As the 43rd President of the United States, President George W. Bush's speeches are highly sought-after engagements.
Before becoming President in 2001, President Bush would attend Yale University and then go on to receive a Masters of Business Administration from Harvard Business School. President George W. Bush became Govenor of Texas in 1995 to 2000, running as a Republican; soon after he would become President from 2001 to 2008. Like most presidents, President Bush's tenure was not without controversy, opposing the Kyoto Protocol, passing the 'No Child Left Behind Act,' and entering America in two wars abroad: Iraq and Afghanistan. Nevertheless, President Bush's successes are often ignored, specifically his fight against AIDS and malaria in Africa.
Leading a fairly low-key life since leaving the office, President George W. Bush appears from time to time at speaking engagements. Most of President George W. Bush's speeches talk about his time as President and the memoir he wrote, however he also gives many keynotes meant to inspire and motivate Americans.