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Dick Cheney

Dick Cheney
Personal data
Date of birthJanuary 30, 1941(age 70)
Place of birthLincoln, Nebraska, U.S.
Political partyRepublican
SpouseLynne Cheney (m. 1964-present)
ChildrenElizabeth Cheney
Mary Cheney
ResidenceMcLean, Virginia
Jackson, Wyoming
Alma materYale University
University of Wyoming (B.A./M.A.)
University of Wisconsin-Madison
46th Vice President of the United States
In officeJanuary 20, 2001 - January 20, 2009
PresidentGeorge W. Bush
Succeeded byJoe Biden
Preceded byAl Gore
17th United States Secretary of Defense
In officeMarch 20, 1989 - January 20, 1993
PresidentGeorge H. W. Bush
DeputyDonald J. Atwood, Jr.
Succeeded byLes Aspin
Preceded byFrank Carlucci
15th United States House of Representatives Minority Whip
In officeJanuary 3, 1989 - March 20, 1989
LeaderRobert H. Michel
Succeeded byNewt Gingrich
Preceded byTrent Lott
Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Wyoming's At-large district
In officeJanuary 3, 1979 - March 20, 1989
Succeeded byCraig L. Thomas
Preceded byTeno Roncalio
7th White House Chief of Staff
In officeNovember 21, 1975 - January 20, 1977
PresidentGerald Ford
Succeeded byHamilton Jordan
Preceded byDonald Rumsfeld

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Richard Bruce "Dick" Cheney (born January 30, 1941) served as the 46th Vice President of the United States (2001-2009), under George W. Bush.

Cheney was born in Lincoln, Nebraska, but was primarily raised in Sumner, Nebraska and Casper, Wyoming. He began his political career as an intern for Congressman William A. Steiger, eventually working his way into the White House during the Nixon and Ford administrations, where he served the latter as White House Chief of Staff. In 1978, Cheney was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives from Wyoming; he was reelected five times, eventually becoming House Minority Whip. Cheney was selected to be the Secretary of Defense during the presidency of George H. W. Bush, holding the position for the majority of Bush's term. During this time, Cheney oversaw the 1991 Operation Desert Storm, among other actions.

Out of office during the Clinton presidency, Cheney was chairman and CEO of Halliburton Company from 1995 to 2000.

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In this interview from April 15th, 1994 Dick Cheney reveals the reasons why invading Baghdad and toppling Saddam Hussein's regime wouldn't be a great idea. He also stipulates that "not very many" American soldiers' lives were worth losing to take out Saddam during the Gulf War.
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A citizen telling the VP to go fuck himself during an interview.
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Petition: Watch Dick Cheney's impeachable crimes, then sign the petition demanding Congress begin impeachment hearings. 14 Representatives currently support H. Res 333, 3 articles of impeachment outlining Vice President Dick Cheney's crimes.
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Bush: Cheney Was Angry I Didn't Pardon Libby - CBS News Tweet this news
CBS News---...- W. Bush said his decision not to pardon former Vice Presidential aide Scooter Libby in 2008 did not sit well with former Vice President -Dick Cheney-. ... - Date : Mon, 08 Nov 2010 15:41:44 GMT+00:00
Bush Memoir: Dick Cheney Nearly Got the Boot Before '04 Election - Newser Tweet this news
Newser--More » (Newser) - George Bush seriously considered ditching -Dick Cheney- for the 2004 election, he writes in his memoir, Decision Points. ... - Date : Wed, 03 Nov 2010 08:45:31 GMT+00:00
Dick Cheney Didn't Apologize To Man He Shot: Wash Post - NPR (blog) Tweet this news
NPR (blog)--Harry Whittington, the man former Vice President -Dick Cheney- peppered with birdshot in that 2006 hunting accident, didn't exactly tell the ... - Date : Thu, 14 Oct 2010 16:01:53 GMT+00:00
White House Bioweapon Alarm Triggered in 2002, Bush Says - Global Security Newswire Tweet this news
Global Security Newswire--He was informed through video communication of the incident by Vice President -Dick Cheney-, who reportedly said, ""Mr. President, we have a problem. ... - Date : Mon, 08 Nov 2010 14:54:41 GMT+00:00
[MEMOIR] George Bush vs Kanye West, Dick Cheney 'Darth Vader' [VIDEO] - CNM News Network Tweet this news
CNM News Network--In addition, in a Sarah Palin-esque moment, Bush confessed in his memoir that he considered ditching -Dick Cheney-, who was the “Darth Vader” of the ... - Date : Thu, 04 Nov 2010 17:40:14 GMT+00:00
Bush: No regrets over waterboarding - Tweet this news reveals that he almost removed then-vice-president -Dick Cheney- from the ticket before his re-election bid. (Reuters) Former US president George W. ... - Date : Mon, 08 Nov 2010 15:31:12 GMT+00:00
Bush considered ditching 'Darth Vader' Cheney - Independent Tweet this news
Independent--President George W Bush considered dropping Vice President -Dick Cheney- from his 2004 presidential campaign to "demonstrate I was in charge," the ... - Date : Thu, 04 Nov 2010 00:01:14 GMT+00:00
BBC's Katty Kay: Cheney 'Hoodwinked the American Public' into Believing Saddam ... - NewsBusters (blog) Tweet this news
NewsBusters (blog)---...- 2010 | 08:48 On Sunday's syndicated Chris Matthews Show, panel member Katty Kay of the BBC claimed that Vice President -Dick Cheney- had convinced 70 ... - Date : Mon, 08 Nov 2010 14:00:53 GMT+00:00
Bush memoir reveals inner turmoil of presidency - Victoria Times Colonist Tweet this news
Victoria Times Colonist--By George W. Bush Former US president George W. Bush once considered replacing Vice President -Dick Cheney-, ... - Date : Sun, 07 Nov 2010 08:12:12 GMT+00:00
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United States House of Representatives
Preceded by
Teno Roncalio
Member of the U.S. House of Representatives
from Wyoming's AL congressional district

Succeeded by
Craig Thomas
Business positions
Preceded by
Thomas H. Cruikshank
Chief Executive Officer of Halliburton
Succeeded by
David J. Lesar
Party political offices
Preceded by
Jack Kemp
Chairman of House Republican Conference
Succeeded by
Jerry Lewis
Preceded by
Trent Lott
Minority Whip of the House of Representatives
Succeeded by
Newt Gingrich
Preceded by
Jack Kemp
Republican Party Vice Presidential candidate
2000, 2004
Succeeded by
Sarah Palin
Political offices
Preceded by
Donald Rumsfeld
United States AL White House Chief of Staff
Served under: Gerald Ford

1975 - 1977
Succeeded by
Hamilton Jordan
Preceded by
Frank C. Carlucci
United States Secretary of Defense White House Chief of Staff
Served under: George H. W. Bush

Succeeded by
Les Aspin
Preceded by
Al Gore
Vice President of the United States
Acting President: June 29, 2002 and July 21, 2007
Succeeded by
Joe Biden
United States order of precedence
Preceded by
Al Gore
United States order of precedence
as of 2009
Succeeded by
John Dingell

United States Secretaries of Defense

Forrestal * Johnson * Marshall * Lovett * Wilson * McElroy * T. Gates * McNamara * Clifford * Laird * Richardson * Schlesinger * Rumsfeld * Brown * Weinberger * Carlucci * Cheney * Aspin * Perry * Cohen * Rumsfeld * R. Gates

GHW Bush cabinet

Secretary of StateJames Baker (1989 �1992) * Lawrence Eagleburger (1992 �1993)
Secretary of the TreasuryNicholas F. Brady (1989 �1993)
Secretary of DefenseDick Cheney (1989 �1993)
Attorney GeneralDick Thornburgh (1989 �1991) * William Barr (1991 �1993)
Secretary of the InteriorManuel Lujan, Jr. (1989 �1993)
Secretary of the AgricultureClayton K. Yeutter (1989 �1991) * Edward Rell Madigan (1991 �1993)
Secretary of CommerceRobert Mosbacher (1989 �1992) * Barbara Hackman Franklin (1992 � � �1993)
Secretary of LaborElizabeth Dole (1989 � � �1990) * Lynn Morley Martin (1990 � � 1993)
Secretary of Health and Human ServicesLouis Wade Sullivan (1989 �1993)
Secretary of EducationLauro Cavazos (1989 �1990) * Lamar Alexander (1991 �1993)
Secretary of Housing and Urban DevelopmentJack Kemp (1989 �1993)
Secretary of TransportationSamuel K. Skinner (1989 �1992) * Andrew Card (1992 �1993)
Secretary of EnergyJames D. Watkins (1989 �1993)
Secretary of Veterans AffairsEd Derwinski (1989 �1992)
Vice PresidentDan Quayle (1989 �1993)
Trade RepresentativeCarla Anderson Hills (1989 � � �1993)
Director of the Office of
Management and Budget
Richard Darman (1989 � � �1993)

GW Bush cabinet

Secretary of StateColin Powell (2001 �2005) * Condoleezza Rice (2005 �2009)
Secretary of the TreasuryPaul O'Neill (2001 �2002) * John Snow (2003 �2006) * Henry Paulson (2006 �2009)
Secretary of DefenseDonald Rumsfeld (2001 �2006) * Robert Gates (2006 �2009)
Attorney GeneralJohn Ashcroft (2001 �2005) * Alberto Gonzales (2005 �2007) * Michael Mukasey (2007 �2009)
Secretary of the Interior Gale Norton (2001 �2006) * Dirk Kempthorne (2006 �2009)
Secretary of AgricultureAnn Veneman (2001 �2005) * Mike Johanns (2005 �2007) * Ed Schafer (2008 �2009)
Secretary of CommerceDonald Evans (2001 �2005) * Carlos Gutierrez (2005 �2009)
Secretary of LaborElaine Chao (2001 �2009)
Secretary of Health and
Human Services
Tommy Thompson (2001 �2005) * Mike Leavitt (2005 �2009)
Secretary of EducationRod Paige (2001 �2005) * Margaret Spellings (2005 �2009)
Secretary of Housing and
Urban Development
Mel Martinez (2001 �2003) * Alphonso Jackson (2003 �2008) * Steve Preston (2008 �2009)
Secretary of TransportationNorman Mineta (2001 �2006) * Mary Peters (2006 �2009)
Secretary of EnergySpencer Abraham (2001 �2005) * Samuel Bodman (2005 �2009)
Secretary of Veterans AffairsAnthony Principi (2001 �2005) * Jim Nicholson (2005 �2007) * James Peake (2007 �2009)
Secretary of Homeland SecurityTom Ridge (2003 �2005) * Michael Chertoff (2005 �2009)
Vice PresidentDick Cheney (2001 �2009)
White House Chief of StaffAndrew Card (2001 �2006) * Joshua Bolten (2006 �2009)
Administrator of the
Environmental Protection Agency
Christine Whitman (2001 �2003) * Mike Leavitt (2003 �2005) * Stephen Johnson (2005 �2009)
Director of the Office of
Management and Budget
Mitch Daniels (2001 �2003) * Joshua Bolten (2003 �2006) * Rob Portman (2006 �2007) * Jim Nussle (2007 �2009)
Director of National Drug
Control Policy
John Walters (2001 �2009)
Trade RepresentativeRobert Zoellick (2001 �2005) * Rob Portman (2005 �2006) * Susan Schwab (2006 �2009)

White House Chiefs of Staff

John R. Steelman * Sherman Adams * Wilton Persons * W. Marvin Watson * H. R. Haldeman * Alexander Haig * Donald Rumsfeld * Dick Cheney * Hamilton Jordan * Jack Watson * James Baker * Donald Regan * Howard Baker * Kenneth Duberstein * John H. Sununu * Samuel K. Skinner * James Baker * Mack McLarty * Leon Panetta * Erskine Bowles * John Podesta * Andrew Card * Joshua Bolten * Rahm Emanuel

Minority Whips of the United States House of Representatives

Underwood * Lloyd * Dwight * Burke * Hamilton * Oldfield * McDuffie * Bachmann * Englebright * Arends * McCormack * Arends * McCormack * Arends * Michel * Lott * Cheney * Gingrich * Bonior * Pelosi * Hoyer * Blunt * Cantor

Members of the United States House of Representatives from Wyoming

At-large Delegates (1869 �1890)Nuckolls * Jones * Steele * Corlett * Downey * Post * Carey
At-large Representatives
Clark * Coffeen * Mondell * Osborne * Mondell * Winter * Carter * Greever * Horton * McIntyre * Barrett * Harrison * Thomson * Harrison * Roncalio * Harrison * Wold * Roncalio * Cheney * Thomas * Cubin * Lummis

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