George W. Bush had to fight to become president. After he took office, thanks to lingering questions over the election and his predecessor's slow withdrawal from the spotlight, he had to fight to be considered presidential. But at the 100-day mark of his tenure, that issue seems to be fading. Bush enjoys high job approval ratings -- higher than Bill Clinton at a similar juncture in his presidency -- and even the question of vision that plagued Bush's father does not appear to be an issue. More >>
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