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Project 21’s Minor Reflects on the Legacy of George W. Bush

Project 21 member Demetrius Minor saw history in the making as an intern in the George W. Bush Administration.  With today’s dedication of the George W. Bush Presidential Center in Dallas, Texas, Demetrius shares these words about the Bush presidency:

I want to congratulate President George W. Bush and his wife, Laura, on the dedication of his presidential library and museum.

I had the distinct privilege to serve as a White House intern during the Bush Administration in 2006.  It was an honor to serve a leader who had bravery, courage and principles.  He was strong and gracious, and his impeccable character was a reflection of his staff and personnel.

George W. Bush’s love for America was a beacon of hope and strength during some of her most challenging and difficult days.  Today is a solemn reminder that our nation owes a debt of thanks for the firm leadership that was displayed by our 43rd president.

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