PRESIDENT GEORGE H.W. BUSH…PASSED AWAY FRIDAY 11/30 AT THE AGE OF 94 YRS OLD…41st PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES…OVERALL GOOD PRESIDENT WITH GREAT MORAL LEADERSHIP…

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OVERALL, A GOOD PRESIDENT.  HE LED A COALITION OF NATIONS IN THE MILITARY WITHDRAWAL OF SADDAM HUSSEIN’s IRAQI’S FORCES FROM KUWAIT. WHICH WAS SUCCESFUL AND PRESIDENT BUSH KEPT HIS PROMISE OF ONLY EXPELLING IRAQI FORCES FROM KUWAIT INSTEAD OF OVERTHROWING SADDAM HUSSEIN IN BAGHDAD. HE WAS SHADOWED BY HIS CAMPAIGN PROMISE “NO NEW TAXES” BUT INCREASED TAXES IN ORDER TO BRING DOWN THE NATIONAL DEFICIT. ALSO, FAIRLY OR UNFAIRLY PRESIDENT BUSH WAS CHARACTERIZED AS OUT OF TOUCH WITH MIDDLE AMERICA IN WHICH HE WAS SHOWN TO BE CONFUSED BY CHECKOUT SCANNERS THAT POSTED ITEMS PRICES. THIS WAS USED AGAINST HIM IN 1992 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION AGAINST BILL CLINTON. HE WILL BE THE LAST WORLD WAR II VETERAN TO BECOME PRESIDENT.

FAKE NEWS…FEDERAL JUDGE REINSTATES CNN’s WHITE HOUSE REPORTER JIM ACOSTA’s PRESS CREDENTIALS …

The President rightfully so took Fake News reporter Jim Acosta’s press credentials due to his confrontational behavior at last weeks post election. This has nothing to do with censoring the press or obstructing good reporting asking questions and sharing the press pool mic among dozens of other colleagues, but because a few bad apples want to be the story .There is no reason Mr. Acosta needs to be given more time or ask multiple questions every time called on. Their are many other reporters in that room that would like to be given the chance to ask the question.

White House intern reaches for microphone held by CNN's Acosta as he questions U.S. President Trump during news conference in Washington

EUROPE…PRESIDENT TRUMP TRAVELS TO PARIS,FRANCE…COMMEMORATE THE END OF WWI…MEETINGS WITH EUROPEAN LEADERS…

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American soldiers wait on the docks to board a troop ship during World War I. It was the first war where millions of American troops deployed overseas to fight a major war. Slang used by the World War I “doughboys” is still spoken by American soldiers in the 21st century. (Photo Credit: U.S. Army Photo)