Timeline of the presidency of George H. W. Bush

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The presidency of George H. W. Bush began on January 20, 1989 when George H. W. Bush was inaugurated as President of the United States, and ended on January 20, 1993.

1989

January

February

  • February 1 - President Bush sends Congress a report on the functions and purposes of the National Space Council.[11] President Bush announces the nomination of Kenneth Winston Starr for Solicitor General of the United States.[12]
  • February 2 - President Bush attends the National Prayer Breakfast taking place within the International Crystal Ballroom at the Washington Hilton Hotel during the evening.[13] President Bush announces the nomination of Richard R. Burt for an Ambassador ranking while serving as United States Negotiator for Strategic Nuclear Arms.[14]
  • February 3 - President Bush delivers remarks on the saving and loan crisis during a morning appearance in the Cabinet Room.[15] Robert A. Mosbacher is sworn in as the 28th United States Secretary of Commerce in the Malcolm Baldrige Great Hall at the Department of Commerce during the morning.[16] President Bush attends a luncheon for business leaders in the East Room during the afternoon.[17]
  • February 4 - The White House releases a statement on the request of Louis Sullivan to have "the executive committee of the board of the Morehouse School of Medicine to grant him an unpaid leave of absence as a professor of medicine."[18]
  • February 6 - Carla Anderson Hills is sworn in as the 10th United States Trade Representative in the Indian Treaty Room during the afternoon.[19]
  • February 7 - Press Secretary Marlin Fitzwater says President Bush has "decided against intervening in the proposed acquisition of Monsanto Electronic Materials Company (MEMC) by Huels AG of West Germany."[20] President Bush signs H.J. Res. 129, rescinding proposed pay increases for members of Congress, officials within the executive branch, and federal judges.[21]
  • February 8 - Manuel Lujan, Jr. is sworn in as the 46th United States Secretary of the Interior in the Department of the Interior auditorium during the morning.[22] William K. Reilly is sworn in as Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency at Waterside Mall during the morning.[23] In a statement, President Bush announces that he will receive advising from the Economic Policy Council and the Domestic Policy Council "in the formulation, coordination, and implementation of economic and domestic policy."[24]
  • February 9 - President Bush delivers an address to a joint session of Congress outlining the agenda of the administration during an evening appearance in the House Chamber of the Capitol.[25]
  • February 10 - President Bush meets with Prime Minister of Canada Brian Mulroney in the latter's residence. The two leaders later answer questions from reporters on acid rain, the American economy, agriculture, the environment, Canadian steel exports, and relations between the East and West during the afternoon.[26]
  • February 13 - President Bush addresses the Business and Industry Association of New Hampshire in the Armory at the Center of New Hampshire Holiday Inn in Manchester, New Hampshire during the morning.[27] Jack Kemp is sworn in as the 9th United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development in the cafeteria at the Department of Housing and Urban Development during the afternoon.[28]
  • February 14 - President Bush announces the nomination of Roy M. Goodman for membership on the Board of Directors of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation.[29]
  • February 15 - President Bush addresses the South Carolina State Legislature in the house chamber of the State capitol in Columbia, South Carolina during the morning.[30] President Bush announces the nomination of Richard J. Kerr for Deputy Director of Central Intelligence.[31] President Bush announces the appointment of Francis S.M. Hodsoll as Executive Associate Director of the Office of Management and Budget and Chief Financial Officer.[32]
  • February 16 - Clayton Yeutter is sworn in as the 23rd United States Secretary of Agriculture on the patio at the Department of Agriculture during the morning.[33]
  • February 17 - President Bush delivers an address to students at Washington University at the university field house in St. Louis, Missouri during the morning.[34] President Bush announces the nominations of Elaine Chao for Deputy Secretary of Transportation,[35] and Sidney Linn Williams for Deputy United States Trade Representative.[36]
  • February 21 - President Bush announces the appointment of William L. Roper for Deputy Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy and Director of the White House Office of Policy Development.[37]
  • February 22 - President Bush announces the nomination of Robert R. Glauber for Under Secretary of the Treasury.[38]
  • February 24 - President Bush holds his fourth news conference at the residence of the American Ambassador in Tokyo during the evening. President Bush answers questions on the Tower designation, and his physical health.[39]
  • February 26 - President Bush gives a speech during the morning prayer services at Chongmenwen Christian Church reflecting on the changes since his last visit to Beijing.[40] President Bush addresses American Embassy employees on his schedule in Beijing during the afternoon.[41]
  • February 27 - President Bush delivers an address to the National Assembly in the National Assembly Hall in Seoul during the afternoon. The speech is first major address of his to take place in foreign country since his inauguration.[42]
  • February 28 - President Bush answers questions from reporters on the bookstore bombings, human rights, and the Tower nomination in the Cabinet Room during the afternoon.[43] President Bush announces the nominations of Constance Horner for Under Secretary of Health and Human Services,[44] Mary Sheila Gall for Assistant Secretary of Health and Human Services (Human Development Services),[45] and Douglas P. Mulholland for Assistant Secretary of State (Intelligence and Research).[46]

March

  • March 1 - President Bush addresses members of the Small Business Legislative Council in the East Room during the afternoon.[47] President Bush announces the appointment of Mark Albrecht for the Director of the staff of the National Space Council.[48]
  • March 2 - President Bush attends a reception for the participants in the National Endowment for the Humanities Teacher-Scholar Program in the East Room during the afternoon.[49] President Bush announces the nomination of William Pelham Barr to be an Assistant Attorney General (Office of Legal Counsel).[50]
  • March 3 - President Bush says the administration is formulating a drug plan and expresses the view that Americans not interested in seeing drugs flow into the United States while in the Oval Office during the afternoon.[51] President Bush addresses the winners of the Westinghouse Science Talent Search during an afternoon appearance at the National Academy of Sciences Building.[52]
  • March 6 - President Bush attends the Annual Conference of the Veterans of Foreign Wars in the Sheraton Ballroom at the Sheraton Washington Hotel during the morning.[53] President Bush announces the nominations of Anthony Joseph Principi to be Deputy Secretary of Veterans Affairs at the Veterans Administration,[54] and Gerald L. Olson for Assistant Secretary of Health and Human Services (Legislative Affairs).[55]
  • March 7 - President Bush addresses members of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in the Dining Room at the Department of State during the evening.[56]
  • March 9 - James D. Watkins is sworn in as the 6th United States Secretary of Energy in the cafeteria at the Department of Energy during the morning.[57]
  • March 10 - Louis W. Sullivan is sworn in as the 17th United States Secretary of Health and Human Services in the Great Hall at the Department of Health and Human Services during the morning.[58] President Bush delivers an address to the National Conference of State Legislators at a briefing in Room 450 of the Old Executive Office Building during the morning.[59] President Bush holds his seventh news conference in the Briefing Room during the afternoon. President Bush answers questions from reporters on the Tower nomination, the Cheney designation, the Strategic Defense Initiative, and defense budget as well as policy.[60] President Bush announces the nomination of Michael Hayden Armacost for United States Ambassador to Japan.[61]
  • March 13 - President Bush delivers an address to National Association of Attorneys General members in the Roosevelt Room during the morning.[62] William J. Bennett is sworn in as Director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy in Room 450 of the Old Executive Office building during the morning.[63]
  • March 14 - President Bush gives a speech to Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith members at a briefing in Room 450 of the Old Executive Office Building during the morning.[64]
  • March 15 - Ed Derwinski is sworn in as the 1st United States Secretary of Veterans Affairs on the South Lawn during the afternoon.[65]
  • March 16 - President Bush attends a Forum Club-hosted luncheon at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston during the afternoon.[66] President Bush attends the Junior Achievement National Business Hall of Fame Dinner in the ballroom of the International Center during the evening.[67] President Bush announces the nomination of Gilbert E. Carmichael for Administrator of the Federal Railroad Administration.[68]
  • March 17 - President Bush holds his eighth news conference aboard Air Force One. President Bush answers questions from reporters on FSX, terrorism, gun control, American hostages in Lebanon, inflation, aid to the Contras, his personal schedule, his visit to Cheyenne Mountain High School, his dog, and his press conferences.[69] President Bush announces the nomination of Kate Leader Moore for Assistant Secretary of Transportation (Budget and Programs).[70]
  • March 20 - Thomas R. Pickering is sworn in as the 18th United States Ambassador to the United Nations in the Roosevelt Room during the morning.[71] In a morning appearance in the Indian Treaty Room of the Old Executive Office building, President Bush answers questions from the State Legislators Working Group on his literacy efforts, gubernatorial elections, family issues, gun control, the War on Drugs, and minority participation of the Republican Party.[72] President Bush announces the nomination of Julius L. Katz for Deputy United States Trade Representative.[73]
  • March 21 - Dick Cheney is sworn in as the 17th United States Secretary of Defense in the Center Courtyard of the Pentagon during the afternoon.[74] President Bush announces the nomination of Janice Obuchowski for Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Communications and Information.[75]
  • March 22 - President Bush delivers an address to students at Conestoga Valley High School in the school gymnasium during the morning.[76]
  • March 24 - President Bush holds his ninth news conference in the Briefing Room during the morning. President Bush addresses the Central America accord.[77] President Bush gives a speech to the crew of the Space Shuttle Discovery in Room 450 of the Old Executive Office Building during the morning.[78] President Bush announces the nomination of William H. Taft IV for the U.S. Permanent Representative on the Council of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.[79]
  • March 27 - President Bush announces the nominations of William G. Rosenberg for Assistant Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency for Air and Radiation,[80] Alfred A. DelliBovi for Under Secretary of Housing and Urban Development,[81] and John C. Weicher for Assistant Secretary of Housing and Urban Development for Policy Development and Research.[82]
  • March 28 - President Bush answers questions from reporters on the Alaskan oil spill, the bipartisan accord on Central America, and the collaborative jet fighter of the United States and Japan during a morning Oval Office appearance.[83] President Bush makes an appearance at James Madison High School during the morning, answering questions on his dog, schedule, regional conflicts, pay raises in the legislative and judicial branches, the War on Drugs, education, Easter, terrorism, aviation safety, and volunteerism during the morning.[84]
  • March 29 - The press office of First Lady Barbara Bush announces that she has been found to have Graves' disease.[85] The White House announces that President Bush plans to nominate Wayne Budd for U.S. Attorney in Massachusetts.[86]
  • March 30 - Bush administration officials report that the cleanup of the oil-ridden Prince William Sound was hampered by a "slow start" in addition to confirming that President Bush has ruled out the federal government's participation in the effort, citing it as counterproductive.[87]

April

  • April 1 - According to a statement by Press Secretary Fitzwater, President Bush meets with President of Venezuela Carlos Andrés Pérez over the debt situation in the latter's country. President Bush states his support for the reforms being carried out by the Venezuelan government.[88]
  • April 3 - President Bush meets with representatives for the family members of the victims in Pan Am Flight 103 for an hour during the morning.[89] President Bush and President of Egypt Mohammed Hosni Mubarak make a joint appearance in the Rose Garden during the afternoon.[90] President Bush announces the nomination of Alan Charles Raul for General Counsel of the Department of Agriculture.[91]
  • April 4 - President Bush attends a White House briefing for members of the American Business Conference in Room 450 of the Old Executive Office Building during the afternoon.[92] President Bush attends a state dinner for the President of Egypt Hosni Mubarak in the State Dining Room during the evening.[93] President Bush announces the nomination of Delos Cy Jamison for Director of the Bureau of Land Management at the Department of the Interior.[94]
  • April 5 - President Bush transmits Educational Excellence Act of 1989 to Congress in a message in which he calls for it to be enacted.[95] President Bush attends a presentation ceremony for the National Teacher of the Year Award in the Rose Garden during the morning.[96]
  • April 6 - President Bush attends a dinner honoring Prime Minister of Israel Yitzhak Shamir in the State Dining Room during the evening.[97] President Bush announces the appointment of Mary McClure for Special Assistant to the President for Intergovernmental Affairs.[98]
  • April 7 - President Bush holds his tenth news conference in the Briefing Room during the morning. President Bush answers questions from reporters on minimum and training wages, oil drilling and exploratinon, the Polish Roundtable Accords, the peace process in the Middle East, the Alaskan oil spill, Iran arms, and the Iran-Contra affair.[99]
  • April 10 - President Bush signs the Whistleblower Protection Act of 1989 in Room 450 of the Old Executive Office Building during the afternoon. The law is said by President Bush to be instrumental in "strengthening the protections and procedural rights available to those Federal employees who report misdeeds and mismanagement."[100] President Bush announces the nomination of Diane Kay Morales for Assistant Secretary of Energy (Environment, Safety and Health).[101]
  • April 11 - President Bush attends a presentation ceremony for the President's Volunteer Action Awards in the East Room during the afternoon.[102] President Bush announces the continuation of Eugene J. McAllister in the position of Assistant Secretary of State (Economic and Business Affairs) at the Department of State.[103]
  • April 12 - President Bush delivers remarks congratulating the University of Michigan Wolverines over the team's victory in the NCAA Basketball Championship in the Rose Garden during the morning.[104] President Bush announces the nomination of Richard H. Truly for Administrator and Deputy Administrator of NASA in the Roosevelt Room during the afternoon.[105] President Bush announces the nomination of James R. Thompson, Jr. for Deputy Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.[106]
  • April 17 - President Bush delivers an address at Hamtramck City Hall in Hamtramck, Michigan during the morning.[107]
  • April 18 - President Bush attends he National Conference of the Building and Construction Trades Department of the AFL - CIO in the International Ballroom at the Washington Hilton Hotel during the morning.[108] In the afternoon, President Bush speaks during the Farm Radio Broadcast in answering questions on the subjects of agriculture budget and exports, drought relief, and Agriculture Secretary Yeutter.[109] Invoking his predecessor Franklin D. Roosevelt, President Bush signs legislation implementing the bipartisan accord on Central America in the Rose Garden during the afternoon.[110] President Bush transmits "five revised deferrals of budget authority now totaling 9,663,811" in a message to Congress.[111]
  • April 19 - President Bush announces the nomination of Morton Isaac Abramowitz for Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to Turkey.[112]
  • April 20 - President Bush delivers remarks congratulating the University of Tennessee Lady Volunteers over the their victory in the NCAA Basketball Championship during the morning.[113] President Bush and Vice President Quayle deliver remarks in the Vice President's office in the Old Executive Office Building prior to President Bush signing the legislation establishing the National Space Council during the afternoon.[114] President Bush announces the nomination of D. Allan Bromley for Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy.[115]
  • April 21 - President Bush signs a proclamation declaring the upcoming May 1 as "Law Day, 1989" during a morning appearance in the Roosevelt Room.[116] President Bush designates James J. Carey for Acting Chairman of the Federal Maritime Commission.[117]
  • April 24 - President Bush attends a memorial service for the victims of the USS Iowa turret explosion in Hangar LP - 2 at the Norfolk Naval Air Station in Norfolk, Virginia during the morning.[118] President Bush attends a luncheon of the Associated Press Business in the Grand Ballroom at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Chicago during the afternoon.[119] President Bush attends the dedication ceremony for the Centennial Grove in the Great Hall of the State capitol of Bismarck, North Dakota during the afternoon.[120]
  • April 25 - President Bush delivers an address to employees of Ford Aerospace Space Systems in the facility's cafeteria courtyard in Palo Alto, California during the morning.[121] President Bush gives a speech to officers outside of the main house at Rancho del Rio during the afternoon.[122] President Bush announces the nomination of Richard L. Armitage for United States Secretary of the Army.[123]
  • April 26 - President Bush delivers a speech to the Texas State Legislature in the house chamber of the State Capitol in Austin during the afternoon.[124]
  • April 27 - President Bush attends a dedication ceremony for the Michael Bilirakis Alzheimer's Center while in the courtyard of St. Mark Village in Palm Harbor, Florida during the afternoon.[125]
  • April 28 - President Bush delivers an address to the American Legislative Exchange Council during a morning briefing in Room 450 of the Old Executive Office Building.[126] President Bush holds his eleventh news conference in the Briefing Room during the afternoon. President Bush announces that "Governments of the United States and Japan have reached understandings that will allow us to proceed with joint development of the FSX fighter aircraft. I'm ready to submit the FSX agreement to Congress for its review."[127]
  • April 30 - President Bush attends the bicentennial celebration of the first inauguration of George Washington outside of Federal Hall during the afternoon.[128]

May

  • May 1 - President Bush delivers an address to the United States Chamber of Commerce at DAR Constitution Hall during the morning.[129] Susan S. Engeleiter is sworn in as the 16th Administrator of the Small Business Administration in the Roosevelt Room during the morning.[130] President Bush announces the nomination of Donald B. Rice for United States Secretary of the Air Force.[131]
  • May 2 - President Bush addresses the Council of the Americas in the main auditorium at the Department of State during the morning.[132] President Bush announces the nomination of David J. Gribbin III for Assistant Secretary of Defense (Legislative Affairs).[133] President Bush announces the reappointment of Zvi Kestenbaum for membership on the Commission for the Preservation of America's Heritage Abroad.[134]
  • May 3 - President Bush announces the nomination of Sean Charles O'Keefe for Comptroller of the Department of Defense.[135] President Bush transmits the European Economic Community-United States Fishing Agreement in a message to both chambers of Congress.[136] Defense Secretary Cheney tells the Senate Armed Services Committee that President Bush and himself "do not perceive a significant difference in terms of our views of the situation with respect to the Soviet Union."[137]
  • May 4 - President Bush attends the National Prayer Breakfast in the State Dining Room during the evening.[138] President Bush announces the nomination of Reggie B. Walton for Associate Director for National Drug Control Policy (Bureau of State and Local Affairs).[139]
  • May 5 - President Bush attends a celebration for Cinco de Mayo in the East Room during the afternoon.[140]
  • May 8 - President Bush announces the nomination of Julia Chang Bloch for Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Kingdom of Nepal.[141]
  • May 9 - President Bush attends a question and answer session in the Shiloh Child Development Center during the morning.[142]
  • May 11 - President Bush answers questions from reporters on the Panama situation during an afternoon appearance in the Briefing Room.[143] President Bush announces the nomination of James Franklin Rill for Assistant Attorney General (Antitrust Division) in the Department of Justice.[144]
  • May 12 - President Bush announces the nomination of Jerry M. Hunter for General Counsel of the National Labor Relations Board.[145]
  • May 13 - President Bush delivers an address at the commencement ceremony at Mississippi State University in the Thurman field during the afternoon.[146] President Bush attends a fundraising reception for Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell in the reception tent at Lane's End Farm in Lexington, Virginia during the evening.[147]
  • May 15 - President Bush attends a Memorial Day ceremony for the National Peace Officers at the West Front of the Capitol during the afternoon.[148]
  • May 17 - President Bush delivers an address to American Retail Federation members in Room 450 of the Old Executive Office Building during the morning.[149] President Bush signs a bill reauthorizing the Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Holiday Commission in the East Room during the afternoon.[150] President Bush announces the nomination of Antonio Lopez for Associate Director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (National Preparedness Directorate).[151] President Bush announces the continuation of the tenure of Charles E.M. Kolb as Deputy Under Secretary of Education for Planning, Budget, and Evaluation.[152]
  • May 18 - President Bush holds a discussion with teachers at Wilson Magnet High School in the school's library during the morning.[153] President Bush makes additional remarks to students at Wilson Magnet in the gymnasium.[154] President Bush delivers an address to Brainpower Coalition supporters in Building One of the Elmgrove Eastman Kodak facility during the afternoon.[155]
  • May 21 - President Bush attends the commencement ceremony for Boston University at Dickerson Field during the afternoon.[156]
  • May 22 - President Bush attends a White House dinner in honor of American governors in the State Dining Room during the evening.[157] President Bush announces the nomination of Thomas Joseph Murrin for Deputy Secretary of Commerce.[158]
  • May 24 - President Bush attends the commencement ceremony for United States Coast Guard Academy on Nitchman Field in New London, Connecticut at the Academy during the afternoon.[159]
  • May 25 - President Bush announces the nominations of Edward Joseph Perkins for Director General of the Foreign Service at the Department of State,[160] and Fred T. Goldberg, Jr. for Commissioner of Internal Revenue at the Department of the Treasury.[161]
  • May 28 - President Bush attends a Memorial Day ceremony at the Sicily-Rome American Cemetery in Nettuno, Italy during the morning.[162]
  • May 30 - President Bush attends a dinner hosted by Chancellor of Germany Helmut Kohl in the dining room at the Redoute Castle during the evening.[163]
  • May 31 - President Bush delivers remarks to employees of the American embassy and their families during a morning appearance at the residence of Rita Suessmuth.[164] President Bush releases a statement responding to the resignation of House Speaker Jim Wright, lauding Wright in both his character and career as well as wishing him well in his future endeavors.[165]

June

  • June 1 - President Bush addresses employees of the American Embassy and their families at the residence of the American ambassador in London during the afternoon.[166] President Bush attends a dinner hosted by Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Margaret Thatcher at 10 Downing Street in London during the evening.[167] President Bush announces the nomination of Shirley Temple Black for Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic.[168] President Bush announces the continued service of Michael Ussery in the position of Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Kingdom of Morocco.[169]
  • June 2 - President Bush arrives at Pease Air Force Base in Portsmouth, New Hampshire during the afternoon. He delivers remarks there about American foreign allies, anniversaries, and his views.[170]
  • June 4 - The White House releases a statement on the death of Ayatollah Khomeini, stating that it is their hope that with his passing, "Iran will now move toward assuming a responsible role in the international community."[171]
  • June 5 - President Bush holds his fourteenth news conference in the Briefing Room of the White House during the morning. President Bush answers questions from reporters on student demonstrations in China, Iran, and elections in Poland.[172] President Bush attends the annual meeting of the Business Roundtable in the Capitol Ballroom of the J.W. Marriott Hotel during the evening.[173]
  • June 6 - President Bush releases a statement on the forty-fifth anniversary of D-Day reflecting on the event and notes what he calls the successes of allied unity from the previous week.[174] In a statement, President Bush praises the free elections in Poland as signs toward an increase in democracy within the country.[175] President Bush announces the nominations of Sherrie Sandy Rollins for Assistant Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (Public Affairs),[176] and Roy M. Goodman for membership on the National Council on the Arts.[177] President Bush attends the welcoming ceremony for Prime Minister of Pakistan Benazir Bhutto in the South Portico during the morning.[178]
  • June 7 - President Bush announces the nomination of Michael R. Deland for membership on the Council on Environmental Quality.[179]
  • June 8 - President Bush delivers an address to Ducks Unlimited members at the Sixth International Waterfowl Symposium of the Arlington Ballroom in Arlington during the afternoon.[180] President Bush announces the nomination of Debra Russell Bowland for Administrator of the Wage and Hour Division at the Department of Labor.[181]
  • June 9 - President Bush announces the nomination of Thomas Patrick Melady for Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Holy See.[182]
  • June 13 - President Bush delivers a speech at University of Nebraska in the Bob Devaney Sports Center on the campus of the university during the afternoon.[183] President Bush announces the nominations of Stella Garcia Guerra to be an Assistant Secretary of the Interior (Territorial and International Affairs),[184] and John F. Turner for Director of the United States Fish and Wildlife Service at the Department of the Interior.[185]
  • June 14 - President Bush announces the continuation of Richard Schifter in his tenure as Assistant Secretary of State for Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs.[186]
  • June 15 - President Bush delivers an address to law enforcement officers in the Federal Training Center in the Steed Building in Glynco, Georgia during the morning.[187] President Bush attends the reception held for participants in the Very Special Arts International Festival on the South Portico during the afternoon.[188]
  • June 16 - President Bush announces the nomination of Stephen John Hadley to be an Assistant Secretary of Defense (International Security Policy).[189]
  • June 19 - President Bush attends the presentation ceremony for the Drug-Free Schools Awards in the Rose Garden during the morning.[190]
  • June 20 - President Bush attends the presentation ceremony for the Presidential Scholars Awards in the Rose Garden during the morning.[191]
  • June 21 - President Bush announces the Youth Engaged in Service to America Initiative on the South Lawn during the morning.[192] President Bush announces the nomination of John J. Easton, Jr., to be an Assistant Secretary of Energy (International Affairs and Energy Emergencies).[193]
  • June 22 - President Bush speaks with Covenant House residents during the morning.[194]

July

  • July 3 - President Bush releases a statement responding to the U.S. Supreme Court decision in Webster v. Reproductive Health Services, noting his favor of the court's choice but also conceding that the issue was one that would "stir strong feelings."[195]
  • July 4 - Press Secretary Fitzwater releases a statement on former President Reagan being examined after a riding accident in Mexico and President Bush's knowledge of the incident.[196]
  • July 5 - President Bush releases a statement in response to the Media Advertising Partnership for a Drug-Free America increasing its efforts in combating the usage of illegal drugs with its pledge to for an increase in donation advertising to $1,000,000.[197] President Bush announces the nomination of Linda M. Combs for Assistant Secretary of the Treasury (Management).[198]
  • July 6 - President Bush attends the presentation ceremony for the Presidential Medal of Freedom in the East Room during the morning.[199] President Bush announces the nomination of Eric M. Javits for Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Republic of Venezuela.[200]
  • July 7 - President Bush announces the nomination of Arthur W. Fort for the position of Assistant Secretary of State (Administration).[201]
  • July 10 - President Bush delivers an address to Polish National Assembly in the main chamber of the Parliament Building during the afternoon.[202]
  • July 11 – Secretary of Defense Cheney pledges an increase of civilian oversight in the purchasing of arms as well as trimming the people involved in purchasing decisions by thousands.[203]
  • July 13 – The Senate approves immigration legislation sponsored by Senators Alan Simpson and Ted Kennedy that creates categories that rank immigrants by their education and work experience. The Senate rejects bestowing more points to immigrants who speak English under the legislation.[204]
  • July 14 – Bush administration officials say the administration is preparing the offer of compensation for the families of the victims in the Iranian airliner that were shot down by the US Navy.[205] In an 81 to 10 vote, the Senate approves the imposing of economic sanctions on China.[206]
  • July 16 – President Bush reports the Soviet economy as being worse than that of its western counterparts during a news conference.[207]
  • July 18 – President Bush addresses the novel Whose Broad Stripes and Bright Stars: The Trivial Pursuit of the Presidency, 1988 for the claim that Vice President Quayle was a lightweight during the campaign, stating his offense and citing Quayle's trips to Latin America as proof of his worth.[208]
  • July 19 - President Bush releases a statement on the elections in Nicaragua reflecting on the activities of the Sandinistas and outlining the goals the US has toward Nicaragua.[209] President Bush announces the nomination of Nicolas Miklos Salgo for the position of Ambassador during his tenure as the Special Negotiator for Property Issues.[210]
  • July 21 - President Bush announces the nomination of Charles Warren Hostler for Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the State of Bahrain.[211]
  • July 30 – Secretary of State Baker asserts the US is opposed to the Khmer Rouge having any role in a possible Cambodian government while at an international conference.[212]

August

  • August 1 - President Bush attends a White House barbecue with members of Congress on the South Lawn during the evening.[213] President Bush announces the nomination of Jonathan Moore for the position of Alternate Representative of the United States of America for Special Political Affairs at the United Nations.[214] In a statement, President Bush announces the United States "will provide additional support for the Polish people and the democratization process" during the 1990 fiscal year.[215]
  • August 2 - President Bush addresses the hostage situation in Lebanon while speaking to reporters in the Oval Office during the afternoon.[216] Press Secretary Fitzwater releases a statement announcing that the Bush administration had come to "a consensus with key Senators from both parties on legislation that would expand the reach of this country's civil rights laws to include disabled Americans."[217] President Bush announces the nomination of Stephen Read Hanmer, Jr. for Deputy Director of the United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency.[218]
  • August 3 - In a letter to congressional leadership, President Bush notes his repeated urging of "Congress to act on legislation to resolve the crisis in the savings and loan industry" and reaffirms his commitment to finding a bipartisan solution.[219]
  • August 7 - President Bush attends a ceremony commemorating the bicentennial of the United States Department of War on Sommerall Field at Fort Myer in Arlington, Virginia during the morning.[220] President Bush attends the Boy Scout National Jamboree in Bowling Green where he delivers a speech recounting the first time he fished as a child.[221]
  • August 8 - President Bush addresses the National Urban League Conference at the Washington Convention Center during the afternoon.[222]
  • August 9 - President Bush signs the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery, and Enforcement Act of 1989 into law during a morning appearance in the Rose Garden. President Bush says the legislation will address the issues of the savings and loan industry and "safeguard and stabilize America's financial system and put in place permanent reforms so these problems will never happen again."[223] President Bush announces the continuation of John J. Welch, Jr. in his position as Assistant Secretary of the Air Force (Acquisition).[224] President Bush signs H.J. Res. 281 into law. The joint resolution prohibits oil, gas, and mineral activities from taking place within the Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary.[225]
  • August 10 - President Bush announces the nomination of Colin Powell for Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff during an afternoon joint appearance with Powell in the Rose Garden.[226] President Bush releases a statement urging Americans to pray for the Lebanon hostages during the Sunday services some will attend over the upcoming weekend.[227]
  • August 11 - Press Secretary Fitzwater releases a statement confirming the education summit with American governors will be held from September 27-28 in Virginia.[228]
  • August 12 - President Bush releases a statement on the twenty-eighth anniversary of the Berlin Wall being erected stating the anniversary has created "renewed determination to overcome the division of Berlin and of Europe" and that the US is committed to assisting Berlin with gaining freedom and prosperity.[229]
  • August 13 - President Bush issues a statement on the plane crash death of Mickey Leland expressing his disappointment with no survivors being found aboard the aircraft and his condolences for Leland's family.[230]
  • August 14- - President Bush signs the Disaster Assistance Act of 1989 in the Roosevelt Room shortly before noon. Bush states that the legislation will provide relief with payments to compensate farmers affected by natural disasters.[231] President Bush announces the nomination of Richard C. Breeden for membership on the Securities and Exchange Commission.[232]

November

  • November 2 – Congress negotiators agree to a defense budget of 305 million USD which cuts 1 billion USD from the Strategic Defense Initiative.[233]
  • November 3White House Press Secretary Marlin Fitzwater says the Bush administration will back Congress in a pay raise for top federal officials while in Norfolk, Virginia.[234]
  • November 21 - President Bush announces the nomination of Arthur J. Hill for President of the Government National Mortgage Association.[235]
  • November 22 - President Bush attends the Commercial Appeal's Thanksgiving Celebration on the front lawn of the Commercial Appeal in Memphis, Tennessee during the afternoon.[236] President Bush announces the nomination of William James Haynes II for General Counsel of the Department of the Army.[237]
  • November 24 – US Ambassador William Walker says the only known witness to the slaying of six Jesuit priests the prior week was granted safe passage by the Bush administration.[238]
  • November 27 - President Bush announces his appointment of Peter W. Senopoulos for membership on the American Battle Monuments Commission.[239]
  • November 28 - President Bush delivers an address to members of the Presidential Economic Delegation to Poland at Blair House during the evening.[240] President Bush signs the National Museum of the American Indian Act into law.[241] President Bush signs the Support for East European Democracy (SEED) Act of 1989, an authorization of "8 million in assistance to promote democratization in Poland and Hungary" as well as provide other programs for the sake of promoting reform in both countries.[242]
  • November 29 – President Bush says it is too soon to cut defense spending during an interview in the Oval Office, saying "we are not in that posture."[243] President Bush addresses his meeting with Prime Minister of Canada Brian Mulroney in the South Portico during the evening.[244]
  • November 30 - President Bush signs the Ethics Reform Act of 1989, which he states "important reforms that strengthen Federal ethical standards."[245]

December

  • December 1 – President Bush orders US warplanes into Manila.[246]
  • December 2 – President Bush meets with Mikhail Gorbachev at a summit, Bush proposing the two collaborate on a strategic arms reduction treaty for another summit in six months.[247]
  • December 3 – Aboard the Maxim Gorky, a soviet ship, President Bush and Gorbachev have a joint news conference.[248]
  • December 4 – In Brussels, ahead of a NATO summit, President Bush talks with Prime Minister of Britain Margaret Thatcher and Prime Minister of Canada Brian Mulroney.[249]
  • December 7 – President Bush delivers a speech at the Acres Homes War on Drugs Rally in Houston, Texas.[250]
  • December 8 – President Bush states his wishes to attend a Colombia summit in spite of recent bombings.[251]
  • December 11 – President Bush says the trip to China taken by Brent Scowcroft and Lawrence Eagleburger was meant to brief Chinese officials on the Malta summit and that he is pleased with China's announcement earlier that day that China is not intending to sell Syria M-9 missiles.[252] Bush also admits to a potential lack of funds in cleaning up the saving and loan disaster of the US from a 50 billion thrift bailout while speaking to editorial writers in Washington.[253]
  • December 12 – Secretary of State Baker visits East Germany, telling denizens there that the US supports the changes "taking place in this country."[254] The White House announces the Bush administration's possible authorization of three telecommunication satellites to China following a cancellation as a result of the Tiananmen Square bloody demonstrator crackdown.[255] President Bush attends the Catholic University of America Anniversary Dinner at the Pension Building during the evening.[256]
  • December 13 – President Bush signs a repeal of the Medicare Catastrophic Coverage Act.[257]
  • December 14 – President Bush announces his nomination of Donald Robert Quartel for Federal Maritime Commissioner.[258]
  • December 15 – President Bush signs the Department of Housing and Urban Development Reform Act of 1989.[259]
  • December 16 - President Bush holds his thirtieth news conference in the Amiral Room at the Hotel L'Habitation de Lonvilliers with President of France François Mitterrand during the afternoon. The two answer questions from reporters on trade with countries in the east part of the world, the Middle East, relations between the US and Libya, the future of Haiti, terrorism, the War on Drugs, the reunification of Germany, relations between the US and France, General Noriega, Romania, Lebanon, NATO, the American role in Europe, political and economic reforms worldwide, American defense spending, the European development bank, and China.[260]
  • December 18 – The White House discloses that President Bush sent National Security Advisor Scowcroft on a secret trip to China the past July for the purpose of informing Chinese officials of President Bush's shock in response to the June 4 Tiananmen Square violence.[261] President Bush signs the Veterans' Benefits Amendments of 1989 into law, which is said to increase "certain benefits" allocated to veterans through payment.[262] President Bush announces the appointment of Edward C. Aldridge, Jr. for membership on the President's National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee.[263]
  • December 19 – Secretary of State Baker admits miscommunication on his part of when US officials first met with Beijing leadership after the Tiananmen Square massacre.[264] President Bush signs the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1989 into law. The law is said to have "significant deficit-reduction measures for fiscal year 1990".[265]
  • December 20 – President Bush delivers a televised address condemning military action by the United States in Panama.[266]
  • December 21 – President Bush holds what he calls his 30th as well as final of the year, insisting an "open-ended" commitment toward the continued deployment of American troops in Panama and tracking Manuel Antonio Noriega.[267]
  • December 22 – President Bush and First Lady Barbara Bush visit AIDs patients, the president commenting that some individuals are worried about contracting the disease through casual contact as part of their misinformation on how to acquire it.[268]
  • December 23 – President Bush moves 2,000 troops into Panama as reinforcements for US forces already there amid criticism the US is not moving quickly enough.[269]
  • December 26 – Press Secretary Fitzwater releases a statement saying President Bush is content with Panamanian people making "progress" in crafting a democracy as well as by the involvement of the US in the endeavor.[270]
  • December 27 – President Bush participates in a question and answer session with reporters in Corpus Christi, Texas.[271]
  • December 29 – Press Secretary Fitzwater says President Bush has issued "a warm message of congratulations" to Vaclav Havel in response to the latter being elected President of Czechoslovakia.[272]
  • December 30 – President Bush says the Panama-based US troops made a "screwup" two days prior when they searched the Panama residence of Antenor Ferrey.[273]
  • December 31 – President Bush talks with reporters in San Antonio, Texas, saying the administration is solving the problems in Noriega and that discussions and conversations will take place in the advancement of the US agenda there.[274]

1990

January

  • January 1 - A message of President Bush to the Soviet Union is broadcast to the country. The remarks were recorded on December 19 of the previous year.[275]
  • January 2 – President Bush sends a letter to Benjamin Hooks, condemning recent racially motivated bombings and insists that he will make sure the federal government works to get the perpetrators in jail.[276] The Bush administration announces the first full year budget will be late by a week, Richard Darman, the budget chief, attributing Congress in part for the delay.[277] Congressional sources say the president's budget will have a proposed slashing by one fourth of the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program.[278]
  • January 3 - President Bush announces that General Manuel Noriega has turned himself in to American authorities in Panama during an evening address in the Briefing Room.[279]
  • January 5 - President Bush holds his thirty-second news conference in the Briefing Room during the afternoon. President Bush answers questions from reporters on women in combat, relations between the United States and the Soviet Union, military action in Panama, the attack on religious Nicaragua workers, covert diplomacy, American military action in the future, and relations between the United States and China.[280] President Bush announces the nomination of Anthony Hurlbutt Flack for membership on the National Council on Disability.[281]
  • January 7 - President Bush introduces the Presidential Lecture Series in the State Dining Room during the afternoon.[282]
  • January 8 - President Bush addresses the American Farm Bureau Federation in Hall D of the Orange County Convention/Civic Center in Orlando, Florida during the morning.[283]
  • January 9 - President Bush announces the nomination of D'Wayne Gray for the newly created position of Chief Benefits Director for the Department of Veterans Affairs.[284]
  • January 28 – Vice President Quayle visits the Panama Canal and joins 1,000 servicemen for the Super Bowl there.[285]
  • January 29 – President Bush sends his budget for the upcoming fiscal year to Congress. The budget is 1.23 trillion USD and proposes government spending increases.[286] Vice President Quayle meets with Prime Minister of Jamaica Michael Manley. Manley tells Quayle that the US violated international law with the invasion of Panama.[287]

July

  • July 24 - President Bush delivers an address at a rally against drugs in the West Philadelphia Community Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania during the afternoon.[288] President Bush attends a fundraiser dinner in the Grand Ballroom at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City during the evening.[289] President Bush announces the nomination of Edward P. Brynn for Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to Burkina Faso.[290]
  • July 25 - President Bush attends a ceremony commemorating Captive Nations Week in the Rose Garden during the afternoon.[291] President Bush announces the appointment of Richard W. Porter to the position of Special Assistant to the President and Executive Secretary for the Domestic Policy Council.[292]
  • July 26Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990

August

September

November

December

  • December 21 - President Bush announces the appointment of Phillip D. Brady for Assistant to the President and Staff Secretary.[293]
  • December 22 - President Bush and Prime Minister of the United Kingdom John Major answer questions from reporters on the Persian Gulf Crisis and Soviet reforms during the morning.[294]
  • December 24 - President Bush's Christmas message to American soldiers in broadcast. The address was recorded thirteen days earlier in the Old Executive Office Building.[295]
  • December 27 - President Bush speaks to reporters on the Persian Gulf Crisis, his schedule, and the Soviet Union on South Lawn of the White House during the afternoon.[296]
  • December 29 - President Bush issues a memorandum to Secretary of State Baker on trade between the United States and the Soviet Union.[297]

1991

January

  • January 2 - President Bush announces his appointment of Katherine L. Super for Deputy Assistant to the President for Appointments and Scheduling at the White House.[298]
  • January 3 - President Bush announces the nominations of Arthur J. Hill for Assistant Secretary of Housing and Urban Development,[299] and James F. Hoobler for Inspector General of the Small Business Administration.[300]
  • January 4 - President Bush answers questions on discussions between the United States and Iraq during an appearance on the South Lawn at the White House during the afternoon.[301]
  • January 7 - President Bush announces the nomination of George H. Pfau, Jr. for Director of the Securities Investor Protection Corporation.[302]
  • January 8 - President Bush announces the nomination of Stanford E. Parris for Administrator of the Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation.[303]
  • January 9 - President Bush holds a news conference on the Persian Gulf Crisis in the Briefing Room at the White House during the afternoon.[304] President Bush announces the nomination of Bernadine P. Healy for Director of the National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services.[305]
  • January 10 - President Bush announces the appointment of Raymond Ebeling for membership on the Advisory Commission on Conferences in Ocean Shipping.[306]
  • January 11 - President Bush announces his nomination of James Edward Denny for Assistant Commissioner of Patents and Trademarks at the Department of Commerce.[307] President Bush sends a message to Congress on the subject of economic sanctions against Libya.[308]
  • January 12 - President Bush holds the sixty-ninth news conference of his presidency in the Briefing Room during the afternoon, the main topic being the Gulf War.[309]
  • January 13 - President Bush delivers an address on military involvement from the Soviet Union within Lithuania and answers questions during an afternoon South Lawn appearance.[310]
  • January 14 - President Bush signs the Authorization for Use of Military Force Against Iraq Resolution, stating his hope for the resolution to bring peace.[311]
  • January 16 - Press Secretary Fitzwater announces President Bush's authorizing of United States Secretary of Energy James D. Watkins being able to "draw down and distribute the Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) at such a rate as the Secretary may determine."[312]
  • January 17 - President Bush announces the nomination of Carol T. Crawford for membership on the United States International Trade Commission.[313] President Bush speaks to reporters on the subject of the Persian Gulf conflict during a morning appearance in the Cabinet Room.[314]
  • January 18 - President Bush holds his seventieth news conference in the Briefing Room during the afternoon, addressing the Gulf War.[315]
  • January 21 - President Bush speaks on Iraq and the Soviet Union on the South Lawn during the morning.[316]
  • January 22 - President Bush sends a message to Congress regarding Bulgarian trade.[317]
  • January 23 - President Bush speaks to reporters in the East Room over details relating to his talks with President of Mongolia Punsalmaagiin Ochirbat during the afternoon.[318]
  • January 24 - President Bush answers questions from reporters on a Republican leadership meeting while in the Cabinet Room during the morning.[319]
  • January 25 - President Bush announces the nomination of Edward R. Madigan for United States Secretary of Agriculture and answers questions from reporters during an afternoon appearance in the Briefing Room.[320]
  • January 28 - President Bush delivers an address to the Annual Convention of the National Religious Broadcasters in the ballroom of the Sheraton Washington Hotel during the morning.[321]
  • January 29 - President Bush delivers the 1991 State of the Union Address in the House Chamber of the Capitol during the evening.[322]
  • January 30 - President Bush announces the nominations of Robert B. Zoellick for Under Secretary of State for Economic and Agricultural Affairs,[323] and Katherine Shirley for Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Republic of Senegal.[324] President Bush announces the appointment of Edward O. Vetter for membership on the Competitiveness Policy Council.[325]
  • January 31 - President Bush attends the National Prayer Breakfast in the International Ballroom at the Washington Hilton Hotel during the morning.[326] President Bush delivers an address on his administration's policy toward the controlling of drugs in Room 450 of the Old Executive Office Building during the afternoon.[327]

February

  • February 1 - President Bush delivers an address at the Cherry Point Marine Corps Air Station in North Carolina during the morning.[328]
  • February 4 - President Bush gives a speech to the National Governors' Association in the East Room during the morning.[329] President Bush submits a message to Congress in regards to the fiscal budget for the following year.[330]
  • February 5 - President Bush holds his seventy-first news conference, concerning the Soviet Union and the Gulf War, in the Briefing Room during the morning.[331] President Bush announces the nomination of Rockwell A. Schnabel for United States Deputy Secretary of Commerce.[332]
  • February 6 - President Bush signs the Agent Orange Act of 1991 into law, stating the legislation will use science "to settle the troubling questions concerning the effect on veterans of exposure to herbicides -- such as Agent Orange -- used during the Vietnam era."[333]
  • February 8 - President Bush answers questions from reporters on the Gulf War in the Oval Office during the afternoon.[334]
  • February 11 - President Bush delivers an address on the Gulf War in the Rose Garden during the afternoon.[335]
  • February 12 - President Bush announces the nomination of Catherine Yi-yu Cho Woo for membership on the National Council on the Arts.[336]
  • February 13 - President Bush announces the nomination of John G. Keller, Jr. for United States Under Secretary of Commerce for Travel and Tourism.[337]
  • February 14 - President Bush announces the appointment of John Kenneth Blackwell for the Representative of the United States on the Human Rights Commission of the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations.[338]
  • February 15 - President Bush delivers an address to the American Association for the Advancement of Science in Room 450 of the Old Executive Office Building during the morning.[339] President Bush gives a speech to employees of the Raytheon Missile Systems Plant in Andover, Massachusetts during the afternoon.[340]
  • February 19 - President Bush answers questions from reporters on the Gulf War during a morning appearance in the Cabinet Room.[341]
  • February 20 - President Bush attends a welcoming ceremony for Margrethe II of Denmark in the South Portico during the morning.[342] President Bush delivers an address on the energy policies of his administration in Room 450 of the Old Executive Office Building during the afternoon.[343]
  • February 21 - President Bush signs the proclamation for the designation of National Parents and Teachers Association Week in the Roosevelt Room during the afternoon.[344]
  • February 22 - Lynn Morley Martin is sworn in as United States Secretary of Labor in the Great Hall at the Department of Labor during the morning.[345]
  • February 23 - In an evening Briefing Room appearance, President Bush announces his authorization of General Norman Schwarzkopf "to use all forces available including ground forces to eject the Iraqi army from Kuwait."[346]
  • February 25 - President Bush announces the nomination of Dennis A. Yao for Federal Trade Commissioner.[347]
  • February 27 – President Bush announces the Gulf War has ended, citing the liberation of Kuwait and the defeat of the Iraq army, in a televised address.[348]
  • February 28 - President Bush delivers an address and answers questions from reporters on the subject of the Gulf War during an afternoon joint appearance with Kuwait Ambassador to the United States Saud Nasser Al-Saud Al-Sabah in the Oval Office.[349]

March

  • March 1 - President Bush gives a speech to the American Legislative Exchange Council in Room 450 of the Old Executive Office Building during the morning.[350] President Bush signs a proclamation in commemoration of the thirtieth anniversary of the Peace Corps in the Roosevelt Room during the morning.[351] President Bush holds his seventy-second news conference and addresses the aftermath of the Gulf War in the Briefing Room during the afternoon.[352] President Bush transmits a report to Congress concerning trade negotiations as well as agreements.[353]
  • March 4 - President Bush delivers an address on foreign policy to Veterans Service Organizations while in Room 450 of the Old Executive Office Building during the afternoon.[354] President Bush delivers an address on the fiftieth anniversary of the Westinghouse Science Talent Search in the International Ballroom of the Washington Hilton Hotel during the evening.[355] President Bush announces the nomination of Donald Jay Yockey for Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition.[356]
  • March 5 - President Bush attends a briefing on extending Fast track in Room 450 of the Old Executive Office Building during the morning. In his address, President Bush touts the benefits of the extension and advocates opposing the measure.[357] President Bush makes a joint appearance in the Oval Office with Minister of Foreign Affairs of Spain Francisco Fernández Ordóñez during the afternoon.[358]
  • March 6 - President Bush delivers an address to a joint session of Congress on the ending of the Gulf War that also outlines how the conflict has affected the administration's policies in the House Chamber during the evening.[359]
  • March 7 - President Bush announces the appointment of Judy Smith as Special Assistant to the President and Deputy Press Secretary.[360] President Bush presents former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Margaret Thatcher with the Presidential Medal of Freedom in the East Room during an afternoon ceremony.[361]
  • March 8 - President Bush releases a memorandum to executive departments and agencies on Desert Shield participants returning to federal civilian employment.[362] President Bush sends a message to Congress on terminated "imposed with respect to" Kuwait.[363]
  • March 10 - President Bush delivers an address on the stage at Ford's Theatre Gala during the evening.[364]
  • March 11 - President Bush gives a speech promoting crime control legislation proposals by his administration during a morning appearance in the East Room.[365] President Bush attends a presentation ceremony for the Point of Light Award at Henderson Hall/Barcroft Elementary School in Arlington, Virginia during the afternoon.[366]
  • March 12 - Edward R. Madigan is sworn in as the 24th United States Secretary of Agriculture in the Patio at the Agriculture Building during the morning.[367]
  • March 13 - President Bush holds his seventy-third news conference with Prime Minister of Canada Brian Mulroney in the Reading Room at Parliament Hill during the afternoon.[368]
  • March 14 - President Bush holds his seventy-fourth news conference in the Bougainvillier Room at the Hotel Meridien with President of France Francois Mitterrand during the afternoon.[369]
  • March 15 - President Bush announces the nomination of William G. Curran, Jr. for United States Director of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development at the Department of Treasury.[370]
  • March 18 - President Bush receives the Elie Wiesel Foundation Humanitarian Award during a joint appearance with Elie Wiesel in the morning.[371]
  • March 19 - President Bush delivers a speech to the Points of Light Foundation in Room 450 of the Old Executive Office Building during the afternoon.[372]
  • March 21 - President Bush addresses policy brutality and questions from reporters in the Cabinet Room during the afternoon.[373]
  • March 22 - President Bush announces the nomination of David T. Kearns for United States Deputy Secretary of Education.[374]
  • March 23 - President Bush delivers an address in the Presidential Ballroom at the Capital Hilton Hotel during the evening.[375]
  • March 25 - President Bush signs a proclamation that issues Greek Independence Day during a morning appearance in the Roosevelt Room.[376]
  • March 26 - President Bush speaks favorably of Germany in the aftermath of its contributions to Desert Storm and answers questions from reporters in the Oval Office during the afternoon.[377]
  • March 27 - President Bush gives a speech in the Dean Acheson Room at the State Department during the afternoon.[378]
  • March 29 - President Bush issues a statement on the death of Lee Atwater.[379]

April

  • April 2 - President Bush announces the nomination of John Schrote for Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Policy, Management and Budget.[380]
  • April 3 - President Bush answers questions from reporters in regards to the administration's foreign policy while at the Jupiter Hills Country City Golf Course in Hobe Sound, Florida during the afternoon.[381]
President Bush at the posthumous presentation of the Medal of Honor of Corporal (CPL) Freddie Stowers, April 4, 1991
  • April 4 - President Bush holds his seventy-seventh news conference with Prime Minister of Japan Toshiki Kaifu during a morning appearance in Ballroom A of the Four Seasons Hotel in Newport Beach, California. The questions are strictly aimed toward the Bush administration's foreign policy.[382] President Bush announces the appointment of Douglas H. Paal for Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs.[383]
  • April 5 - President Bush meets with Hispanic business owners at the Four Seasons Hotel to better relations between the United States and Mexico during the afternoon. Bush then answers inquiries into the administration's foreign policy by reporters.[384] President Bush releases a statement in response to the death of John Tower.[385]
  • April 6 - President Bush holds his seventy-eight press conference on the grounds of the Houstonian Hotel during the afternoon. Bush and United States Secretary of State James Baker answer questions on the administration's foreign policy.[386] President Bush signs the Persian Gulf Conflict Supplemental Authorization and Personnel Benefits Act of 1991. Bush states it authorizes "appropriations that the Administration requested for Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm" alongside benefits for service members who served during the Gulf War.[387]
  • April 7 - President Bush delivers an address in commemoration of the National Day of Thanksgiving in the main sanctuary of St. Martin's Episcopal Church during the morning.[388]
  • April 8 - President Bush attends a gathering for the commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of the Dallas Naval Air Station as well as presentation of the Point of Life Award to the volunteers of the Voice of Hope Ministries the tarmac in front of the Dallas Naval Air Station Operations Building during the afternoon.[389]
  • April 9 - President Bush delivers an address to business leaders on Fast Track extension in the Cabinet Room during the afternoon.[390] President Bush gives a speech to the American Business Conference meeting in the Great Hall at the Department of Commerce during the afternoon.[391]
  • April 10 - President Bush attends the presentation ceremony for the National Teacher of the Year Award at Slanesville Elementary School in Slanesville, West Virginia during the morning.[392] President Bush announces the appointment of C. Gregg Petersmeyer for Assistant to the President and Director of the Office of National Service.[393] President Bush signs the Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm Supplemental Appropriations Act, 1991, meant "to provide funds to pay the costs of Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm."[394]
  • April 11 - President Bush announces the nomination of Preston Moore for Chief Financial Officer of the Department of Commerce.[395]
  • April 12 - President Bush announces the nomination of Charles R. Bowers for Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Republic of Bolivia.[396]
  • April 13 - President Bush delivers an address in the fuel cell hanger at Maxwell Air Force Base War College in Montgomery, Alabama during the morning.[397]
  • April 15 - President Bush attends a briefing of the Associated General Contractors of America in Room 450 of the Old Executive Office Building during the morning.[398] President Bush addresses the National Association of Broadcasters Convention in Room 459 of the Old Executive Office Building during the afternoon.[399]
President Bush reads a book to children during Great American Read Aloud Day in the Diplomatic Reception Room, April 16, 1991
  • April 16 - President Bush transmits the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic-United States Nuclear Energy Cooperation Agreement in a report to Congress.[400] President Bush holds his eightieth news conference in the Briefing Room during the afternoon, answering questions from reporters on the administration's foreign policy.[401]
  • April 17 - President Bush attends the welcoming ceremony for President of Nicaragua Violeta Chamorro at the South Portico during the morning.[402] President Bush announces the nomination of Gordon R. Sullivan to be Chief of Staff of the United States Army.[403]
  • April 18 - President Bush announces the nomination of Mary Ann Casey for Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Democratic and Popular Republic of Algeria.[404] President Bush delivers an address on the administration's nationwide education policy during an afternoon appearance in the East Room.[405]
  • April 19 - President Bush announces the appointment of Gary L. Foster for Special Assistant to the President and Deputy Press Secretary.[406]
  • April 22 - President Bush attends the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Musicale Reception in the East Room during the evening.[407] President Bush announces the nomination of Carl E. Mundy, Jr. for Commandant of the U.S. Marine Corps.[408]
  • April 23 - President Bush attends the presentation ceremony for the Point of Light Award in Bancroft Hall at the United States Naval Academy during the afternoon.[409]
  • April 24 - President Bush announces the nomination of Nancy Patricia Dorn for Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Works in the Defense Department.[410] President Bush delivers an address to the National Summit on Mathematics Assessment in the auditorium of the National Academy of Sciences during the afternoon.[411]
  • April 25 - President Bush delivers remarks to the United States Academic Decathlon Winners in the Rose Garden during the morning.[412]
  • April 26 - President Bush announces the nominations of John Thomas McCarthy for Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Republic of Tunisia,[413] and Nicholas Platt for Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.[414]
  • April 29 - President Bush answers questions while making a joint appearance in the Roosevelt Room with the National Association of Farm Broadcasters during the afternoon.[415]
  • April 30 - President Bush announces the nomination of Gordon S. Brown for Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Islamic Republic of Mauritania.[416]

May

  • May 1 - President Bush delivers an address on National Physical Fitness and Sports Month in the South Lawn during the morning.[417] President Bush holds an afternoon meeting with the Society of Business Editors and Writers in the Ballroom at the Washington Marriott Hotel. Bush delivers an address and answers questions while attending.[418] President Bush attends a briefing on the extension of the Fast Track Authority in Room 450 of the Old Executive Office Building during the afternoon.[419]
  • May 2 - President Bush announces the nomination of Sally G. Cowal for Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.[420]
  • May 3 - President Bush delivers an address at Cochran Gardens Community Center in St. Louis, Missouri during the afternoon.[421]
  • May 4 – President Bush delivers an address at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan during the morning.[422] President Bush suffers irregular heartbeat during a jog. Stays in hospital for a few days. Diagnosed with Grave's Disease.
  • May 6 - President Bush answers questions from reporters on the subjects of his health and Vice President Quayle in the Rose Garden during the morning.[423]
  • May 7 - President Bush confirms his health is back to normal when asked by a reporter during a morning appearance in the Cabinet Room.[424] President Bush attends the Small Business Person of the Year Award ceremony in the Rose Garden during the morning. He delivers an address and answers questions.[425]
  • May 8 - President Bush holds his eighty-first news conference in the Briefing Room during the morning. President Bush announces the resignation of William H. Webster as Director of the Central Intelligence Agency and answers questions relating to his domestic and foreign policies as well as his re-election bid.[426]
  • May 9 - President Bush announces the nomination of Robert H. Pelletreau, Jr. for Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Arab Republic of Egypt.[427]
  • May 10 - President Bush attends the Social Sciences Complex dedication ceremony at Princeton University in Princeton, New Jersey during the morning.[428]
  • May 12 - President Bush delivers an address at Hampton University at Armstrong Field in Hampton, Virginia during the morning.[429]
  • May 14 - President Bush holds his eighty-second news conference in the Briefing Room during the morning. President Bush announces the nomination of Robert M. Gates for Director of the Central Intelligence Agency and answers questions ranging from inquiries into Gates' nomination to the administration's foreign policy.[430]
  • May 15 - President Bush delivers an address on the administration's domestic policy in Room S - 207 at the U.S. Capitol during the afternoon.[431] President Bush answers questions from reporters on foreign policy in the South Lawn during the afternoon.[432] President Bush announces the nominations of Morris D. Busby for Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Republic of Colombia,[433] and Johnnie Carson for Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Republic of Uganda.[434]
  • May 17 - President Bush transmits a message to the Senate on the subject of the Basel Convention on the Control of Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes and Their Disposal.[435]
  • May 20 - President Bush holds his eighty-third news conference with Chancellor of Germany Helmut Kohl in the Rose Garden during the evening. President Bush answers questions from reporters on the administration's foreign policy.[436]
  • May 21 - President Bush announces the nomination of Robert Michael Guttman for Assistant Secretary of Labor for Labor Management Standards.[437]
  • May 23 - President Bush delivers an address to the National Retail Federation in Room 450 of the Old Executive Office Building during the morning.[438]
  • May 24 - President Bush signs the Niobrara Scenic River Designation Act of 1991 into law, imposing a designation of "three segments of the Niobrara River and one segment of the Missouri River in Nebraska and South Dakota as 'instant' components of the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System without the benefit of a formal study."[439]
  • May 27 - President Bush attends the commencement ceremony for Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut during the morning.[440]
  • May 28 - President Bush holds his eighty-fifth news conference in Cape Arundel Golf Course in Kennebunkport, Maine during the morning. He answers questions on his health and the administration's foreign policy.[441]

June

  • June 1 - President Bush attends the commencement ceremony for the United States Military Academy at Michie Stadium in West Point, New York during the morning, delivering a speech.[442] President Bush answers questions on relations between the United States and the Soviet Union posed to him by reporters aboard Air Force One during the afternoon.[443]
  • June 3 - President Bush delivers an address to the National Federation of Independent Business in the Regency Ballroom at the Capitol Hill Hyatt Regency during the afternoon.[444] President Bush gives a speech to the National Education Goals Panel at the Grand Hyatt Hotel during the afternoon.[445] President Bush gives an education address in the Indian Treaty Room of the Old Executive Office Building during the afternoon.[446]
  • June 4 - President Bush announces the sixteen fellows composing the 1991 - 1992 White House Fellows appointments.[447]
  • June 5 - President Bush meets with Prime Minister of Mauritius Anerood Jugnauth in the Oval Office. President Bush and Prime Minister Jugnauth appear jointly in the South Portico during the afternoon.[448] President Bush announces the nomination of Steven I. Hofman for Assistant Secretary of Labor for Public Affairs.[449] President Bush submits a message to Congress for the transfer of the District of Columbia Government's 1992 budget request and 1991 budget supplemental request.[450]
  • June 6 - President Bush delivers an address to the Annual Southern Baptist Convention in the Georgia World Congress Center during the morning.[451] President Bush announces the nomination of Desiree Tucker-Sorini for Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Public Affairs and Liaison.[452]
  • June 7 - Henry Catto is sworn in as Director of the United States Information Agency in the Voice of America Auditorium during the morning. President Bush delivers remarks prior to the swearing-in.[453] President Bush announces the nomination of Richard W. Carlson for Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Republic of Seychelles.[454]
  • June 8 - President Bush attends a memorial ceremony for those killed during the Gulf War in the amphitheater at Arlington National Cemetery during the morning. President Bush delivers an address.[455]
  • June 11 - President Bush attends the commencement ceremony for James H. Groves Adult High School in the high school's auditorium in Seaford, Delaware during the afternoon.[456] President Bush announces the appointments of Gary J. Andres for Deputy Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs (House),[457] and Arnold I. Havens for Special Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs (House).[458] President Bush delivers an address in Hangar 3 at the base of Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland during the afternoon.[459]
  • June 12 - President Bush answers questions from reporters on President of El Salvador Alfredo Cristiani, foreign policy, and his birthday in the Oval Office during the morning.[460] President Bush delivers an address on the administration's domestic policy in the South Lawn during the evening.[461] President Bush announces the nomination of Christopher W.S. Ross for Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Syrian Arab Republic.[462]
  • June 13 - President Bush delivers an address on Childhood Immunization in the Rose Garden during the morning.[463] President Bush attends the groundbreaking ceremony for the Hospital for Sick Children during the morning.[464] President Bush signs a proclamation designating the following day as " Baltic Freedom Day" in the Roosevelt Room during the afternoon.[465] President Bush gives a speech to the Annual Republican Congressional Fundraising Dinner in Hall A at the Washington Convention Center during the evening.[466]
  • June 14 - President Bush answers questions from reporters on the subject of the administration's foreign policy, his California trip, and civil rights legislation while aboard Air Force One during the morning.[467] President Bush attends the commencement ceremony for the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, California during the morning.[468]
  • June 16 - President Bush attends the Simon Wiesenthal Center Dinner in the Los Angeles Ballroom at the Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles, California during the evening.[469] President Bush gives a speech during an appearance at Mile Square Park in Fountain Valley, California during the afternoon.[470] President Bush announces the appointment of Clayton S. Fong for Deputy Director of the Office of Consumer Affairs at the Department of Health and Human Services.[471]
  • June 17 - President Bush answers questions from reporters on relations between the United States and Soviet Union and South Africa while aboard Air Force One during the morning.[472] President Bush delivers an address in the Mesa County Courthouse in Grand Junction, Colorado during the afternoon.[473]
  • June 18 - President Bush attends a briefing on crime legislation in Room 450 of the Old Executive Office Building during the afternoon.[474] President Bush attends the state dinner for President of Brazil Fernando Collor de Mello in the State Dining Room during the evening.[475]
  • June 19 - President Bush answers questions from reporters on White House Chief of Staff John H. Sununu and civil rights legislation while in the Cabinet Room during the morning.[476] President Bush attends the presentation ceremony for the Presidential Scholars Awards in the South Lawn of the White House during the afternoon.[477]
  • June 20 - President Bush and National Security Advisor Brent Scowcroft meet with former Prime Minister Thatcher for an hour for a discussion on the Soviet Union.[478] President Bush meets with Chief Minister of KwaZulu Mangosuthu Buthelezi in the Oval Office for talks on the development of South Africa. President Bush and Chief Minister KwaZulu address the contents of their meeting in the South Portico during the afternoon.[479]
  • June 21 - President Bush delivers an address to the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials in the Rose Garden during the morning.[480] President Bush speaks with President of the Soviet Union Mikhail Gorbachev by telephone on the current state of the Soviet Union. Press Secretary Fitzwater releases a statement on the content of the discussion.[481] President Bush announces the nomination of Frank G. Wisner for Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Republic of the Philippines.[482] President Bush submits a message to Congress transmitting a report on the nationwide emergency relating to chemical and biological weapon proliferation.[483]
  • June 25 - President Bush delivers an address at a luncheon with federal law enforcement agencies in the Roosevelt Room during the afternoon.[484] President Bush announces the nomination of Diane S. Ravitch for Assistant Secretary for Educational Research and Improvement at the Department of Education.[485]
  • June 27 - President Bush attends the unveiling ceremony for his official presidential bust in the Rotunda at the Capitol during the afternoon.[486] President Bush delivers an address and answers questions from reporters at a ceremony in the Rose Garden commemorating the anniversary of the Enterprise for the Americas Initiative during the afternoon.[487] President Bush announces the nomination of Olin L. Wethington for Deputy Under Secretary of the Treasury for International Affairs.[488] President Bush signs the Education Council Act of 1991, legislation geared toward fulfilling aspects of his America 2000 education reform strategy with the establishment of a National Commission on Time and Learning and a National Council on Education Standards and Testing.[489]
  • June 28 - President Bush answers questions on his Supreme Court nominee from reporters while aboard Air Force One during the afternoon.[490] President Bush announces the nominations of Nancy Risque Rohrbach[491] and Cari M. Dominguez for Assistant Secretaries of Labor for Employment Standards Administration at the Department of Labor.[492]

July

  • July 1 - President Bush holds his eighty-sixth news conference at Walker's Point during the afternoon. Bush announces his nomination of Clarence Thomas for Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court and answers questions on the nomination and the administration's foreign policy.[493]
  • July 2 - President Bush attends the welcoming ceremony for President of South Korea Roh Tae-woo in the South Portico during the morning.[494] President Bush and President Roh deliver addresses at the State Dining Room reception for Roh during the evening.[495]
  • July 3 - President Bush attends the presentation ceremony for the Presidential Medals of Freedom and Presidential Citizen's Medals in the East Room during the morning.[496] President Bush attends the dedication ceremony for the Mount Rushmore National Memorial in South Dakota during the afternoon.[497]
  • July 4 - President Bush delivers an address on the Webster County Courthouse lawn commemorating Independence Day during the morning.[498] President Bush gives a speech commemorating Independence Day on the parade route in front of the City Council Building in Grand Rapids, Michigan during the afternoon.[499]
  • July 9 - President Bush delivers an address to the American Defense Preparedness Association in the Grand Ballroom at the J.W. Marriott Hotel during the morning.[500] President Bush attends the presentation ceremony for the National Medal of the Arts in the East Room shortly after noon.[501]
  • July 10 - President Bush holds his eighty-eight news conference in the Briefing Room during the afternoon. Bush answers questions on his nominations, South Africa, Iraq, abortion, and civil rights.[502] President Bush holds his eighty-ninth news conference in the Briefing Room during the afternoon. Bush starts the news conference off with an announcement of the nomination of Alan Greenspan for another term as Chair of the Federal Reserve and for the Federal Reserve Board of Governors.[503] President Bush delivers an address to the White House Conference on Library and Information Services in Hall A of the Washington Convention Center during the afternoon.[504]
  • July 11 - President Bush and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Soviet Union Alexander Bessmertnykh make a joint appearance in the Oval Office during the morning.[505]
  • July 12 - President Bush answers questions from reporters on Japan, the Central Intelligence Agency Director and Supreme Court nominations, talks of arms reduction, an alleged deal during the Iran hostage crisis, and the Soviet Union on the lawn of the President's residence at Walker's Point in Kennebunkport, Maine during the morning.[506] The White House releases a statement on the subject of the Trade Enhancement Initiative for Central and Eastern Europe.[507]
  • July 14 - President Bush holds his ninety-first news conference with President of France Francois Mitterrand on the lawn of Chateau de Rambouillet in Rambouillet, France during the evening. Bush answers questions on achieving peace in the Middle East, Iraq, the Soviet Union, and aiding emerging democracies.[508] President Bush attends the presentation ceremony for the Declaration of the Legion of Merit, Degree of Chief Commander to Sir Peter de la Billiere in the Pilliared Room of No. 10 Downing Street during the evening.[509]
  • July 15 - President Bush answers questions on discussions of peace within the Middle East, negotiations on START I, the London Economic Summit, and Iraq from reporters at the Winfield House in London, United Kingdom during the morning.[510] Press Secretary Fitzwater releases a statement on the administration's involvement in Middle East peace discussions at the Hilton Hotel in London during the afternoon.[511]
  • July 16 - The London Economic Summit releases a declaration over conventional arms transfers and nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons.[512] President Bush announces the nomination of Sylvia Chavez Long for Assistant Secretary of Veterans Affairs for Congressional Affairs at the Department of Veterans Affairs.[513]
  • July 17 - President Bush holds his ninety-second news conference with Soviet Union President Gorbachev in the garden of Winfield House in London during the afternoon. The two presidents speak on relations between their countries and answer questions from reporters.[514]
  • July 18 - President Bush gives a speech to the Greek Parliament in Athens, Greece in the Greek Parliament building during the afternoon.[515] President Bush holds his ninety-fourth news conference with Prime Minister of Greece Konstantinos Mitsotakis on the patio of the Prime Minister's office during the evening. President Bush answers questions on Balkan, the Soviet Union, Iraq, Turkey, and Greece.[516]
  • July 19 - President Bush delivers an address to the Greek-American Chamber of Commerce Breakfast in the ballroom of the Intercontinental Hotel in Athens, Greece during the morning.[517] President Bush delivers an address to United States and Greek Armed Forces at the Souda Bay naval facility in Souda Bay, Crete during the afternoon.[518]
  • July 20 - President Bush delivers remarks after arriving at Esenboga Airport in Ankara, Turkey during the morning.[519] President Bush holds his ninety-fifth news conference with President of Turkey Turgut Özal on the front landing of the Presidential Palace in Ankara during the afternoon. The two presidents answer questions on Turkey, Iraq, Cyprus, the New World Order, and the creation of peace in the Middle East.[520] President Bush delivers an address at a state dinner in Ankara while in the garden of the Presidential Palace during the evening.[521]
  • July 21 - Presidents Bush and Özal answer questions on their respective foreign policies from reporters aboard Air Force One.[522] President Bush announces the nomination of Richard Clark Barkley for Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Republic of Turkey.[523]
  • July 22 - President Bush delivers an address at Ataturk Airport during a morning departure ceremony to conclude his trip to Turkey.[524] Press Secretary Fitzwater reads a statement confirming that President Bush had earlier in the day created "a Bulgarian-American Agriculture/Agribusiness Enterprise Fund."[525]
  • July 23 - President Bush answers questions from reporters on the Iraq oil sales and Chinese trade while in the Cabinet Room during the morning.[526] President Bush attends the presentation ceremony for the Take Pride in America Awards in the East Room during the afternoon.[527]
  • July 24 - President Bush addresses reporters on his nominations to the Supreme Court and for CIA Director in the Cabinet Room during the morning.[528] President Bush answers questions from reporters on South Africa in the Oval Office during the morning.[529] President Bush and President of Zimbabwe Robert Mugabe deliver remarks in the South Lawn during the afternoon.[530]
  • July 25 - President Bush delivers an address at the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Church Annual Convention in the Arlington Room of the Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel in Arlington, Virginia during the morning.[531] President Bush signs the National Literacy Act of 1991[532] in the Roosevelt Room during the afternoon. Bush states that the bill is national and "our first major step toward a fully literate America".[533] President Bush announces the George Edward Moose for Deputy Representative of the United States of America in the Security Council of the United Nations with an ambassador ranking.[534]
  • July 26 - President Bush issues a memorandum addressing Americans with disabilities having access to federal programs and employment.[535] President Bush delivers an address commemorating the anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 signing in the Rose Garden during the morning.[536]
  • July 30 - President Bush attends the arrival ceremony for his visit to Russia in St. George's Hall at the Kremlin during the morning.[537] President Bush transmits the Regional Agreement for the Use of the Band 1605 - 1705 kHz in Region 2 in a message to the Senate.[538]

August

  • August 1 - President Bush attends the arrival ceremony for his visit to the Soviet Union at the Borispol Airport in Kiev during the afternoon.[539] President Bush delivers an address to the Supreme Soviet of the Republic of the Ukraine in Session Hall of the Supreme Soviet Building during the afternoon.[540]
  • August 2 - President Bush announces the nomination of B. Robert Okun for Assistant Secretary for Legislation and Congressional Affairs.[541] President Bush issues a memorandum on the Soviet Union.[542] President Bush holds his ninety-seventh news conference in the Rose Garden during the afternoon. President Bush answers questions on HIV as well as other domestic issues, his re-election campaign and health, Latin America, and civil rights.[543]
  • August 5 - President Bush releases a statement on Clarence Thomas's ongoing nomination, expressing his confidence in the latter being confirmed following Senate hearings.[544]
  • August 6 - President Bush attends the kickoff ceremony for the Eighth Annual National Night Out Against Crime in the Auditorium at the Drug Enforcement Administration during the morning.[545] Press Secretary Fitzwater releases a statement on President Bush's sending of the U.S.-Soviet trade agreement to Congress for approval four days prior.[546] President Bush answers questions from reporters on hostages, the Middle East Peace Conference, the resignation of L. William Seidman, and the Iran-contra investigation while aboard Air Force One.[547]
  • August 7 - Press Secretary Fitzwater releases a statement expressing the administration's confidence in Clarence Thomas being confirmed as well as qualifications to serve on the court.[548]
  • August 8 - Press Secretary Fitzwater releases a statement on President Bush being satisfied with the release of British hostage John McCarthy from Lebanon captors.[549]
  • August 11 - President Bush delivers a speech on the release of American hostage Edward Tracy and answers questions relating to the matter including how it affects the administration's foreign policy while at his home.[550] Press Secretary Fitzwater releases a statement on President Bush's knowledge of Tracy being released and his gratification over the act.[551]
  • August 13 - President Bush signs the National Security Strategy Report for 1991 and forwards the report to Congress. Bush later releases a statement expressing his actions and opinions on the subject.[552] President Bush answers questions from reporters on the hostage situation within the Middle East on the course at the Cape Arundel Golf Club in Kennebunkport during the morning.[553] President Bush announces the nomination of William Taylor for membership and Chairperson on the Board of Directors of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.[554]
  • August 14 - President Bush delivers an address at the Annual Convention of the National Fraternal Order of Police at the David Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania during the morning.[555] President Bush signs the Intelligence Authorization Act, Fiscal Year 1991 into law.[556]
  • August 15 - President Bush answers questions from reporters on hostages, his health, negotiations geared toward freeing the hostages, and golf on the course at the Cape Arundel Golf Club in Kennebunkport during the morning.[557]
  • August 17 - President Bush signs the Energy and Water Development Appropriations Act, 1992 into law, which Bush says "provides funds for the water resources development activities of the Army Corps of Engineers and the Department of the Interior's Bureau of Reclamation."[558]
  • August 19 - President Bush issues a statement on the attempted coup in the Soviet Union.[559] Deputy Press Secretary Popadiuk says President Bush spent the afternoon meeting with national senior advisors on the subject of the Soviet Union attempted coup and that President Bush "agreed to stay in close touch with the East European leaders and pledged continuing U.S. support for the economic and political reform process in the region."[560]
  • August 20 - President Bush holds his ninety-eighth news conference in the Rose Garden during the morning. President Bush opens the conference with an address on the attempted coup in Soviet Union and answers questions mainly geared toward foreign policy.[561]
  • August 21 - President Bush is announced by Press Secretary Fitzwater to have "waived for Romania the emigration provisions of the Jackson-Vanik amendment to the Trade Act of 1974" in a response to leaders within the democratic opposition of Romania.[562] President Bush holds his ninety-ninth news conference at the Shawmut Inn during the morning. President Bush begins the conference with an address on the Soviet Union and answers questions on the matter from reporters.[563]
  • August 22 - President Bush answers questions from reporters at his home on the subjects of attaining peace within the Middle East and the Soviet Union during the afternoon.[564] Press Secretary Fitzwater states the Bush administration has "entered into agreements with Bolivia to reduce substantially Bolivia's debt to the United States."[565]
  • August 23 - President Bush signs Proclamation 6327, designating the week starting with September 15 as "National Rehabilitation Week".[566]
  • August 24 - President Bush releases a statement on the casualties of the attempted coup in Moscow.[567]
  • August 26 - President Bush holds his one hundredth news conference jointly with Prime Minister of the United Kingdom John Major at his Walker's Point home during the afternoon. President Bush and Prime Minister Major answer questions from reporters centered around relations with the Soviet Union.[568]
  • August 29 - President Bush holds his one hundred and first news conference with Prime Minister Major at his Walker's Point home during the afternoon, the questions directed at the pair from reporters centering on the Soviet Union.[569]

September

  • September 2 - President Bush holds his one hundred and second news conference at his Walker's Point home during the morning. President Bush begins the conference with an address on the Soviet Union and answers questions from reporters on the subjects of achieving peace within the Middle East, American foreign policy, the defense budget, Baltic independence, and American assistance to the Baltic states.[570] President Bush issues a message on the occasion of Labor Day.[571]
  • September 3 - President Bush delivers an address to the Lewiston Comprehensive High School faculty and student body in the gymnasium of the school in Lewiston, Maine during the morning.[572] President Bush issues Proclamation 6329, designating September 22 to September 28, 1991 as "Minority Enterprise Development Week."[573]
  • September 6 - A recording of President Bush addressing the upcoming confirmation hearings of Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas is broadcast on the radio.[574] President Bush delivers an address to the National Association of Towns and Townships in the Regency Ballroom of the Hyatt Regency Hotel during the morning.[575]
  • September 9 - President Bush issues a statement emphasizing "the distinguished record and character" of Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas.[576]
  • September 10 - President Bush attends the welcoming ceremony for President of Senegal Abdou Diouf in the South Lawn during the morning.[577] President Bush announces the nomination of Paul H. Cooksey for Deputy Administrator of the Small Business Administration.[578]
  • September 11 - President Bush answers questions from reporters on Middle East peace and the ongoing Supreme Court nomination in the Cabinet Room during the morning.[579] President Bush delivers an address at the Stan Scott Tribute Dinner in the ballroom at the Washington Sheraton Hotel during the evening.[580] President Bush announces the nomination of Jose E. Martinez for Director of the Trade and Development Program.[581]
  • September 12 - President Bush holds his one hundred and third news conference in the Briefing Room during the afternoon. President Bush answers questions from reporters on hostage releases, the CIA and Supreme Court nominations, and Israeli loan guarantees.[582] President Bush delivers an address at the Veterans Administration Substance Abuse Treatment Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania during the afternoon.[583]
  • September 13 - President Bush delivers an Oval Office address praising the records of his Supreme Court and CIA Director nominees and advocating that Americans join him in supporting a quick confirmation of Bob Gates for CIA Director by the Senate.[584] President Bush announces the nomination of Alan M. Dunn for Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Import Administration.[585] President Bush sends a message to the Senate transmitting the Mongolian-United States Consular Convention.[586]
  • September 16 - President Bush attends the presentation ceremony for the National Medals of Science and Technology in the Rose Garden during the morning.[587] President Bush answers questions from reporters on the 1992 presidential election, Libyan indictments, and legislative initiatives in the Cabinet Room during the morning.[588] President Bush holds his one hundred and fourth news conference in the Rose Garden with Chancellor of Germany Helmut Kohl during the afternoon. The two answer questions from reporters on achieving peace within the Middle East, western aid to the Soviet Union, Yugoslavia civil conflict, Israel loan guarantees, Iraq, and Bob Gates' nomination.[589] President Bush announces the nomination of Steven E. Steiner for an according of the rank of Ambassador during his tenure of service as United States Representative to the START Joint Compliance and Inspection Commission.[590]
  • September 18 - President Bush arrives in Salt Lake City, Utah during the afternoon, delivering an address on the tarmac of the Salt Lake City International Airport upon his arrival.[591] President Bush delivers an address to the staff of Primary Children's Medical Center in Salt Lake City during the afternoon.[592] President Bush attends a Republican Party fundraising dinner at the Salt Lake City Marriott Hotel in Salt Lake City during the afternoon.[593] President Bush announces the nomination of Kathleen Day Koch for Special Counsel of the Office of Special Counsel.[594]
  • September 19 - President Bush gives a speech to Green Line/Interstate-105 Project Construction Site Employees in Los Angeles during the afternoon.[595]
  • September 20 - President Bush delivers an address to the Annual National Convention of the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Chicago, Illinois during the afternoon.[596] President Bush announces the nomination of Lanny Griffith for Assistant Secretary for Intergovernmental and Interagency Affairs at the Department of Education.[597]
  • September 23 - President Bush answers questions regarding his views on the policies in Iraq and the United Nations in the South Lawn during the morning.[598] President Bush gives a speech to the 46th Session of the United Nations General Assembly in the General Assembly Hall during the afternoon.[599]
  • September 24 - President Bush answers questions from reporters on the Security Council at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel during the afternoon.[600] President Bush attends a Republican Party fundraiser at the East Brunswick Ramada Renaissance Hotel in East Brunswick, New Jersey during the evening.[601] President Bush announces the nomination of Curtis Warren Kamman for Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States to the Republic of Chile.[602]
  • September 25 - President Bush announces the appointment of Thomas E. McNamara to the position of Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs and Senior Director for International Programs and African Affairs on the staff of the National Security Council.[603]
  • September 27 - President Bush delivers an address endorsing Clarence Thomas being confirmed to the Supreme Court and answers questions on foreign policy in the Cabinet Room during the morning.[604]
  • September 30 - President Bush delivers an address at the annual meeting of the Beacon Council at the James L. Knight International Center in Miami, Florida during the afternoon.[605] President Bush attends a fundraising dinner for Governor of Louisiana Buddy Roemer in the Grand Ballroom of the Sheraton New Orleans Hotel during the evening.[606]

October

  • October 1 - President Bush meets with Emir of Kuwait Jaber Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah for discussions on Iraq and how the country pertains to United Nations Security Council resolutions. The two make a joint appearance in the Rose Garden during the morning.[607] President Bush delivers an address to the students and faculty members of Alice Deal Junior High School shortly after noon.[608] President Bush releases a statement on the upcoming trip of United States Secretary of Agriculture Ed Madigan to Moscow for an assessment on food within the Soviet Union.[609] President Bush appoints John F. Herrick, Jr. to the position of Special Assistant to the President for Advance.[610]
  • October 2 - President Bush delivers an address to the Twelfth Annual Crime Stoppers International Conference at the Galt House East Hotel during the afternoon.[611] President Bush attends a fundraising dinner in support of Larry J. Hopkins in Louisville, Kentucky at the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center during the afternoon.[612] President Bush announces the nominations of Michael G. Kozak for Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Republic of El Salvador,[613] and Victor H. Reis for Director of Defense Research and Engineering at the Defense Department.[614]
  • October 3 - President Bush delivers an address at the signing ceremony for the proclamation designating German-American Day in the Roosevelt Room during the afternoon.[615] President Bush transmits a report on the Panamanian Government Assets Held by the United States in a message to Congress.[616] President Bush announces the nominations of Henrietta Holsman Fore for an Assistant Administrator of the Agency for International Development at the Bureau for Asia,[617] David M. Nummy for an Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Management.[618]
  • October 4 - President Bush issues Executive Order 12775, responding to Haiti and imposing certain transactions between Haiti and the United States.[619]
  • October 5 - President Bush attends the National Italian-American Foundation Fundraising Dinner at the Washington Hilton Hotel during the evening.[620]
  • October 7 - President Bush holds a meeting with the Cabinet for discussions on "a number of economic and legislative policy issues".[621]
  • October 10 - President Bush answers questions from reporters on his Supreme Court nomination, reiterating his support for Clarence Thomas.[622] President Bush and President of Costa Rica Rafael Ángel Calderón Fournier deliver remarks in the South Lawn during the afternoon.[623] President Bush delivers an address to the Religious Alliance Against Pornography in Room 450 of the Old Executive Office Building during the afternoon.[624] President Bush attends the Andrew Mellon Dinner at the West Building, National Gallery of Art during the evening.[625]
  • October 11 - President Bush answers questions from reporters on the Clarence Thomas nomination while in the Oval Office during the morning.[626]
  • October 13 - President Bush answers questions from reporters on the World Series, the Middle East Peace Conference, and the Clarence Thomas confirmation hearings in Holly Hills Country Club in Ijamsville, Maryland at noon.[627]
  • October 14 - President Bush answers questions from reporters on the Supreme Court nomination in the South Lawn during the afternoon.[628]

November

President Bush with former Presidents Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, and Richard Nixon, November 4, 1991
  • November 4 - President Bush attends the dedication of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum in Simi Valley, California.[629] President Bush announces his nomination of James Roderick Lilley for Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs.[630]
  • November 5 - President Bush presents the Environmental Youth Awards in Room 450 of the Old Executive Office Building during the morning.[631] President Bush answers questions from reporters in the Oval Office during the afternoon.[632]
  • November 20 - President Bush announces the nomination of Robert Edward Grady for Deputy Director of the Office of Management and Budget,[633] Henry Edward Hudson for Director of the U.S. Marshals Service at the U.S. Department of Justice,[634] and James Buchanan Busey IV for United States Deputy Secretary of Transportation.[635]
  • November 21 - President Bush signs the Civil Rights Act of 1991 during an afternoon signing ceremony in the Rose Garden.[636] President Bush issues Executive Order 12782, an amendment of Executive Order 12594.[637]
  • November 22 - President Bush announces his nomination of Jerry Ralph Curry for Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration.[638]
  • November 25 - President Bush issues Proclamation 6380, designating November 28, 1991 as "National Day of Thanksgiving",[639] signing the law during a morning appearance in the Rose Garden.[640]
  • November 26 - President Bush answers questions from reporters on the economy and Soviet Union in the Oval Office during the morning.[641] William Barr is sworn in as the 77th United States Attorney General in the Great Hall at the Department of Justice during the afternoon.[642]
  • November 27 - President Bush signs the proclamation declaring National Adoption Week in the Roosevelt Room during the morning.[643]
  • November 29 - President Bush issues Proclamation 6386, designating the upcoming December 7 as "National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day."[644]

December

  • December 4 - President Bush signs H.R. 1724,[645] the Intelligence Authorization Act, Fiscal Year 1992,[646] and the Tribal Self-Governance Demonstration Project Act into law.[647]
  • December 5 - President Bush holds a news conference in the Briefing Room on appointments, reelection, the Soviet Union, the economy, and tax cuts during the afternoon.[648] President Bush signs the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Years 1992 and 1993, enlisting authorizations relating to national security.[649]
  • December 7 - President Bush delivers an address to the Pearl Harbor Survivors Association at the National Cemetery of the Pacific during the morning.[650]
  • December 11 - President Bush issues a statement approving of the European Community Summit as a step toward maintaining the Atlantic partnership.[651]
  • December 12 - President Bush delivers a speech at the teleconference for the Arizona 2000 kickoff in the Oval Office during the afternoon.[652]
  • December 13 - President Bush delivers an address to the annual Congress of Cities in Room 459 of the Old Executive Office Building during the afternoon.[653] President Bush issues Proclamation 6392, designating December 1991 as "Bicentennial of the District of Columbia Month".[654]
  • December 16 - President Bush gives a speech at the Bicentennial of the Bill of Rights in Orange County, Virginia during the afternoon.[655]
  • December 17 - President Bush signs S. 1891, an amendment of the Public Health Service and Controlled Substances Acts.[656] President Bush issues Executive Order 1278, an extension of the President's Council on Rural America that mandates its termination to January 16, 1993.[657] President Bush conducts an interview from Room 459 of the Old Executive Office Building with Harold Green during the afternoon.[658]
  • December 18 - President Bush delivers an address to the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Dallas, Texas during the afternoon.[659] President Bush signs the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991.[660]
  • December 19 – President Bush signs the Coast Guard Authorization Act of 1991[661] and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Improvement Act of 1991.[662] President Bush conducts a press conference with foreign journalists on the relations of the US with other countries and the administration's general foreign policy in the Old Executive Office Building during the afternoon.[663]
  • December 20 - President Bush signs the Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991.[664]
  • December 25 - President Bush releases a statement on Mikhail Gorbachev resigning as President of the Soviet Union, thanking Gorbachev for his service during his tenure.[665] President Bush delivers a televised Oval Office address on the subject of the Commonwealth of Independent States during the evening.[666]
  • December 26Dissolution of the Soviet Union. President Bush releases a statement reaffirming American support for foreign direct investment.[667] President Bush issues Executive Order 12785, an extension of the President's Education Policy Advisory Committee that calls for a continuation throughout the entirety of 1992.[668] President Bush issues Executive Order 12786, making changes to pay and allowance rates.[669] President Bush holds a wide-ranging press conference in the Briefing Room during the afternoon.[670]
  • December 27 – President Bush delivers a speech on disaster relief at Chase Field Naval Air Station in Beeville, Texas during the morning.[671] President Bush gives an address on his administration's foreign policy at Bee County Rodeo Arena during the evening.[672]

1992

January

  • January 1 - President Bush answers questions on relations between the United States and Australia, trade issues, New Year's resolutions, and his schedule during the morning.[673] President Bush attends the dedication ceremony for the American gallery at the Australian National Maritime Museum in Sydney during the evening.[674]
  • January 2 - President Bush delivers an address to the Australian Parliament in Canberra in the Parliament House during the afternoon.[675] President Bush attends a dinner hosted by Prime Minister of Australia Paul Keating in the House of Representatives Chamber at Parliament House during the evening.[676]
  • January 4 - President Bush holds his one hundredth and sixteenth news conference with Prime Minister of Singapore Goh Chok Tong in the courtyard at Istana Palace during the morning. The two answer questions on relations between the US and Japan, the Command Task Force being relocated, American military spending, American military presence in the Pacific, trade between the United States and Asia, and Myanmar and Vietnam.[677] President Bush delivers an address and answers questions on free and fair trade, America's role in the Pacific, and Europe at the Westin Stamford Hotel in Singapore during the afternoon.[678]
  • January 6 - President Bush delivers an address to American and Korean business groups at the Hotel Shilla in Seoul during the morning.[679] Pre4sident Bush gives a speech at the Korean National Assembly in Seoul at the National Assembly Hall during the afternoon.[680]
  • January 8 – President Bush falls ill during a state dinner with Prime Minister Kiichi Miyazawa of Japan, vomiting on Miyazawa.[681]
  • January 9 - United States Secretary of the Treasury Nicholas F. Brady delivers remarks to the Japanese Welcoming Committee Luncheon at the Akasaka Prince Hotel during the afternoon.[682] President Bush holds his one hundred and eighteenth news conference at the Akasaka Palace with Prime Minister of Japan Kiichi Miyazawa during the afternoon. President Bush delivers an address at the start of the conference and the two answer questions on reporters on multilateral trade negotiations, relations between the United States and Japan, economic growth package, and his health.[683]
  • January 10 - President Bush gives a speech on the administration's drug policies to the President's Drug Advisory Council at the J.W. Marriott Hotel during the morning.[684]
  • January 13 - President Bush delivers an address to the American Farm Bureau Federation in the Municipal Auditorium in Kansas City, Missouri during the morning.[685] The White House releases a statement confirming a meeting took place between President Bush and President of Portugal Mario Soares for discussions on relations between their two countries.[686]
  • January 14 - President Bush releases a statement on the death of Glenn Brenner.[687] President Bush announces the appointment of Nicholas E. Calio for Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs.[688]
  • January 15 - President Bush delivers an address to community leaders in Portsmouth, New Hampshire while at the Pease Air National Guard Base during the morning.[689] President Bush delivers a speech to employees of Liberty Mutual Insurance in the cafeteria of the company building during the afternoon.[690] President Bush gives an address to employees of Cabletron Systems in Rochester, New Hampshire during the afternoon.[691] President Bush announces his appointment of D. Cameron Findlay for Deputy Assistant to the President and Counselor to the Chief of Staff.[692]
  • January 16 - President Bush issues a statement on the anniversary of Operation Desert Storm.[693]
  • January 17 - President Bush signs the proclamation of the Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday while in Freedom Hall at the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Center during the morning.[694] President Bush announces his nomination of William O. Studeman for Deputy Director of Central Intelligence.[695]
  • January 21 - President Bush delivers an address at the Emily Harris Head Start Center in Catonsville, Maryland during the morning.[696] President Bush issues a memorandum on the subject of transportation of humanitarian assistance to the dissolved Soviet Union.[697] Press Secretary Fitzwater releases a statement of President Bush's sympathy in response to the passing of Rose Bowen, the wife of former United States Secretary of Health and Human Services Otis Bowen.[698]
  • January 22 - President Bush holds his one hundred and nineteenth news conference in the Briefing Room during the morning. President Bush announces his nomination of Andrew H. Card for United States Secretary of Transportation at the start of the conference and answers questions from reporters on the commonwealth of independent states, economic growth initiatives, trade agreements between Japan and the United States, and the message of his upcoming State of the Union address.[699]
  • January 23 - President Bush gives an address to the National Association of Wholesaler-Distributors in Room 450 of the Old Executive Office Building during the morning.[700] President Bush attends the presentation of the Senior Executive Service Awards during a morning appearance in Room 450 of the Old Executive Office Building.[701] President Bush delivers a speech on environmental policies of the administration and answers questions from reporters on domestic initatives and unemployment benefits during a morning appearance in the Oval Office.[702]
  • January 24 - President Bush delivers an address and answers questions via satellite from Room 459 of the Old Executive Office Building to the annual convention of the National Association of Home Builders during the afternoon.[703] President Bush addresses the Young Astronaut Council in Room 450 of the Old Executive Office Building during the afternoon.[704] President Bush announces the appointment of Sherrie S. Rollins for Assistant to the President for Public Liaison and Intergovernmental Affairs.[705] President Bush announces the nomination of Fred T. Goldberg, Jr. for Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Tax Policy.[706]
  • January 27 - President Bush delivers an address at a strategy meeting for controlling drugs in Room 450 of the Old Executive Office Building during the afternoon.[707] President Bush announces the appointment of Les T. Csorba for Special Assistant to the President and Associate Director of Presidential Personnel for National Security Affairs.[708]
  • January 28 - President Bush delivers the 1992 State of the Union Address to a joint session of Congress in the House Chamber of the Capitol during the evening.[709] President Bush issues a memorandum for department heads and agency leadership on the decline of government regulation burden.[710]
  • January 29 - President Bush transmits the 1992 National Drug Control Strategy in a message to Congress.[711] President Bush announces the appointment of Daniel B. McGroarty for Special Assistant to the President and Deputy Director of Speechwriting.[712]
  • January 30 - President Bush delivers an address while attending the National Prayer Breakfast at the Washington Hilton Hotel during the morning.[713] President Bush gives a speech to the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce at the Wyndham Franklin Plaza Hotel in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania during the afternoon.[714]
  • January 31 - President Bush gives a speech to the United Nations Security Council in the Security Council Chamber at the United Nations shortly after noon.[715]

February

  • February 1 - President Bush holds his one hundred and twentieth news conference with President of Russia Boris Yeltsin at Camp David during the afternoon. The two answer questions from reporters on nuclear weapons, Russian reform, nuclear technology, the negotiation timetable, the commonwealth of independent states, and their relationship.[716]
  • February 3 - President Bush transmits "a report of the activities of the United States Government in the United Nations and its affiliated agencies during the calendar year 1990, the second year of my Administration" within a message to Congress.[717] President Bush delivers an address and answers questions at the National Governors' Association in the East Room during the morning.[718]
  • February 4 - President Bush delivers an address to the National Grocers Association at the Orange County Convention/Civic Center during the morning.[719] President Bush announces the appointments of Linda Eischeid Tarplin for Special Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs for the Senate,[720] and Leigh Ann Metzger for Deputy Assistant to the President for Public Liaison.[721] President Bush transmits the Access to Justice Act of 1992 in a message to Congress for consideration and enactment.[722]
  • February 5 - President Bush delivers an address to the Small Business Legislative Council at the J.W. Marriott Hotel during the morning.[723]
  • February 6 - President Bush delivers an address to the Greater Cleveland Growth Association at the Stouffer Tower City Plaza Hotel in Cleveland, Ohio during the evening.[724] President Bush gives a speech to staff members of the University Medical Center of Southern Nevada at the University Medical Center during the afternoon.[725]
  • February 7 - President Bush delivers remarks to the San Diego Rotary Club at the Sheraton Harbor Island Hotel in San Diego, California during the morning.[726] President Bush signs H.R. 4095, which he states will "extend and increase the benefits available under the Emergency Unemployment Compensation program."[727]
  • February 10 - President Bush receives the Boy Scouts of America report to the Nation in the Roosevelt Room during the morning.[728] President Bush delivers an address to the Conference on Healthy Children Ready To Learn at the Ramada Renaissance Hotel during the afternoon.[729] President Bush announces the nomination of Robert C. Frasure for Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to Estonia.[730] President Bush issues a statement on the death of Alex Haley reflecting on Haley's work and praising him as "an inspiration for generations to come."[731]
  • February 11 - President Bush answers questions from reporters on relations between Turkey and the United States, trade negotiations, and the presidential primaries in the Oval Office during the morning.[732] President Bush attends a departure ceremony for Prime Minister of Turkey Suleyman Demirel in the South Lawn during the afternoon.[733] President Bush attends the Roosevelt Room signing ceremony for the Multilateral Investment Fund Agreement during the afternoon.[734] President Bush answers questions from reporters on the economic plan and health care reform while in the Cabinet Room during the afternoon.[735]
  • February 12 - President Bush announces his re-election campaign in a speech reflecting on his tenures as Vice President and President at the J.W. Marriott Hotel during the morning.[736] President Bush delivers an address to the State Legislature in Concord, New Hampshire at the statehouse during the afternoon.[737] President Bush delivers an address to U.S. FIRST at the Technology Center in Manchester, New Hampshire during the afternoon.[738] President Bush issues a statement on the resignation of Richard H. Truly as Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, who he states will remain in the position until April 1.[739]
  • February 13 - President Bush issues a memorandum on the "Delegation of Authority with Respect to the Conventional Forces in Europe Treaty Implementation Act".[740]
  • February 14 - President Bush holds his one hundredth and twenty-first news conference at the Arborview at Riverside construction site in Belcamp, Maryland during the afternoon. Bush answers questions from reporters on the economic plan, Robert Goodwin, and the New Hampshire primary.[741] President Bush submits a report of the National Science Board in a message to Congress.[742] President Bush announces the nomination of George J. Terwilliger III for Deputy Attorney General at the Department of Justice.[743]
  • February 15 - President Bush delivers an address at a campaign rally in the Davidson Flight Service hangar at Nashua Airport in Nashua, New Hampshire during the morning.[744] President Bush delivers an economic address at New Boston Central Elementary School in New Boston, New Hampshire during the morning.[745] President Bush delivers an address on his re-election campaign at Pinkerton Academy in Derry, New Hampshire during the evening.[746]
  • February 16 - President Bush delivers an address on the economy at Pennichuck Junior High School in Nashua, New Hampshire during the morning.[747] President Bush answers questions on the War on Drugs, education funding, health care, abortion, the economy, capital gains tax, discrimination, and defense budget cuts during a morning appearance at Hollis/Brookline High School in Hollis, New Hampshire.[748]
  • February 18 - President Bush meets with President of Moldova Mircea Snegur for the first time, the two agreeing that the US and Moldova "will establish diplomatic relations and exchange Ambassadors in the near future."[749] President Bush wins the New Hampshire Republican primary. Bush releases a statement thanking members of his campaign and statewide officials.[750]
  • February 19 - President Bush attends the signing ceremony for a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement in the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Oak Ridge, Tennessee during the morning.[751] President Bush delivers a speech to community and business leaders in the Knoxville Auditorium-Coliseum in Knoxville, Tennessee during the afternoon.[752] President Bush attends an observance of African-American History Month in the East Room, where he delivers an address lauding African-American historical figures, during the afternoon.[753]
  • February 21 - President Bush delivers an address to the American Legislative Exchange Council in Room 450 of the Old Executive Office Building during the morning.[754]
  • February 22 - A recording of President Bush, made the previous day, is broadcast on radio. President Bush criticizes a Democratic Party economic plan proposal and the party's refusal to pass the administration's plan.[755]
  • February 24 - President Bush signs the Omnibus Insular Areas Act of 1992 into law, which he says will lead to the creation of "a new unit of the National Park System known as the Salt River Bay National Historical Park and Ecological Preserve."[756] President Bush announces the appointment of John A. Gaughan for Deputy Assistant to the President and Director of the White House Military Office.[757] President Bush announces the nomination of Thomas R. Pickering for Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to India.[758]
  • February 25 - President Bush answers questions from reporters on former President Ronald Reagan, the economy, loan guarantees in Israel, General Motors Plant closings, Iraq, and his re-election campaign during a morning boarding of Air Force One.[759] President Bush delivers a speech at a fundraising luncheon at the Westin St. Francis Hotel in San Francisco, California during the afternoon.[760]
  • February 27 - President Bush announces the nomination of Wayne A. Budd for Associate Attorney General.[761]
  • February 28 - President Bush attends the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Dinner at the Sheraton Astrodome Hotel in Houston, Texas during the afternoon.[762] President Bush answers questions from reporters on his re-election campaign, agriculture, and a Midland, Texas school named after him during an afternoon appearance in the Houston Astrodome.[763]
  • February 29 - President Bush delivers an address to the Associated General Contractors of America at the Dallas Convention Center in Dallas, Texas during the morning.[764]

March

  • March 1 - President Bush delivers an address condemning the Democratic Party's tax rate proposal and touts the record of the administration at the Savannah Riverfront in Savannah, Georgia during the afternoon.[765]
  • March 2 - President Bush submits an annual report on Hazardous Materials Transportation for 1990 in a message to Congress.[766]
  • March 3 - President Bush wins the Georgia Republican presidential primary. President Bush releases a statement saying the victory had pushed his campaign "another step closer to our goal of winning every primary and caucus."[767] President Bush delivers an address to the National Association of Evangelicals at the Hyatt Regency O'Hare Hotel in Chicago, Illinois during the morning.[768]
  • March 4 - President Bush answers questions from reporters on the ongoing presidential primary while in the South Lawn during the morning.[769] President Bush delivers a speech on Operation Desert Storm, health care reform, welfare, and the economy at the Omni Westshore Hotel in Tampa, Florida during the afternoon.[770] President Bush delivers an address focusing on Cuba and his re-election campaign while at Milander Park Stadium in Hialeah, Florida during the evening.[771] President Bush delivers an address for his re-election campaign touting the policies of the administration in the East Hall of the Radisson Mart Plaza Hotel in Miami, Florida during the evening.[772]
  • March 5 - President Bush delivers an address to the Home Builders Association of Greater Columbia at the South Carolina State Fair Grounds in Columbia, South Carolina during the morning.[773] President Bush delivers an address to employees of Federal Express at the Memphis International Airport in Memphis, Tennessee during the afternoon.[774] President Bush announces the nomination of I. Lewis Libby, Jr. for the newly-created position of Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Policy.[775] President Bush signs the Reclamation States Emergency Drought Relief Act of 1991 into law, a bill that he says "provides, for a period of 10 years, general authority for the Secretary of the Interior to take action in the Western States to protect and preserve fish and wildlife habitat and assist farmers and urban dwellers in overcoming drought conditions."[776]
  • March 6 - President Bush delivers an address on welfare reform, the economy, and national security at Oklahoma Christian University in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma during the morning.[777] President Bush delivers an address on welfare reform and Congress in the Pete Maravich Arena of Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana during the afternoon.[778] President Bush announces the nomination of James B. Huff, Sr. for Administrator of the Rural Electrification Administration, Department of Agriculture.[779] President Bush transmits the summary report from the previous year of the White House Conference on Library and Information Services to a message to Congress.[780]
  • March 10 - President Bush announces the nomination of Gregori Lebedev for Inspector General at the U.S. Department of Defense.[781] President Bush delivers an address to the United Negro College Fund Dinner on the State Floor during the evening.[782]
  • March 11 - Andrew Card is sworn in as the 11th United States Secretary of Transportation at the National Air and Space Museum during the morning.[783] President Bush delivers an address to the Richard Nixon Library Dinner at the Four Seasons Hotel during the evening, his remarks praising the former president.[784]
  • March 12 - President Bush signs the Torture Victim Protection Act of 1991 into law, which he says is in conjunction with his interest in advancing human rights and bringing an end to torture worldwide.[785] President Bush delivers an address to recipients of the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Science and Mathematics Teaching in the Rose Garden during the afternoon.[786] President Bush gives a speech to the National Conference of State Legislatures in Room 450 of the Old Executive Office Building during the afternoon.[787]
  • March 13 - President Bush delivers an address to employees of Stryker Corporation in the medical division of the company building in Kalamazoo, Michigan during the morning.[788] President Bush delivers remarks to the Economic Club of Detroit in the Grand Manor Ballroom at Fairlane Manor in Detroit, Michigan during the afternoon.[789]
  • March 16 - President Bush gives a speech to employees of Steeltech Manufacturing, Inc. in Milwaukee, Wisconsin during the morning.[790] President Bush attends a fundraising luncheon for his re-election campaign at the Pfister Hotel in Milwaukee during the afternoon.[791] President Bush announces the nomination of Betty Jo Nelsen for Assistant Secretary of Agriculture for Food and Consumer Services and membership of the Board of Directors of the Commodity Credit Corporation.[792]
  • March 17 - President Bush awards the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Samuel Walton in at the Walmart headquarters in Bentonville, Arkansas during the morning.[793] President Bush wins the Illinois and Michigan Republican presidential primaries. Bush releases a statement saying his policies have been endorsed by the voters and thanking Governor of Illinois Jim Edgar and Governor of Michigan John Engler.[794]
  • March 18 - President Bush announces the appointment of Joshua B. Bolten for Deputy Assistant to the President and Director of the Office of Legislative Affairs.[795]
  • March 19 - President Bush signs the Morris K. Udall Scholarship and Excellence in National Environmental and Native American Public Policy Act of 1992 into law.[796] President Bush announces the appointment of Robert Anthony Snow for Deputy Assistant to the President for Media Affairs.[797]
  • March 20 - President Bush delivers an address to the undefeated National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I Football Teams in the East Room during the afternoon.[798] President Bush signs H.J. Res. 446, which Bush says "waives the printing requirements of sections 106 and 107 of Title 1 of the United States Code with respect to H.R. 4210."[799]
  • March 22 - President Bush holds his one hundred and twenty-fourth news conference with Chancellor of Germany Kohl in the East Room during the afternoon. The two answer questions on multilateral trade negotiations, his re-election campaign, the United Nations Environmental Conference, South Africa, nuclear weapons, legislation for taxes, and the economy.[800]
  • March 23 - President Bush issues a statement on the ninth anniversary of the launch of the Strategic Defense Initiative, lauding its success.[801] President Bush issues a statement on the death of Friedrich August von Hayek, expressing sadness over his death and praising his career.[802] President Bush announces the nomination of Thomas P. Kerester for Chief Counsel for Advocacy at the Small Business Administration.[803] Barbara Franklin is sworn in as the 29th United States Secretary of Commerce at the Department of Commerce during the morning.[804]
  • March 24 - President Bush delivers an address to the National American Wholesale Grocers Association at the Hyatt Regency Hotel during the morning.[805] President Bush sends a message to Congress outlining the administration's wishes toward the development of the environment and economy.[806] President Bush wins the Connecticut Republican presidential primary. President Bush releases a statement thanking the voters of the state and reflecting on the large margin of victory his campaign had in the state.[807]
  • March 25 - President Bush signs the proclamation establishing Greek Independence Day in the Rose Garden during the morning.[808] President Bush releases a statement in response to the 215 - 211 vote of the House in favor of sustaining his veto against the Democratic Party-backed tax increase. President Bush expresses satisfaction with the vote and calls on Democratic lawmakers to assist with the creation of an "economic growth package that will spur savings and investments in this country and create new jobs."[809]
  • March 26 - President Bush delivers an address to the Coalition for the Restoration of the Black Family and Society in Room 450 of the Old Executive Office Building during the afternoon.[810] President Bush announces the nomination of Karl A. Erb for Associate Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy.[811]
  • March 27 - President Bush delivers an address to members of the National Science Olympiad that have been awarded medals in Room 450 of the Old Executive Office Building during the afternoon.[812]
  • March 31 - President Bush announces the nomination of Wade F. Horn for Deputy Director for Demand Reduction for the Office of National Drug Control Policy.[813] President Bush submits a message to Congress on the subject of the national emergency regarding export controls.[814] President Bush meets with representatives on the subject of health care in the Roosevelt Room during the morning.[815]

April

  • April 1 - President Bush holds his one hundred and twenty-fifth news conference in the Briefing Room during the morning. President Bush begins the conference with an address on his request for "bipartisan backing for a new, comprehensive, and integrated program to support the struggle of freedom underway in Russia, Ukraine, and the other new States that have replaced the Soviet Union."[816] Press Secretary Fitzwater says President Bush has approved adjustments to the intelligence community after a review of requirements and a critical assessment.[817] President Bush approves H.J. Res. 456, which he says will implement "funding for economic and democratic development assistance to the republics of the former Soviet Union, funding for the remainder of fiscal year 1992 for certain international agencies, and emergency funding for loans to U.S. small businesses that have been adversely affected by natural disasters."[818]
  • April 2 - President Bush announces the nominations of Lauralee M. Peters for Ambassador to the Republic of Sierra Leone,[819] Joan M. McEntee for Under Secretary of Commerce for Export Administration,[820] and Marvin H. Kosters for Commissioner of Labor Statistics at the U.S. Department of Labor.[821] President Bush announces the establishing of "a unified antitrust enforcement policy for mergers and acquisitions, by the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission."[822]
  • April 3 - President Bush delivers an address to the Federalist Society of Philadelphia in Congress Hall at Independence National Historical Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania during the morning.[823] President Bush submits a message to Congress in which he determines "a waiver of the application of subsections (a) and (b) of section 402 with respect to Armenia, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, and Russia will substantially promote the objectives of section 402."[824]
  • April 4 - A recording of President Bush from the previous day, in which he discusses governmental reform, is broadcast on the radio.[825]
  • April 6 - President Bush issues statements on the deaths of Samuel Walton,[826] and Stan Scott.[827] President Bush announces the appointment of Cecile B. Kremer for the position of Deputy Assistant to the President and Director of the Office of Public Liaison.[828]
  • April 7 - President Bush announces the nomination of William Dean Hansen for Chief Financial Officer at the Department of Education.[829] President Bush attends the presentation ceremony for the National Teacher of the Year Award in the Rose Garden during the morning.[830] President Bush delivers an address to the American Business Conference at the Willard Hotel during the afternoon.[831]
  • April 8 - President Bush delivers an address congratulating American Olympic athletes while on the South Lawn during the afternoon.[832] President Bush announces the nominations of Kenton Wesley Keith for Ambassador to the State of Qatar,[833] and Donald K. Petterson for Ambassador to the Republic of the Sudan.[834]
  • April 9 - President Bush delivers an address to the American Society of Newspaper Editors and answers questions on abortion, his re-election campaign, multilateral trade negotiations, foreign aid and trade, and the federal budget at the J.W. Marriott Hotel during the afternoon.[835] President Bush answers questions from reporters on the Manuel Noriega verdict, and British elections during an afternoon appearance in the Oval Office.[836] President Bush announces in a statement that the Food and Drug Administration have commenced "important reforms" within the drug approval process.[837] President Bush submits the annual report on the Federal Advisory Committees for the previous fiscal year in a message to Congress.[838] President Bush announces the nomination of Jerome H. Powell for an Under Secretary of the Treasury.[839]
  • April 10 - President Bush answers questions from reporters on welfare reform and elections in Britain during a morning Oval Office appearance.[840] President Bush holds his one hundred and twenty-sixth news conference in the Rose Garden during the afternoon, beginning the conference with an address on international relations and answering questions from reporters on the subjects of national security, the federal budget, education, the environment, interest rates, the economy, abuse of privileges, the budget deficit, media coverage, welfare reform, healthcare, and his re-election campaign.[841] President Bush announces the nomination of Stephen Greene for Deputy Administrator of Drug Enforcement,[842] and Edward Ernest Kubasiewicz for Assistant Commissioner of Patents and Trademarks.[843] President Bush announces in a statement that the Parental and Family Responsibility Project in the state of Wisconsin has been approved.[844]
  • April 13 - President Bush meets with Prime Minister of Poland Jan Olszewski for discussions on the shifting climate within Poland as it relates to "democracy and a free market economy" during the afternoon.[845]
  • April 14 - President Bush gives a speech to employees of Giddings & Lewis, Inc. at the company's plant in Fraser, Michigan during the afternoon.[846] President Bush delivers an address on education and healthcare during a fundraising dinner for his re-election campaign at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Dearborn, Michigan during the evening.[847]
  • April 15 - President Bush delivers an address congratulating the National Collegiate Athletic Association Men's and Women's Basketball Champions in the Rose Garden during the morning.[848] Press Secretary Fitzwater releases a statement on President Bush's signing of an executive order to "implement U.N. Security Council Resolution 748 by imposing additional sanctions on Libya."[849] President Bush announces the nominations of G. Kim Wincup for Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition, Research, and Development,[850] and James P. Covey for Assistant Secretary of State for South Asian Affairs.[851]
  • April 16 - President Bush delivers an address on education to the Lehigh Valley 2000 Community at Dieruff High School in Allentown, Pennsylvania during the afternoon.[852] President Bush announces the nomination of Roger A. McGuire for Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Republic of Guinea-Bissau.[853]
  • April 18 - President Bush's radio address on Job Training 2000 is broadcast during the morning. The speech was recorded two days prior.[854] President Bush in a statement iterates his support for Cuba and policies from the administration that will be geared toward the country.[855]
  • April 20 - President Bush attends the opening ceremony for AmeriFlora '92 Exposition in Columbus, Ohio during the morning.[856] President Bush announces the nominations of Dennis P. Barrett for Ambassador to the Democratic Republic of Madagascar,[857] and William Lacy Swing for Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Federal Republic of Nigeria.[858]
  • April 21 - President Bush meets with sixteen business leaders for talks on "how the American private sector can help to meet the most important foreign policy challenge that faces us, the transformation of the new States in the former U.S.S.R. from command to market economies and from authoritarian to democratic governments" during the morning.[859] President Bush delivers an address to the Young Presidents' Organization in Room 450 of the Old Executive Office Building during the afternoon.[860]
  • April 22 - President Bush attends the departure ceremony for Anibal Cavaco Silva and Jacques Delors in the South Lawn during the afternoon.[861] President Bush delivers an address congratulating the 1992 Super Bowl Champion Washington Redskins in the Rose Garden during the evening.[862] President Bush announces the nomination of James D. Jameson for an Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Trade Development.[863] President Bush announces the appointment of Walter H. Kansteiner III for Special Assistant to the President and Deputy Press Secretary for Foreign Affairs.[864]
  • April 23 - President Bush delivers an address to the United States Academic Decathlon Winners in the Rose Garden during the morning.[865] President Bush attends the signing ceremony for the Paper Market Access Agreement With Japan in the Roosevelt Room during the morning.[866] President Bush attends the unveiling ceremony for the White House Commemorative Stamp in the Rose Garden during the afternoon.[867] President Bush announces the nominations of Richard Goodwin Capen, Jr. for United States Ambassador to Spain,[868] and Clarence H. Albright, Jr. for General Counsel of the Department of Housing and Urban Development.[869]
  • April 24 - President Bush attends the presentation ceremony for the National Crime Victims' Rights Awards in the Rose Garden during the morning.[870] President Bush announces the administration will be undertaking a "package of banking initiatives designed to streamline financial regulation" in the Briefing Room during the morning.[871] President Bush participates in a teleconference with the National Association of Hispanic Journalists while in Room 459 of the Old Executive Office Building, during which he answers questions on Puerto Rico statehood, federal court appointments, and freedom of the press.[872]
  • April 25 - President Bush's recorded remarks on trade reform attempts on the part of his administration is broadcast on the radio.[873]
  • April 27 - President Bush announces the nomination of William Clark, Jr. for an Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs.[874] President Bush attends the commencement ceremony for Florida International University at the Miami Beach Convention Center in Miami Beach, Florida during the afternoon.[875]
  • April 28 - President Bush delivers an address on education and healthcare at his re-election campaign headquarters during the afternoon.[876] President Bush attends the Annual Republican Congressional Fundraising Dinner at the Washington Convention Center during the evening.[877]
  • April 29 - President Bush delivers a speech on the subject of regulatory reform in the Rose Garden during the afternoon.[878] President Bush attends a state dinner for President of Germany Richard von Weizsacker in the State Dining Room during the evening.[879]

May

  • May 1 - President Bush delivers an address during the Great American Workout in the South Lawn during the morning. The event is meant to commence National Fitness Month.[880] President Bush attends the award ceremony for the Points of Light in the East Room during the afternoon.[881] President Bush announces the nomination of Adrian A. Basora for Ambassador to the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic.[882] President Bush announces the appointment of Clayton S. Fong for Deputy Assistant to the President for Public Liaison.[883]
  • May 4 - President Bush answers questions from reporters on federal aid to cities in the Cabinet Room during the morning.[884] President Bush announces the nomination of Arthur J. Rothkopf for Deputy Secretary of Transportation,[885] and Michael James Toohey for Assistant Secretary of Transportation for Governmental Affairs.[886] President Bush announces the appointment of John C. Harper for Chairman of the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation.[887]
  • May 5 - President Bush announces the nominations of Peter Barry Teeley for Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to Canada,[888] and Reginald Bartholomew for the United States Permanent Representative on the Council of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, with the rank of Ambassador.[889]
  • May 6 - President Bush and President of Ukraine Leonid Kravchuk issue a joint statement on the establishment of American relations with the Ukraine as a result of the latter country's developing of "democracy and independence."[890] President Bush holds his one hundredth and twenty-seventh news conference with President Kravchuk in the East Room during the afternoon, answering questions from reporters on START I, legislation relating to social programs, nuclear power plants, urban policy assessment, Crimea, Ukrainian security and nuclear weapons, and President Bush's visit to Los Angeles.[891] President Bush announces the nominations of Robert E. Gribbin III for Ambassador of the United States to the Central African Republic,[892] and Peter Jon de Vos for Ambassador of the United States to the United Republic of Tanzania.[893] President Bush arrives in Los Angeles during the evening. In his remarks at Los Angeles International Airport, Bush states that he will meet with community leaders in an effort to assure members of the city that the federal government is dedicated to helping Los Angeles rebuild.[894]
  • May 7 - President Bush delivers an address at Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church in Los Angeles during the morning.[895] President Bush announces the nomination of William T. Pryce for Ambassador to the Republic of Honduras.[896]
  • May 8 - President Bush delivers an address to firefighters and personnel of law enforcement in Los Angeles during the morning.[897] President Bush gives a speech to military and law enforcement personnel at the Los Angeles Coliseum during the morning.[898] President Bush announces the nominations of Alexander Fletcher Watson for Ambassador to the Federative Republic of Brazil,[899] and William Graham Walker for United States Ambassador to Argentina.[900]
  • May 11 - President Bush delivers an address on maternal and infant health care in the Rose Garden during the morning.[901] President Bush interacts with the Weed and Seed Revitalization Committee as well as community leaders in the gymnasium at St. Boniface Church in Philadelphia during the afternoon.[902] President Bush attends a fundraising dinner for his re-election campaign in the Grand Ballroom at the Hotel Atop the Bellevue in Philadelphia during the evening.[903]
  • May 12 - President Bush issues a statement on urban aid initiatives, outlining the six core components behind his proposals.[904] In a morning appearance in the Oval Office, President Bush addresses his initiatives geared toward urban aid and answers questions from reporters on race relations, the U.N.'s conference on the environment, and cooperation with Congress.[905] President Bush attends a ceremony honoring the Small Business Administration Award Winners in the Rose Garden during the afternoon.[906]
  • May 13 - President Bush attends the state dinner for President of Chile Patricio Aylwin in the State Dining Room during the evening.[907] President Bush announces the nomination of John F. Daffron, Jr. for membership on the Board of Directors of the State Justice Institute for a term expiring in two years.[908]
  • May 14 - President Bush delivers an address to volunteers of Take Pride in America in Anacostia Park during the afternoon.[909] President Bush submits a report on the national emergency pertaining to Iran in a message to Congress.[910] President Bush announces the nomination of Donald Herman Alexander for United States Ambassador to the Kingdom of The Netherlands.[911]
  • May 16 - President Bush attends the commencement ceremony for Southern Methodist University at Moody Coliseum in Dallas, Texas during the morning.[912]
  • May 17 - President Bush attends the commencement ceremony for the University of Notre Dame in the Joyce Athletic and Convocation Center in South Bend, Indiana during the afternoon.[913]
  • May 18 - President Bush delivers an address to the National Association of Home Builders in the South Lawn during the morning.[914] President Bush announces the nomination of John A. Cline for Special Assistant to the President for Intergovernmental Affairs.[915]
  • May 19 - President Bush delivers an address to the National Retail Federation in Room 450 of the Old Executive Office Building during the afternoon.[916] President Bush submits the Convention for the Conservation of Anadromous Stocks in the North Pacific Ocean in a message to the Senate.[917] President Bush announces the nomination of William Arthur Rugh for United States Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates.[918]
  • May 20 - President Bush holds his one hundredth and twenty-eighth news conference with Prime Minister Mulroney on the South Lawn during the afternoon, answering questions initiatives for urban aid, abortion, family values, comments by Vice President Quayle, trade between Canada and the United States, habitat protection for the spotted owl, and the North American Free Trade Agreement.[919]
  • May 21 - President Bush attends a fundraising dinner for his re-election campaign in the Grand Ballroom of the Stouffer Tower City Plaza Hotel in Cleveland, Ohio at noon.[920] President Bush attends the Ohio Freedom Day Celebration in the auditorium at St. Josephat's Cathedral in Parma, Ohio during the afternoon.[921] President Bush attends a fundraising picnic for his re-election campaign in Hangar 26 at the Westchester County Regional Airport in Westchester, New York during the evening.[922] President Bush announces the nomination of James E. Gilleran for Comptroller of the Currency at the Department of Treasury for a five-year term.[923]
  • May 28 - President Bush delivers an address to the American Legion at the American Legion Luke Greenway Post in Phoenix, Arizona during the afternoon.[924] President Bush attends a fundraising dinner for John McCain at the Phoenix Civic Plaza during the evening.[925] President Bush announces the nominations of Edward Hurwitz for Ambassador of the United States of America to the Republic of Kyrgyzstan,[926] Henry Lee Clarke for Ambassador of the United States of America to the Republic of Uzbekistan.[927] and Anthony Cecil Eden Quainton for Assistant Secretary of State for Diplomatic Security.[928]
  • May 29 - President Bush delivers an address at Harvard Recreation Center in Los Angeles, California during the morning.[929] President Bush answers questions during a town hall in the Biltmore Bowl at the Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles during the afternoon.[930] President Bush announces the nominations of Robert L. Gallucci for Assistant Secretary of State for Politico-Military Affairs,[931] and Joseph Monroe Segars for Ambassador of the United States of America to the Republic of Cape Verde.[932]

June

  • June 1 - President Bush delivers a speech to employees of Goddard Space Flight Center in the auditorium in Building 8 in Greenbelt, Maryland during the afternoon.[933] President Bush announces the nominations of Alison Podell Rosenberg for an Assistant Administrator of the Agency for International Development,[934] and Walter B. McCormick, Jr. for General Counsel of the Department of Transportation.[935]
  • June 2 - President Bush attends a briefing of Health Care Equity Action League in Room 450 of the Old Executive Office Building during the afternoon.[936] President Bush releases a statement on the conclusion of the presidential primaries, thanking his supporters and stating what can be accomplished in the event of his re-election.[937] President Bush announces the appointments of the 1992 - 93 White House fellows, their tenure beginning in four months.[938]
  • June 3 - President Bush holds a bipartisan meeting with members of Congress on the subject of prompting the balanced budget amendment proposal to "get something done for the taxpayer" during the morning.[939] President Bush announces the nomination of John Frank Bookout, Jr. for Ambassador of the United States of America to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.[940] President Bush submits a message to Congress on trade with portions of both Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union.[941]
  • June 4 - President Bush signs a proclamation commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of World War II in the Roosevelt Room during the morning.[942] President Bush announces the nomination of Kenneth L. Brown for Ambassador of the United States of America to the Republic of Ghana.[943]
  • June 7 - President Bush holds his one hundredth and thirtieth news conference with Prime Minister of the United Kingdom John Major at Camp David during the afternoon, the two answering questions on the economy, Czechoslovakia, the disclosure of confidential information, the Trident Missile System, the U.N. Conference on Environment, a joint session of Congress, and President Bush's re-election campaign.[944]
  • June 8 - President Bush meets with state legislators at the White House for discussions on the balanced budget amendment. President Bush makes remarks about the contents of the meeting in the Roosevelt Room during the morning.[945] President Bush announces the nomination of Mary Jo Jacobi for Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Congressional and Intergovernmental Affairs.[946]
  • June 9 - President Bush answers questions from reporters over meetings between Russian Minister of Foreign Affairs Andrei Kozyrev and members of Congress in the Cabinet Room during the morning.[947] President Bush attends a fundraising dinner for Senator Arlen Specter at Mumma Farm in Bowmansdale, Pennsylvania during the evening.[948] President Bush announces the nomination of Frank G. Wisner for Under Secretary of State for Coordinating Security Assistance Programs.[949]
  • June 10 - President Bush delivers a radio address in favor of the balanced budget amendment proposal and calling for Americans to request their representatives support the measure. The address was recorded and broadcast during the afternoon.[950]
  • June 11 - President Bush attends a luncheon hosted by President of Panama Guillermo Endara at the Presidential Palace in Panama City, Panama during the afternoon.[951] President Bush delivers an address to American people in Albrook Air Force Base during the afternoon.[952] President Bush releases a statement on the House vote for the balanced budget amendment proposal, expressing satisfaction with it passing.[953]
  • June 12 - President Bush addresses the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development in the Assembly Hall at the Riocentro Conference Center located in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil during the afternoon.[954] President Bush signs the Framework Convention on Climate Change, which he says "provides the flexibility for national programs to be reviewed and updated as new scientific information becomes available."[955] President Bush announces the nomination of Jose Antonio Villamil for Under Secretary of Commerce for Economic Affairs.[956] President Bush announces the appointment of Shiree Sanchez for Special Assistant to the President for Public Liaison.[957]
  • June 14 - President Bush attends the groundbreaking ceremony for the Korean War Veterans Memorial during the afternoon.[958]
  • June 15 - President Bush announces the appointment of Shirley M. Green for Deputy Assistant to the President for Presidential Messages and Correspondence.[959] President Bush announces the nomination of Robert S. Silberman for Assistant Secretary of the Army for Manpower and Reserve Affairs.[960]
  • June 16 - President Bush and Russian President Yeltsin answers questions from reporters on American prisoners of war and nuclear arms agreement in the Oval Office during the morning.[961] President Bush announces his agreement with President Yeltsin on "far-reaching new strategic arms reductions" and the two answer questions from reporters in the Rose Garden during a joint appearance in the afternoon.[962] President Bush submits a message to the Senate with S. 2342 without his approval and explains his rationale for not backing the bill.[963] President Bush announces the nominations of Charles B. Salmon, Jr. for Ambassador of the United States to the Lao People's Democratic Republic,[964] and Nicolas Miklos Salgo for Ambassador of the United States to Sweden.[965]
  • June 17 - President Bush delivers an address to the United States-Russia Business Summit at the J.W. Marriott Hotel during the morning.[966] President Bush holds his one hundred and thirty-second news conference in the East Room during the afternoon with President Yeltsin, answering questions from reporters on arms agreements, the federal budget, agreements between Russia and the United States, and the Global Defense System.[967] The United States and Russia release a joint statement on the discussions of their presidents relating to the establishment of a Global Protection System and coming to a consensus that a high level group should be formed to explore the development of components relating to protection.[968] President Bush announces the nominations of Richard Monroe Miles for Ambassador of the United States of America to the Republic of Azerbaijan,[969] and Ruth A. Davis for Ambassador of the United States of America to the Republic of Benin.[970]
  • June 18 - President Bush attends a morning South Lawn ceremony honoring Presidential Scholars and delivers a speech.[971] President Bush announces the nomination of Richard H. Solomon for Ambassador of the United States of America to the Republic of the Philippines.[972] President Bush announces the appointment of Potter Stewart for Representative of the United States of America on the Executive Board of the United Nations Children's Fund.[973]
  • June 19 - President Bush announces the nominations of William Harrison Courtney for Ambassador of the United States of America to Kazakhstan,[974] and Patricia Diaz Dennis for Assistant Secretary of State for Human Rights and Humanitarian Affairs.[975]
  • June 20 - President Bush delivers an address to the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association at the Universal City Hilton in Universal City, California during the morning.[976] President Bush attends the Texas State Republican Convention at the Dallas Convention Center in Dallas during the afternoon.[977]
  • June 22 - President Bush signs H.R. 5132,[978] a supplemental appropriations bill providing "emergency funding for the nationwide disaster programs of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, FEMA, and for the Small Business Administration, SBA" in the Rose Garden during the afternoon.[979]
  • June 23 - President Bush answers questions from reporters on a possible railroad strike in the Oval Office during the morning.[980] President Bush attends the presentation ceremony for the National Medal of Science and the National Medal of Technology in the Rose Garden during the afternoon.[981] President Bush announces the nominations of Christopher H. Phillips for membership on the Board of Directors of the United States Institute of Peace,[982] and Nancy M. Dowdy for Special Representative for Arms Control Negotiations and Disarmament (Chief Science Adviser).[983]
  • June 24 - President Bush has a morning meeting with members of the House of Representatives from both parties to thank them "for the courage, vision, and responsibility they displayed supporting the balanced budget constitutional amendment."[984] President Bush sends Congress the Credit Availability and Regulatory Relief Act of 1992 for consideration and possible enactment in a message.[985] President Bush issues a statement on the Supreme Court ruling in Lee v. Weisman expressing his disappointment.[986] President Bush announces the nominations of H. Douglas Barclay for membership on the Board of Directors of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation,[987] and David Heywood Swartz for Ambassador of the United States of America to the Republic of Byelarus.[988]
  • June 25 - President Bush attends a discussion on the subject of education in the Roosevelt Room during the morning.[989] President Bush gives a speech on education in the South Lawn during the morning. During the address, Bush announces his intent to send Congress "legislation that would authorize an ambitious demonstration program".[990] President Bush delivers an address to the College Republican Convention at the Omni Shoreham Hotel during the afternoon.[991] President Bush announces the nominations of Kathryn D. Sullivan for Chief Scientist of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration,[992] and C.C. Hope, Jr. for membership on the Board of Directors of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.[993]
  • June 26 - President Bush attends a ceremony marking the remains of Ignacy Paderewski returning to Poland in the Rose Garden during the morning.[994] President Bush announces the nomination of Hugo Pomrehn for Under Secretary of Energy.[995] President Bush directs Marshall Jordan Breger to perform the duties of the Assistant Secretary of Labor for Labor-Management Standard starting in three days on June 29.[996]
  • June 27 - President Bush's recorded radio address from the previous day is broadcast. His remarks are geared toward his legislative proposal on education reform.[997]
  • June 29 - President Bush attends a dedication ceremony for the Drug Enforcement Administration's New York Field Division Office in New York City in the DEA New York Field Division Office conference room during the morning.[998] President Bush attends a fundraising luncheon for Senator Alfonse M. D'Amato while in the Grand Ballroom of New York Hilton Hotel during the afternoon.[999] President Bush delivers an address at a dinner for his re-election campaign in the Mackinac Ballroom at the Westin Hotel during the evening.[1,000]
  • June 30 - President Bush issues a statement criticizing health care fraud as "a type of crime which victimizes all American" and praises the federal government for taking action with the first phase of Operation Goldpill.[1,001]

July

  • July 1 - President Bush meets with Japanese Prime Minister Miyazawa for discussions on relations between their two countries. The two leaders make a joint appearance in the Rose Garden during the afternoon.[1,002] President Bush announces the nomination of Robert E. Martinez for Associate Deputy Secretary of Transportation.[1,003] President Bush announces the appointment of Carroll E. Multz for United States Commissioner on the Upper Colorado River Commission.[1,004]
  • July 2 - In a morning appearance at the House Chamber, President Bush announces the sending to Congress of "the fourth piece of our comprehensive health care reform package, medical malpractice reform." President Bush then answers questions on the economy, his re-election campaign, and the unemployment benefits.[1,005] President Bush confirms in a statement that the planned withdrawal of America from nuclear weapons he announced on September 27 had been completed.[1,006] President Bush transmits the Health Care Liability Reform and Quality of Care Improvement Act of 1992 to Congress for consideration and possible enacting in a message.[1,007] President Bush announces the nominations of Mack F. Mattingly for Ambassador of the United States of America to the Republic of Seychelles,[1,008] and Mary C. Pendleton for Ambassador of the United States of America to the Republic of Moldova.[1,009]
  • July 3 - President Bush signs the Unemployment Compensation Amendments of 1992. The legislation extends the Emergency Unemployment Compensation (EUC) program to March of the following year, it having initially been set to expire on July 4, 1992.[1,010] President Bush proclaims Bolivia and Colombia "to be beneficiary countries under the Andean Trade Preference Act of 1991 (ATPA)." The proclamation makes the two countries the first designated under the Andean Trade Preference Act.[1,011] A recording of President Bush discussing health care reform is broadcast, the recording being made the previous day.[1,012]
  • July 4 - President Bush attends the Richard Petty Tribute at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach during the morning.[1,013]
  • July 5 - President Bush delivers an address to Polish citizens in Castle Square during the afternoon.[1,014]
  • July 7 - The Economic Summit releases a declaration on the world economy, developing countries, Europe, and the independent states of the former Soviet Union.[1,015]
  • July 8 - President Bush holds his one hundred and thirty-fourth news conference in Munich, Germany shortly before and after noon. President Bush answers questions from reporters on the Economic Summit and domestic politics, multilateral trade negotiations, Russia, Yugoslavia, urban policy, future American troop development, President Yeltsin, the global economy, nuclear energy, and the federal budget deficit.[1,016]
  • July 9 - President Bush delivers an address to the Conference on Security and Cooperation at the Helsinki Fair Center in Helsinki, Finland during the afternoon.[1,017] President Bush releases a statement on the New American Schools Development Corporation, saying it is in line with the administration's education policy.[1,018]
  • July 10 - President Bush and Prime Minister of Hungary Jozsef Antall answer questions from reporters on refugees, eastern Europe, Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, European security, bilateral discussions, and U.S. Naval development while at the Helsinki Fair Center during the morning.[1,019] President Bush delivers remarks on continued negotiations at the Helsinki Fair Center during the afternoon.[1,020] President Bush signs the ADAMHA Reorganization Act. The bill serves as an amendment to "certain alcohol, drug abuse, and mental health research and services programs."[1,021]
  • July 13 - President Bush announces, in a statement, his creation of "a set of principles to guide our nonproliferation efforts in the years ahead and directed a number of steps to supplement our existing efforts."[1,022] President Bush announces his nominations of Linton F. Brooks for Assistant Director of the United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency at the Bureau of Strategic and Nuclear Affairs,[1,023] and Walter Scott Light for Ambassador of the United States of America to the Republic of Ecuador.[1,024]
  • July 14 - President Bush answers questions from reporters on the Baker rumors and the issue he finds most important while in Sequoia National Forest during the morning.[1,025] President Bush holds his one hundredth and thirty-fifth news conference in the California Room of the San Diego Mission during the afternoon with President of Mexico Carlos Salinas. The two answer questions on the Alvarez-Machain case, unauthorized campaign organization, and trade negotiations.[1,026] President Bush announces the nominations of Walter Scott Blackburn for membership on the Board of Directors of the National Institute of Building Sciences,[1,027] and John Cameron Monjo for Ambassador of the United States of America to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.[1,028]
  • July 16 - Independent candidate Ross Perot announces his withdrawal from the presidential election. President Bush delivers an address in response to his exit to reporters by telephone in Boulder, Colorado during the morning.[1,029] President Bush holds his one hundredth and thirty-sixth news conference at the U.S. Air Force Pinedale Seismic Research Facility during the afternoon. The conference is centered around his re-election campaign.[1,030]
  • July 17 - President Bush delivers a speech at Jackson Hole Airport in Jackson Hole, Wyoming shortly after noon.[1,031] President Bush announces the nomination of Harriet Winsar Isom for Ambassador of the United States of America to the Republic of Cameroon.[1,032]
  • July 18 - President Bush delivers an address at Brigham Young University at the Marriott Center during the morning.[1,033] President Bush answers questions on the environment from outdoor groups at Red Butte Gardens in Salt Lake City, Utah during the morning.[1,034]
  • July 20 - President Bush takes part in a question and answer session with the American Legion Boys Nation in the Rose Garden during the morning. President Bush answers questions on vetoing a voter registration bill, urban aid, economics, NAFTA, education, foreign aid, his re-election campaign, the economy, and AIDS.[1,035] Vaclav Havel resigns as President of Czechoslovakia. President Bush releases a statement praising Haval and stating the interest of the United States in preserving peaceful relations with Czechoslovakia.[1,036]
  • July 21 - President Bush attends a forum on education at Archbishop Ryan High School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania shortly after noon.[1,037] President Bush delivers an address to ethnic and religious groups at Three Saints Russian Orthodox Church in Garfield, New Jersey during the afternoon.[1,038] President Bush announces federal waivers allowing New Jersey to put in place state-level welfare reforms in a statement.[1,039] President Bush transmits the United States-Luxembourg agreement in a message to Congress endorsing the measure.[1,040] President Bush announces the appointment of Lou E. Dantzler for membership on the National Commission on America's Urban Families.[1,041]
  • July 22 - President Bush delivers an address to the President's Drug Advisory Council in the Rose Garden during the morning.[1,042] President Bush attends the presentation ceremony for the National Medal of the Arts in the East Room shortly after noon.[1,043] President Bush gives a speech at an anti-drug rally at Drew Elementary School in Arlington, Virginia during the afternoon.[1,044] President Bush announces the nomination of Alan Greenspan for United States Alternate Governor of the International Monetary Fund.[1,045]
  • July 23 - President Bush signs the Higher Education Amendments of 1992 at Northern Virginia Community College during the afternoon.[1,046] The legislation serves as a resuming in authorization of parts of the Higher Education Act of 1965.[1,047]
  • July 24 - President Bush delivers an address to the National League of Families of American Prisoners and Missing in Southeast Asia at the Stouffer Concourse Hotel in Arlington during the morning.[1,048] President Bush delivers an address on his re-election campaign at Golden Gate Park in Brookville, Ohio during the afternoon.[1,049] President Bush participates in a discussion at Shelter Gardens Park in Columbia, Missouri during the afternoon.[1,050]
  • July 31 - President Bush gives a speech in a meeting with community service clubs at the Riverside Convention Center during the morning.[1,051] President Bush announces the appointment of Constance Horner for membership on the Council of the Administrative Conference of the United States.[1,052]

August

  • August 2 - President Bush attends a fundraising brunch for Richard S. Williamson at the Hyatt Regency O'Hare Hotel in Rosemont, Illinois during the afternoon.[1,053] President Bush advocates for his re-election and touts the record of the administration as having changed the world during an afternoon appearance at a Republican family picnic at Ned Brown Preserve.[1,054]
  • August 3 - President Bush delivers an address to employees of Multitex Corp in Dalton, Georgia during the morning.[1,055]
  • August 4 - President Bush announces the nominations of Edward S. Walker for Deputy Representative of the United States to the United Nations,[1,056] and Roland Karl Kuchel for Ambassador of the United States of America to the Republic of Haiti.[1,057] In a statement, President Bush announces the publishing of rules permitting parental authority in the determining of child care.[1,058]
  • August 5 - President Bush attends the Knights of Columbus Supreme Council Convention at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in New York City during the morning.[1,059] President Bush attends the Disabled American Veterans National Convention in the Goldwyn Ballroom at the Reno Hilton Hotel during the afternoon.[1,060]
  • August 6 - President Bush delivers an address to the American Legislative Exchange Council at the Broadmoor Hotel International Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado during the morning.[1,061] President Bush delivers an address on Bosnia and answers questions from reporters about American military mobilization, a message to Saddam Hussein, and the death camps existing abroad at the Peterson Air Force Base shortly after noon.[1,062] President Bush announces the appointment of Charles A. Gillespie, Jr. for Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs.[1,063]
  • August 7 - President Bush holds his one hundredth and thirty-seventh news conference in the Briefing Room during the morning. President Bush answers questions from reporters on American aid to Russia, his re-election campaign, Iraq, the economy, and Bosnia.[1,064] President Bush signs the Pacific Yew Act into law, which he said ensures "Federal lands will be managed to provide for the sustainable harvest and long-term conservation of the Pacific yew."[1,065]
  • August 8 - President Bush holds his one hundredth and thirty-eighth news conference at his Walker's Point home during the afternoon. President Bush answers questions from reporters on Bosnia, intelligence briefings, and his re-election campaign.[1,066]
  • August 10 - President Bush announces his nomination of Harry J. Gilmore for Ambassador of the United States to the Republic of Armenia.[1,067]
  • August 11 - President Bush holds his one hundredth and thirty-ninth news conference at his Walker's Point home with Prime Minister of Israel Yitzhak Rabin during the morning. The two answer questions on relations between the United States and Israel, loan guarantees to Israel, Middle East talks on preserving the region's peace, New York Post allegations, Jerusalem, and the Palestinians.[1,068]
  • August 12 - President Bush announces the completion of negotiations for the North American Free Trade Agreement in the Rose Garden during the morning.[1,069] President Bush sends the Treaty on Open Skies to the Senate in a message in which he favorably details the treaty.[1,070] President Bush announces the nomination of Lois L. Evans for Representative of the United States of America on the Economic and Social Council of the United Nation.[1,071]
  • August 13 - President Bush states that he has asked United States Secretary of State James Baker to resign his position in order to become White House Chief of Staff while in the Briefing Room during the morning.[1,072]
  • August 17 - President Bush attends the Veterans of Foreign Wars National Convention at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Indiana during the morning.[1,073] President Bush attends a welcoming rally for his re-election campaign at the Houston Astrodome in Houston, Texas during the afternoon.[1,074] President Bush announces the appointment of C. Dean McGrath, Jr. as Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Staff Secretary.[1,075] President Bush signs the Thomas Jefferson Commemoration Commission Act into law. The legislation establishes the Thomas Jefferson Commemorative Commission with the intention of creating and composing ways to mark the two hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the birth of Thomas Jefferson.[1,076]
  • August 18 - President Bush attends an anti-drug rally at Hamilton Middle School in Houston, where he delivers an address on education.[1,077]
  • August 19 - President Bush delivers an address to the gala for the Republican National Committee at the George R. Brown Center during the afternoon.[1,078]
  • August 20 - President Bush delivers a speech at the Republican National Convention in the Houston Astrodome in Houston, Texas during the evening.[1,079]
  • August 21 - President Bush delivers an address to the Republican National Committee at the Hyatt Regency Hotel during the morning.[1,080]
  • August 22 - President Bush attends a campaign rally in Hoover, Alabama at the Riverchase Galleria shopping mall during the afternoon.[1,081] President Bush attends the National Affairs Briefing in the Dallas Convention Center in Dallas during the evening.[1,082]
  • August 23 - President Bush delivers an address to Springfield, Illinois residents at the Illinois State Fairgrounds during the afternoon.[1,083]
  • August 24 - President Bush announces the appointments of Margaret DeBardeleben Tutwiler for Assistant to the President for Communications,[1,084] Robert B. Zoellick for Deputy Chief of Staff to the President.[1,085] President Bush announces the nomination of Randall Harvey Erben for Assistant Secretary of Housing and Urban Development for Community Planning and Development.[1,086]
  • August 25 - President Bush delivers remarks at the American Legion National Convention at the Sheraton Chicago Hotel in Chicago during the morning.[1,087] President Bush attends a rally for his re-election campaign at Canton Township Heritage Park in Canton, Michigan during the afternoon.[1,088] In a statement, President Bush confirms welfare waivers have been approved for the state of Michigan.[1,089]
  • August 27 - President Bush delivers an address at a re-election rally in Fountain Square in Cincinnati, Ohio during the afternoon.[1,090] In an afternoon appearance at the Toledo Express Airport in Toledo, Ohio, President Bush announces his directing of federal troops to provide assistance to the victims of Hurricane Andrew.[1,091] President Bush delivers an address to employees of Findlay Machine and Tool at the company headquarters in Tall Timbers Industrial Park in Findlay, Ohio during the afternoon.[1,092]
  • August 28 - President Bush announces the nomination of Alvin P. Adams, Jr. for Ambassador of the United States of America to the Republic of Peru.[1,093]
  • August 29 - President Bush says he is ordering "an additional 5,000 military troops be sent in order to increase existing services such as the provision of food, kitchens, tents, and delivery of shelter-related items" toward hurricane relief and answers questions from reporters on Hurricane Andrew in the Cabinet Room during the afternoon.[1,094]
  • August 30 - President Bush addresses ongoing efforts toward providing hurricane relief amid a morning appearance in the Cabinet Room.[1,095]
  • August 31 - President Bush meets with home builders, volunteer organizations, multiple federal officials, and representatives of insurance companies and small businesses. President Bush specifies the content of the meeting later that day in the Roosevelt Room during the afternoon.[1,096] President Bush announces "the Russian Federation and the United States have now also initialed an agreement to ensure that highly enriched uranium from dismantled nuclear weapons will be used only for peaceful purposes" in a statement.[1,097]

September

  • September 1 - President Bush makes a satellite appearance at the America 2000 Satellite Town Meeting from the Oval Office during the morning.[1,098] President Bush delivers an address and answers questions from reporters on hurricane relief at Homestead Middle School in Homestead, Florida during the morning.[1,099] The White House announces that President Bush has waived his August 24 declaration of the state and local cost sharing requirements in Florida.[1,100] President Bush announces the nomination of Nancy A. Nord for Commissioner of the Consumer Product Safety Commission.[1,101]
  • September 2 - President Bush delivers an address on trade and agriculture to citizens at the Kapperman farm in Humboldt, South Dakota during the morning.[1,102] President Bush delivers an address to employees of Shallowater Co-op Gin at the company headquarters in Shallowater, Texas during the afternoon.[1,103] President Bush appoints Frederick H. Grubbe to the position of Deputy Director of the Office of Consumer Affairs at the Department of Health and Human Services.[1,104]
  • September 3 - President Bush meets with Administrator of the Small Business Administration Pat Saiki and during the meeting is informed of the Small Business Administration responding to his request of expediting loan process to Hurricane Andrew victims. President Bush afterward releases a statement saying in part, "SBA loans that typically require 30 to 60 days will now be processed in just 7 days."[1,105]
  • September 4 - President Bush delivers an address at Goolrick's Pharmacy in Fredericksburg, Virginia during the morning.[1,106] President Bush signs the Small Business Credit and Business Opportunity Enhancement Act of 1992 into law. The legislation is stated by President Bush to provide "a major stimulus to the growth and development of small businesses."[1,107] President Bush announces the appointment of Daniel Casse for Special Assistant to the President for Cabinet Affairs.[1,108]
  • September 5 - President Bush delivers an address at the Lake County fairgrounds in Painesville, Ohio during the morning.[1,109] President Bush arrives in Greenville, South Carolina at the Greenville-Spartanburg Airport during the afternoon. President Bush delivers an address detailing his intentions in the state and critiquing Democratic nominee Clinton.[1,110] President Bush attends the North Carolina Apple Festival at the Henderson County Courthouse in Hendersonville during the afternoon.[1,111] The White House announces that President Bush has amended his August 26 declaration of a major disaster in Louisiana to include a waiver of state and local cost sharing requirements.[1,112]
  • September 6 - President Bush delivers a speech to citizens at the Copernicus Center in Chicago, Illinois during the afternoon.[1,113]
  • September 8 - President Bush transmits the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in a message to the Senate calling for the legislative body to approve the measure.[1,114] In a statement, President Bush confirms the administration has agreed to accept welfare waivers per the request of the state of Virginia.[1,115] The White House says President Bush earlier in the day sent Congress "emergency supplemental requests to cover the incremental costs arising from the consequences of Hurricane Andrew and Typhoon Omar."[1,116]
  • September 9 - President Bush says his upcoming meeting with Republicans can benefit attempts on the part of the administration in reforming health care during a morning appearance in the Cabinet Room.[1,117] President Bush gives a speech at a rally for his re-election campaign at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Hall in Middletown, New Jersey during the afternoon.[1,118] President Bush transmits the Ireland-United States Social Security Agreement to Congress in a message for approval by both chambers.[1,119]
  • September 10 - President Bush addresses the Economic Club of Detroit at the Cobo Hall during the afternoon.[1,120]
  • September 11 - President Bush delivers an address at Missouri Southern State College in Joplin, Missouri during the morning.[1,121]
  • September 14 - President Bush delivers an address to the Natural Communities Conservation Planning Organizations in an appearance at Rancho Penasquitos in San Diego, California during the morning.[1,122] President Bush gives a speech to employees of Vaagen Brothers Lumber at the company headquarters in Colville, Washington during the afternoon.[1,123]
  • September 15 - President Bush gives a speech to the National Guard Association at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City, Utah during the morning.[1,124] President Bush delivers a speech to employees of Sandia National Laboratories at a company laboratory in Albuquerque, New Mexico during the afternoon.[1,125]
  • September 16 - The White House announces that President Bush will amend an earlier declaration of a major disaster in Hawaii to include waivers for "State and local cost sharing requirements and allow reimbursement of 100 percent of eligible public assistance costs exceeding per capita."[1,126]
  • September 17 - President Bush delivers an address in the Enid Convention Hall in Enid, Oklahoma during the morning.[1,127] President Bush gives a speech at a home site in the Avery of Walnut Creek development in Jonesboro, Georgia during the afternoon.[1,128] President Bush attends the Olympic Flag Jam '92 at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta during the evening.[1,129]
  • September 18 - President Bush delivers a speech to AT&T employees at the company's corporate headquarters in Basking Ridge, New Jersey during the afternoon.[1,130]
  • September 20 - President Bush delivers an address to the G - 7 Finance Ministers and Bank Governors in the East Room during the evening.[1,131]
  • September 21 - President Bush gives a speech to the United Nations General Assembly in the General Assembly Hall during the morning.[1,132] President Bush announces the nominations of Marshall Fletcher McCallie for Ambassador of the United States of America to the Republic of Namibia,[1,133] and Robert Gregory Joseph for Assistant Director of the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency (Bureau of Verification and Intelligence).[1,134]
  • September 22 - President Bush gives a speech at the University Plaza Convention Center in Springfield, Missouri during the morning.[1,135] President Bush delivers an address at Tulsa International Airport in Tulsa, Oklahoma criticizing Governor Clinton and promoting current policies during the morning.[1,136]
  • September 23 - President Bush addresses the Independent Business Coalition of his re-election campaign in the Biltmore Room of the Joseph S. Koury Convention Center located in Greensboro, North Carolina during the morning.[1,137] President Bush delivers a speech at the Joseph S. Koury Convention Center that morning.[1,138] President Bush delivers an address at Pennsylvania State University on the Old Main Lawn during the afternoon.[1,139] President Bush signs H.R. 5620 into law, providing immediate "supplemental appropriations for disaster assistance to meet urgent needs resulting from Hurricane Andrew, Hurricane Iniki, and Typhoon Omar."[1,140]
  • September 25 - President Bush delivers an address to employees of Motorola at the company plant in Schaumburg, Illinois during the afternoon.[1,141] President Bush delivers an address to the National Technology Initiative Conference in Mandel Hall at the University of Chicago during the afternoon.[1,142] President Bush delivers an address for his re-election campaign at the Hilton Hotel in Chicago during the afternoon.[1,143] President Bush announces the nominations of William Lucas for Director of Community Relations Service at the U.S. Department of Justice,[1,144] and Eric J. Boswell for Director of the Office of Foreign Missions at the State Department.[1,145]
  • September 26 - President Bush gives a speech at the Reed and Frazee Streets railroad tracks in Bowling Green, Ohio during the afternoon.[1,146] President Bush delivers remarks at the Plymouth train station in Plymouth, Michigan during the evening.[1,147]
  • September 27 - President Bush delivers an address on the observation deck of the Spirit of America train in Wixom, Michigan during the morning.[1,148]
  • September 28 - President Bush gives an address to the East Dallas Renaissance Neighborhood Project at Swiss Avenue in Dallas, Texas during the afternoon.[1,149]
  • September 29 - President Bush delivers a speech at the Roy Acuff Theater in Nashville, Tennessee during the evening.[1,150]
  • September 30 - President Bush gives a speech criticizing the record of Governor Clinton at the Heavy and General Construction Laborers Local 472 union headquarters during the evening.[1,151] President Bush signs the Tourism Policy and Export Promotion Act of 1992 into law. The Act serves as an authorization for the United States Travel and Tourism Administration.[1,152]

October

  • October 1 - President Bush signs legislation intended to "provide for the continuing operation of the Government for the brief period between now and October 5, 1992" that will be concurrent with annual appropriations.[1,153]
  • October 2 - President Bush releases a statement calling for Congress to pass the national energy strategy prior to it adjourning and details the background of the strategy as well as congressional support for it.[1,154] President Bush announces the nomination of Sean O'Keefe for United States Secretary of the Navy.[1,155]
  • October 3 - President Bush delivers an address criticizing Clinton at Hollywood International Airport in Fort Lauderdale, Florida during the afternoon.[1,156] President Bush gives a speech noting what he sees as inconsistencies in Clinton's stated positions on issues at the Church Street Market in Orlando, Florida during the evening.[1,157] President Bush returns the Cable Television Consumer Protection and Competition Act of 1992 to the Senate and explains his reasons for doing so in a message to the chamber.[1,158]
  • October 5 - President Bush gives an address that includes child care reform and critiquing Clinton on the Green in front of the old statehouse in Dover, Delaware during the afternoon.[1,159] President Bush signs the Civil War Battlefield Commemorative Coin Act of 1992, enabling the "Secretary of the Treasury to mint coins in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the beginning of the protection of Civil War battlefields."[1,160] President Bush announces the nomination of Gerald R. Riso for Chief Financial Officer of the Department of Housing and Urban Development.[1,161]
  • October 6 - President Bush signs the Department of Transportation and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 1993, which he says contains "funding necessary to maintain and improve our transportation system and to support transportation safety."[1,162] President Bush announces the nomination of Douglas Alan Brook for Director of the Office of Personnel Management.[1,163] President Bush announces the appointment of Clifford T. Alderman for Special Assistant to the President for Intergovernmental Affairs.[1,164]
  • October 7 - President Bush attends the initializing ceremony for the North American Free Trade Agreement at the Plaza San Antonio Hotel in San Antonio, Texas during the afternoon.[1,165] Press Secretary Fitzwater releases a statement expressing President Bush's satisfaction with free parliamentary elections in Kuwait.[1,166]
  • October 8 - President Bush delivers an address critiquing Clinton at the Nashville Avenue Wharf in New Orleans, Louisiana during the afternoon.[1,167]
  • October 9 - President Bush issues a designation of Arlene Holen for the position of Chairman of the Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission.[1,168] President Bush signs the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge Act of 1992, an act that President Bush states will provide "for the future establishment of a national wildlife refuge at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal immediately outside of Denver, Colorado."[1,169] President Bush delivers an address to the National Fraternal Order of Police at the Holiday Inn Eastgate during the afternoon.[1,170]
  • October 11 - President Bush arrives at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport in St. Louis, Missouri during the afternoon.[1,171]
  • October 13 - President Bush signs the instrument of ratification for the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Bush states that the Climate Convention is the first step in an international addressing of the issue of climate change and calls on other regions to participate.[1,172]
  • October 14 - President Bush signs the Advisory Council on California Indian Policy Act of 1992. The council has the objective of reviewing the status and federal policies toward California Indian tribes.[1,173]
  • October 15 - President Bush, Ross Perot, and Governor Clinton participate in the Richmond, Virginia presidential debate.[1,174]
  • October 16 - President Bush signs the Dayton Aviation Heritage Preservation Act of 1992, establishing the Ohio-based Dayton Aviation National Historic Park along with the National Park System.[1,175]
  • October 19 - President Bush arrives at the Capital City Airport in Lansing, Michigan during the afternoon.[1,176] President Bush delivers remarks criticizing the Clinton-Gore ticket at the Lansing Civic Center during the evening.[1,177]
  • October 20 - President Bush delivers an address on the observation deck of the Spirit of America train in Gainesville, Georgia during the afternoon.[1,178]
  • October 21 - President Bush gives a speech criticizing Governor Clinton at the State Fair Grounds in Raleigh, North Carolina during the evening.[1,179]
  • October 22 - President Bush delivers a speech at Seventh Street and Landis Avenue in Vineland, New Jersey during the afternoon.[1,180] President Bush gives an address at Veterans Memorial Park during the afternoon. President Bush's remarks criticize Clinton's record as Governor of Arkansas and predicts his re-election campaign will be successful.[1,181]
  • October 23 - President Bush delivers an address at South Laurel High School in London, Kentucky during the afternoon.[1,182] President Bush signs the Wild Bird Conservation Act of 1992, which he says "promotes the conservation of wild exotic birds and provides for other measures related to fish and wildlife conservation."[1,183]

November

  • November 3 – President Bush loses the presidential election against Democratic Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton.
  • November 18 – President Bush meets with President-elect Clinton at the Oval Office to discuss the transition of power between the presidents.

December

  • December 23 - President Bush delivers brief remarks thanking those who have helped his administration as well as wishing a happy holiday season to those in attendance in the South Lawn during the morning.[1,184]
  • December 29 - President Bush is announced to have recess appointed Brian C. Griffin for Chairman of the Administrative Conference of the United States.[1,185]
  • December 30 - President Bush announces the completion of discussions of agreements on START II and that formal work on the text of the treaty was being completed by American and Russian experts in Geneva in the Rose Garden during the morning. Bush also answers questions from reporters on Somalia, Serbia, and the START II treaty.[1,186] President Bush issues a memorandum on delegations of authority as it pertains to Soviet Republics.[1,187] President Bush is announced to have recess-appointed Stephen T. Hart for an Assistant Secretary of Transportation for Public Affairs.[1,188]

1993

  • January 19 – President Bush spends his last full day in office as the 41st President of the United States.
  • January 20 – President Bush finishes his time in office as the 41st President of the United States, and departs the White House with the First Lady Barbara Bush. His successor, Bill Clinton, was inaugurated as the 42nd President of the United States, at noon EST.

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  2. ^ Question-and-Answer Session With Reporters (January 21, 1989)
  3. ^ Remarks to Campaign Staff Members and Political Supporters (January 21, 1989)
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  5. ^ Nomination of W. Henson Moore To Be Deputy Secretary of Energy (1989-01-25)
  6. ^ Nomination of Susan S. Engeleiter To Be Administrator of the Small Business Administration (1989-01-25)
  7. ^ Remarks on Signing the Executive Order Establishing the President's Commission on Federal Ethics Law Reform (1989-01-25)
  8. ^ The President's News Conference (January 27, 1989)
  9. ^ Remarks at the Swearing-in Ceremony for James A. Baker III as Secretary of State (January 27, 1989)
  10. ^ Remarks at the Swearing-in Ceremony for Elizabeth H. Dole as Secretary of Labor (January 30, 1989)
  11. ^ Message to the Congress Transmitting a Report on the Establishment of the National Space Council (February 1, 1989)
  12. ^ Nomination of Kenneth Winston Starr To Be Solicitor General of the United States (February 1, 1989)
  13. ^ Remarks at the Annual National Prayer Breakfast (February 2, 1989)
  14. ^ Nomination of Richard R. Burt for the Rank of Ambassador While Serving as United States Negotiator for Strategic Nuclear Arms (February 2, 1989)
  15. ^ Remarks on the Savings and Loan Crisis (February 3, 1989)
  16. ^ Remarks at the Swearing-in Ceremony for Robert A. Mosbacher as Secretary of Commerce (February 3, 1989)
  17. ^ Remarks at a White House Luncheon for Business Leaders (February 3, 1989)
  18. ^ White House Statement on Secretary of Health and Human Services-Designate Louis W. Sullivan (February 4, 1989)
  19. ^ Remarks at the Swearing-in Ceremony for Carla A. Hills as United States Trade Representative (February 6, 1989)
  20. ^ Statement by Press Secretary Fitzwater on the Acquisition of Monsanto Electronic Materials Company by a West German Firm (February 7, 1989)
  21. ^ Statement on Signing the Bill Rescinding Proposed Increases in Executive, Legislative, and Judicial Salaries (February 7, 1989)
  22. ^ Remarks at the Swearing-in Ceremony for Manuel Lujan, Jr., as Secretary of the Interior (February 8, 1989)
  23. ^ Remarks at the Swearing-in Ceremony for William K. Reilly as Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (February 8, 1989)
  24. ^ Statement on the Economic and Domestic Policy Councils (February 8, 1989)
  25. ^ Address on Administration Goals Before a Joint Session of Congress (February 9, 1989)
  26. ^ Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session With Reporters Following a Luncheon With Prime Minister Brian Mulroney in Ottawa, Canada (February 10, 1989)
  27. ^ Remarks to Members of the Business and Industry Association of New Hampshire in Manchester (February 13, 1989)
  28. ^ Remarks at the Swearing-in Ceremony for Jack F. Kemp as Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (February 13, 1989)
  29. ^ Nomination of Roy M. Goodman To Be a Member of the Board of Directors of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (February 14, 1989)
  30. ^ Remarks to the South Carolina State Legislature in Columbia (February 15, 1989)
  31. ^ Nomination of Richard J. Kerr To Be Deputy Director of Central Intelligence (February 15, 1989)
  32. ^ Appointment of Francis S.M. Hodsoll as Executive Associate Director and Chief Financial Officer of the Office of Management and Budget (February 15, 1989)
  33. ^ Remarks at the Swearing-in Ceremony for Clayton Yeutter as Secretary of Agriculture (February 16, 1989)
  34. ^ Remarks to Students at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri (February 17, 1989)
  35. ^ Nomination of Elaine L. Chao To Be Deputy Secretary of Transportation (February 17, 1989)
  36. ^ Nomination of Sidney Linn Williams To Be a Deputy United States Trade Representative (February 17, 1989)
  37. ^ Appointment of William L. Roper as Deputy Assistant to the President for Domestic Policy and Director of the White House Office of Policy Development (February 21, 1989)
  38. ^ Nomination of Robert R. Glauber To Be an Under Secretary of the Treasury (February 22, 1989)
  39. ^ The President's News Conference in Tokyo (February 24, 1989)
  40. ^ Remarks at Chongmenwen Christian Church in Beijing (February 26, 1989)
  41. ^ Remarks to American Embassy Employees in Beijing (February 26, 1989)
  42. ^ Remarks to the National Assembly in Seoul (February 27, 1989)
  43. ^ Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session With Reporters Following a Cabinet Meeting (February 28, 1989)
  44. ^ Nomination of Constance Horner To Be Under Secretary of Health and Human Services (February 28, 1989)
  45. ^ Nomination of Mary Sheila Gall To Be an Assistant Secretary of Health and Human Services (February 28, 1989)
  46. ^ Nomination of Douglas P. Mulholland To Be an Assistant Secretary of State (February 28, 1989)
  47. ^ Remarks to Members of the Small Business Legislative Council (March 1, 1989)
  48. ^ Appointment of Mark Albrecht as Director of the National Space Council (March 1, 1989)
  49. ^ Remarks at a Reception for Participants in the National Endowment for the Humanities Teacher-Scholar Program (March 2, 1989)
  50. ^ Nomination of William Pelham Barr To Be an Assistant Attorney General (March 2, 1989)
  51. ^ Remarks on Drug Trafficking Prior to a Luncheon With Administration Officials (March 3, 1989)
  52. ^ Remarks to the Winners of the Westinghouse Science Talent Search (March 3, 1989)
  53. ^ Remarks at the Annual Conference of the Veterans of Foreign Wars (March 6, 1989)
  54. ^ Nomination of Anthony Joseph Principi To Be Deputy Secretary of Veterans Affairs (March 6, 1989)
  55. ^ Nomination of Gerald L. Olson To Be an Assistant Secretary of Health and Human Services (March 6, 1989)
  56. ^ Remarks to Members of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (March 7, 1989)
  57. ^ Remarks at the Swearing-in Ceremony for James D. Watkins as Secretary of Energy (March 9, 1989)
  58. ^ Remarks at the Swearing-in Ceremony for Louis W. Sullivan as Secretary of Health and Human Services (March 10, 1989)
  59. ^ Remarks to Members of the National Conference of State Legislators (March 10, 1989)
  60. ^ The President's News Conference (March 10, 1989)
  61. ^ Nomination of Michael Hayden Armacost To Be United States Ambassador to Japan (March 10, 1989)
  62. ^ Remarks to Members of the National Association of Attorneys General (March 13, 1989)
  63. ^ Remarks Following the Swearing-in Ceremony for William J. Bennett as Director of National Drug Control Policy (March 13, 1989)
  64. ^ Remarks to Members of the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith (March 14, 1989)
  65. ^ Remarks at the Swearing-in Ceremony for Edward J. Derwinski as Secretary of Veterans Affairs (March 15, 1989)
  66. ^ Remarks at a Luncheon Hosted by the Forum Club in Houston, Texas (March 16, 1989)
  67. ^ Remarks at the Junior Achievement National Business Hall of Fame Dinner in Colorado Springs, Colorado (March 16, 1989)
  68. ^ Nomination of Gilbert E. Carmichael To Be Administrator of the Federal Railroad Administration (March 16, 1989)
  69. ^ The President's News Conference (March 17, 1989)
  70. ^ Nomination of Kate Leader Moore To Be an Assistant Secretary of Transportation (March 17, 1989)
  71. ^ Remarks at the Swearing-in Ceremony for Thomas R. Pickering as United States Representative to the United Nations (March 20, 1989)
  72. ^ Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session With the State Legislators Working Group (March 20, 1989)
  73. ^ Nomination of Julius L. Katz To Be a Deputy United States Trade Representative (March 20, 1989)
  74. ^ Remarks at the Swearing-in Ceremony for Richard B. Cheney as Secretary of Defense (March 21, 1989)
  75. ^ Nomination of Janice Obuchowski To Be an Assistant Secretary of Commerce (March 21, 1989)
  76. ^ Remarks to Students at Conestoga Valley High School in Lancaster, Pennsylvania (March 22, 1989)
  77. ^ The President's News Conference (March 24, 1989)
  78. ^ Remarks on Greeting the Crew of the Space Shuttle Discovery (March 24, 1989)
  79. ^ Nomination of William H. Taft IV To Be United States Permanent Representative to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Council (March 24, 1989)
  80. ^ Nomination of William G. Rosenberg To Be an Assistant Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (March 27, 1989)
  81. ^ Nomination of Alfred A. DelliBovi To Be Under Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (March 27, 1989)
  82. ^ Nomination of John C. Weicher To Be an Assistant Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (March 27, 1989)
  83. ^ Remarks and an Informal Exchange With Reporters Following a Meeting With Administration Officials (March 28, 1989)
  84. ^ Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session With Students at James Madison High School in Vienna, Virginia (March 28, 1989)
  85. ^ "Barbara Bush Being Treated for Graves' Disease, a Thyroid Disorder". Los Angeles Times. March 30, 1989. 
  86. ^ "Bush Selects U.S. Attorney". Los Angeles Times. March 30, 1989. 
  87. ^ "Bush Decides Not to Take Over Alaska Spill Cleanup : Coast Guard Shocked by Grounding". Los Angeles Times. March 30, 1989. 
  88. ^ Statement by Press Secretary Fitzwater on President Bush's Meeting With President Carlos Andres Perez of Venezuela (April 1, 1989)
  89. ^ Statement by Press Secretary Fitzwater on the President's Meeting With the Families of the Victims of Pan American Flight 103 (April 3, 1989)
  90. ^ Remarks Following Discussions With President Mohammed Hosni Mubarak of Egypt (April 3, 1989)
  91. ^ Nomination of Alan Charles Raul To Be General Counsel of the Department of Agriculture (April 3, 1989)
  92. ^ Remarks at a White House Briefing for Members of the American Business Conference (April 4, 1989)
  93. ^ Toasts at a State Dinner Honoring President Mohammed Hosni Mubarak of Egypt (April 4, 1989)
  94. ^ Nomination of Delos Cy Jamison To Be Director of the Bureau of Land Management (April 4, 1989)
  95. ^ Message to the Congress Transmitting Proposed Legislation on Educational Excellence (April 5, 1989)
  96. ^ Remarks at the Presentation Ceremony for the National Teacher of the Year Award (April 5, 1989)
  97. ^ Toasts at a Dinner Honoring Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir of Israel (April 6, 1989)
  98. ^ Appointment of Mary McClure as Special Assistant to the President for Intergovernmental Affairs (April 6, 1989)
  99. ^ The President's News Conference (April 7, 1989)
  100. ^ Remarks on Signing the Whistleblower Protection Act of 1989 (April 10, 1989)
  101. ^ Nomination of Diane Kay Morales To Be an Assistant Secretary of Energy (April 10, 1989)
  102. ^ Remarks at the Presentation Ceremony for the President's Volunteer Action Awards (April 11, 1989)
  103. ^ Continuation of Eugene J. McAllister as an Assistant Secretary of State (April 11, 1989)
  104. ^ Remarks Congratulating the University of Michigan Wolverines on Winning the NCAA Basketball Championship (April 12, 1989)
  105. ^ Remarks Announcing the Nomination of Richard Harrison Truly To Be Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (April 12, 1989)
  106. ^ Nomination of James R. Thompson, Jr., To Be Deputy Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (April 12, 1989)
  107. ^ Remarks to Citizens in Hamtramck, Michigan (April 17, 1989)
  108. ^ Remarks at the National Conference of the Building and Construction Trades Department of the AFL - CIO (April 18, 1989)
  109. ^ Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session With Agricultural Journalists (April 18, 1989)
  110. ^ Remarks Upon Signing the Bill Implementing the Bipartisan Accord on Central America (April 18, 1989)
  111. ^ Message to the Congress Reporting Budget Deferrals (April 18, 1989)
  112. ^ Nomination of Morton Isaac Abramowitz To Be United States Ambassador to Turkey (April 19, 1989)
  113. ^ Remarks Congratulating the University of Tennessee Lady Volunteers on Winning the NCAA Basketball Championship (April 20, 1989)
  114. ^ Remarks on Signing the Executive Order Establishing the National Space Council (April 20, 1989)
  115. ^ Nomination of D. Allan Bromley To Be Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy (April 20, 1989)
  116. ^ Remarks on Signing the Law Day, U.S.A., Proclamation (April 21, 1989)
  117. ^ Designation of James J. Carey as Acting Chairman of the Federal Maritime Commission (April 21, 1989)
  118. ^ Remarks at the Memorial Service for Crewmembers of the U.S.S. Iowa in Norfolk, Virginia (April 24, 1989)
  119. ^ Remarks at the Associated Press Business Luncheon in Chicago, Illinois (April 24, 1989)
  120. ^ Remarks at the Dedication Ceremony for the Centennial Grove in Bismarck, North Dakota (April 24, 1989)
  121. ^ Remarks to Ford Aerospace Space Systems Employees in Palo Alto, California (April 25, 1989)
  122. ^ Remarks to Law Enforcement Officers in Orange County, California (April 25, 1989)
  123. ^ Nomination of Richard L. Armitage To Be Secretary of the Army (April 25, 1989)
  124. ^ Remarks to the Texas State Legislature in Austin (April 26, 1989)
  125. ^ Remarks at the Dedication Ceremony for the Michael Bilirakis Alzheimer's Center in Palm Harbor, Florida (April 27, 1989)
  126. ^ Remarks on Signing the Executive Order on Historically Black Colleges and Universities (April 28, 1989)
  127. ^ The President's News Conference (April 28, 1989)
  128. ^ Remarks at the Bicentennial Celebration of George Washington's Inauguration in New York, New York (April 30, 1989)
  129. ^ Remarks to the United States Chamber of Commerce (May 1, 1989)
  130. ^ Remarks at the Swearing-in Ceremony for Susan S. Engeleiter as Administrator of the Small Business Administration (May 1, 1989)
  131. ^ Nomination of Donald B. Rice To Be Secretary of the Air Force (May 1, 1989)
  132. ^ Remarks to the Council of the Americas (May 2, 1989)
  133. ^ Nomination of David J. Gribbin III To Be an Assistant Secretary of Defense (May 2, 1989)
  134. ^ Appointment of Zvi Kestenbaum as a Member of the Commission for the Preservation of America's Heritage Abroad (May 2, 1989)
  135. ^ Nomination of Sean Charles O'Keefe To Be Comptroller of the Department of Defense (May 3, 1989)
  136. ^ Message to the Congress Transmitting the European Economic Community-United States Fishing Agreement (May 3, 1989)
  137. ^ "Cheney Glosses Over Disparity on Gorbachev". Los Angeles Times. May 3, 1989. 
  138. ^ Remarks at the Annual National Prayer Breakfast (May 4, 1989)
  139. ^ Nomination of Reggie B. Walton To Be Associate Director for National Drug Control Policy (May 4, 1989)
  140. ^ Remarks at a Cinco de Mayo Celebration (May 5, 1989)
  141. ^ Nomination of Julia Chang Bloch To Be United States Ambassador to Nepal (May 8, 1989)
  142. ^ Question-and-Answer Session With Teachers at the Shiloh Child Development Center (May 9, 1989)
  143. ^ Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session With Reporters on the Situation in Panama (May 11, 1989)
  144. ^ Nomination of James Franklin Rill To Be an Assistant Attorney General (May 11, 1989)
  145. ^ Nomination of Jerry M. Hunter To Be General Counsel of the National Labor Relations Board (May 12, 1989)
  146. ^ Remarks at the Mississippi State University Commencement Ceremony in Starkville (May 13, 1989)
  147. ^ Remarks at a Fundraising Reception for Senator Mitch McConnell in Lexington, Kentucky (May 13, 1989)
  148. ^ Remarks at the National Peace Officers' Memorial Day Ceremony (May 15, 1989)
  149. ^ Remarks to Members of the American Retail Federation (May 17, 1989)
  150. ^ Remarks on Signing the Martin Luther King, Jr., Federal Holiday Commission Extension Act (May 17, 1989)
  151. ^ Nomination of Antonio Lopez To Be an Associate Director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (May 17, 1989)
  152. ^ Continuation of Charles E.M. Kolb as a Deputy Under Secretary of Education (May 17, 1989)
  153. ^ Discussion With Teachers at the Wilson Magnet High School in Rochester, New York (May 18, 1989)
  154. ^ Remarks to the Students at the Wilson Magnet High School in Rochester, New York (May 18, 1989)
  155. ^ Remarks to Supporters of the Brainpower Coalition in Rochester, New York (May 18, 1989)
  156. ^ Remarks at the Boston University Commencement Ceremony in Massachusetts (May 21, 1989)
  157. ^ Remarks at a White House Dinner Honoring the Nation's Governors (May 22, 1989)
  158. ^ Nomination of Thomas Joseph Murrin To Be Deputy Secretary of Commerce (May 22, 1989)
  159. ^ Remarks at the United States Coast Guard Academy Commencement Ceremony in New London, Connecticut (May 24, 1989)
  160. ^ Nomination of Edward Joseph Perkins To Be Director General of the Foreign Service (May 25, 1989)
  161. ^ Nomination of Fred T. Goldberg, Jr., To Be Commissioner of Internal Revenue (May 25, 1989)
  162. ^ Remarks at a Memorial Day Ceremony in Nettuno, Italy (May 28, 1989)
  163. ^ Toast at a Dinner Hosted by Chancellor Helmut Kohl in Bonn, Federal Republic of Germany (May 30, 1989)
  164. ^ Remarks to American Embassy Employees and Their Families in Bonn, Federal Republic of Germany (May 31, 1989)
  165. ^ Statement on the Resignation of Speaker of the House of Representatives Jim Wright (May 31, 1989)
  166. ^ Remarks to American Embassy Employees and Their Families in London (June 1, 1989)
  167. ^ Toast at a Dinner Hosted by Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in London (June 1, 1989)
  168. ^ Nomination of Shirley Temple Black To Be United States Ambassador to Czechoslovakia (June 1, 1989)
  169. ^ Continuation of Michael Ussery as United States Ambassador to Morocco (June 1, 1989)
  170. ^ Remarks on Arrival in Portsmouth, New Hampshire (June 2, 1989)
  171. ^ White House Statement on the Death of the Ayatollah Khomeini (June 4, 1989)
  172. ^ The President's News Conference (June 5, 1989)
  173. ^ Remarks at the Annual Meeting of the Business Roundtable (June 5, 1989)
  174. ^ Statement on the 45th Anniversary of D-Day (June 6, 1989)
  175. ^ Statement on the Elections in Poland (June 6, 1989)
  176. ^ Nomination of Sherrie Sandy Rollins To Be an Assistant Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (June 6, 1989)
  177. ^ Nomination of Roy M. Goodman To Be a Member of the National Council on the Arts (June 6, 1989)
  178. ^ Remarks at the Welcoming Ceremony for Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto of Pakistan (June 6, 1989)
  179. ^ Nomination of Michael R. Deland To Be a Member of the Council on Environmental Quality, and Designation as Chairman (June 7, 1989)
  180. ^ Remarks to Members of Ducks Unlimited (June 8, 1989)
  181. ^ Nomination of Debra Russell Bowland To Be Administrator of the Wage and Hour Division at the Department of Labor (June 8, 1989)
  182. ^ Nomination of Thomas Patrick Melady To Be United States Ambassador to the Holy See (June 9, 1989)
  183. ^ Remarks at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln (June 13, 1989)
  184. ^ Nomination of Stella Garcia Guerra To Be an Assistant Secretary of the Interior (June 13, 1989)
  185. ^ Nomination of John F. Turner To Be Director of the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (June 13, 1989)
  186. ^ Continuation of Richard Schifter as an Assistant Secretary of State (June 14, 1989)
  187. ^ Remarks to Law Enforcement Officers at the Federal Training Center in Glynco, Georgia (June 15, 1989)
  188. ^ Remarks at a Reception for Participants in the Very Special Arts International Festival (June 15, 1989)
  189. ^ Nomination of Stephen John Hadley To Be an Assistant Secretary of Defense (June 16, 1989)
  190. ^ Remarks at the Presentation Ceremony for the Drug-Free Schools Awards (June 19, 1989)
  191. ^ Remarks at the Presentation Ceremony for the Presidential Scholars Awards (June 20, 1989)
  192. ^ Remarks Announcing the Youth Engaged in Service to America Initiative (June 21, 1989)
  193. ^ Nomination of John J. Easton, Jr., To Be an Assistant Secretary of Energy (June 21, 1989)
  194. ^ Informal Exchange With Residents of Covenant House in New York, New York (June 22, 1989)
  195. ^ Statement on the Supreme Court's Decision on Abortion (July 3, 1989)
  196. ^ Statement by Press Secretary Fitzwater on Ronald Reagan's Riding Accident (July 4, 1989)
  197. ^ Statement on the Media Advertising Partnership for a Drug-Free America (July 5, 1989)
  198. ^ Nomination of Linda M. Combs To Be an Assistant Secretary of the Treasury (July 5, 1989)
  199. ^ Remarks at the Presentation Ceremony for the Presidential Medal of Freedom (July 6, 1989)
  200. ^ Nomination of Eric M. Javits To Be United States Ambassador to Venezuela (July 6, 1989)
  201. ^ Nomination of Arthur W. Fort To Be an Assistant Secretary of State (July 7, 1989)
  202. ^ Remarks to the Polish National Assembly in Warsaw (July 10, 1989)
  203. ^ "Once again, Pentagon to try thrift". Chicago Tribune. July 12, 1989. 
  204. ^ "Senate OKs bill shifting limits on immigration". Chicago Tribune. July 14, 1989. 
  205. ^ Moseley, Ray (July 15, 1989). "U.S. may pay families in downing of Iranian airliner". Chicago Tribune. 
  206. ^ "Senate vote hits China in wallet". Chicago Tribune. July 15, 1989. 
  207. ^ McNulty, Timothy J. (July 17, 1989). "Bush: Too Early For Soviets To Join Economic Summit". Chicago Tribune. 
  208. ^ "Bush miffed at Quayle-bashing by '88 advisors". Chicago Tribune. July 18, 1989. 
  209. ^ Statement by the President on the Upcoming Elections in Nicaragua (July 19, 1989)
  210. ^ Nomination of Nicolas Miklos Salgo for the Rank of Ambassador While Serving as Special Negotiator for Property Issues (July 19, 1989)
  211. ^ Nomination of Charles Warren Hostler To Be United States Ambassador to Bahrain (July 21, 1989)
  212. ^ "Baker: Keep the Khmer Rouge out". Chicago Tribune. July 31, 1989. 
  213. ^ Remarks at a White House Barbecue for Members of Congress (August 1, 1989)
  214. ^ Nomination of Jonathan Moore To Be an Alternate United States Representative to the United Nations (August 1, 1989)
  215. ^ Statement on Food Assistance for Poland (August 1, 1989)
  216. ^ Question-and-Answer Session With Reporters on the Hostage Situation in Lebanon (August 2, 1989)
  217. ^ Statement by Press Secretary Fitzwater on Proposed Civil Rights Legislation for Disabled Americans (August 2, 1989)
  218. ^ Nomination of Stephen Read Hanmer, Jr., To Be Deputy Director of the United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency (August 2, 1989)
  219. ^ Letter to Congressional Leaders on Savings and Loan Financing Legislation (August 3, 1989)
  220. ^ Remarks at a Ceremony Commemorating the 200th Anniversary of the Department of War (August 7, 1989)
  221. ^ Remarks at the Boy Scout National Jamboree in Bowling Green, Virginia (August 7, 1989)
  222. ^ Remarks at the National Urban League Conference (August 8, 1989)
  223. ^ Remarks on Signing the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery, and Enforcement Act of 1989 (August 9, 1989)
  224. ^ Continuation of John J. Welch, Jr., as an Assistant Secretary of the Air Force (August 9, 1989)
  225. ^ [phttps://bush41library.tamu.edu/archives/public-papers/809 Statement on Signing the Bill Concerning the Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary (August 9, 1989)]
  226. ^ Remarks Announcing the Nomination of General Colin L. Powell To Be Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (August 10, 1989)
  227. ^ Statement on the American Hostages in Lebanon (August 10, 1989)
  228. ^ Statement by Press Secretary Fitzwater on the Education Summit With the Nation's Governors (August 11, 1989)
  229. ^ Statement on the Anniversary of the Berlin Wall (August 12, 1989)
  230. ^ Statement on the Death of Representative Mickey Leland (August 13, 1989)
  231. ^ Remarks on Signing the Disaster Assistance Act of 1989 (August 14, 1989)
  232. ^ Nomination of Richard C. Breeden To Be a Member of the Securities and Exchange Commission, and Designation as Chairman (August 14, 1989)
  233. ^ "Conferees take ax to 'Star Wars'". Chicago Tribune. November 3, 1989. 
  234. ^ Cawley, Janet. "Bush backs raises for lawmakers". Chicago Tribune. 
  235. ^ Nomination of Arthur J. Hill To Be President of the Government National Mortgage Association (November 21, 1989)
  236. ^ Remarks at the Commercial Appeal's Thanksgiving Celebration in Memphis, Tennessee (November 22, 1989)
  237. ^ Nomination of William J. Haynes II To Be General Counsel of the Department of the Army (November 22, 1989)
  238. ^ "U.S. aids Salvadorian eyewitnesses". Chicago Tribune. November 25, 1989. 
  239. ^ Appointment of Peter W. Senopoulos as a Member of the American Battle Monuments Commission (November 27, 1989)
  240. ^ Remarks to Members of the Presidential Economic Delegation to Poland (November 28, 1989)
  241. ^ Statement on Signing the National Museum of the American Indian Act (November 28, 1989)
  242. ^ Statement on Signing the Support for East European Democracy (SEED) Act of 1989 (November 28, 1989)
  243. ^ "Bush: Too soon to cut defense; President cool to 'peace dividend' idea". Chicago Tribune. November 30, 1989. 
  244. ^ Remarks Following Discussions With Prime Minister Brian Mulroney of Canada (November 29, 1989)
  245. ^ Statement on Signing the Ethics Reform Act of 1989 (November 30, 1989)
  246. ^ Shanker, Thom (December 2, 1989). "U.S. balanced aid for Aquino with concern over military bases". Chicago Tribune. 
  247. ^ Moseley, Ray (December 3, 1989). "President lists 20 proposals for Gorbachev". Chicago Tribune. 
  248. ^ Moseley, Ray (December 4, 1989). "Bush, Gorbachev hail new era". Chicago Tribune. 
  249. ^ Madigan, Charles M. (December 5, 1989). "USSR finds place for religion". Chicago Tribune. 
  250. ^ Remarks at the Acres Homes War on Drugs Rally in Houston, Texas (1989-12-07)
  251. ^ "Bush still for Columbian summit". Chicago Tribune. December 8, 1989. 
  252. ^ Sly, Liz (December 12, 1989). "Bush gets heat over officials' China visit". Chicago Tribune. 
  253. ^ Winter, Christine (December 12, 1989). "Bush: S&L rescue falling short". Chicago Tribune. 
  254. ^ Moseley, Ray (December 12, 1989). "Baker calls for 'new Europe'". Chicago Tribune. 
  255. ^ Sly, Liz (December 13, 1989). "U.S. may OK 3 satellites for China". Chicago Tribune. 
  256. ^ Remarks at the Catholic University of America Anniversary Dinner (December 12, 1989)
  257. ^ "Bush approves repeal of Medicare health plan". Chicago Tribune. December 14, 1989. 
  258. ^ Nomination of Donald Robert Quartel To Be a Commissioner at the Federal Maritime Commission (December 14, 1989)
  259. ^ Statement on Signing the Department of Housing and Urban Development Reform Act of 1989 (December 15, 1989)
  260. ^ Joint News Conference Following Discussions With French President Mitterrand in St. Martin, French West Indies (December 16, 1989)
  261. ^ Sly, Liz (December 19, 1989). "White House reveals earlier China visit". Chicago Tribune. 
  262. ^ Statement on Signing the Veterans' Benefits Amendments of 1989 (December 18, 1989)
  263. ^ Appointment of Edward C. Aldridge, Jr., as a Member of the President's National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee (December 18, 1989)
  264. ^ McNulty, Timothy J. (December 20, 1989). "Baker admits missteps on officials' China trips". Chicago Tribune. 
  265. ^ Statement on Signing the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1989 (December 19, 1989)
  266. ^ Address to the Nation Announcing United States Military Action in Panama (1989-12-20)
  267. ^ "U.S. in no hurry to quit Panama". Chicago Tribune. December 22, 1989. 
  268. ^ "Bush, wife visit AIDS victims' clinic". Chicago Tribune. December 23, 1989. 
  269. ^ "GIs cheered as fighting in Panama eases". Chicago Tribune. December 24, 1989. 
  270. ^ Statement by Press Secretary Fitzwater on the Situation in Panama (December 26, 1989)
  271. ^ Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session With Reporters in Corpus Christi, Texas (December 27, 1989)
  272. ^ Statement by Press Secretary Fitzwater on the Election of Vaclav Havel as President of Czechoslovakia (December 29, 1989)
  273. ^ Marx, Gary (December 31, 1989). "Bush calls raid a 'screwup'". Chicago Tribune. 
  274. ^ Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session With Reporters in San Antonio, Texas, on United States Military Action in Panama (December 31, 1989)
  275. ^ New Year's Message to the People of the Soviet Union (January 1, 1990)
  276. ^ "Bush tells rights leader he deplores bombings". Chicago Tribune. January 2, 1990. 
  277. ^ "Bush budget delayed; aid criticizes Congress". Chicago Tribune. January 2, 1990. 
  278. ^ "Cut proposed in outlay for home heating aid". Chicago Tribune. January 2, 1990. 
  279. ^ Remarks Announcing the Surrender of General Manuel Noriega in Panama (January 3, 1990)
  280. ^ The President's News Conference (January 5, 1990)
  281. ^ Nomination of Anthony Hurlbutt Flack To Be a Member of the National Council on Disability (January 5, 1990)
  282. ^ Remarks Introducing the Presidential Lecture Series (January 7, 1990)
  283. ^ Remarks to the American Farm Bureau Federation in Orlando, Florida (January 8, 1990)
  284. ^ Nomination of D'Wayne Gray To Be Chief Benefits Director of the Department of Veterans Affairs (January 9, 1990)
  285. ^ Cawley, Janet (January 29, 1990). "Quayle hones his game during Panama visit". Chicago Tribune. 
  286. ^ "Bush budget gets cool greeting". Chicago Tribune. January 30, 1990. 
  287. ^ "Panama invasion illegal, Jamaican leader tells Quayle". Chicago Tribune. January 30, 1990. 
  288. ^ Remarks at an Antidrug Rally in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (July 24, 1990)
  289. ^ Remarks at a Republican Party Fundraising Dinner in New York, New York (July 24, 1990)
  290. ^ Nomination of Edward P. Brynn To Be United States Ambassador to Burkina Faso (July 24, 1990)
  291. ^ Remarks at a Ceremony Commemorating Captive Nations Week (July 25, 1990)
  292. ^ Appointment of Richard W. Porter as Special Assistant to the President and Executive Secretary for the Domestic Policy Council (July 25, 1990)
  293. ^ Appointment of Phillip D. Brady as Assistant to the President and Staff Secretary (December 21, 1990)
  294. ^ Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session With Reporters at Camp David, Maryland, Following Discussions With Prime Minister John Major of the United Kingdom (December 22, 1990)
  295. ^ Christmas Message to American Troops (December 24, 1990)
  296. ^ Exchange With Reporters (December 27, 1990)
  297. ^ Presidential Determination No. 91 - 11 -- Memorandum on Trade With the Soviet Union (December 29, 1990)
  298. ^ Appointment of Katherine L. Super as Deputy Assistant to the President for Appointments and Scheduling (January 2, 1991)
  299. ^ Nomination of Arthur J. Hill To Be an Assistant Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (January 3, 1991)
  300. ^ Nomination of James F. Hoobler To Be Inspector General of the Small Business Administration (January 3, 1991)
  301. ^ Remarks on the United States Discussions With Iraq and a Question-and-Answer Session With Reporters (January 4, 1991)
  302. ^ Nomination of George H. Pfau, Jr., To Be a Director of the Securities Investor Protection Corporation (January 7, 1991)
  303. ^ Nomination of Stanford E. Parris To Be Administrator of the Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation (January 8, 1991)
  304. ^ The President's News Conference on the Persian Gulf Crisis (January 9, 1991)
  305. ^ Nomination of Bernadine P. Healy To Be Director of the National Institutes of Health (January 9, 1991)
  306. ^ Appointment of Raymond Ebeling as a Member of the Advisory Commission on Conferences in Ocean Shipping (January 10, 1991)
  307. ^ Nomination of James E. Denny To Be Assistant Commissioner of Patents and Trademarks (January 11, 1991)
  308. ^ Message to the Congress Reporting on the Economic Sanctions Against Libya (January 11, 1991)
  309. ^ The President's News Conference (January 12, 1991)
  310. ^ Remarks on Soviet Military Intervention in Lithuania and a Question-and-Answer Session With Reporters (January 13, 1991)
  311. ^ Statement on Signing the Resolution Authorizing the Use of Military Force Against Iraq (January 14, 1991)
  312. ^ Statement by Press Secretary Fitzwater on the Strategic Petroleum Reserve (January 16, 1991)
  313. ^ Nomination of Carol T. Crawford To Be a Member of the United States International Trade Commission (January 17, 1991)
  314. ^ Exchange With Reporters on the Persian Gulf Conflict (January 17, 1991)
  315. ^ The President's News Conference on the Persian Gulf Conflict (January 18, 1991)
  316. ^ Remarks on the Persian Gulf Conflict and the Baltic States and an Exchange With Reporters (January 21, 1991)
  317. ^ Message to the Congress on Trade With Bulgaria (January 22, 1991)
  318. ^ Remarks Following Discussions With President Punsalmaagiyn Ochirbat of Mongolia (January 23, 1991)
  319. ^ Exchange With Reporters (January 24, 1991)
  320. ^ Remarks on the Nomination of Edward R. Madigan To Be Secretary of Agriculture and a Question-and-Answer Session With Reporters (January 25, 1991)
  321. ^ Remarks at the Annual Convention of the National Religious Broadcasters (January 28, 1991)
  322. ^ Address Before a Joint Session of the Congress on the State of the Union (January 29, 1991)
  323. ^ Nomination of Robert B. Zoellick To Be an Under Secretary of State (January 30, 1991)
  324. ^ Nomination of Katherine Shirley To Be United States Ambassador to Senegal (January 30, 1991)
  325. ^ Appointment of Edward O. Vetter as a Member of the Competitiveness Policy Council (January 30, 1991)
  326. ^ Remarks at the National Prayer Breakfast (January 31, 1991)
  327. ^ Remarks at a White House Briefing on the 1991 National Drug Control Strategy (January 31, 1991)
  328. ^ Remarks to Community Members at Cherry Point Marine Corps Air Station in North Carolina (February 1, 1991)
  329. ^ Remarks to Members of the National Governors' Association (February 4, 1991)
  330. ^ Message to the Congress Transmitting the Fiscal Year 1992 Budget (February 4, 1991)
  331. ^ The President's News Conference (February 5, 1991)
  332. ^ Nomination of Rockwell A. Schnabel To Be Deputy Secretary of Commerce (February 5, 1991)
  333. ^ Statement on Signing the Agent Orange Act of 1991 (February 6, 1991)
  334. ^ Exchange With Reporters on the Persian Gulf Conflict (February 8, 1991)
  335. ^ Remarks on the Persian Gulf Conflict (February 11, 1991)
  336. ^ Nomination of Catherine Yi-yu Cho Woo To Be a Member of the National Council on the Arts (February 12, 1991)
  337. ^ Nomination of John G. Keller, Jr., To Be an Under Secretary of Commerce (February 13, 1991)
  338. ^ Appointment of John Kenneth Blackwell as United States Representative on the United Nations Commission on Human Rights (February 14, 1991)
  339. ^ Remarks to the American Association for the Advancement of Science (February 15, 1991)
  340. ^ Remarks to Raytheon Missile Systems Plant Employees in Andover, Massachusetts (February 15, 1991)
  341. ^ Exchange With Reporters on the Soviet Peace Proposal for the Persian Gulf Conflict (February 19, 1991)
  342. ^ Remarks at the Welcoming Ceremony for Queen Margrethe II of Denmark (February 20, 1991)
  343. ^ Remarks at a Briefing on Energy Policy (February 20, 1991)
  344. ^ Remarks on Signing the National Parents and Teachers Association Week Proclamation (February 21, 1991)
  345. ^ Remarks at the Swearing-In Ceremony for Lynn M. Martin as Secretary of Labor (February 22, 1991)
  346. ^ Address to the Nation Announcing Allied Military Ground Action in the Persian Gulf (February 23, 1991)
  347. ^ Nomination of Dennis A. Yao To Be Federal Trade Commissioner (February 25, 1991)
  348. ^ "Bush Halts Offensive Combat; Kuwait Freed, Iraqis Crushed". New York Times. February 28, 1991. 
  349. ^ Remarks and an Exchange With Reporters Prior to Discussions With Ambassador Nasir Al-Sabah of Kuwait (February 28, 1991)
  350. ^ Remarks to the American Legislative Exchange Council (March 1, 1991)
  351. ^ Remarks on Signing the Proclamation Commemorating the 30th Anniversary of the Peace Corps (March 1, 1991)
  352. ^ The President's News Conference on the Persian Gulf Conflict (March 1, 1991)
  353. ^ Message to the Congress Transmitting a Report on Trade Negotiations and Agreements and Fast Track Authority Extension (March 1, 1991)
  354. ^ Remarks to Veterans Service Organizations (March 4, 1991)
  355. ^ Remarks at the Westinghouse Science Talent Search 50th Anniversary Banquet (March 4, 1991)
  356. ^ Nomination of Donald J. Yockey To Be Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition (March 4, 1991)
  357. ^ Remarks at a Briefing on Extension of the Fast Track Trade Negotiation Authority (March 5, 1991)
  358. ^ Remarks Prior to Discussions With Foreign Minister Francisco Fernandez-Ordonez of Spain (March 5, 1991)
  359. ^ Address Before a Joint Session of the Congress on the Cessation of the Persian Gulf Conflict (March 6, 1991)
  360. ^ Appointment of Judy A. Smith as Special Assistant to the President and Deputy Press Secretary (March 7, 1991)
  361. ^ Remarks Upon Presenting the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Margaret Thatcher (March 7, 1991)
  362. ^ Memorandum on the Return of Desert Shield/Desert Storm Participants to Federal Civilian Employment (March 8, 1991)
  363. ^ Message to the Congress on the Termination of the Sanctions Imposed With Respect to Kuwait (March 8, 1991)
  364. ^ Remarks at the Ford's Theatre Gala (March 10, 1991)
  365. ^ Remarks Announcing Proposed Crime Control Legislation (March 11, 1991)
  366. ^ Remarks at the Point of Light Award Presentation Ceremony for the Henderson Hall/Barcroft Elementary School Adopt-A-School Program in Arlington, Virginia (March 11, 1991)
  367. ^ Remarks at the Swearing-In Ceremony for Edward R. Madigan as Secretary of Agriculture (March 12, 1991)
  368. ^ The President's News Conference With Prime Minister Brian Mulroney of Canada in Ottawa (March 13, 1991)
  369. ^ The President's News Conference With President Francois Mitterrand of France in Martinique, French West Indies (March 14, 1991)
  370. ^ Nomination of William G. Curran, Jr., To Be United States Director of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (March 15, 1991)
  371. ^ Remarks at the Presentation Ceremony for the Elie Wiesel Foundation Humanitarian Award and an Exchange With Reporters (March 18, 1991)
  372. ^ Remarks to the Points of Light Foundation (March 19, 1991)
  373. ^ Remarks on Police Brutality and an Exchange With Reporters (March 21, 1991)
  374. ^ Nomination of David T. Kearns To Be Deputy Secretary of the Department of Education (March 22, 1991)
  375. ^ Remarks at the Gridiron Dinner (March 23, 1991)
  376. ^ Remarks on Signing the Greek Independence Day Proclamation (March 25, 1991)
  377. ^ Remarks and an Exchange With Reporters Prior to a Meeting With Finance Minister Theo Waigel of Germany (March 26, 1991)
  378. ^ Remarks to State Department Employees (March 27, 1991)
  379. ^ Statement on the Death of Lee Atwater (March 29, 1991)
  380. ^ Nomination of John Schrote To Be an Assistant Secretary of the Interior (April 2, 1991)
  381. ^ Question-and-Answer Session With Reporters in Hobe Sound, Florida (April 3, 1991)
  382. ^ The President's News Conference With Prime Minister Toshiki Kaifu of Japan in Newport Beach, California (April 4, 1991)
  383. ^ Appointment of Douglas H. Paal as Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs (April 4, 1991)
  384. ^ Remarks at a Meeting With Hispanic Business Leaders and an Exchange With Reporters in Newport Beach, California (April 5, 1991)
  385. ^ Statement on the Death of John Tower (April 5, 1991)
  386. ^ The President's News Conference With Secretary of State James A. Baker III in Houston, Texas (April 6, 1991)
  387. ^ Statement on Signing the Persian Gulf Conflict Supplemental Authorization and Personnel Benefits Act of 1991 (April 6, 1991)
  388. ^ Remarks Commemorating the National Days of Thanksgiving in Houston, Texas (April 7, 1991)
  389. ^ Remarks on Presenting a Point of Light Award to the Voice of Hope Ministries in Dallas, Texas (April 8, 1991)
  390. ^ Remarks to Business Leaders on Fast Track Authority Extension (April 9, 1991)
  391. ^ Remarks at a Meeting of the American Business Conference (April 9, 1991)
  392. ^ Remarks at the Presentation Ceremony for the National Teacher of the Year Award in Slanesville, West Virginia (April 10, 1991)
  393. ^ Appointment of C. Gregg Petersmeyer as Assistant to the President and Director of the Office of National Service (April 10, 1991)
  394. ^ Statement on Signing the Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm Supplemental Appropriations Act, 1991 (April 10, 1991)
  395. ^ Nomination of Preston Moore To Be Chief Financial Officer of the Department of Commerce (April 11, 1991)
  396. ^ Nomination of Charles R. Bowers To Be United States Ambassador to Bolivia (April 12, 1991)
  397. ^ Remarks at Maxwell Air Force Base War College in Montgomery, Alabama (April 13, 1991)
  398. ^ Remarks at a White House Briefing for the Associated General Contractors of America (April 15, 1991)
  399. ^ Remarks to the National Association of Broadcasters Convention (April 15, 1991)
  400. ^ Message to the Congress Transmitting the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic-United States Nuclear Energy Cooperation Agreement (April 16, 1991)
  401. ^ Remarks on Assistance for Iraqi Refugees and a News Conference (April 16, 1991)
  402. ^ Remarks at the Welcoming Ceremony for President Violeta Chamorro of Nicaragua (April 17, 1991)
  403. ^ Nomination of Gordon R. Sullivan To be Chief of Staff of the United States Army (April 17, 1991)
  404. ^ Nomination of Mary Ann Casey To Be United States Ambassador to Algeria (April 18, 1991)
  405. ^ Address to the Nation on the National Education Strategy (April 18, 1991)
  406. ^ Appointment of Gary L. Foster as Special Assistant to the President and Deputy Press Secretary (April 19, 1991)
  407. ^ Remarks at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Musicale Reception (April 22, 1991)
  408. ^ Nomination of Carl E. Mundy, Jr., To Be Commandant of the United States Marine Corps (April 22, 1991)
  409. ^ Remarks at the Presentation of a Point of Light Award to the United States Naval Academy/Benjamin Banneker Honors Mathematics and Science Society Partnership in Annapolis, Maryland (April 23, 1991)
  410. ^ Nomination of Nancy P. Dorn To Be an Assistant Secretary of the Army (April 24, 1991)
  411. ^ Remarks at the National Summit on Mathematics Assessment (April 24, 1991)
  412. ^ Remarks to the United States Academic Decathlon Winners (April 25, 1991)
  413. ^ Nomination of John Thomas McCarthy To Be United States Ambassador to Tunisia (April 26, 1991)
  414. ^ Nomination of Nicholas Platt To Be United States Ambassador to Pakistan (April 26, 1991)
  415. ^ Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session With the National Association of Farm Broadcasters (April 29, 1991)
  416. ^ Nomination of Gordon S. Brown To Be United States Ambassador to Mauritania (April 30, 1991)
  417. ^ Remarks on National Physical Fitness and Sports Month (May 1, 1991)
  418. ^ Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session at a Meeting of the Society of Business Editors and Writers (May 1, 1991)
  419. ^ Remarks at a White House Briefing on Fast Track Authority Extension (May 1, 1991)
  420. ^ Nomination of Sally G. Cowal To Be United States Ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago (May 2, 1991)
  421. ^ Remarks to Cochran Gardens Community Members in St. Louis, Missouri (May 3, 1991)
  422. ^ Remarks at the University of Michigan Commencement Ceremony in Ann Arbor (May 4, 1991)
  423. ^ Exchange With Reporters (May 6, 1991)
  424. ^ Exchange With Reporters on the President's Health (May 7, 1991)
  425. ^ Remarks at the Presentation Ceremony for the Small Business Person of the Year Award and an Exchange With Reporters (May 7, 1991)
  426. ^ Remarks Announcing the Resignation of William H. Webster as Director of the Central Intelligence Agency and a News Conference (May 8, 1991)
  427. ^ Nomination of Robert H. Pelletreau, Jr., To Be United States Ambassador to Egypt (May 9, 1991)
  428. ^ Remarks at Dedication Ceremony of the Social Sciences Complex at Princeton University in Princeton, New Jersey (May 10, 1991)
  429. ^ Remarks at the Hampton University Commencement Ceremony in Hampton, Virginia (May 12, 1991)
  430. ^ Remarks Announcing the Nomination of Robert M. Gates To Be Director of the Central Intelligence Agency and a News Conference (May 14, 1991)
  431. ^ Remarks on the Administration's Domestic Agenda (May 15, 1991)
  432. ^ Question-and-Answer Session With Reporters (May 15, 1991)
  433. ^ Nomination of Morris D. Busby To Be United States Ambassador to Colombia (May 15, 1991)
  434. ^ Nomination of Johnnie Carson To Be United States Ambassador to Uganda (May 15, 1991)
  435. ^ Message to the Senate Transmitting the Basel Convention on the Control of Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes and Their Disposal (May 17, 1991)
  436. ^ The President's News Conference With Chancellor Helmut Kohl of Germany (May 20, 1991)
  437. ^ Nomination of Robert M. Guttman To Be an Assistant Secretary of Labor (May 21, 1991)
  438. ^ Remarks to the National Retail Federation (May 23, 1991)
  439. ^ Statement on Signing the Niobrara Scenic River Designation Act of 1991 (May 24, 1991)
  440. ^ Remarks at the Yale University Commencement Ceremony in New Haven, Connecticut (May 27, 1991)
  441. ^ The President's News Conference in Kennebunkport, Maine (May 28, 1991)
  442. ^ Remarks at the United States Military Academy Commencement Ceremony in West Point, New York (June 1, 1991)
  443. ^ Exchange With Reporters on Soviet-United States Relations (June 1, 1991)
  444. ^ Remarks to the National Federation of Independent Business (June 3, 1991)
  445. ^ Remarks to the National Education Goals Panel (June 3, 1991)
  446. ^ Remarks to Education Leaders (June 3, 1991)
  447. ^ Appointment of the 1991 - 1992 White House Fellows (June 4, 1991)
  448. ^ Remarks Following Discussions With Prime Minister Anerood Jugnauth of Mauritius (June 5, 1991)
  449. ^ Nomination of Steven I. Hofman To Be an Assistant Secretary of Labor (June 5, 1991)
  450. ^ Message to the Congress Transmitting the District of Columbia Budget and Supplemental Appropriations Request (June 5, 1991)
  451. ^ Remarks at the Annual Southern Baptist Convention in Atlanta, Georgia (June 6, 1991)
  452. ^ Nomination of Desiree Tucker-Sorini To Be an Assistant Secretary of the Treasury (June 6, 1991)
  453. ^ Remarks at the Swearing-In Ceremony for Henry Catto as Director of the United States Information Agency (June 7, 1991)
  454. ^ Nomination of Richard W. Carlson To Be United States Ambassador to the Seychelles (June 7, 1991)
  455. ^ Remarks at a Memorial Service in Arlington, Virginia, for Those Who Died in the Persian Gulf Conflict (June 8, 1991)
  456. ^ Remarks at the James H. Groves Adult High School Commencement Ceremony in Seaford, Delaware (June 11, 1991)
  457. ^ Appointment of Gary J. Andres as Deputy Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs (June 11, 1991)
  458. ^ Appointment of Arnold I. Havens as Special Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs (June 11, 1991)
  459. ^ Remarks to Members of the Defense Community at Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland (June 11, 1991)
  460. ^ Remarks Prior to Discussions With President Alfredo Cristiani Buckard of El Salvador (June 12, 1991)
  461. ^ Remarks on the Administration's Domestic Policy (June 12, 1991)
  462. ^ Nomination of Christopher W.S. Ross To Be United States Ambassador to Syria (June 12, 1991)
  463. ^ Remarks on Childhood Immunization (June 13, 1991)
  464. ^ Remarks at the Groundbreaking Ceremony for the Hospital for Sick Children (June 13, 1991)
  465. ^ Remarks on Signing the Baltic Freedom Day Proclamation (June 13, 1991)
  466. ^ Remarks at the Annual Republican Congressional Fundraising Dinner (June 13, 1991)
  467. ^ Exchange With Reporters Aboard Air Force One (June 14, 1991)
  468. ^ Remarks at the California Institute of Technology Commencement Ceremony in Pasadena, California (June 14, 1991)
  469. ^ Remarks at the Simon Wiesenthal Center Dinner in Los Angeles, California (June 16, 1991)
  470. ^ Remarks to the Asian-Pacific Community in Fountain Valley, California (June 16, 1991)
  471. ^ Appointment of Clayton S. Fong as Deputy Director of the Office of Consumer Affairs (June 16, 1991)
  472. ^ Exchange With Reporters Aboard Air Force One (June 17, 1991)
  473. ^ Remarks to Community Members in Grand Junction, Colorado (June 17, 1991)
  474. ^ Remarks at a White House Briefing for Law Enforcement Officials on Crime Legislation (June 18, 1991)
  475. ^ Toasts at the State Dinner for President Fernando Collor de Mello of Brazil (June 18, 1991)
  476. ^ Exchange With Reporters (June 19, 1991)
  477. ^ Remarks at the Presentation Ceremony for the Presidential Scholars Awards (June 19, 1991)
  478. ^ Remarks Following Discussions With Former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher of the United Kingdom (June 20, 1991)
  479. ^ Remarks Following Discussions With Mangosuthu Gatsha Buthelezi, Chief Minister of South Africa's KwaZulu Homeland and Leader of the Inkatha Freedom Party (June 20, 1991)
  480. ^ Remarks to the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (June 21, 1991)
  481. ^ Statement by Press Secretary Fitzwater on President Bush's Telephone Conversation with President Mikhail Gorbachev of the Soviet Union (June 21, 1991)
  482. ^ Nomination of Frank G. Wisner To Be United States Ambassador to the Philippines (June 21, 1991)
  483. ^ Message to the Congress Reporting on the National Emergency With Respect to Chemical and Biological Weapons Proliferation (June 21, 1991)
  484. ^ Remarks at a Luncheon Meeting With Law Enforcement Officials (June 25, 1991)
  485. ^ Nomination of Diane S. Ravitch To Be an Assistant Secretary of Education (June 25, 1991)
  486. ^ Remarks at the Unveiling of the Official Bust of the President (June 27, 1991)
  487. ^ Remarks Commemorating the First Anniversary of the Enterprise for the Americas Initiative and an Exchange With Reporters (June 27, 1991)
  488. ^ Nomination of Olin L. Wethington To Be Deputy Under Secretary of the Treasury (June 27, 1991)
  489. ^ Statement on Signing the Education Council Act of 1991 (June 27, 1991)
  490. ^ Exchange With Reporters Aboard Air Force One (June 28, 1991)
  491. ^ Nomination of Nancy Risque Rohrbach To Be an Assistant Secretary of Labor (June 28, 1991)
  492. ^ Nomination of Cari M. Dominguez To Be an Assistant Secretary of Labor (June 28, 1991)
  493. ^ The President's News Conference in Kennebunkport, Maine (July 1, 1991)
  494. ^ Remarks at the Welcoming Ceremony for President Roh Tae Woo of the Republic of Korea (July 2, 1991)
  495. ^ Remarks at the State Dinner for President Roh Tae Woo of the Republic of Korea (July 2, 1991)
  496. ^ Remarks at the Presentation Ceremony for the Presidential Medals of Freedom and Presidential Citizen's Medals (July 3, 1991)
  497. ^ Remarks at the Dedication Ceremony of the Mount Rushmore National Memorial in South Dakota (July 3, 1991)
  498. ^ Remarks at an Independence Day Celebration in Marshfield, Missouri (July 4, 1991)
  499. ^ Remarks at an Independence Day Celebration in Grand Rapids, Michigan (July 4, 1991)
  500. ^ Remarks at a Meeting of the American Defense Preparedness Association (July 9, 1991)
  501. ^ Remarks at the Presentation Ceremony for the National Medal of the Arts (July 9, 1991}
  502. ^ Remarks on the Termination of Economic Sanctions Against South Africa and a News Conference (July 10, 1991)
  503. ^ Remarks Announcing the Nomination of Alan Greenspan To Be a Member and Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and a News Conference (July 10, 1991)
  504. ^ Remarks at the White House Conference on Library and Information Services (July 10, 1991)
  505. ^ Remarks Prior to a Meeting With Foreign Minister Aleksandr Bessmertnykh of the Soviet Union (July 11, 1991)
  506. ^ Question-and-Answer Session With Reporters in Kennebunkport, Maine (July 12, 1991)
  507. ^ White House Statement on the Trade Enhancement Initiative for Central and Eastern Europe (July 12, 1991)
  508. ^ The President's News Conference With French President Francois Mitterrand in Rambouillet, France (July 14, 1991)
  509. ^ Remarks at the Presentation Ceremony for the Declaration of the Legion of Merit, Degree of Chief Commander, to Sir Peter de la Billiere in London, United Kingdom (July 14, 1991)
  510. ^ Exchange With Reporters in London, United Kingdom (July 15, 1991)
  511. ^ Statement by Press Secretary Fitzwater on Middle East Peace Talks (July 15, 1991)
  512. ^ London Economic Summit Declaration on Conventional Arms Transfers and Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Weapons Proliferation (July 16, 1991)
  513. ^ Nomination of Sylvia Chavez Long To Be an Assistant Secretary of Veterans Affairs (July 16, 1991)
  514. ^ The President's News Conference With Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev in London, United Kingdom (July 17, 1991)
  515. ^ Remarks to the Greek Parliament in Athens, Greece (July 18, 1991)
  516. ^ The President's News Conference With Greek Prime Minister Constantinos Mitsotakis in Athens, Greece (July 18, 1991)
  517. ^ Remarks at the Greek-American Chamber of Commerce Breakfast in Athens, Greece (July 19, 1991)
  518. ^ Remarks to United States and Greek Armed Forces in Souda Bay, Crete (July 19, 1991)
  519. ^ Remarks at the Arrival Ceremony in Ankara, Turkey (July 20, 1991)
  520. ^ The President's News Conference With Turkish President Turgut Ozal in Ankara, Turkey (July 20, 1991)
  521. ^ Toast at a State Dinner in Ankara, Turkey (July 20, 1991)
  522. ^ Exchange With Reporters Aboard Air Force One (July 21, 1991)
  523. ^ Nomination of Richard Clark Barkley To Be United States Ambassador to Turkey (July 21, 1991)
  524. ^ Remarks at the Departure Ceremony in Istanbul, Turkey (July 22, 1991)
  525. ^ Statement by Press Secretary Fitzwater on the Establishment of the Bulgarian-American Agriculture/Agribusiness Enterprise Fund (July 22, 1991)
  526. ^ Exchange With Reporters Prior to a Cabinet Meeting (July 23, 1991)
  527. ^ Remarks at the Presentation Ceremony for the Take Pride in America Awards (July 23, 1991)
  528. ^ Remarks on the Nominations of Robert M. Gates and Clarence Thomas and an Exchange With Reporters (July 24, 1991)
  529. ^ Exchange With Reporters Prior to a Meeting With President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe (July 24, 1991)
  530. ^ Remarks Following Discussions With President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe (July 24, 1991)
  531. ^ Remarks at the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Church Annual Convention in Arlington, Virginia (July 25, 1991)
  532. ^ Statement on Signing the National Literacy Act of 1991 (July 25, 1991)
  533. ^ Remarks on Signing the National Literacy Act of 1991 (July 25, 1991)
  534. ^ Nomination of George Edward Moose To Be United States Deputy Representative at the Security Council of the United Nations (July 25, 1991)
  535. ^ Memorandum on Access for People With Disabilities to Federal Programs and Employment (July 26, 1991)
  536. ^ Remarks Commemorating the First Anniversary of the Signing of the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990 (July 26, 1991)
  537. ^ Remarks at the Arrival Ceremony in Moscow (July 30, 1991)
  538. ^ Message to the Senate on the Extension of AM Broadcasting Service in the Western Hemisphere (July 30, 1991)
  539. ^ Remarks at the Arrival Ceremony in Kiev, Soviet Union (August 1, 1991)
  540. ^ Remarks to the Supreme Soviet of the Republic of the Ukraine in Kiev, Soviet Union (August 1, 1991)
  541. ^ Nomination of B. Robert Okun To Be an Assistant Secretary of Education (August 2, 1991)
  542. ^ Memorandum on Trade With the Soviet Union (August 2, 1991)
  543. ^ The President's News Conference (August 2, 1991)
  544. ^ Statement on the Nomination of Clarence Thomas To Be an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court (August 5, 1991)
  545. ^ Remarks at a Kickoff Ceremony for the Eighth Annual National Night Out Against Crime in Arlington, Virginia (August 6, 1991)
  546. ^ Statement by Press Secretary Fitzwater on the Soviet-United States Trade Agreement (August 6, 1991)
  547. ^ Question-and-Answer Session With Reporters Aboard Air Force One (August 6, 1991)
  548. ^ Statement by Press Secretary Fitzwater on the Nomination of Clarence Thomas To Be an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court (August 7, 1991)
  549. ^ Statement by Press Secretary Fitzwater on the Release of British Hostage John McCarthy (August 8, 1991)
  550. ^ Exchange in Kennebunkport, Maine With Reporters Following the Release of American Hostage Edward Tracy (August 11, 1991)
  551. ^ Statement by Press Secretary Fitzwater on the Release of American Hostage Edward Tracy (August 11, 1991)
  552. ^ Statement on the 1991 National Security Strategy Report (August 13, 1991)
  553. ^ Exchange in Kennebunkport, Maine, With Reporters on the Hostage Situation in the Middle East (August 13, 1991)
  554. ^ Nomination of William Taylor To Be a Member and Chairperson of the Board of Directors of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (August 13, 1991)
  555. ^ Remarks at the Annual Convention of the National Fraternal Order of Police in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (August 14, 1991)
  556. ^ Statement on Signing the Intelligence Authorization Act, Fiscal Year 1991 (August 14, 1991)
  557. ^ Exchange With Reporters in Kennebunkport, Maine (August 15, 1991)
  558. ^ Statement on Signing the Energy and Water Development Appropriations Act, 1992 (August 17, 1991)
  559. ^ Statement on the Attempted Coup in the Soviet Union (August 19, 1991)
  560. ^ Statement by Deputy Press Secretary Popadiuk on the Attempted Coup in the Soviet Union (August 19, 1991)
  561. ^ The President's News Conference in Kennebunkport, Maine, on the Attempted Coup in the Soviet Union (August 20, 1991)
  562. ^ Statement by Press Secretary Fitzwater on Trade With Romania (August 21, 1991)
  563. ^ The President's News Conference in Kennebunkport, Maine, on the Attempted Coup in the Soviet Union (August 21, 1991)
  564. ^ Exchange With Reporters in Kennebunkport, Maine (August 22, 1991)
  565. ^ Statement by Press Secretary Fitzwater on the Reduction of Bolivia's Debt to the United States (August 22, 1991)
  566. ^ Proclamation 6327 -- National Rehabilitation Week, 1991 (August 23, 1991)
  567. ^ Message Honoring Those Civilians Killed in Moscow During the Attempted Coup (August 24, 1991)
  568. ^ The President's News Conference With Prime Minister Mulroney of Canada in Kennebunkport, Maine (August 26, 1991)
  569. ^ The President's News Conference With Prime Minister Major of the United Kingdom in Kennebunkport, Maine (August 29, 1991)
  570. ^ The President's News Conference in Kennebunkport, Maine (September 2, 1991)
  571. ^ Message on the Observance of Labor Day (September 2, 1991)
  572. ^ Remarks to Students and Faculty of the Lewiston Comprehensive High School in Lewiston, Maine (September 3, 1991)
  573. ^ Proclamation 6329 -- Minority Enterprise Development Week, 1991 (September 3, 1991)
  574. ^ Address to the Nation on the Supreme Court Nomination of Clarence Thomas (September 6, 1991)
  575. ^ Remarks to the National Association of Towns and Townships (September 6, 1991)
  576. ^ Statement on the Supreme Court Nomination of Clarence Thomas (September 9, 1991)
  577. ^ Remarks at the Welcoming Ceremony for President Abdou Diouf of Senegal (September 10, 1991)
  578. ^ Nomination of Paul H. Cooksey To Be Deputy Administrator of the Small Business Administration (September 10, 1991)
  579. ^ Exchange With Reporters Prior to a Meeting With Congressional Leaders (September 11, 1991)
  580. ^ Remarks at the Stan Scott Tribute Dinner (September 11, 1991)
  581. ^ Nomination of Jose E. Martinez To Be Director of the Trade and Development Program (September 11, 1991)
  582. ^ The President's News Conference (September 12, 1991)
  583. ^ Remarks at the Veterans' Administration Hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (September 12, 1991)
  584. ^ Address to the Nation on the Nomination of Robert Gates To Be Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (September 13, 1991)
  585. ^ Nomination of Alan M. Dunn To Be an Assistant Secretary of Commerce (September 13, 1991)
  586. ^ Message to the Senate Transmitting the Mongolian-United States Consular Convention (September 13, 1991)
  587. ^ Remarks at the Presentation Ceremony for the National Medals of Science and Technology (September 16, 1991)
  588. ^ Exchange With Reporters in the Cabinet Room (September 16, 1991)
  589. ^ The President's News Conference With Chancellor Helmut Kohl of Germany (September 16, 1991)
  590. ^ Nomination of Steven E. Steiner To Be United States Representative to the START Joint Compliance and Inspection Commission (September 16, 1991)
  591. ^ Remarks Upon Arrival in Salt Lake City, Utah (September 18, 1991)
  592. ^ Remarks to the Staff of the Primary Children's Medical Center in Salt Lake City, Utah (September 18, 1991)
  593. ^ Remarks at a Republican Party Fundraising Dinner in Salt Lake City, Utah (September 18, 1991)
  594. ^ Nomination of Kathleen Day Koch To Be Special Counsel of the Office of Special Counsel (September 18, 1991)
  595. ^ Remarks to Green Line/Interstate-105 Project Construction Site Employees in Los Angeles, California (September 19, 1991)
  596. ^ Remarks at the Annual National Convention of the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce in Chicago, Illinois (September 20, 1991)
  597. ^ Nomination of Lanny Griffith To Be an Assistant Secretary of Education (September 20, 1991)
  598. ^ Exchange With Reporters on an Unemployment Benefits Bill (September 23, 1991)
  599. ^ Address to the 46th Session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York City (September 23, 1991)
  600. ^ Exchange With Reporters in New York City (September 24, 1991)
  601. ^ Remarks at a Republican Party Fundraising Dinner in East Brunswick, New Jersey (September 24, 1991)
  602. ^ Nomination of Curtis Warren Kamman To Be United States Ambassador to the Republic of Chile (September 24, 1991)
  603. ^ Appointment of Thomas E. McNamara as Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs and Senior Director for International Programs and African Affairs (September 25, 1991)
  604. ^ Exchange With Reporters on the Nomination of Clarence Thomas to the Supreme Court (September 27, 1991)
  605. ^ Remarks at the Beacon Council Annual Meeting in Miami, Florida (September 30, 1991)
  606. ^ Remarks at a Fundraising Dinner for Governor Buddy Roemer in New Orleans, Louisiana (September 30, 1991)
  607. ^ Remarks Following Discussions With Amir Jabir al-Ahmad al-Jabir al-Sabah of Kuwait (October 1, 1991)
  608. ^ Remarks to Students and Faculty at Alice Deal Junior High School (October 1, 1991)
  609. ^ Statement on the Presidential Mission to the Soviet Union on Food and Agricultural Requirements (October 1, 1991)
  610. ^ Appointment of John F. Herrick, Jr., as Special Assistant to the President for Advance (October 1, 1991)
  611. ^ Remarks at the Twelfth Annual Crime Stoppers International Conference in Louisville, Kentucky (October 2, 1991)
  612. ^ Remarks at a Fundraising Dinner for Larry Hopkins in Louisville, Kentucky (October 2, 1991)
  613. ^ Nomination of Michael G. Kozak To Be United States Ambassador to the Republic of El Salvador (October 2, 1991)
  614. ^ Nomination of Victor H. Reis To Be Director of Defense Research and Engineering at the Department of Defense (October 2, 1991)
  615. ^ Remarks at the Proclamation Signing Ceremony for German-American Day (October 3, 1991)
  616. ^ Message to the Congress Transmitting a Report on Panamanian Government Assets Held by the United States (October 3, 1991)
  617. ^ Nomination of Henrietta H. Fore To Be an Assistant Administrator at the Agency for International Development (October 3, 1991)
  618. ^ Nomination of David M. Nummy To Be an Assistant Secretary of the Treasury (October 3, 1991)
  619. ^ Executive Order 12775 -- Prohibiting Certain Transactions With Respect to Haiti (October 4, 1991)
  620. ^ Remarks at the National Italian-American Foundation Fundraising Dinner (October 5, 1991)
  621. ^ Statement by Press Secretary Fitzwater on the President's Cabinet Meeting (October 7, 1991)
  622. ^ Exchange With Reporters on the Nomination of Clarence Thomas to the Supreme Court (October 10, 1991)
  623. ^ Remarks Following Discussions With President Rafael Calderon of Costa Rica (October 10, 1991)
  624. ^ Remarks to the Religious Alliance Against Pornography (October 10, 1991)
  625. ^ Remarks at the Andrew Mellon Dinner (October 10, 1991)
  626. ^ Exchange With Reporters on the Nomination of Clarence Thomas to the Supreme Court (October 11, 1991)
  627. ^ Exchange With Reporters at Holly Hills Country Club in Ijamsville, Maryland (October 13, 1991)
  628. ^ Exchange With Reporters on the Nomination of Clarence Thomas to the Supreme Court (October 14, 1991)
  629. ^ Remarks at the Dedication of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library (November 4, 1991)
  630. ^ Nomination of James R. Lilley To Be an Assistant Secretary of Defense (November 4, 1991)
  631. ^ Remarks on Presenting the Environmental Youth Awards (November 5, 1991)
  632. ^ Exchange With Reporters Following a Meeting With President Nicephore Soglo of Benin (November 5, 1991)
  633. ^ Nomination of Robert Edward Grady To Be Deputy Director of the Office of Management and Budget (November 20, 1991)
  634. ^ Nomination of Henry Edward Hudson To Be Director of the United States Marshals Service (November 20, 1991)
  635. ^ Nomination of James Buchanan Busey IV To Be Deputy Secretary of Transportation (November 20, 1991)
  636. ^ Remarks on the Civil Rights Act of 1991 (November 21, 1991)
  637. ^ Executive Order 12782 -- Amending Executive Order No. 12594 (November 21, 1991)
  638. ^ Nomination of Jerry R. Curry To Be Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration (November 22, 1991)
  639. ^ Proclamation 6380 -- Thanksgiving Day, 1991 (November 25, 1991)
  640. ^ Remarks on Signing the Thanksgiving Day Proclamation (November 25, 1991)
  641. ^ Exchange With Reporters in the Oval Office (November 26, 1991)
  642. ^ Remarks at the Swearing-In Ceremony for William Barr as Attorney General (November 26, 1991)
  643. ^ Remarks on Signing the National Adoption Week Proclamation (November 27, 1991)
  644. ^ Proclamation 6386 -- National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, 1991 (November 29, 1991)
  645. ^ Statement on Signing Legislation on Trade and Unemployment Benefits (December 4, 1991)
  646. ^ Statement on Signing the Intelligence Authorization Act, Fiscal Year 1992 (December 4, 1991)
  647. ^ Statement on Signing the Tribal Self-Governance Demonstration Project Act (December 4, 1991)
  648. ^ The President's News Conference (December 5, 1991)
  649. ^ Statement on Signing the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Years 1992 and 1993 (December 5, 1991)
  650. ^ Remarks to the Pearl Harbor Survivors Association in Honolulu, Hawaii (December 7, 1991)
  651. ^ Statement on the European Community Summit (December 11, 1991)
  652. ^ Teleconference Remarks on the Kick-Off of Arizona 2000 (December 12, 1991)
  653. ^ Teleconference Remarks to the 1991 Congress of Cities (December 13, 1991)
  654. ^ Proclamation 6392 -- Bicentennial of the District of Columbia Month, 1991 (December 13, 1991)
  655. ^ Remarks at the Bicentennial of the Bill of Rights Luncheon at Montpelier in Orange County, Virginia (December 16, 1991)
  656. ^ Statement on Signing the Act Amending Public Health Service and Controlled Substances Acts (December 17, 1991)
  657. ^ Executive Order 12783 -- Extending the President's Council on Rural America (December 17, 1991)
  658. ^ Interview With Harold Green of KABC - TV in Los Angeles, California (December 17, 1991)
  659. ^ Remarks to American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials in Dallas, Texas (December 18, 1991)
  660. ^ Statement on Signing the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991 (December 18, 1991)
  661. ^ Statement on Signing the Coast Guard Authorization Act of 1991 (December 19, 1991)
  662. ^ Statement on Signing the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Improvement Act of 1991 (December 19, 1991)
  663. ^ The President's News Conference With Foreign Correspondents (December 19, 1991)
  664. ^ Statement on Signing the Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 (December 20, 1991)
  665. ^ Statement on the Resignation of Mikhail Gorbachev as President of the Soviet Union (December 25, 1991)
  666. ^ Address to the Nation on the Commonwealth of Independent States (December 25, 1991)
  667. ^ Statement on Foreign Direct Investment Policy (December 26, 1991)
  668. ^ Executive Order 12785 -- Extending the President's Education Policy Advisory Committee (December 26, 1991)
  669. ^ Executive Order 12786 -- Adjustments of Certain Rates of Pay and Allowances (December 26, 1991)
  670. ^ The President's News Conference (December 26, 1991)
  671. ^ Remarks on Disaster Relief Efforts in Beeville, Texas (December 27, 1991)
  672. ^ Remarks to the Bee County Community, Beeville, Texas (December 27, 1991)
  673. ^ Exchange With Reporters in Sydney, Australia (January 1, 1991)
  674. ^ Remarks at the Australian National Maritime Museum in Sydney (January 1, 1992)
  675. ^ Remarks to the Australian Parliament in Canberra (January 2, 1991)
  676. ^ Remarks at a Dinner Hosted by Prime Minister Keating of Australia in Canberra (January 2, 1992)
  677. ^ The President's News Conference With Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong in Singapore (January 4, 1992)
  678. ^ Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session With the Singapore Lecture Group (January 4, 1992)
  679. ^ Remarks at a Breakfast With Korean and American Business Groups in Seoul (January 6, 1992)
  680. ^ Remarks to the Korean National Assembly in Seoul (January 6, 1992)
  681. ^ Wines, Michael (January 9, 1992). "BUSH IN JAPAN; Bush Collapses at State Dinner With the Japanese". New York Times. 
  682. ^ Text of Remarks at the Japanese Welcoming Committee Luncheon in Tokyo (January 9, 1992)
  683. ^ The President's News Conference With Prime Minister Kiichi Miyazawa of Japan in Tokyo (January 9, 1992)
  684. ^ Remarks to the President's Drug Advisory Council (January 10, 1992)
  685. ^ Remarks to the American Farm Bureau Federation in Kansas City, Missouri (January 13, 1992)
  686. ^ White House Statement on the President's Meeting With President Mario Soares of Portugal (January 13, 1992)
  687. ^ Statement on the Death of WUSA - TV Sportscaster Glenn Brenner (January 14, 1992)
  688. ^ Appointment of Nicholas E. Calio as Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs (January 14, 1992)
  689. ^ Excerpted Remarks With Community Leaders in Portsmouth, New Hampshire (January 15, 1992)
  690. ^ Remarks to Liberty Mutual Insurance Employees in Dover (January 15, 1992)
  691. ^ Remarks to Cabletron Systems Employees in Rochester, New Hampshire (January 15, 1992)
  692. ^ Appointment of D. Cameron Findlay as Deputy Assistant to the President and Counselor to the Chief of Staff (January 15, 1992)
  693. ^ Statement on the Anniversary of Operation Desert Storm (January 16, 1992)
  694. ^ Remarks on Signing the Martin Luther King, Jr., Federal Holiday Proclamation in Atlanta, Georgia (January 17, 1992)
  695. ^ Nomination of William O. Studeman To Be Deputy Director of Central Intelligence (January 17, 1992)
  696. ^ Remarks at a Head Start Center in Catonsville, Maryland (January 21, 1992)
  697. ^ Memorandum on Transportation of Humanitarian Assistance to the Former Soviet Union (January 21, 1992)
  698. ^ Statement by Press Secretary Fitzwater on the Death of Rose Bowen (January 21, 1992)
  699. ^ The President's News Conference (January 22, 1992)
  700. ^ Remarks to the National Association of Wholesaler-Distributors (January 23, 1992)
  701. ^ Remarks on the Presentation of the Senior Executive Service Awards (January 23, 1992)
  702. ^ Remarks on Environmental Policy (January 23, 1992)
  703. ^ Teleconference Remarks to the National Association of Home Builders (January 24, 1992)
  704. ^ Remarks to the Young Astronaut Council and a Teleconference With the Crew of Space Shuttle Discovery (January 24, 1992)
  705. ^ Appointment of Sherrie S. Rollins as Assistant to the President for Public Liaison and Intergovernmental Affairs (January 24, 1992)
  706. ^ Nomination of Fred T. Goldberg, Jr., To Be Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Tax Policy (January 24, 1992)
  707. ^ Remarks at a Drug Control Strategy Meeting (January 27, 1992)
  708. ^ Appointment of Les T. Csorba as a Special Assistant to the President and Associate Director of Presidential Personnel for National Security Affairs (January 27, 1992)
  709. ^ Address Before a Joint Session of the Congress on the State of the Union (January 28, 1992)
  710. ^ Memorandum on Reducing the Burden of Government Regulation (January 28, 1992)
  711. ^ Message to the Congress Transmitting the 1992 National Drug Control Strategy (January 29, 1992)
  712. ^ Appointment of Daniel B. McGroarty as Special Assistant to the President and Deputy Director of Speechwriting (January 29, 1992)
  713. ^ Remarks at the National Prayer Breakfast (January 30, 1992)
  714. ^ Remarks to the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce (January 30, 1992)
  715. ^ Remarks to the United Nations Security Council in New York City (January 31, 1992)
  716. ^ The President's News Conference With President Boris Yeltsin of Russia (February 1, 1992)
  717. ^ Message to the Congress Transmitting a Report on United States Government Activities in the United Nations (February 3, 1992)
  718. ^ Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session With the National Governors' Association (February 3, 1992)
  719. ^ Remarks to the National Grocers Association in Orlando, Florida (February 4, 1992)
  720. ^ Appointment of Linda Eischeid Tarplin as Special Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs for the Senate (February 4, 1992)
  721. ^ Appointment of Leigh Ann Metzger as Deputy Assistant to the President for Public Liaison (February 4, 1992)
  722. ^ Message to the Congress Transmitting Proposed Legislation on Access to Justice (February 4, 1992)
  723. ^ Remarks to the Small Business Legislative Council (February 5, 1992)
  724. ^ Remarks to the Greater Cleveland Growth Association in Cleveland, Ohio (February 6, 1992)
  725. ^ Remarks to the Staff of the University Medical Center of Southern Nevada in Las Vegas, Nevada (February 6, 1992)
  726. ^ Remarks to the San Diego Rotary Club in San Diego, California (February 7, 1992)
  727. ^ Statement on Signing the Emergency Unemployment Compensation Bill (February 7, 1992)
  728. ^ Remarks on Receiving the Boy Scouts of America Report to the Nation (February 10, 1992)
  729. ^ Remarks to the Conference on Healthy Children Ready To Learn (February 10, 1992)
  730. ^ Nomination of Robert C. Frasure To Be United States Ambassador to Estonia (February 10, 1992)
  731. ^ Statement on the Death of Alex Haley (February 10, 1992)
  732. ^ Exchange With Reporters Prior to Discussions With Prime Minister Suleyman Demirel of Turkey (February 11, 1992)
  733. ^ Remarks at the Departure Ceremony for Prime Minister Suleyman Demirel of Turkey (February 11, 1992)
  734. ^ Remarks at the Multilateral Investment Fund Agreement Signing Ceremony (February 11, 1992)
  735. ^ Remarks and an Exchange With Reporters at a Meeting With Republican Members of the House Ways and Means Committee (February 11, 1992)
  736. ^ Remarks Announcing the Bush-Quayle Candidacies for Reelection (February 12, 1992)
  737. ^ Remarks to the State Legislature in Concord, New Hampshire (February 12, 1992)
  738. ^ Remarks to U.S. FIRST in Manchester, New Hampshire (February 12, 1992)
  739. ^ Statement on the Resignation of Richard H. Truly as Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (February 12, 1992)
  740. ^ Memorandum on the Conventional Forces in Europe Treaty Implementation Act (February 13, 1992)
  741. ^ The President's News Conference in Belcamp, Maryland (February 14, 1992)
  742. ^ Message to Congress Transmitting a Report on Science and Engineering Indicators (February 14, 1992)
  743. ^ Nomination of George J. Terwilliger III To Be Deputy Attorney General (February 14, 1992)
  744. ^ Remarks at the Door-to-Door Kickoff Rally in Nashua, New Hampshire (February 15, 1992)
  745. ^ Remarks at a Community Welcome in New Boston, New Hampshire (February 15, 1992)
  746. ^ Remarks at the Bush-Quayle Campaign Welcome in Derry, New Hampshire (February 15, 1992)
  747. ^ Remarks at a Breakfast in Nashua, New Hampshire (February 16, 1992)
  748. ^ Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session in Hollis, New Hampshire (February 16, 1992)
  749. ^ Statement by Press Secretary Fitzwater on the President's Meeting With President Mircea Snegur of Moldova (February 18, 1992)
  750. ^ Statement on the New Hampshire Presidential Primary Victory (February 18, 1992)
  751. ^ Remarks at a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement Signing Ceremony in Oak Ridge, Tennessee (February 19, 1992)
  752. ^ Remarks to Community and Business Leaders in Knoxville, Tennessee (February 19, 1992)
  753. ^ Remarks on the Observance of African-American History Month (February 19, 1992)
  754. ^ Remarks to the American Legislative Exchange Council (February 21, 1992)
  755. ^ Radio Address to the Nation on the Economy (February 22, 1992)
  756. ^ Statement on Signing the Omnibus Insular Areas Act of 1992 (February 24, 1992)
  757. ^ Appointment of John A. Gaughan as Deputy Assistant to the President and Director of the White House Military Office (February 24, 1992)
  758. ^ Nomination of Thomas R. Pickering To Be United States Ambassador to India (February 24, 1992)
  759. ^ Exchange With Reporters Aboard Air Force One (February 25, 1992)
  760. ^ Remarks at a Bush-Quayle Fundraising Luncheon in San Francisco, California (February 25, 1992)
  761. ^ Nomination of Wayne A. Budd To Be Associate Attorney General (February 27, 1992)
  762. ^ Remarks at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Dinner in Houston, Texas (February 28, 1992)
  763. ^ Exchange With Reporters in Houston (February 28, 1992)
  764. ^ Remarks to the Associated General Contractors of America in Dallas, Texas (February 29, 1992)
  765. ^ Remarks at the Bush-Quayle Campaign Welcome in Savannah, Georgia (March 1, 1992)
  766. ^ Message to the Congress Transmitting the Annual Report on Hazardous Materials Transportation (March 2, 1992)
  767. ^ Statement on the Georgia Presidential Primary Victory (March 3, 1992)
  768. ^ Remarks to the National Association of Evangelicals in Chicago, Illinois (March 3, 1992)
  769. ^ Exchange With Reporters on the Presidential Primaries (March 4, 1992)
  770. ^ Remarks at a Bush-Quayle Fundraising Luncheon in Tampa, Florida (March 4, 1992)
  771. ^ Remarks at the Bush-Quayle South Florida Rally in Hialeah, Florida (March 4, 1992)
  772. ^ Remarks at a Bush-Quayle Fundraising Dinner in Miami, Florida (March 4, 1992)
  773. ^ Remarks to the Home Builders Association of Greater Columbia in Columbia, South Carolina (March 5, 1992)
  774. ^ Remarks to Federal Express Employees in Memphis, Tennessee (March 5, 1992)
  775. ^ Nomination of I. Lewis Libby, Jr., To Be Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Policy (March 5, 1992)
  776. ^ Statement on Signing the Reclamation States Emergency Drought Relief Act of 1991 (March 5, 1992)
  777. ^ Remarks at a Bush-Quayle Rally in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (March 6, 1992)
  778. ^ Remarks at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana (March 6, 1992)
  779. ^ Nomination of James B. Huff, Sr., To Be Rural Electrification Administrator (March 6, 1992)
  780. ^ Message to the Congress Transmitting the Report of the White House Conference on Library and Information Services (March 6, 1992)
  781. ^ Nomination of Gregori Lebedev To Be Inspector General of the Department of Defense (March 10, 1992)
  782. ^ Remarks at the United Negro College Fund Dinner (March 10, 1992)
  783. ^ Remarks at the Swearing-In Ceremony for Andrew H. Card, Jr., as Secretary of Transportation (March 11, 1992)
  784. ^ Remarks at the Richard Nixon Library Dinner (March 11, 1992)
  785. ^ Statement on Signing the Torture Victim Protection Act of 1991 (March 12, 1991)
  786. ^ Remarks to Recipients of the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Science and Mathematics Teaching (March 12, 1992)
  787. ^ Remarks to the National Conference of State Legislatures (March 12, 1992)
  788. ^ Remarks to Stryker Corporation Employees in Kalamazoo, Michigan (March 13, 1992)
  789. ^ Remarks to the Economic Club of Detroit in Detroit, Michigan (March 13, 1992)
  790. ^ Remarks to Steeltech Employees in Milwaukee, Wisconsin (March 16, 1992)
  791. ^ Remarks at a Bush-Quayle Fundraising Luncheon in Milwaukee (March 16, 1992)
  792. ^ Nomination of Betty Jo Nelsen To Be an Assistant Secretary of Agriculture (March 16, 1992)
  793. ^ Remarks on Presenting the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Samuel M. Walton in Bentonville, Arkansas (March 17, 1992)
  794. ^ Statement on the Illinois and Michigan Presidential Primary Victories (March 17, 1992)
  795. ^ Appointment of Joshua B. Bolten as Deputy Assistant to the President and Director of the Office of Legislative Affairs (March 18, 1992)
  796. ^ Statement on Signing the Morris K. Udall Scholarship and Excellence in National Environmental and Native American Public Policy Act of 1992 (March 19, 1992)
  797. ^ Appointment of Robert Anthony Snow as Deputy Assistant to the President for Media Affairs (March 19, 1992)
  798. ^ Remarks Congratulating the Undefeated National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I Football Teams (March 20, 1992)
  799. ^ Statement on Signing Legislation Waiving Printing Requirements for the Tax Bill (March 20, 1992)
  800. ^ The President's News Conference With Chancellor Helmut Kohl of Germany (March 22, 1992)
  801. ^ Statement on the Strategic Defense Initiative (March 23, 1992)
  802. ^ Statement on the Death of Friedrich August von Hayek (March 23, 1992)
  803. ^ Nomination of Thomas P. Kerester To Be Chief Counsel for Advocacy at the Small Business Administration (March 23, 1992)
  804. ^ Remarks at the Swearing-In Ceremony for Barbara H. Franklin as Secretary of Commerce (March 23, 1992)
  805. ^ Remarks to the National American Wholesale Grocers Association (March 24, 1992)
  806. ^ Message to the Congress on Environmental Goals (March 24, 1992)
  807. ^ Statement on the Connecticut Presidential Primary Victory (March 24, 1992)
  808. ^ Remarks on Signing the Greek Independence Day Proclamation (March 25, 1992)
  809. ^ Statement on House of Representatives Action To Sustain the Tax Bill Veto (March 25, 1992)
  810. ^ Remarks to the Coalition for the Restoration of the Black Family and Society (March 26, 1992)
  811. ^ Nomination of Karl A. Erb To Be an Associate Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy (March 26, 1992)
  812. ^ Remarks to the Medal-Winning Teams of the National Science Olympiad (March 27, 1992)
  813. ^ Nomination of Wade F. Horn To Be a Deputy Director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy (March 31, 1992)
  814. ^ Message to the Congress Reporting on the National Emergency With Respect to Export Controls (March 31, 1992)
  815. ^ Remarks at a Meeting With Health Care Representatives (March 31, 1992)
  816. ^ The President's News Conference on Aid to the States of the Former Soviet Union (April 1, 1992)
  817. ^ Statement by Press Secretary Fitzwater on Organizational Changes in the Intelligence Community (April 1, 1992)
  818. ^ Statement on Signing a Resolution Making Continuing Appropriations for the Fiscal Year 1992 (April 1, 1992)
  819. ^ Nomination of Lauralee M. Peters To Be United States Ambassador to Sierra Leone (April 2, 1992)
  820. ^ Nomination of Joan M. McEntee To Be an Under Secretary of Commerce (April 2, 1992)
  821. ^ Nomination of Marvin H. Kosters To Be Commissioner of Labor Statistics (April 2, 1992)
  822. ^ Statement on Antitrust Enforcement Policy (April 2, 1992)
  823. ^ Remarks to the Federalist Society of Philadelphia in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (April 3, 1992)
  824. ^ Message to the Congress on Trade With Armenia, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, and Russia (April 3, 1992)
  825. ^ Radio Address to the Nation on Governmental Reform (April 4, 1992)
  826. ^ Statement on the Death of Samuel M. Walton (April 6, 1992)
  827. ^ Statement on the Death of Stan Scott (April 6, 1992)
  828. ^ Appointment of Cecile B. Kremer as Deputy Assistant to the President and Director of the Office of Public Liaison (April 6, 1992)
  829. ^ Nomination of William Dean Hansen To Be Chief Financial Officer at the Department of Education (April 7, 1992)
  830. ^ Remarks at the Presentation Ceremony for the National Teacher of the Year Award (April 7, 1992)
  831. ^ Remarks to the American Business Conference (April 7, 1992)
  832. ^ Remarks Congratulating United States Olympic Athletes (April 8, 1992)
  833. ^ Nomination of Kenton Wesley Keith To Be United States Ambassador to Qatar (April 8, 1992)
  834. ^ Nomination of Donald K. Petterson To Be United States Ambassador to Sudan (April 8, 1992)
  835. ^ Remarks to the American Society of Newspaper Editors (April 9, 1992)
  836. ^ Exchange With Reporters Prior to Discussions With President Violeta Chamorro of Nicaragua (April 9, 1992)
  837. ^ Statement on Reform of the Drug Approval Process (April 9, 1992)
  838. ^ Message to the Congress Transmitting the Report on Federal Advisory Committees (April 9, 1992)
  839. ^ Nomination of Jerome H. Powell To Be an Under Secretary of the Treasury (April 9, 1992)
  840. ^ Exchange With Reporters Prior to a Meeting on Welfare Reform (April 10, 1992)
  841. ^ The President's News Conference (April 10, 1992)
  842. ^ Nomination of Stephen Greene To Be Deputy Administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration (April 10, 1992)
  843. ^ Nomination of Edward Ernest Kubasiewicz To Be an Assistant Commissioner of Patents and Trademarks (April 10, 1992)
  844. ^ Statement on Wisconsin Welfare Reform (April 10, 1992)
  845. ^ Statement by Press Secretary Fitzwater on the President's Meeting With Prime Minister Jan Olszewski of Poland (April 13, 1992)
  846. ^ Remarks to Giddings Lewis Employees and Local Chambers of Commerce in Fraser, Michigan (April 14, 1992)
  847. ^ Remarks at a Bush-Quayle Fundraising Dinner in Dearborn, Michigan (April 14, 1992)
  848. ^ Remarks Congratulating the National Collegiate Athletic Association Men's and Women's Basketball Champions (April 15, 1992)
  849. ^ Statement by Press Secretary Fitzwater on Restrictions on Air Traffic To or From Libya (April 15, 1992)
  850. ^ Nomination of G. Kim Wincup To Be an Assistant Secretary of the Air Force (April 15, 1992)
  851. ^ Nomination of James P. Covey To Be an Assistant Secretary of State (April 15, 1992)
  852. ^ Remarks to the Lehigh Valley 2000 Community in Allentown, Pennsylvania (April 16, 1992)
  853. ^ Nomination of Roger A. McGuire To Be United States Ambassador to Guinea-Bissau (April 16, 1992)
  854. ^ Radio Address to the Nation on Job Training 2000 (April 18, 1992)
  855. ^ Statement on Actions to Support Democracy in Cuba (April 18, 1992)
  856. ^ Remarks at the Opening Ceremony of the AmeriFlora '92 Exposition in Columbus, Ohio (April 20, 1992)
  857. ^ Nomination of Dennis P. Barrett To Be United States Ambassador to Madagascar (April 20, 1992)
  858. ^ Nomination of William Lacy Swing To Be United States Ambassador to Nigeria (April 20, 1992)
  859. ^ Remarks Prior to a Meeting With Business Leaders (April 21, 1992)
  860. ^ Remarks to the Young Presidents' Organization (April 21, 1992)
  861. ^ Remarks at the Departure Ceremony for European Community Leaders Anibal Cavaco Silva and Jacques Delors (April 22, 1992)
  862. ^ Remarks Congratulating the 1992 Super Bowl Champion Washington Redskins (April 22, 1992)
  863. ^ Nomination of James D. Jameson To Be an Assistant Secretary of Commerce (April 22, 1992)
  864. ^ Appointment of Walter H. Kansteiner III as Special Assistant to the President and Deputy Press Secretary for Foreign Affairs (April 22, 1992)
  865. ^ Remarks to the United States Academic Decathlon Winners (April 23, 1992)
  866. ^ Remarks at the Signing Ceremony for the Paper Market Access Agreement With Japan (April 23, 1992)
  867. ^ Remarks at the Unveiling Ceremony for the White House Commemorative Stamp (April 23, 1992)
  868. ^ Nomination of Richard Goodwin Capen, Jr., To Be United States Ambassador to Spain (April 23, 1992)
  869. ^ Nomination of Clarence H. Albright, Jr., To Be General Counsel of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (April 23, 1992)
  870. ^ Remarks at the Presentation Ceremony for the National Crime Victims' Rights Awards (April 24, 1992)
  871. ^ Remarks Prior to a Briefing on Banking and Finance Regulatory Reform (April 24, 1992)
  872. ^ Teleconference Remarks to the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (April 24, 1992)
  873. ^ Radio Address to the Nation on Trade Reform (April 25, 1992)
  874. ^ Nomination of William Clark, Jr., To Be an Assistant Secretary of State (April 27, 1992)
  875. ^ Remarks at the Florida International University Commencement Ceremony in Miami Beach, Florida (April 27, 1992)
  876. ^ Remarks at Bush-Quayle Campaign Headquarters (April 28, 1992)
  877. ^ Remarks at the Annual Republican Congressional Fundraising Dinner (April 28, 1992)
  878. ^ Remarks on Regulatory Reform (April 29, 1992)
  879. ^ Remarks at the State Dinner for President Richard von Weizsacker of Germany (April 29, 1992)
  880. ^ Remarks at the Great American Workout (May 1, 1992)
  881. ^ Remarks at the Points of Light Awards Ceremony (May 1, 1992)
  882. ^ Nomination of Adrian A. Basora To Be United States Ambassador to Czechoslovakia (May 1, 1992)
  883. ^ Appointment of Clayton S. Fong To Be Deputy Assistant to the President for Public Liaison (May 1, 1992)
  884. ^ Exchange With Reporters Prior to a Meeting With Cabinet Members (May 4, 1992)
  885. ^ Nomination of Arthur J. Rothkopf To Be Deputy Secretary of Transportation (May 4, 1992)
  886. ^ Nomination of Michael James Toohey To Be an Assistant Secretary of Transportation (May 4, 1992)
  887. ^ Appointment of John C. Harper as Chairman of the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (May 4, 1992)
  888. ^ Nomination of Peter Barry Teeley To Be United States Ambassador to Canada (May 5, 1992)
  889. ^ Nomination of Reginald Bartholomew To Be United States Permanent Representative on the Council of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (May 5, 1992)
  890. ^ Joint Declaration With President Leonid Kravchuk of Ukraine (May 6, 1992)
  891. ^ The President's News Conference With President Leonid Kravchuk of Ukraine (May 6, 1992)
  892. ^ Nomination of Robert E. Gribbin III To Be United States Ambassador to the Central African Republic (May 6, 1992)
  893. ^ Nomination of Peter Jon deVos To Be United States Ambassador to Tanzania (May 6, 1992)
  894. ^ Remarks on Arrival in Los Angeles, California (May 6, 1992)
  895. ^ Remarks at Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church in Los Angeles (May 7, 1992)
  896. ^ Nomination of William T. Pryce To Be United States Ambassador to Honduras (May 7, 1992)
  897. ^ Remarks to Firefighters and Law Enforcement Personnel in Los Angeles (May 8, 1992)
  898. ^ Remarks to Military and Law Enforcement Personnel in Los Angeles (May 8, 1992)
  899. ^ Nomination of Alexander Fletcher Watson To Be United States Ambassador to Brazil (May 8, 1992)
  900. ^ Nomination of William Graham Walker To Be United States Ambassador to Argentina (May 8, 1992)
  901. ^ Remarks on Maternal and Infant Health Care (May 11, 1992)
  902. ^ Remarks in a Roundtable Discussion With the Weed and Seed Revitalization Committee and Community Leaders in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (May 11, 1992)
  903. ^ Remarks at a Bush-Quayle Fundraising Dinner in Philadelphia (May 11, 1992)
  904. ^ Statement on Urban Aid Initiatives (May 12, 1992)
  905. ^ Remarks on Urban Aid Initiatives and an Exchange With Reporters (May 12, 1992)
  906. ^ Remarks at a Ceremony Honoring Small Business Administration Award Winners (May 12, 1992)
  907. ^ Remarks at the State Dinner for President Patricio Aylwin of Chile (May 13, 1992)
  908. ^ Nomination of John F. Daffron, Jr., To Be a Member of the Board of Directors of the State Justice Institute (May 13, 1992)
  909. ^ Remarks to the Take Pride in America Volunteers (May 14, 1992)
  910. ^ Message to the Congress Reporting on the National Emergency With Respect to Iran (May 14, 1992)
  911. ^ Nomination of Donald Herman Alexander To Be United States Ambassador to The Netherlands (May 14, 1992)
  912. ^ Remarks at the Southern Methodist University Commencement Ceremony in Dallas, Texas (May 16, 1992)
  913. ^ Remarks at the University of Notre Dame Commencement Ceremony in South Bend, Indiana (May 17, 1992)
  914. ^ Remarks to the National Association of Home Builders (May 18, 1992)
  915. ^ Appointment of John A. Cline as Special Assistant to the President for Intergovernmental Affairs (May 18, 1992)
  916. ^ Remarks to the National Retail Federation (May 19, 1992)
  917. ^ Message to the Senate Transmitting the North Pacific Fish Conservation Convention (May 19, 1992)
  918. ^ Nomination of William Arthur Rugh To Be United States Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates (May 19, 1992)
  919. ^ The President's News Conference With Prime Minister Brian Mulroney of Canada (May 20, 1992)
  920. ^ Remarks at a Bush-Quayle Fundraising Luncheon in Cleveland, Ohio (May 21, 1992)
  921. ^ Remarks at the Ohio Freedom Day Celebration in Parma, Ohio (May 21, 1992)
  922. ^ Remarks at a Bush-Quayle Fundraising Picnic in Westchester, New York (May 21, 1992)
  923. ^ Nomination of James E. Gilleran To Be Comptroller of the Currency (May 21, 1992)
  924. ^ Remarks to the American Legion in Phoenix, Arizona (May 28, 1992)
  925. ^ Remarks at a Fundraising Dinner for Senator John McCain in Phoenix (May 28, 1992)
  926. ^ Nomination of Edward Hurwitz To Be United States Ambassador to Kyrgyzstan (May 28, 1992)
  927. ^ Nomination of Henry Lee Clarke To Be United States Ambassador to Uzbekistan (May 28, 1992)
  928. ^ Nomination of Anthony Cecil Eden Quainton To Be an Assistant Secretary of State (May 28, 1992)
  929. ^ Remarks at a Disaster Application Center in Los Angeles, California (May 29, 1992)
  930. ^ Remarks to Town Hall of California in Los Angeles (May 29, 1992)
  931. ^ Nomination of Robert L. Gallucci To Be an Assistant Secretary of State (May 29, 1992)
  932. ^ Nomination of Joseph Monroe Segars To Be United States Ambassador to Cape Verde (May 29, 1992)
  933. ^ Remarks to Goddard Space Flight Center Employees in Greenbelt, Maryland (June 1, 1992)
  934. ^ Nomination of Alison Podell Rosenberg To Be an Assistant Administrator of the Agency for International Development (June 1, 1992)
  935. ^ Nomination of Walter B. McCormick, Jr., To Be General Counsel of the Department of Transportation (June 1, 1992)
  936. ^ Remarks at the Health Care Equity Action League Briefing (June 2, 1992)
  937. ^ Statement on the Conclusion of the Presidential Primary Season (June 2, 1992)
  938. ^ Appointment of the 1992 - 1993 White House Fellows (June 2, 1992)
  939. ^ Remarks Prior to a Meeting With Leaders of the House of Representatives (June 3, 1992)
  940. ^ Nomination of John Frank Bookout, Jr., To Be United States Ambassador to Saudi Arabia (June 3, 1992)
  941. ^ Message to the Congress on Trade With Certain States of Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union (June 3, 1992)
  942. ^ Remarks on Signing the Proclamation Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of World War II (June 4, 1992)
  943. ^ Nomination of Kenneth L. Brown To Be United States Ambassador to Ghana (June 4, 1992)
  944. ^ The President's News Conference With Prime Minister John Major of the United Kingdom at Camp David (June 7, 1992)
  945. ^ Remarks Prior to a Meeting With State Legislators (June 8, 1992)
  946. ^ Nomination of Mary Jo Jacobi To Be an Assistant Secretary of Commerce (June 8, 1992)
  947. ^ Remarks Prior to a Meeting With Business and Congressional Leaders (June 9, 1992)
  948. ^ Remarks at a Fundraising Dinner for Senator Arlen Specter in Bowmansdale, Pennsylvania (June 9, 1992)
  949. ^ Nomination of Frank G. Wisner To Be an Under Secretary of State (June 9, 1992)
  950. ^ Address to the Nation on the Balanced Budget Amendment (June 10, 1992)
  951. ^ Remarks at a Luncheon Hosted by President Guillermo Endara in Panama City, Panama (June 11, 1992)
  952. ^ Remarks to the American Community in Panama City (June 11, 1992)
  953. ^ Statement on the Balanced Budget Amendment (June 11, 1992)
  954. ^ Address to the United Nations Conference on Environment and Development in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (June 12, 1992)
  955. ^ Statement on Signing the Framework Convention on Climate Change (June 12, 1992)
  956. ^ Nomination of Jose Antonio Villamil To Be an Under Secretary of Commerce (June 12, 1992)
  957. ^ Appointment of Shiree Sanchez as Special Assistant to the President for Public Liaison (June 12, 1992)
  958. ^ Remarks at the Groundbreaking Ceremony for the Korean War Veterans Memorial (June 14, 1992)
  959. ^ Appointment of Shirley M. Green as Deputy Assistant to the President for Presidential Messages and Correspondence (June 15, 1992)
  960. ^ Nomination of Robert S. Silberman To Be an Assistant Secretary of the Army (June 15, 1992)
  961. ^ Exchange With Reporters Prior to Discussions With President Boris Yeltsin of Russia (June 16, 1992)
  962. ^ Remarks With President Boris Yeltsin of Russia Announcing Strategic Arms Reductions and an Exchange With Reporters (June 16, 1992)
  963. ^ Message to the Senate Returning Without Approval Legislation Amending the Mississippi Sioux Indian Judgment Fund Act (June 16, 1992)
  964. ^ Nomination of Charles B. Salmon, Jr., To Be United States Ambassador to Laos (June 16, 1992)
  965. ^ Nomination of Nicolas Miklos Salgo To Be United States Ambassador to Sweden (June 16, 1992)
  966. ^ Remarks at the United States-Russia Business Summit (June 17, 1992)
  967. ^ The President's News Conference With President Boris Yeltsin of Russia (June 17, 1992)
  968. ^ Joint United States-Russian Statement on a Global Protection System (June 17, 1992)
  969. ^ Nomination of Richard Monroe Miles To Be United States Ambassador to Azerbaijan (June 17, 1992)
  970. ^ Nomination of Ruth A. Davis To Be United States Ambassador to Benin (June 17, 1992)
  971. ^ Remarks at a Ceremony Honoring Presidential Scholars (June 18, 1992)
  972. ^ Nomination of Richard H. Solomon To Be United States Ambassador to the Philippines (June 18, 1992)
  973. ^ Appointment of Mrs. Potter Stewart as United States Representative on the Executive Board of the United Nations Children's Fund (June 18, 1992)
  974. ^ Nomination of William Harrison Courtney To Be United States Ambassador to Kazakhstan (June 19, 1992)
  975. ^ Nomination of Patricia Diaz Dennis To Be an Assistant Secretary of State (June 19, 1992)
  976. ^ Remarks to the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association in Universal City, California (June 20, 1992)
  977. ^ Remarks at the Texas State Republican Convention in Dallas, Texas (June 20, 1992)
  978. ^ Statement on Signing Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Legislation (June 22, 1992)
  979. ^ Remarks on Signing Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Legislation (June 22, 1992)
  980. ^ Remarks and an Exchange With Reporters on a Possible Railroad Strike (June 23, 1992)
  981. ^ Remarks at the Presentation Ceremony for the National Medal of Science and the National Medal of Technology (June 23, 1992)
  982. ^ Nomination of Christopher H. Phillips To Be a Member of the Board of Directors of the United States Institute of Peace (June 23, 1992)
  983. ^ Nomination of Nancy M. Dowdy To Be Special Representative for Arms Control Negotiations and Disarmament (June 23, 1992)
  984. ^ Statement on the Balanced Budget Amendment (June 24, 1992)
  985. ^ Message to the Congress Transmitting Proposed Legislation on Credit Availability and Regulatory Relief (June 24, 1992)
  986. ^ Statement on the Supreme Court Decision on the Lee v. Weisman Case (June 24, 1992)
  987. ^ Nomination of H. Douglas Barclay To Be a Member of the Board of Directors of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (June 24, 1992)
  988. ^ Nomination of David Heywood Swartz To Be United States Ambassador to Byelarus (June 24, 1992)
  989. ^ Remarks at a Roundtable Discussion on Education Reform (June 25, 1992)
  990. ^ Remarks Announcing Proposed Legislation To Establish a ``GI Bill for Children (June 25, 1992)
  991. ^ Remarks to the College Republican Convention (June 25, 1992)
  992. ^ Nomination of Kathryn D. Sullivan To Be Chief Scientist at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (June 25, 1992)
  993. ^ Nomination of C.C. Hope, Jr., To Be a Member of the Board of Directors of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (June 25, 1992)
  994. ^ Remarks at a Ceremony Marking the Return of the Remains of Ignacy Paderewski to Poland (June 26, 1992)
  995. ^ Nomination of Hugo Pomrehn To Be Under Secretary of Energy (June 26, 1992)
  996. ^ Designation of Marshall Jordan Breger as Acting Assistant Secretary of Labor (June 26, 1992)
  997. ^ Radio Address to the Nation on a ``GI Bill for Children (June 27, 1992)
  998. ^ Remarks at the Dedication Ceremony for the Drug Enforcement Administration's New York Field Division Office in New York City (June 29, 1992)
  999. ^ Remarks at a Fundraising Luncheon for Senator Alfonse M. D'Amato in New York City (June 29, 1992)
  1000. ^ Remarks at a Victory '92 Fundraising Dinner in Detroit (June 29, 1992)
  1001. ^ Statement on Action Against Health Care Fraud (June 30, 1992)
  1002. ^ Remarks Following Discussions With Prime Minister Kiichi Miyazawa of Japan (July 1, 1992)
  1003. ^ Nomination of Robert E. Martinez To Be Associate Deputy Secretary of Transportation (July 1, 1992)
  1004. ^ Appointment of Carroll E. Multz as Commissioner on the Upper Colorado River Commission (July 1, 1992)
  1005. ^ Remarks at a Meeting With the House Republican Conference on Health Care and an Exchange With Reporters (July 2, 1992)
  1006. ^ Statement on the United States Nuclear Weapons Initiative (July 2, 1992)
  1007. ^ Message to the Congress Transmitting Proposed Legislation on Health Care (July 2, 1992)
  1008. ^ Nomination of Mack F. Mattingly To Be United States Ambassador to the Seychelles (July 2, 1992)
  1009. ^ Nomination of Mary C. Pendleton To Be United States Ambassador to Moldova (July 2, 1992)
  1010. ^ Statement on Signing the Unemployment Compensation Amendments of 1992 (July 3, 1992)
  1011. ^ Statement by Press Secretary Fitzwater on the Andean Trade Preference Act (July 3, 1992)
  1012. ^ Radio Address to the Nation on Health Care Reform (July 3, 1992)
  1013. ^ Remarks at the Richard Petty Tribute in Daytona Beach (July 4, 1992)
  1014. ^ Remarks to Polish Citizens in Warsaw (July 5, 1992)
  1015. ^ Munich Economic Summit Declaration (July 7, 1992)
  1016. ^ The President's News Conference in Munich, Germany (July 8, 1992)
  1017. ^ Remarks to the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe in Helsinki, Finland (July 9, 1992)
  1018. ^ Statement on the New American Schools Design Competition (July 9, 1992)
  1019. ^ Exchange With Reporters Prior to Discussions With Prime Minister Jozsef Antall of Hungary in Helsinki, Finland (July 10, 1992)
  1020. ^ Remarks Prior to Discussions With President Vaclav Havel of Czechoslovakia in Helsinki (July 10, 1992)
  1021. ^ Statement on Signing the ADAMHA Reorganization Act (July 10, 1992)
  1022. ^ Statement on Nuclear Nonproliferation Efforts (July 13, 1992)
  1023. ^ Nomination of Linton F. Brooks To Be Assistant Director of the United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency (July 13, 1992)
  1024. ^ Nomination of Walter Scott Light To Be United States Ambassador to Ecuador (July 13, 1992)
  1025. ^ Exchange With Reporters in Sequoia National Forest, California (July 14, 1992)
  1026. ^ The President's News Conference With President Carlos Salinas of Mexico in San Diego, California (July 14, 1992)
  1027. ^ Nomination of Walter Scott Blackburn To Be a Member of the Board of Directors of the National Institute of Building Sciences (July 14, 1992)
  1028. ^ Nomination of John Cameron Monjo To Be United States Ambassador to Pakistan (July 14, 1992)
  1029. ^ Remarks in Boulder, Wyoming, on Ross Perot's Withdrawal From the Presidential Campaign (July 16, 1992)
  1030. ^ The President's News Conference in Pinedale, Wyoming (July 16, 1992)
  1031. ^ Remarks to the Community in Jackson Hole, Wyoming (July 17, 1992)
  1032. ^ Nomination of Harriet Winsar Isom To Be United States Ambassador to Cameroon (July 17, 1992)
  1033. ^ Remarks at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah (July 18, 1992)
  1034. ^ Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session With Outdoor Groups in Salt Lake City, Utah (July 18, 1992)
  1035. ^ Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session With the American Legion Boys Nation (July 20, 1992)
  1036. ^ Statement on the Resignation of Vaclav Havel as President of Czechoslovakia (July 20, 1992)
  1037. ^ Remarks at the Presidential Open Forum on Educational Choice in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (July 21, 1992)
  1038. ^ Remarks to Religious and Ethnic Groups in Garfield, New Jersey (July 21, 1992)
  1039. ^ Statement on New Jersey Welfare Reform (July 21, 1992)
  1040. ^ Message to the Congress Transmitting the Luxembourg-United States Social Security Agreement (July 21, 1992)
  1041. ^ Nomination of Lou E. Dantzler To Be a Member of the National Commission on America's Urban Families (July 21, 1992)
  1042. ^ Remarks to the President's Drug Advisory Council (July 22, 1992)
  1043. ^ Remarks at the Presentation Ceremony for the National Medal of the Arts (July 22, 1992)
  1044. ^ Remarks at an Antidrug Rally in Arlington, Virginia (July 22, 1992)
  1045. ^ Nomination of Alan Greenspan To Be United States Alternate Governor of the International Monetary Fund (July 22, 1992)
  1046. ^ Remarks on Signing the Higher Education Amendments of 1992 @36in Annandale, Virginia (July 23, 1992)
  1047. ^ Statement on Signing the Higher Education Amendments of 1992 (July 23, 1992)
  1048. ^ Remarks to the National League of Families of American Prisoners and Missing in Southeast Asia in Arlington, Virginia (July 24, 1992)
  1049. ^ Remarks at a Community Picnic in Brookville, Ohio (July 24, 1992)
  1050. ^ Remarks in a Roundtable Discussion on Families in Columbia, Missouri (July 24, 1992)
  1051. ^ Remarks at a Breakfast With Community Service Clubs in Riverside, California (July 31, 1992)
  1052. ^ Appointment of Constance Horner as a Member of the Council of the Administrative Conference of the United States (July 31, 1992)
  1053. ^ Remarks at a Fundraising Brunch for Rich Williamson in Rosemont, Illinois (August 2, 1992)
  1054. ^ Remarks at the Northwest Republican Family Picnic in Elk Grove Village, Illinois (August 2, 1992)
  1055. ^ Remarks to Multitex Employees in Dalton, Georgia (August 3, 1992)
  1056. ^ Nomination of Edward S. Walker To Be United States Deputy Representative to the United Nations (August 4, 1992)
  1057. ^ Nomination of Roland Karl Kuchel To Be United States Ambassador to Haiti (August 4, 1992)
  1058. ^ Statement on Publication of Rules Allowing Parental Choice in Child Care (August 4, 1992)
  1059. ^ Remarks to the Knights of Columbus Supreme Council Convention in New York City (August 5, 1992)
  1060. ^ Remarks to the Disabled American Veterans National Convention in Reno, Nevada (August 5, 1992)
  1061. ^ Remarks to the American Legislative Exchange Council in Colorado Springs, Colorado (August 6, 1992)
  1062. ^ Remarks on the Situation in Bosnia and an Exchange With Reporters in Colorado Springs (August 6, 1992)
  1063. ^ Appointment of Charles A. Gillespie, Jr., as Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs (August 6, 1992)
  1064. ^ The President's News Conference (August 7, 1992)
  1065. ^ Statement on Signing the Pacific Yew Act (August 7, 1992)
  1066. ^ The President's News Conference in Kennebunkport, Maine (August 8, 1992)
  1067. ^ Nomination of Harry J. Gilmore To Be United States Ambassador to Armenia (August 10, 1992)
  1068. ^ The President's News Conference With Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin of Israel in Kennebunkport (August 11, 1992)
  1069. ^ Remarks Announcing the Completion of Negotiations on the North American Free Trade Agreement (August 12, 1992)
  1070. ^ Message to the Senate Transmitting the Treaty on Open Skies (August 12, 1992)
  1071. ^ Nomination of Lois L. Evans To Be United States Representative to the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations (August 12, 1992)
  1072. ^ Remarks on the Resignation of James A. Baker III as Secretary of State (August 13, 1992)
  1073. ^ Remarks to the Veterans of Foreign Wars National Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana (August 17, 1992)
  1074. ^ Remarks at the Bush-Quayle Welcoming Rally at the Republican National Convention in Houston, Texas (August 17, 1992)
  1075. ^ Appointment of C. Dean McGrath, Jr., as Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Staff Secretary (August 17, 1992)
  1076. ^ Statement on Signing the Thomas Jefferson Commemoration Commission Act (August 17, 1992)
  1077. ^ Remarks at an Antidrug Rally in Houston (August 18, 1992)
  1078. ^ Remarks at the Republican National Committee Gala Luncheon in Houston (August 19, 1992)
  1079. ^ Remarks Accepting the Presidential Nomination at the Republican National Convention in Houston (August 20, 1992)
  1080. ^ Remarks to the Republican National Committee in Houston (August 21, 1992)
  1081. ^ Remarks at the Pride in Alabama Rally in Hoover, Alabama (August 22, 1992)
  1082. ^ Remarks at the National Affairs Briefing in Dallas, Texas (August 22, 1992)
  1083. ^ Remarks to the Community in Springfield, Illinois (August 23, 1992)
  1084. ^ Appointment of Margaret DeBardeleben Tutwiler as Assistant to the President for Communications (August 24, 1992)
  1085. ^ Appointment of Robert B. Zoellick as Deputy Chief of Staff to the President (August 24, 1992)
  1086. ^ Nomination of Randall Harvey Erben To Be an Assistant Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (August 24, 1992)
  1087. ^ Remarks to the American Legion National Convention in Chicago, Illinois (August 25, 1992)
  1088. ^ Remarks at a Bush-Quayle Rally in Canton, Michigan (August 25, 1992)
  1089. ^ Statement on Michigan Welfare Reform (August 25, 1992)
  1090. ^ Remarks to a Bush-Quayle Rally in Cincinnati, Ohio (August 27, 1992)
  1091. ^ Remarks in Toledo, Ohio, on Additional Disaster Assistance for Florida Following Hurricane Andrew (August 27, 1992)
  1092. ^ Remarks to Findlay Machine and Tool Employees in Findlay, Ohio (August 27, 1992)
  1093. ^ Nomination of Alvin P. Adams, Jr., To Be United States Ambassador to Peru (August 28, 1992)
  1094. ^ Remarks and an Exchange With Reporters on Disaster Relief Efforts (August 29, 1992)
  1095. ^ Remarks on Hurricane Andrew Disaster Relief (August 30, 1992)
  1096. ^ Remarks on Hurricane Andrew Recovery Efforts (August 31, 1992)
  1097. ^ Statement on the Russia-United States Agreement on the Disposition of Uranium From Nuclear Weapons (August 31, 1992)
  1098. ^ Teleconference Remarks to the America 2000 Satellite Town Meeting (September 1, 1992)
  1099. ^ Remarks and an Exchange With Reporters on Disaster Relief Efforts in Homestead, Florida (September 1, 1992)
  1100. ^ White House Statement on Additional Disaster Relief for Florida (September 1, 1992)
  1101. ^ Nomination of Nancy A. Nord To Be a Commissioner of the Consumer Product Safety Commission (September 1, 1992)
  1102. ^ Remarks to the Community in Humboldt, South Dakota (September 2, 1992)
  1103. ^ Remarks to Shallowater Co-op Gin Company Employees in Shallowater, Texas (September 2, 1992)
  1104. ^ Appointment of Frederick H. Grubbe as Deputy Director of the Office of Consumer Affairs (September 2, 1992)
  1105. ^ Statement on Expediting Small Business Administration Loans for Hurricane Andrew Victims (September 3, 1992)
  1106. ^ Remarks to the Community in Fredericksburg, Virginia (September 4, 1992)
  1107. ^ Statement on Signing the Small Business Credit and Business Opportunity Enhancement Act of 1992 (September 4, 1992)
  1108. ^ Appointment of Daniel Casse as Special Assistant to the President for Cabinet Affairs (September 4, 1992)
  1109. ^ Remarks at Octoberfest in Painesville, Ohio (September 5, 1992)
  1110. ^ Remarks on Arrival in Greenville, South Carolina (September 5, 1992)
  1111. ^ Remarks at the North Carolina Apple Festival in Hendersonville (September 5, 1992)
  1112. ^ White House Statement on Additional Disaster Relief for Louisiana (September 5, 1992)
  1113. ^ Remarks to the Polish-American Community in Chicago, Illinois (September 6, 1992)
  1114. ^ Message to the Senate Transmitting the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (September 8, 1992)
  1115. ^ Statement on Virginia Welfare Reform (September 8, 1992)
  1116. ^ White House Statement on Proposed Disaster Relief Legislation (September 8, 1992)
  1117. ^ Remarks Prior to a Meeting With Republican Congressional Leaders (September 9, 1992)
  1118. ^ Remarks at a Bush-Quayle Rally in Middletown, New Jersey (September 9, 1992)
  1119. ^ Message to the Congress Transmitting the Ireland-United States Social Security Agreement (September 9, 1992)
  1120. ^ Remarks and a Question-and-Answer Session With the Economic Club of Detroit in Michigan (September 10, 1992)
  1121. ^ Remarks at Missouri Southern State College in Joplin, Missouri (September 11, 1992)
  1122. ^ Remarks to Natural Communities Conservation Planning Organizations in San Diego, California (September 14, 1992)
  1123. ^ Remarks to Vaagen Brothers Lumber Employees in Colville, Washington (September 14, 1992)
  1124. ^ Remarks to the National Guard Association in Salt Lake City, Utah (September 15, 1992)
  1125. ^ Remarks to Sandia National Laboratories Employees in Albuquerque, New Mexico (September 15, 1992)
  1126. ^ White House Statement on Additional Disaster Relief For Hawaii (September 16, 1992)
  1127. ^ Remarks to the Community in Enid, Oklahoma (September 17, 1992)
  1128. ^ Remarks to the Community in Jonesboro, Georgia (September 17, 1992)
  1129. ^ Remarks at Olympic Flag Jam '92 in Atlanta, Georgia (September 17, 1992)
  1130. ^ Remarks to AT T Employees in Basking Ridge, New Jersey (September 18, 1992)
  1131. ^ Remarks to the G - 7 Finance Ministers and Bank Governors (September 20, 1992)
  1132. ^ Address to the United Nations General Assembly in New York City (September 21, 1992)
  1133. ^ Nomination of Marshall Fletcher McCallie To Be United States Ambassador to Namibia (September 21, 1992)
  1134. ^ Nomination of Robert Gregory Joseph To Be an Assistant Director of the United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency (September 21, 1992)
  1135. ^ Remarks to the Community in Springfield, Missouri (September 22, 1992)
  1136. ^ Remarks on Arrival in Tulsa, Oklahoma (September 22, 1992)
  1137. ^ Remarks to the Bush-Quayle Independent Business Coalition in Greensboro, North Carolina (September 23, 1992)
  1138. ^ Remarks to the Triad Business Community in Greensboro, North Carolina (September 23, 1992)
  1139. ^ Remarks at Pennsylvania State University in State College, Pennsylvania (September 23, 1992)
  1140. ^ Statement on Signing the Dire Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Act, 1992 (September 23, 1992)
  1141. ^ Remarks to Motorola Employees in Schaumburg, Illinois (September 25, 1992)
  1142. ^ Remarks at the National Technology Initiative Conference in Chicago, Illinois (September 25, 1992)
  1143. ^ Remarks to Working Families for Bush-Quayle in Chicago (September 25, 1992)
  1144. ^ Nomination of William Lucas To Be Director of Community Relations Service at the Department of Justice (September 25, 1992)
  1145. ^ Nomination of Eric J. Boswell To Be Director of the Office of Foreign Missions at the Department of State (September 25, 1992)
  1146. ^ Remarks to the Community in Bowling Green, Ohio (September 26, 1992)
  1147. ^ Remarks to the Community in Plymouth, Michigan (September 26, 1992)
  1148. ^ Remarks to the Community in Wixom, Michigan (September 27, 1992)
  1149. ^ Remarks at the East Dallas Renaissance Neighborhood Project in Dallas, Texas (September 28, 1992)
  1150. ^ Remarks to the Community in Nashville, Tennessee (September 29, 1992)
  1151. ^ Remarks to Construction Workers in Newark (September 30, 1992)
  1152. ^ Statement on Signing the Tourism Policy and Export Promotion Act of 1992 (September 30, 1992)
  1153. ^ Statement on Signing the Continuing Appropriations Bill (October 1, 1992)
  1154. ^ Statement on National Energy Strategy Legislation (October 2, 1992)
  1155. ^ Nomination of Sean Charles O'Keefe To Be Secretary of the Navy (October 2, 1992)
  1156. ^ Remarks to the Community in Fort Lauderdale, Florida (October 3, 1992)
  1157. ^ Remarks to the Community in Orlando, Florida (October 3, 1992)
  1158. ^ Message to the Senate Returning Without Approval the Cable Television Consumer Protection and Competition Act of 1992 (October 3, 1992)
  1159. ^ Remarks to the Community in Dover, Delaware (October 5, 1992)
  1160. ^ Statement on Signing the Civil War Battlefield Commemorative Coin Act of 1992 (October 5, 1992)
  1161. ^ Nomination of Gerald R. Riso To Be Chief Financial Officer of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (October 5, 1992)
  1162. ^ Statement on Signing the Department of Transportation and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 1993 (October 6, 1992)
  1163. ^ Nomination of Douglas Alan Brook To Be Director of the Office of Personnel Management (October 6, 1992)
  1164. ^ Appointment of Clifford T. Alderman as Special Assistant to the President for Intergovernmental Affairs (October 6, 1992)
  1165. ^ Remarks at the Initialing Ceremony for the North American Free Trade Agreement in San Antonio, Texas (October 7, 1992)
  1166. ^ Statement by Press Secretary Fitzwater on Free Elections in Kuwait (October 7, 1992)
  1167. ^ Remarks at the Port of New Orleans, Louisiana (October 8, 1992)
  1168. ^ Designation of Arlene Holen As Chairman of the Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission (October 9, 1992)
  1169. ^ Statement on Signing the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge Act of 1992 (October 9, 1992)
  1170. ^ Remarks to the National Fraternal Order of Police in Cincinnati, Ohio (October 9, 1992)
  1171. ^ Remarks on Arrival in St. Louis, Missouri (October 11, 1992)
  1172. ^ Statement on Signing the Instrument of Ratification for the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (October 13, 1992)
  1173. ^ Statement on Signing the Advisory Council on California Indian Policy Act of 1992 (October 14, 1992)
  1174. ^ Presidential Debate in Richmond, Virginia (October 15, 1992)
  1175. ^ Statement on Signing the Dayton Aviation Heritage Preservation Act of 1992 (October 16, 1992)
  1176. ^ Remarks on Arrival in Lansing, Michigan (October 19, 1992)
  1177. ^ Remarks at a Post-Debate Rally in Lansing, Michigan (October 19, 1992)
  1178. ^ Remarks to the Community in Gainesville, Georgia (October 20, 1992)
  1179. ^ Remarks at the State Fair in Raleigh, North Carolina (October 21, 1992)
  1180. ^ Remarks at a Rally in Vineland, New Jersey (October 22, 1992)
  1181. ^ Remarks at a Rally in Ridgewood, New Jersey (October 22, 1992)
  1182. ^ Remarks at a Laurel County Rally in London, Kentucky (October 23, 1992)
  1183. ^ Statement on Signing the Wild Bird Conservation Act of 1992 (October 23, 1992)
  1184. ^ Remarks on Departure for Camp David, Maryland (December 23, 1992)
  1185. ^ Recess Appointment of Brian C. Griffin as Chairman of the Administrative Conference of the United States (December 29, 1992}
  1186. ^ Remarks on the START II Treaty and the Situation in Somalia and an Exchange With Reporters (December 30, 1992)
  1187. ^ Memorandum on Delegations of Authority Concerning Former Soviet Republics (December 30, 1992)
  1188. ^ Recess Appointment of Stephen T. Hart as an Assistant Secretary of Transportation (December 30, 1992)

External links

  • Miller Center G.H.W. Bush Presidential Timeline
U.S. presidential administration timelines
Preceded by
Reagan
G. H. W. Bush presidency
1989–1993
Succeeded by
Clinton
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