Biden has the most diverse cabinet yet and has confirmed all 15 secretaries, but one cabinet-level position remains undecided 100 days into his presidency.
"I like my properties here in Dallas," the former Republican president said during a recent appearance on late-night TV.
The former president also called his party "isolationist" and "protectionist" on Tuesday morning.
"I think it's undignified to wanna see my name in print all the time," Bush said in a CBS News interview that aired Sunday.
"We are leaving in 2014," Biden promised during a 2012 vice presidential debate.
Former President Donald Trump received several challenge coins from members of the armed forces during his four-year term.
The statue at Louis Tussaud's Waxworks in San Antonio, Texas, was repeatedly punched and scratched, while tufts of artificial hair was even pulled off it while people took selfies.
Champ Biden, Buddy Clinton, Fala Roosevelt, Yuki Johnson, and Laddie Boy Harding are just some of the dogs that have lived at the White House.
The former president spoke out one day after Matt Gaetz rallied to defeat Liz Cheney, the No. 3 Republican in the House who joined nine others in voting to impeach.
"Our country is more important than the politics of the moment," the former president said Wednesday.
President-elect Biden and three former presidents have said they would get vaccinated publicly amid a climate of fear surrounding the safety of the shots.
Former Presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton recently said they will take a COVID-19 vaccine publicly once one is approved by the FDA.
"You can do something that's really destructive," retired Admiral Michael Mullen, who was appointed as chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff by former President George W. Bush, said.
The soccer star was an admirer of Hugo Chavez and Fidel Castro, frequently criticizing the United States, including one notable incident in 2007 on Chavez's TV show.
"A refusal by the board to certify the results now would risk disenfranchising the state's voters—an unconscionable outcome antithetical to American democracy," attorney Benjamin Ginsburg wrote.
"The sooner that Trump and his supporters accept the election result, the better it will be for the nation," the lawyers wrote.
"I think if the President and his team have real evidence of widespread voter fraud they should come forward with it," Larry Hogan said.
The Washington Nationals have asked president-elect Joe Biden to throw the first pitch in 2021 — a tradition upheld for a century before Donald Trump ended it. From Bush's post-9/11 World Series pitch to Jimmy Carter's dazzling strike, here are the presidential first pitches.
Trump has a lower average approval rating than his immediate predecessors, George W. Bush and Barack Obama, after their first terms.
A few of high-profile names how sat out the last election and where they stand now.
While the Bush siblings have made their lack of support for Trump's re-election clear, neither has formally endorsed Joe Biden's campaign.
Souza's photograph of the two Bushes with Clinton, Carter, and Obama was trending today, largely by people missing a more courteous political climate.
Senator Lindsey Graham asked George W. Bush to speak with Trump about his handling of the pandemic, but Bush declined, the book says.
On Thursday, the former president took aim at "those in power who are doing their darndest to discourage voting by closing polling locations, and targeting minorities."
Former officials of the George W. Bush administration have formed a super PAC called 43 Alumni for Biden in a stinging rebuke of President Donald Trump.
Former president Jimmy Carter is the latest to join Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama in support of the protests that have erupted across the nation. "We have seen that silence can be as deadly as violence," Carter said Wednesday.
Washington, always one step behind reality, couldn't hear what its own commander on the ground was saying: We don't need to federalize the National Guard.
Republican leaders came out against President Donald Trump for his response to the fallout from the death of George Floyd, suggesting that dangerous cracks may be forming among Republicans for a president who has relied on a fervent base to outlast political storms.
"We have resisted the urge to speak out, because this is not the time for us to lecture. It is time for us to listen," Bush wrote.