Since Donald Trump appears to be usurping his title as America's worst president, George W. Bush now spends much of his time concentrating on a new reputation as an artist. That's right, the former president took up painting, bestowing America with a collection of George W. Bush artwork that nobody asked for. With just a few brush strokes George W. Bush's artwork aims to cover up the fact he asked someone to lie to the United Nations about weapons of mass destruction. He even released a book of portraits entitled Portraits of Courage which features paintings of various American Military and Service heroes, many of whom served in conflicts he started himself. How touching!
Below you'll get a peek at some of the paintings featured in the aforementioned book, as well as some of the more well-circulated George W. Bush paintings of world leaders, celebrities, and his bathroom. The leaders pictured range from his father, George H.W. Bush, to Russian President Vladimir Putin and less-flattering portrayals of villains such as Osama bin Laden and Saddam Hussein. George W. Bush's art reflects the strife of eight years of war, botched disaster relief efforts, and a lot of sad attempts at the word "nuclear." Or maybe they're just that bad.