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Ann Coulter puts Barack Obama and George W. Bush on a note: "I hope they start with" Saddam has weapons of mass destruction, "and then go to" If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor. "


Ann Coulter puts Barack Obama and George W. Bush on a note :

I hope they start with "Saddam has nuclear weapons

"and then go to" Your doctor is still good if you like him or her.

Former U.S.

Presidents George Bush

and Barack Obama are headlining back-to-back conferences on democracy next week where they will discuss the growing threats of authoritarianism and misinformation and how to fight it.

The Bush Conference will be held in Dallas on November 16

and will be interviewed by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. The Obama Conference will be held in New York on November 17.

The George W. Bush

Institute is hosting a conference on the freedom struggle in partnership with Freedom House and the National Democracy Fund. The Obama event will focus on "the greatest challenges facing today's democratic institutions."

It sounds great

  • I hope they say Saddam has nuclear weapons at the outset.
  • If you enjoy your doctor, and then go to.
  • you can keep your doctor. "

David J. Kramer, the Bush Institute's executive director:

I think it's actually great to have these back-to-back conferences.

We are fully informed of events taking place in the United States.

and we must make sure that we continue down the democratic route.

We also need to support and assist people all over the world.

Therefore, we cannot just put up our tent and concentrate on our domestic affairs. We have to focus on both things .

Valerie Garrett

CEO of the Obama Foundation, said

"We must provide all of our support to the potential of the next generation of leaders.

  • "We are pleased to see the Bush Center
  • another institution doing hard work to promote democracy
  • come together in Dallas to promote our shared values.

Trump is scheduled to make his swamp announcement about running for president in 2025 just before the Bush and Obama conferences.

Trump said earlier:

Two years ago we were a great nation and we will be a great nation again.

  1. On Tuesday, I'll make a very significant announcement.
  2. November 15 at Mar-a-Lago in
  3. Palm Beach, Florida."

Bush does not regret Iraq's invasion

Former US President George Bush Jr. confirmed that

he remained convinced that the world was better off without Saddam Hussein, after his former ally British Prime Minister Tony Blair announced his apology.

Freddie Ford

Bush's spokesman, said Wednesday, July 6 that "despite intelligence failures and other errors previously acknowledged, President Bush still believes the entire world is better off without Saddam Hussein in power."

Bush, who ordered Iraq's invasion in 2003

was incredibly appreciative of the efforts and sacrifices made by American troops and the Coalition during the war on terrorism. No ally was more reliable than Tony Blair's government in Britain."

Blair apologized for the mistakes relating to Britain's war in Iraq contained in the report of the British Commission of Inquiry published Wednesday, but defended the war as making the world "better and safer."

The Chairman of the Commission of Inquiry

John Shelcott, drew harsh criticism on Blair, considering that Iraq had invaded him before all peaceful solutions had been exhausted and that Britain's post-war plans were inadequate.