When you think of the name George Bush, stupid comments are probably the first thing that come into your mind.
So it was somewhat fitting that, when Vladimir Putin made a rather embarrassing case of mistaken identity today, it involved the Bush dynasty.
At a press event this morning (March 31) Mr Putin falsely attributed a Bush quote to Ronald Reagan - although the author of the quote was actually Bush the elder, America's president during the late 1980s, rather than his gaffe-prone son 'Dubya'.
Mr Putin appeared on a CNBC panel this morning (March 31) and was asked directly whether Russia had interfered in the US Presidential election.
In response he said: “Ronald Reagan once, when debating about taxes and addressing the Americans, said, ‘Read my lips: no."
But unfortunately for the Kremlin strongman it wasn't Reagan who said these words, but George H W Bush, who used the phrase in a speech at the Republican National Convention in 1988, according to Vox.
Bush made the comment when asked if he would be increasing taxes - only to later break that promise and raise them anyway. Make of that what you will.