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Pictures: Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee

Queen Elizabeth II is greeted by US President George W. Bush on the North Portico of the White House upon arrival for a State Dinner 07 May 2006 in Washington, DC, the first white-tie and tails event of the six-year Bush presidency.

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George w. bush & cabinet pray before meeting sept 11 9/11 - 8x10 photo (ep-635)

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Just when you think he couldn't be more shameless, President Bush charged $100,000 for a speech to wounded veterans. This after starting the Iraq War based on lies to profit himself and Pentagon contractors, and which has claimed the lives of 1 million innocent Iraqis, 22 veteran suicides per day, and cost $4 trillion. SHARE if you agree Bush should be in prison for war crimes instead of profiting from innocent people's suffering!

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from Mail Online

Obama delivers rousing speech at Smithsonian African American museum

First Lady Michelle Obama and Former President George W Bush shared a sweet embrace at the...

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George W. Bush, the 43rd President of the United States / Anyone that can fill the shoes of Commander & Chief.... deserves admiration from all Americans

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from Mail Online

The ex-Presidents' club (and their wives): Extraordinary gathering of First Families past and present at opening of George W. Bush library

Former president George W. Bush wipes a tear after his speech during the dedication of the George W. Bush Presidential Center

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from Telegraph.co.uk

The Queen's birthday - 85 years in pictures

George W Bush winks as he and the Queen deliver speeches at the White House on 7 May 2007

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from the Guardian

George W Bush's new 'crusade': converting Jews to Christianity

Some people think George W Bush did as much as he could to bring about Armageddon with his earlier interventions in the Middle East. But not...

'Blessed are the young, for they shall inherit the national debt' Herbert Hoover (31st President) 1929-1933. President during the Great Depression.

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