Donald Trump Calls George H.W Bush “A Truly Wonderful Man” In His Tribute To The Late 41st President

December 3, 2018

George H.W. Bush left this world on Friday, November 30. Americans mourn the passing of their 41st President. Donald Trump also shared the words of support to the Bush family amid their heartbreaking loss.


RIP, George H.W. Bush

The 41st US President died on Friday at the age of 94. It’s hard to imagine all the grief the Bush family feels at the moment. In April 2018, they lost Barbara Bush, who died at 92.

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Mr. Bush spent his last minutes surrounded by his loved ones. In October, he attended his granddaughter Barbara’s wedding. The bride rescheduled her big day so that her beloved grandpa could be there too. What a touching gesture!

Donald Trump: words of goodbye

Numerous fans, family friends, and politicians took to social media to express their condolences to the Bush family.

Donald Trump also released a touching tribute to honor the memory of Bush senior. In his tribute, Trump called the 41st President “a truly wonderful man” and added, “he will be missed by all.”


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People’s reaction

Surprisingly, but social media users didn’t believe in Trump’s good intention and doubted the fact that he actually wrote these words by himself.

Tributes from his sons

George senior’s demise was the heaviest burden to his children. His son, the 43rd US President George W. Bush, honored his late dad’s memory in a touching way.

George wrote:

He was the man of highest character and the best dad a son or daughter could ever ask for.

Neil Bush also recalled his father’s legacy in a heartbreaking interview.

George H.W Bush’s contribution to his country was tremendous. The legacy of this great man will always live in hearts and prayers of all Americans. RIP, dear George!

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