History Happy Hour: The Man I Knew - The Amazing Story of George H.W. Bush's Post-Presidency
As chief of staff, Jean Becker had a ringside seat to the never-boring story of George Herbert Walker Bush's life post-presidency. He became best friends with the man who defeated him; developed the odd habit of jumping out of airplanes; and saw two sons become governors of their states, one of whom would go one to become President of the United States. His post-presidency journey was filled with determination, courage, love, hope, humor, fun, and big ideas. Jean Becker will give us a vibrant behind-the-scenes look into the ups and downs of heading up the office of a former president.
History Happy Hour is a biweekly virtual program hosted by the White House Historical Association. Join us as experts weigh in on a variety of historical topics, share their insights, answer audience questions, and enjoy presidential-inspired libations.
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