George W. Bush


Who was Bush’s vice president?

Richard “Dick” Cheney served as Bush’s vice president for his two terms in office. Cheney previously had served as secretary of state for Bush’s father, George H. W. Bush. Cheney was known for his strong defense of conservative positions and his unwillingness to back down from political opponents. One example occurred when cameras caught Cheney using some choice words in an argument with Democratic senator Patrick Leahy.


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