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|www.theguardian.com: All five living former US presidents make rare appearance together|
Added: 22.10.2017 2:58 | 3 views | 0 comments
Presidents gather for fundraiser for those affected by hurricanes that struck Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico and US Virgin Islands
The five living former US presidents made a rare appearance together on stage on Saturday night at a fundraiser for those affected by recent hurricanes that struck Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands.
It was a show of unity and compassion after a week in which Barack Obama and George W Bush broke an unwritten rule to deliver implicit criticism of the present occupant of the White House.
|5 former presidents appear together for hurricane relief concert in Texas|
Added: 22.10.2017 2:00 | 7 views | 0 comments
The five living former presidents appeared together for the first time since 2013 on Saturday at a concert to raise money for victims of devastating hurricanes in Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Democrats Barack Obama, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter and Republicans George...
|In hurricane concert video, Trump commends ex-presidents as 'finest public servants'|
Added: 22.10.2017 0:59 | 7 views | 0 comments
President Donald Trump released a video message commending the five living ex-presidents appearing together at a hurricane relief concert in Texas Saturday, putting aside past criticism of his predecessors to call them "some of America's finest public servants."
Democrats Barack Obama, Bill Clinton...
|www.theguardian.com: Hurricane disaster relief: all five living former US presidents to attend benefit|
Added: 21.10.2017 17:51 | 10 views | 0 comments
Rare gathering – the five were last together in 2013 – to take place at concert raising money to support Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico and US Virgin Islands
All five living former US presidents – Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, Jimmy Carter, George HW Bush and George W Bush – will on Saturday night attend a concert in College Station, Texas, an event staged to raise money for relief efforts from hurricane devastation in Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands.
The actions of the three Democrats and two Republicans stand in contrast to the words of Donald Trump. He has vowed to help Texas and Florida for as long as the recovery takes but has criticized Puerto Rican leaders while suggesting aid there will not be unlimited.
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|Former Presidents George W Bush and Barack Obama break with tradition to denounce Trump|
Added: 21.10.2017 14:24 | 7 views | 0 comments
Former presidents are shedding a traditional reluctance to criticise their successors, unleashing pointed attacks on the Trump White House and the commander in chief but without mentioning him by name.
|Barack Obama's intimate love letters to first girlfriend revealed!|
Added: 21.10.2017 8:40 | 1 views | 0 comments
Barack Obama's intimate love letters to a former girlfriend have been made public. The...
|Obama blasts 'politics of division' on return to campaign trail|
Added: 20.10.2017 20:39 | 10 views | 0 comments
Former President Barack Obama, back on the campaign trail on Thursday for the first time since he left the White House, called on voters to reject a growing "politics of division" that he said was corroding American democracy.
|Former presidents break tradition in denouncing Trump-era politics|
Added: 20.10.2017 18:59 | 9 views | 0 comments
On Oct. 19, former presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush made veiled criticisms about the Trump administration's threats to democracy and unity.
|We can't have same old politics of division that dates back to centuries: Barack Obama takes veiled dig at Donald Trump|
Added: 20.10.2017 17:25 | 9 views | 0 comments
Without mentioning Republican President Donald Trump by name, Obama told campaign rallies in New Jersey and Virginia that voters could send a powerful message about the type of politics they want by backing Democrats
|Who's leading the Democratic Party?|
Added: 20.10.2017 15:49 | 10 views | 0 comments
Former President Barack Obama is back on the campaign trail for Democrats, but is the former president also the compass of the party? Many Democrats in Virginia think he has to be.
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