- A new baby in the Bush family?
- Former President George Bush showed along with his wife, the first photo of his new granddaughter
- “Laura Bush and I are delighted to announce the birth of our new granddaughter,” he reported through social networks
DOES THE BUSH HAVE A NEW BABY? Former President George W. Bush, posted on his Instagram account a photograph together with his wife Laura, where he is carrying a mysterious newborn baby. Well, it’s about his new granddaughter Cora Georgia, who was born a couple of weeks early, but is in perfect condition.
Cora Georgia Coyne, is the daughter of Barbara Bush and Craig Coyne. His middle name is honor to his grandfather, George, who expressed himself very ‘proud’ of his new granddaughter and with a heart bursting with joy to see his daughter and granddaughter, in perfect condition. The ex-president has three more grandchildren, by his daughter Jenna.
George Bush shows off baby: A new baby in the family
George W. Bush, surprised his followers by publishing an affectionate image on social networks, where the former president of the United States is observed, holding a newborn baby in his arms and being accompanied by his wife, Laura Bush. In the picture, they expressed the good news, writing a very special dedication to their new granddaughter.
Laura Bush, also shared the photograph that they took in the company of the newborn, who was born on September 27. The couple’s new granddaughter is the result of the relationship of Craig Coyne and Barbara Bush, who married in Maine, last October 2018, in an intimate ceremony. Filed Under: George Bush Brags Baby
George Bush Presumed Baby: The Birth
Through his Instagram account, the former president of the United States announced the birth of Cora Georgia Coyne. The little girl is her first granddaughter, on the part of her daughter Barbara, who has been married to the actor and writer, Craig Coyne for three years. The couple met in 2017 and in 2018, they decided to get married.
“With full hearts, @laurawbush and I are delighted to announce the birth of our new granddaughter.” Wrote George W. Bush, on his personal Instagram account. The Republican mentioned that he is extremely happy to be able to share the news of his fourth granddaughter and be part of his daughter’s happiness. Filed Under: George Bush Brags Baby
George Bush shows off baby: Near where they were married
George W. Bush, said that his granddaughter was born in a Hospital near the Maine area, where his daughter was married in the family home and that made it a much more special event. The family said that the baby was born on September 27, 2021 and that she was received long before her time.
“Barbara gave birth to Cora Georgia Coyne on September 27, 2021, in Maine, not far from our family home where Barbara and Craig were married.” The president mentioned on his social network. The birth of their granddaughter has brought great joy to the Bush family, who were a bit nervous because the girl was born early. Filed Under: George Bush Brags Baby
George Bush Brags Baby: “We Are Thankful”
The former president of the United States declared that as a family they are very grateful for the expressions of affection they have received and that they are very happy to be able to spread the news. Barbara Bush, has always been characterized as a very private person around her intimate life and the news of the birth of her daughter could not be different.
“Cora is healthy and adorable, and we are proud and grateful.”, Concluded the ex-president in the description of his photograph, which generated a great reception of messages of celebration and affection from friends, colleagues, public figures and the public in general. So far, he has not written more about it. For her part, Laura Bush shared her husband’s photograph. Filed Under: George Bush Brags Baby
George Bush Brags Baby: Jenna Bush’s Dedication
Who really broke the news was Jenna Bush, Barbara’s twin sister. She shared a couple of photos of the most special moments around the birth of little Cora and gave more information about how the birth of her sister had developed.
“Dearest Cora Georgia, today is the day I met my most beautiful, precious and feisty niece (a little earlier than we expected!),” She wrote on her Instagram profile where she shared a couple of snapshots with her followers, where the newborn is observed in the company of her parents. Filed Under: George Bush Brags Baby
I witnessed how she became a mom
Jenna Bush, who is a presenter on the show Today, mentioned on social networks that she had been present at the birth of her niece and congratulated her twin sister’s labor. Cora Georgia, is the first daughter of the Coyne couple and her birth surprised the public.
“I was an astonished witness as my dear tough @ barbara.p.bush became a mom. And today is the day that I have fallen in love! Some cousins are eagerly waiting to play with you, but still not love. ”, Said the presenter of Today giving more details about Cora’s birth.
In honor of George Bush
On TodayJenna spoke about the birth of her niece and mentioned that the youngest has a special characteristic and that is that she bears a very special name from the family. Barbara’s twin sister admitted that she was by her side at birth and was more nervous than Barbara herself.
“Cora’s middle name, Georgia, is a tribute to my father, who helped calm me down after I found out that Barbara was in labor so early.” little Cora and the happiness she has brought to the family.
They were very sad about the event in Afghanistan
After the recent events in Afghanistan, former President George Bush regretted what happened and said that both he and the former first lady, Laura Bush, feel “deep sadness”, according to the Reuters news portal.
It was through a statement that the former president said the following: “Laura and I have been observing the tragic events that are unfolding in Afghanistan with deep sadness. Our hearts are heavy for the Afghan people who have suffered so much and for the Americans and NATO allies who have sacrificed so much. “
For his part, President Joe Biden defended his decision to withdraw US troops from Afghanistan, blaming the Afghan government and military for the chaos that has been unleashed following the rapid advance of the Taliban and the capture of Kabul.
Rather than backtracking, Biden stood firm in his intention to end the longest war in US history and rejected criticism from his Republican adversaries and human rights organizations who accuse Washington of having abandoned the Afghan people.
Reaffirmed his thought
“He completely reaffirmed my decision. After 20 years I have learned the hard way that there will never be a good time to withdraw US troops, “said the president in a speech to the nation from the White House and marked by a sharp defiant tone.
Surrounded by American flags, he reiterated his promise that he will not send more “sons” and “daughters” to fight in a “civil war” that the Afghans must solve and that is not in Washington’s national interest.
George Bush: War
He made reference to the Vietnam War, which was inherited by different US presidents for 20 years, and promised that now as head of state he will not pass this conflict on to his successor, as his predecessors did: the Republicans George W. Bush (2001-2009) and Donald Trump (2017-2021), as well as Democrat Barack Obama (2009-2017), in whose administration Biden served as vice president.
Likewise, Biden recalled that the US invaded Afghanistan in 2001 to prevent the Taliban regime from continuing to give refuge to Al Qaeda terrorists and to hunt down Osama Bin Laden, the “mastermind” of the September 11 attacks of that year. and that he died in a US operation in Pakistan in 2011. “Our mission should never have been to build a nation,” but to prevent terrorist attacks on US soil, he emphasized.