Reagan, Nixon libraries pay tribute to George H.W. Bush

By City News Service

Before serving as president, George H.W. Bush was the vice president for two terms in the administration of President Ronald Reagan.

The foundation that oversees the Reagan Library in Simi Valley on Saturday remembered their friendship and political alliance.

“During their eight years in office, President Reagan and Vice President Bush forged a remarkable partnership,” the Reagan Foundation statement said. “As they reignited the U.S. economy, battled tyranny across the globe, and restored America’s pride and purpose, President Reagan relied on his vice president’s calm, strength, loyalty, and wisdom.

“In all that the administration achieved, President Reagan once remarked, `no one has been [READ MORE HERE]

Source: OC Register

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