George H. W. Bush


Who was Bush’s vice president?

Bush chose conservative Dan Quayle, a U.S. senator from Indiana. Quayle had managed to defeat the longtime Democratic senator Birch Bayh, even though there was a popular conception that Quayle was not the brightest politician. He went on to make some memorable gaffes in spelling and speaking during his time as vice president.


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