It’s not every day that two former U.S. presidents attend a professional football game together.
Former president George H. W. Bush shaves his head to show solidarity with a 2-year-old cancer patient.
It comes as no surprise to hear anti-tax activist Grover Norquist talk about tax cuts, but it does come as a surprise to hear him raise the subject of pink unicorns.
Mitt Romney lost the presidential race by only two percentage points. If the election had been held just a week earlier, when he was up in the polls, things might have been different. Nonetheless, Mitt Romney lost, and now a bitter debate has ensued over the future of the Republican Party, with liberal Democrats happily plunging into the debate.
After George H. W. Bush infamously checked his watch in 1992, it led to the "no wristwatches allowed rule ever since."
Anderson Cooper highlights memorable debate moments from past presidential elections.
I was a college student in the fall of 1988; it was Presidential election year, and I could finally vote. The choice before me, and the country, then was do we go forward with the policies begun under Ronald Reagan or was it time for a change? Reagan was finishing an incredible run that saw nation’s economy experience an unprecedented rebound and America reestablished as the unquestioned leader of the free world. His Vice President, George H.W. Bush, made clear upon accepting the Republican nomination that “the most important work of my life is to complete the mission we started in 1980.”
Who do they affect more? Voters or other candidates? Watch to find out.