within days Bush reaches a record low approval rating.
  • U.S. strike kills al-Libi

    U.S. strike kills al-Libi
    U.S. missile strikes in Pakistan kill a top al-Qaeda leader, Abu Laith al-Libi, who trained terror operatives in the region.
  • Roadside bomb ups U.S. death toll in Iraq

    Roadside bomb ups U.S. death toll in Iraq
    After a roadside bomb exploded in Baghdad, the U.S. death toll for the war in Iraq reached 4,000.
  • Iraqi military regains control

    Iraqi military regains control
    U.S. forces hand over control of Anbar Province to the Iraqi military and police, who will now be responsible for maintaining order there.
  • Senate approves nuclear trade with India

    Senate approves an end to the long-standing ban on trading nuclear fuels with India, who will be able to purchase fuel on the market as long as it is for civilian purposes.