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George Bush, The White House, June 3, 1991.
In this letter, President Bush sends greetings to those gathered to honor the participants in Operation Desert Storm. As perhaps the greatest crisis to confront George Bush during his presidency, Operation Desert Storm was precipitated by Iraqi President Saddam Hussein's invasion of Kuwait. 425,000 American troops along with 118,000 troops from allied nations were sent to liberate Kuwait. After weeks of air and missile bombardment, a 100-hour land battle routed Iraq's million-man army.
Bill Clinton, The White House, March 22, 1998, to Governor James B. Hunt.
Letter from President Clinton to Governor Hunt officially declaring North Carolina a federal disaster area due to severe storms, Tornadoes, and flooding that occurred across North Carolina on March 20-21, 1998.
George W. Bush, September 6, 2000.
Form letter signed by Bush while governor of Texas soliciting contributions to the Republican "Victory 2000" effort on behalf of his presidential campaign and the campaigns of other Republican candidates.