George W. Bush

Early Life and Family

What did his father do for a living?

His father, George H. W. Bush, was a success in both private and public life. He is most famous for serving as the forty-first president of the United States—from 1989 to 1993, before losing a reelection bid to Bill Clinton. The Bushes join John Adams and John Quincy Adams as the only fathers and sons to hold the title of chief executive.


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