Why It’s Possible George HW Bush Could Vote for Clinton

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A assembly between dual members of American domestic dynasties caused a debate shock Monday night when a daughter of Robert Kennedy pronounced that former President George H.W. Bush dictated on voting for Democrat Hillary Clinton.

Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, also a former Lt. Gov. of Maryland, posted on her Facebook page a design with a former boss along with a heading that claimed he told her he will expel a opinion for Clinton, according to Politico.

The print is no longer on her Facebook page and after confusion, Bush’s orator expelled a matter conjunction confirming nor denying that a 41st boss would opinion for Hillary Clinton.

“The opinion President Bush will expel as a private citizen in some 50 days will be only that: a private opinion expel in some 50 days. He is not commenting on a presidential competition in a interim,” Jim McGrath told NBC News.


While it appears that Bush has no skeleton to publicly announce that presidential claimant he’s going to vote, however he votes, he has a personal story with a Clintons.

The Bush’s and a Clinton’s attribute have defied domestic lines. With 3 former presidents travelling a families, a post-presidency life has led to a alliance between them.

Even after restraint a initial President Bush’s try during re-election in 1992, President Bill Clinton and a elder Bush have grown a tighten relationship. That has trickled down to President George W. Bush, who also has an affinity for Clinton. The dual former presidents are a same age and have children and grandchildren of identical ages as well.

The 43rd boss has joked that Clinton is his “brother by another mother.” And First Lady Barbara Bush told C-SPAN in 2014, “I adore Bill Clinton.”

Despite being members of a same party, a Bush family has shown their restlessness with Donald Trump.

Trump soundly degraded Jeb Bush in a Republican primary after lobbing personal insults opposite him, job him “low energy” and criticizing his wife, Columba.

None of a 3 Bushes attended a Republican convention, violation with tradition for a party’s nominee.

Former President George W. Bush has been on a debate route though not for Trump. Instead he’s been campaigning on behalf of Republican Senate candidates.

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