ADORABLE Photos: At APEC, Bush plays dress-up with his pal Vicente Fox
Note: Looks like the dinks at the White House forgot to do a spell check on their captions. "Peaks?"
President George W. Bush peaks out behind Mexico President Vincente Fox, left, with Japan's Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi as APEC leaders walk to the official photograph site Saturday, Nov. 19, 2005, at the Nurimaru APEC House in Busan, Korea. White House photo by Eric Draper
Robed in traditional garb, President George W. Bush walks arm-in-arm with Japan's Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi, right, and Peru's President Alejandro Toledo outside the Nurimaru APEC House in Busan, Korea, Saturday, Nov. 19, 2005, for the APEC official photograph. White House photo by Paul Morse
President George W. Bush waves to the crowd after joining his fellow APEC leaders for an official photograph Saturday, Nov. 19, 2005, at the Nurimaru APEC House in Busan, Korea. White House photo by Paul Morse
President Bush and Canada's Prime Minister Paul Joseph Martin break out in laughter Saturday, Nov. 19, 2005, as they stand in on the back riser for the official APEC photograph. White House photo by Paul Morse
7. I read that Kennedy refused to even put a cowboy hat on...
during the Nov. '63 trip to Dallas for fear of looking like an idiot. At the breakfast he went to in on the day he was assassinated he was given a big old Texas cowboy hat and someone tried to just put it on his head and he quickly grabbed it and said he'd wear in at home.
5. Does bush dress like an arab when he visits Saudi Arabia
or like a bushman when he visits africa? Do men who dress in traditional garb dress up in business suits when they visit america? Whats with bush liking to dress up like an asian? Remember last year he dressed like a clown?
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