President George H.W. Bush. Ch. 32, Section 2, pg. 928. Presidential Election of 1988. Ronald Reagan had already served two terms, so George H.W. Bush (his Vice-President) is the Republican nominee. George H. W. Bush defeats Democrat candidate Michael Dukakis.
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President George H.W. Bush
Ch. 32, Section 2, pg. 928
****December 25, 1991****
People crossing the Berlin Wall – East Germany meets West
the dictator of Iraq
(Clinton wins as he promises to restore the nation’s economy)
President Bill Clinton
Chapter 32, Section 3, pg. 936
Monica Lewinsky and Bill Clinton together.
1) perjury – lying under oath
2) obstruction of justice – trying to conceal information during the investigation.
Votes on perjury charge –
55 not guilty
Votes on obstruction of justice charge-
50 not guilty
***President Bill Clinton was never removed from office and was acquitted of all charges.
George W. Bush vs. Al Gore
271 vs. 266 (very close margin)