The 41st U.S. President bill Clinton visited in Maine its predecessor, the 42nd U.S. President George H. W. Bush, June 12, which celebrated its 94th anniversary, becoming the first American head of state, lived to such a ripe old age.
In honor of our dear guest Bush wearing blue-black socks with a portrait of Clinton. “I have an visit my good friend and now bestselling author. Fortunately, I had my freshly laundered socks with Clinton to mark the occasion,” wrote feeding the addiction to charm the socks George on Twitter. Under the best seller he was referring to the debut novel 71-year-old bill Clinton, co-authored with renowned writer James Patterson and set a sales record.
As writes the edition People, George Bush Sr. also received the gift of a canine companion. A specially trained Labrador named Sally to help him in his everyday life.