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In his 2004 State of the Union address, President Bush discussed the serious challenges facing our Nation and the steps we must take to make America a more secure, more prosperous, and more hopeful country. The President laid out ambitious goals for the future, behind which all Americans can unite, and urged the Nation to move forward with the work that still needs to be done this year:
President Bush on Wednesday said, "In Margaret Spellings, America's children, teachers and parents will have a principled, determined ally in my Cabinet. She has my complete trust and she will be an outstanding Secretary of Education."
President George W. Bush on Wednesday announced his intention to appoint Harriet Miers to be Counsel to the President. Ms. Miers will fill the position held by Judge Alberto Gonzales, following his confirmation by the Senate.
George W. Bush is the 43rd President of the United States and was
formerly the 46th Governor of the State of Texas.
Oval Office Video Tour
Join George W. Bush as he takes you on a personal tour of the Oval
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Bush's Cabinet One of the principal purposes of the Cabinet
is to advise the President on any subject he may require relating
to the duties of their respective offices.
President John Adams and President Thomas Jefferson died on the same
day, July 4, 1826exactly 50 years after the signing of the Declaration
The Oval Office is the president's formal workspace, where he confers
with heads of state, diplomats, his staff, and other dignitaries
Over the years, the White House Military Office has adapted to the
evolving role of the President in American society, providing the
highest quality service to meet the requirements of the Commander-in-Chief.
Ask the White House Go
to "Ask the White House" -- an online interactive forum where you can submit questions to White House officials or read previous discussions.