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President Bush's Statesman Legacy Complicated by Divisive Politics

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Former President H.W. Bush managed the peaceful aftermath of the Soviet Union's breakup in 1991 and used American military force to oppose Iraqi aggression. Yet, as VOA's Brian Padden reports, Bush's legacy as a successful foreign policy president is complicated by the hardline campaign politics he practiced at home and by how the Republican Party under President Donald Trump seems to have turned away from his internationalist world view.

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