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Former President George W. Bush unveils his paintings for the first time publicly to his Presidential library in Dallas, Texas.
Among the paintings you can find portraits Bush created of his dad and several world leaders including Vladimir Putin and Tony Blair.
Bush wasn't sure how the world leaders would take his paintings.
"I think they're going to be (like), 'Wow, George Bush is a painter,"' Bush told NBC's "Today" show in an interview. "I'm sure when they heard I was painting, (they said), 'Wow, I look forward to seeing a stick figure he painted of me.'" FULL STORY
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Filed under: Fireback • George W. Bush
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