#WomensHistoryMonth In 2005, Chef Cristeta "Cris" Comerford became the first woman to serve as the White House Executive Chef, responsible for designing and executing menus for state dinners, social events, holiday functions, receptions, and official luncheons hosted by President George W. Bush and Mrs. Laura Bush. #CoolJob

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#HonoringHeroes President George W. Bush pays tribute to our military veterans in #PortraitsofCourage goo.gl/oDmrvY

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#NationalMedalofHonorDay #HonoringHeroes

The Medal of Honor is awarded to members of the Armed Forces who distinguish themselves conspicuously by gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of their own lives above and beyond the call of duty. To justify this decoration, the deed performed must have been one of personal bravery and self-sacrifice so conspicuous as to clearly distinguish the...
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Happy Birthday to multiple Grammy winner and "Queen of Soul" Aretha Franklin!

Presented the ‘05 Presidential Medal of Freedom by President George W. Bush, the citation read, “Franklin has recorded more than 20 number-one singles and revolutionized American music. Her instantly recognizable voice has captivated listeners ever since she toured with her father's gospel revue in the 1950s. She is...
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#FLOTUS_Friday #WomensHistoryMonth ’08 - First Lady Laura Bush hugged a young girl after she was presented a bouquet of flowers upon her arrival at the San Clemente Health Center in San Clemente, Peru. Mrs. Bush visited the center and participated in interactive demonstrations depicting community-based health training.

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#HonoringHeroes President George W. Bush shared the stories behind #PortraitsofCourage @seanhannity goo.gl/kTvnrV

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President Bush shares stories behind 'Portraits of Courage'

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#NationalPuppyDay Future President George W. Bush played with the family dogs at Walker's Point, Kennebunkport, Maine in Spring 1947. More great photos: goo.gl/bI2nPs
#HonoringHeroes President George W. Bush paints love letters to the men and women he sent to war #PortraitsofCourage, saying “I think about their troubles and their joys.” goo.gl/aE8UDK

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George W. Bush Paints Love Letters to the Men and Women He Sent to War: ‘I Think About Their Troubles and Their Joys’

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#NationalNutritionMonth President George W. Bush and Mrs. Laura Bush helped volunteers pack food during their ’02 visit to the Capital Area Food Bank in Washington, D.C.

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#HonoringHeroes President George W. Bush recently opened up to FOX News’ Sean Hannity about #PortraitsofCourage, learning to paint, and pets as his first subjects: goo.gl/MKtrcL

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George W. Bush opens up about 'Portraits of Courage'

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#WomensHistoryMonth Mrs. Laura Bush attended a ’06 meeting at the National Center for Women's Development in Abuja, Nigeria. Mrs. Bush addressed the organization and attended a women's empowerment roundtable.

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Won’t you be my neighbor? Happy Birthday to the late Fred Rogers!

President George W. Bush presented the ’02 Presidential Medal of Freedom to Mister Rogers for his work encouraging the healthy emotional growth of children and their families. For more than 3 decades, Mister Rogers' Neighborhood was the longest running program in the history of public broadcasting. An ordained Presbyterian...
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#FirstDayofSpring Barney and Miss Beazley admired the ‘Laura Bush’ tulips and hyacinth blooms along the walkway in the East Garden at the ’08 White House.

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Records related to the nomination and appointment of Neil M. #Gorsuch to the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, and his consideration for other positions within the George W. Bush Administration have been released and are now available to the public: goo.gl/PyxPNW
#HonoringHeroes President George W. Bush honors war veterans with a paintbrush #PortraitsofCourage goo.gl/DZ5nX5

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President George W. Bush honors war veterans with a paintbrush

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Happy Birthday to President Grover Cleveland, born #OTD 1837 in Caldwell, New Jersey.

The first Democrat elected after the Civil War in 1885, Cleveland was the only President to leave the White House and return for a second term four years later (1885-1889 and 1893-1897). The only President married in the White House, he married 21-year-old Frances Folsom June 1886.

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Enjoy the beautiful Texas #springweather with FREE Bluebonnet Tours at the George W. Bush Presidential Library in #Dallas. Saturdays, 10 & 11am. goo.gl/Yw3OtO
#FLOTUS_Friday #WomensHistoryMonth '08 - First Lady Laura Bush greeted women and their children at the GHESKIO HIV/AIDS Center's Women's Clinic in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

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Happy #SaintPatricksDay! President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush received a bowl of #Shamrock from Ireland's Prime Minister Bertie Ahern during the '04 ceremony celebrating St. Patrick's Day in the Roosevelt Room.

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Happy Birthday to President James Madison, born #OTD 1751 in Port Conway, Virginia.

Madison wrote the first drafts of the U.S. Constitution, co-wrote the Federalist Papers, and sponsored the Bill of Rights. He established the Democrat-Republican Party with President Thomas Jefferson, and became president himself in 1808. Madison initiated the War of 1812, and served 2 terms in the White...
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