For months, former president George W. Bush left open the question of what he would do on Election Day.
Last Tuesday, while the country was voting in a new commander in chief, Bush and wife Laura chose to drop by the SPCA of Texas, in Dallas, to thank the shelter staff "for their great work" - and, of course, to snuggle awhile with some of the adoptable pets there. "But anger shouldn't drive policy".
Bush's comments came a week after Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton to become president.
Bush and Laura Bush took to Instagram on Monday, Nov. 14 to announce that they've adopted a puppy - and we couldn't be happier for them on their newest addition! "I'm pretty much out of the political world".
Mrs. Bush told NBC 5's Meredith Land that she and her husband fell in love with the puppy as soon as they saw him.
"I understand anger, and some people may have been angry when I was president". "There is a thriving middle class on both sides of the Rio Grande river".
The Southern Poverty Law Center, a hate-watch group, has also deemed Breitbart "a white ethno-nationalist propaganda mill", BuzzFeed News reported. "A strength for our respective countries is the willingness to work together: Canada, Mexico and the United States".