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Bush Funeral / A Discussion #1132658

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 05, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The praise for President George W.H. Bush at his funeral introduced; scenes shown of the casket in the church in Houston & earlier at the National Cathedral. [In eulogy, former President BUSH - speaks about his father, who is now holding Mom's hand again.] How President Trump made everyone uneasy explained; scenes shown of the former presidents & first ladies sitting together.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's historian Tim Naftali & "The Presidents Club author" Nancy Gibbs about the Bush funeral & legacy; scenes shown from th funeral. [In studio, NAFTALI - offers views on adjectives used to describe Bush, the president, while President Trump acts as an "anti-president," that Bush led a life of purpose.] [From Boston, GIBBS - offers views on all the history shared by the presidents at the funeral to honor a dead president, the affection people felt for Bush & the reaction of Bush friend Jim Baker at the service.]

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