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Barack Obama, Bill Clinton & More Former U.S. Presidents Respond to Queen Elizabeth's Death

Former Presidents Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, Jimmy Carter, George W. Bush and Donald Trump have released statements regarding the death of Queen Elizabeth.

The Queen passed away Thursday (September 8) at the age of 96.

She ruled for an iconic and historic 70 years and interacted with all of the living former Presidents at some time during their tenures in office.

Click inside to see how each former President responded to the newsMore Here! »

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George W. Bush Finally Reveals Who He Voted for in 2020 Election (It Wasn't Biden OR Trump)

George W. Bush has finally revealed who he voted for in the 2020 presidential election and it wasn’t for either Joe Biden or Donald Trump.

The 74-year-old former President of the United States spoke about his vote in a new interview to promote his book of paintings, “Out of Many, One.”

The person who received Bush‘s vote wasn’t even running for office and the person has ties to his time as president.

Click inside to find out who received Bush’s vote… More Here! »

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Every Living Former President, Except Donald Trump, Participates in Coronavirus Vaccine Campaign

Every living former President, except for Donald Trump, including Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, Barack Obama teamed up for a campaign urging Americans to get the coronavirus vaccine. Their respective first ladies including Rosalynn Carter, Hillary Clinton, Laura Bush, and Michelle Obama, were also featured in the campaign.

In the video, Bush can be heard saying it will “soon be available to everyone,” with Obama saying it “will protect you and those you love from this dangerous and deadly disease.”

The pandemic has claimed the lives of over 500,000 Americans since it started last March. We’re on the one year anniversary that the deadly virus caused mass lockdowns across the country.

Watch the brand new ad campaign, and be sure to speak with your doctor about the COVID-19 vaccine.

Barack Obama, Michelle Obama, Bill Clinton, & Hillary Clinton Arrive at Presidential Inauguration 2021

The Obamas and the Clintons have officially arrived at the 2021 Presidential Inauguration!

Former President Barack Obama and Former First Lady Michelle Obama, as well as former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrived on the West Front of the U.S. Capitol for the swearing in of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris in Washington, DC.

Also seen at the event was former President George W. Bush and Laura Bush.

Find out what Joe Biden and Kamala Harris did on inauguration day morning as they await their big moment.

FYI: Hillary Clinton is wearing Ralph Lauren. Michelle Obama is wearing Sergio Hudson.

Check out all of the photos in the gallery of this post…More Here! »

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George W. Bush Calls Joe Biden & Kamala Harris to Congratulate Them on Victory & Calls Election 'Fundamentally Fair'

George W. Bush is congratulating Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.

The 74-year-old former President of the United States gave his well wishes to President-elect Biden and Vice President-elect Harris on Sunday (November 8).

“The fact that so many of our fellow citizens participated in this election is a positive sign of the health of our democracy and a reminder to the world of its strength,” he said of the election in a statement, the results of which the current President continues to dispute without evidence.

“No matter how you voted, your vote counted. President Trump has the right to request recounts and pursue legal challenges, and any unresolved issues will be properly adjudicated. The American people can have confidence that this election was fundamentally fair, its integrity will be upheld, and its outcome is clear,” he went on to say.

“He [Trump] earned the votes of more than 70 million Americans — an extraordinary political achievement. They have spoken, and their voices will continue to be heard through elected Republicans at every level of government.”

“Though we have political differences, I know Joe Biden to be a good man, who has won his opportunity to lead and unify our country. The President-elect reiterated that while he ran as a Democrat, he will govern for all Americans. I offered him the same thing I offered Presidents Trump and Obama: my prayers for his success, and my pledge to help in any way I can,” he continued.

“The challenges that face our country will demand the best of President-elect Biden and Vice President-elect Harris — and the best of us all. We must come together for the sake of our families and neighbors, and for our nation and its future. There is no problem that will not yield to the gathered will of a free people. Laura and I pray for our leaders and their families. We ask for God’s continued blessings on our country. And we urge all Americans to join us in wishing our next President and Vice President well as they prepare to take up their important duties.”

Here is how the President is handling the election loss.

Former President George W. Bush Speaks Out Amid George Floyd Protests

The former President of the United States is speaking out.

George W. Bush released a statement on Tuesday (June 2) following the murder of George Floyd and nationwide protests in response to systemic racism and police brutality.

Laura and I are anguished by the brutal suffocation of George Floyd and disturbed by the injustice and fear that suffocate our country. Yet we have resisted the urge to speak out, because this is not the time for us to lecture. It is time for us to listen. It is time for America to examine our tragic failures — and as we do, we will also see some of our redeeming strengths,” he said.

“It remains a shocking failure that many African Americans, especially young African American men, are harassed and threatened in their own country. The answers to American problems are found by living up to American ideals — to the fundamental truth that all human beings are created equal and endowed by God with certain rights. We have often underestimated how radical that quest really is, and how our cherished principles challenge systems of intended or assumed injustice. The heroes of America — from Frederick Douglass, to Harriet Tubman, to Abraham Lincoln, to Martin Luther King Jr. — are heroes of unity.”

“Their calling has never been for the fainthearted. They often revealed the nation’s disturbing bigotry and exploitation — stains on our character sometimes difficult for the American majority to examine. We can only see the reality of America’s need by seeing it through the eyes of the threatened, oppressed, and disenfranchised,” he went on to say.

“That is exactly where we now stand. Many doubt the justice of our country, and with good reason. Black people see the repeated violation of their rights without an urgent and adequate response from American institutions. We know that lasting justice will only come by peaceful means. Looting is not liberation, and destruction is not progress. But we also know that lasting peace in our communities requires truly equal justice. The rule of law ultimately depends on the fairness and legitimacy of the legal system. And achieving justice for all is the duty of all,” he continued.

“This will require a consistent, courageous, and creative effort. We serve our neighbors best when we try to understand their experience. We love our neighbors as ourselves when we treat them as equals, in both protection and compassion. There is a better way — the way of empathy, and shared commitment, and bold action, and a peace rooted in justice. I am confident that together, Americans will choose the better way.”

Here are resources for the Black Lives Matter movement, and how to help.

Here's How Celebrities Are Reacting to Ellen DeGeneres' Statement About Being Friends with George W. Bush

Ellen DeGeneres made major headlines over the past few days after she was seen sitting next to former President George W. Bush at an NFL game over the weekend.

Ellen made a lengthy statement about her friendship with the former politician, saying, “I’m friends with a lot of people who don’t share the same beliefs that I have. We’re all different and I think we’ve forgotten that that’s okay that we’re all different…Just because I don’t agree with someone on everything doesn’t mean I’m not going to be friends with them.”

Ellen has received some praise from celebrities, including Jennifer Garner, Reese Witherspoon, Gwen Stefani and more. But she’s also received criticism from others like Mark Ruffalo and Susan Sarandon.

Click inside to see who has supported Ellen DeGeneres and who has spoken out against her in her friendship with the former President…More Here! »