It’s all about the Michelle-Bush hug… This picture of George Bush and Michelle Obama has stunned a lot of Americans and indeed anyone who cares about American politics.
Let’s just say that if you are on Hillary Clinton’s team, then definitely a bear hug from Michelle Obama is in order.
Did you even know that former United States president, George Bush will be voting for Hillary Clinton? As a matter of fact of all the 5 living former U.S presidents, none is ready to vote for Trump.
Not even two of the past presidents from the Republican party showed up at Trump’s convention. They all agree that Trump is nowhere near qualified to be the President of the United States.
“Nothing truly prepares you for the Oval Office. You can read about it. You can study it. But until you’ve sat at that desk, you don’t know what it’s like to manage a global crisis.” – President Obama.
When a republican chooses to vote for a democratic candidate, it is surprising but when a former republican president does that, it is absolutely surprising and sends a resounding message.
Politically speaking, the picture particularly shows the beauty of disagreeing to agree as long as we all are targeting a greater common good.
No one says George Bush is planning to switch parties but for the much anticipated November elections in the United States, Bush agrees with the Presidential choice of the DNC.
On the other hand, critics have seen the hug as an unprecedented political development judging from the amount of work the Obama administration went through to put right all that went wrong in Bush’s administration.
Consistent report ever since Obama became president is that both families have been enjoying an amazing less complicated relations. Both families have become closer than anyone anticipated.
The close relations between the two families has lasted for as long as 7 years and is rather very conspicuous when they are out at a public function together. The Michelle-Bush hug is a clear example.
The picture of the Michelle-Bush hug was taken during the opening ceremony of the National Museum of African American History and Culture. The hug happened and the media just could not let it slip.
Some political observers see the good in the warm gesture. They see in this picture the maturity and cordiality which the recent political campaigns seem to have lost.