All five living Presidents of the United States On April 25, 2013, President and Mrs. Bush commemorate the completion of the George W. Bush Presidential Center — home to the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum and the George W. Bush Institute. Photo by Paul Morse
Only a tyrant pursues revenge. | In an interview airing Tuesday on "Erin Burnett Outfront," Branson said he first met Trump years ago for lunch and that Trump focused on five people who refused to help him after his company filed for bankruptcy. Branson said Trump "spent the rest of his lunch telling me how he was going to spend the rest of his life destroying those five people," which Branson found "very bizarre."http://money.cnn.com/2016/10/25/news/branson-trump-white-house/
Former President George Bush and his wife Barbara! "They celebrate 70 years of marriage today, making them the longest-married First Couple. (The title was previously held by John and Abigail Adams, who were married for 54 years.) They met and married in Rye, New York. This photograph was taken on their wedding day on January 6, 1945. George and Barbara Bush have five children, 24 grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren."
Presenting the new First Family includes Donald, 45th President and his wife Melania, and four of his five children - Donald Jr., Evanka, Eric, Tiffany, his 2 daughters in law and granddaughter Kay. His youngest son Barron is not pictured here.
Francis Folsom Cleveland (1864-1947) Became the youngest First Lady of the United States at the age of 21 when she married President Grover Cleveland in a ceremony at the White House in 1886. Cleveland was 27 years her senior. They had five children and were married until his death in 1908.
David Abner, Jr. became the first black person to graduate from a Texas institution of higher learning when he received his degree from Bishop College in 1881. He was born in Gilmer, TX in 1860. After earning several degrees, he was a professor of Latin at Bishop College for five years, president of Guadalupe College for 15 years, president of Conroe College, VP of Orgen Banking, delegate to the Republican National Convention six times, and author on moral subjects.