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Ronald Reagan moved from moderate success as a movie actor to become governor of California and president of the United States. George H.W. Bush served as Ronald Reagan's vice-president for eight years and then ran twice on his own, successfully in 1988 but losing in 1992 to Bill Clinton. George W. Bush was elected president in a hotly contested election in 2000, becoming only the second son of a president to gain the office. The Secret Service is charged with protecting the integrating of the currency of the United States and the well being of the President and other high federal offficials.