It is an old story that George Walker Bush was using violence to shut the terrorism. Following the undesirable tragedy on September 11 in New York, Bush launched his mission to against all terrorism in the world. No one knew whether the Bush speculation was based on evidence or not, but Bush was brutally hunting random civilians who he thought would be the terrorists in Afghanistan and Iraq. Such unethical movement of Bush made the whole world mad and condemned his attitude. Sadly, this miserable undertaking was followed by his Vice President, Dick Cheney, while Bush leave the office temporarily due to medical condition.

The 43th President of the United States of America, George Walker Bush, ruled the America accompanied with his wingman, Dick Cheney, for two periods. The second winning in election of Bush and Cheney had made the world and questioning the citizens in America, especially after what happened in Afghanistan and Iraq. In the first term of presidency, Bush and Cheney succeeded to arrest what they suspected as the man behind 9/11 tragedy, Saddam Hussein, the President of Iraq. Bush wanted to arrest Saddam Hussein because Bush believed that Hussein had weapons which could make annihilation to this world. Osama bin Laden, the leader of Al-Qaeda, was also successfully caught by the military team. The aggressive movement of Bush had continued. Randomly chasing after the civilians of Afghanistan and Iraq was absolutely not okay according to many countries opinion.

Nevertheless, years later, Bush confessed that he also conducted such terrible techniques of interrogation towards the suspected terrorists. Bush authorized CIA to make the random suspected detainees to confess what they actually did not do related to terrorism. That was just cruel action taken by the once number one person in United States. Enhanced investigation methods used by CIA to questioning the suspects were including waterboarding technique and other ruthless techniques.

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