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May 4, 2001
Former US President George W. Bush is introduced by his nephew George P. Bush during a celebration of the mexican traditional holiday of Cinco De Mayo at the White House in 2001. Who will be the first Mexican-American U.S. president? You'd have to stretch the definition to say Mitt Romney; his father was born in Mexico but was an American citizen. One Mexican-American with a political pedigree is George P. Bush, grandson of one president and nephew of another. The son of former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and Mexican-born Columba Garnica Gallo, George P. was one of the grandkids affectionately called the little brown ones" by George H.W. Bush. George P., 36, is a partner in an Austin, Texas, real estate investment firm, and his political potential has long been discussed.