The Bush Administration is the political term for everyone in the Executive Department of the United States government under the Presidency of George W. Bush. Members include the President's Cabinet, Bush himself, Vice President Dick Cheney, and the Executive Departments. This adminstration started on January 20th, 2001 and lasted until January 20th 2009, this administration served two four year terms. On January 20th, 2009 President-Elect Barack Obama's administration was sworn into power succeeding them.

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