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Aug 23 2014, 1:46pm CDT | by , in News | Latest Celebrity News

George W. Bush made a Funny Ice Bucket Challenge Video
 
 

Even former US presidents get into the viral Ice Bucket Challenge. Watch George W. Bush getting a cold shower below.

Check out another Ice Bucket Challenge, for a change this one has a former US President taking on the cold water challenge. The former President actually made a funny Ice Bucket Challenge video. He starts out saying that he was challenged, but he does not think it is presidential to get splashed with ice water. Instead he is writing a check. While he writes, Laura Bush comes out and splashes him. George W. Bush challenges Bill Clinton. Watch the video below.

So far Bill Clinton has not reacted to the Ice Bucket Challenge of George W. Bush.

The Ice Bucket Challenge keeps on moving raising more and more money to fight ALS. According to the latest reports, the viral Ice Bucket Challenge for Project A.L.S. has raised over $50 million since July 29th. The Ice Bucket Challenge is having a huge impact that might even be the critical game changer for ALS research.

Project A.L.S. was founded in 1998 by Jenifer Estess, her sisters, and friends, and has become the new paradigm for brain disease research. Project A.L.S. identifies and funds the most promising, rational, and aggressive research strategies among collaborators at Harvard, Columbia, Johns Hopkins, Cornell, Memorial Sloan Kettering, New York University, and The Salk Institute, among others. 

To donate to Project A.L.S. visit the Project A.L.S. site.

 

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