The 41st U.S. President, George H.W. Bush has died at Age 94

41st U.S. President

The 41st president of USA , George Bush, died today at the age of 94. Bush suffered from Parkinson’s disease due to which he used a wheelchair and motorized scooter to move from one place to another. He was not well in recent period and was admitted to hospitals and then discharged again and again. He suffered from blood infection a day after he attended the funeral of his wife in April 2018.

George H W Bush

George Bush senior belonged to Republican Party and was the president of USA from 1989 to 1993. George Bush helped in ending the cold war of four decades. In his tenure, Soviet Union collapsed and Eastern Europe was liberated. As the republicans were not satisfied with Bush, so they appointed Bill Clinton as the president. Bush was the one who sent troops to Iraq for the liberation of Kuwait. After liberating Kuwait, the troops occupied Iraq for many years.

George Bush studied in New England. At the age of 20, he was sent on a mission in which his plane was fired by Japanese though he was saved. Bush started his political career in 1964 and previously he was a businessman who owned an oil business and became a millionaire. He was nominated for presidency in 1988 and promised to make USA better.

His son George Bush II became the 43rdpresident of USA. He was the first son to become president.  Another son of George Bush I, Jeb Bush, was elected as governor of Florida two times. Jeb also tried for presidency in 2016 but could not win.

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