Amid disturbing reports about the kidnap and imprisonment of migrant children at our border, Laura Bush penned an opinion piece comparing Donald Trump's "zero-tolerance policy" to Japanese interment during World War II. The article is simultaneously passionate and reasonable, a perfect addition to the rehabilitation of the Bushes that seems to be taking place a decade after the end of George W. The majority of the off-off-Broadway audience applauds, the first decade of this century safely in the rearview mirror.
In Novemberyear-old Laura Welch ran a stop sign and crashed into another car, killing its teenage driver. Bush and become first lady of the United States. Bush a nicely understated Lisa Hodsoll lamenting the fact that judging by Google searches, her claims to fame are her Cowboy Cookies recipe and that fateful night in Texas.
She is also known for her previous career as a fashion model and designer. Bush and niece of former President George W. Bush and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush.
I know you and the President are about to celebrate your 25th anniversary. Is he still romantic? Do you still get to do romantic things together? Laura Bush: He's pretty romantic.
Darryl Reilly, Critic. For 95 mesmerizing minutes, Ms. Hodsoll gives a smashing performance that transcends mere impersonation or campy replication.
While the comment may have distracted from the greater mission of the gathering, the media attention just further underscores the unique power platform associated with the role of First Lady — and the very premise behind which these two unlikely collaborators came together. Rather than assembling policy-makers, elected officials, or even Barack Obama and George W. She recalled a seminal moment while shopping with her daughter when a cosmetics clerk thanked her for her radio address talking about the women of Afghanistan.
Laura Bush reveals that her husband is even more of a Renaissance man than we knew and can be found not only in his art studio—but on a yoga mat. George W. Now, in a recent at-home interview with PEOPLE, Laura Bush reveals that her husband is even more of a Renaissance man than we knew and can be found not only in his art studio — but on a yoga mat.
It was probably just an accident. Or maybe, just maybe… it was murder. Join Mrs. Bush for this hilarious and heartfelt evening of real-life reminiscences: of her childhood in Texas all lies!
The author isn't talking about it and the White House insists it's pure rubbish, but coming soon is a novel that graphically explores the sex life of a fictional George and Laura Bush. The similarities aren't to be missed, though. As a year-old, Alice kills a classmate when she runs a stop sign and hits his car. Laura did precisely the same thing.