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George W. Bush handed Michelle Obama something again

06 December 2018, 06:45 | Regina Holmes

George W. Bush handed Michelle Obama something again

President George H.W Bush right and William Barr wave after Barr was sworn in as the new Attorney General of the United States at a Justice Department ceremony in Washington

Former President George H.W. Bush and granddaughter Barbara Bush arrive aboard Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base Md., May 11, 2008.

"We just rode on the railroads all the time, and I've never forgotten it", Bush said at the time, recalling how he took trains, and often slept on them, during trips as a child with his family.

Bush took a moment to slip another candy to ex-FLOTUS Michelle Obama during the funeral of his father and 41st POTUS George H.W. Bush.

Those wishing to pay their respects to the president are lining up at another church a couple miles away, waiting to be shuttled to Bush's home church.

'This is the least I could do for President Bush, ' he said.

Trump said Friday Barr had been his “first choice from Day One.”
Trump said Friday Barr had been his “first choice from Day One.”

Roberts also said that Bush's family will continue to carry his devotion to service. Sitting next to the Clintons was fellow Democrat Jimmy Carter and his wife, Rosalynn.

George H.W. Bush died on Friday at the age of 94.

The 43rd U.S. president had also given Michelle Obama a mint during the memorial service in September for Arizona Senator John McCain.

The four entrances to the Rotunda were draped in black as Bush's body lay in state, an honor bestowed to only 31 others in the history of the United States (Lincoln being the first president).

Bush was born into privilege and politics (his father a USA senator and grandfather a top industrialist).






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