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Bush Death #1132564

ABC Evening News for Monday, Dec 03, 2018
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(Washington: David Muir) The final trip to Washington for former President George H.W. Bush where he will lie in state in the rotunda reviewed; photos & video shown of the casket being loaded on the plane in Houston with family & on to Washington with the motorcade going to the Capitol & into the rotunda, of Bush's life & family. [George & Barbara BUSH - talk about daughter Robin.] The Bush presidency & loss to Bill Clinton & their later friendship noted. [In ABC interview, BUSH - talks about the loss & going on, there being a heaven & not fearing death.] [B. BUSH - lauds her husband.] Bush's service dog's future & the funeral attendance by all the living presidents noted.

(Washington: David Muir; White House: Jonathan Karl) his moment of unity in Washington & what Bush wrote to President Trump discussed.

(Washington: David Muir) ABC News coverage of the state funeral noted.

Reporter(s):
Muir, David;
Karl, Jonathan
Duration:
00:07:30

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