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Vice President George H. W. Bush, second from left, with his wife Barbara Bush, looking on at right, addresses supporters during an Over the Top rally, Tuesday, May 4, 1988, Washington, D.C. Bush, who clinched the Republican presidential nomination last week, waited until Tuesday to celebrate his success and wins in uncontested Indiana, Ohio and the District of Columbia primary races. Bush's son, George W. Bush is second from right. The man on the left is unidentified. (AP Photo/Charles Tasnadi)
Photo by: Charles Tasnadi
Vice President George H. W. Bush, second from left, with his wife Barbara Bush, looking on at right, addresses supporters during an Over the Top rally, Tuesday, May 4, 1988, Washington, D.C. Bush, who clinched the Republican presidential nomination last week, waited until Tuesday to celebrate his success and wins in uncontested Indiana, Ohio and the District of Columbia primary races. Bush's son, George W. Bush is second from right. The man on the left is unidentified. (AP Photo/Charles Tasnadi)

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