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Hungary to unveil statue of late President George H.W. Bush

KHOW Marketplace

00:18 sec | Last month

Hungary to unveil statue of late President George H.W. Bush

"And a statue of former U. S. President George H. W. Bush will be unveiled in Hungary next month to honor the first sitting US president to visit the country in 1989. The statue will be inaugurated October 23rd and Budapest Liberty Square, near a statue of former President Ronald Reagan, also honored for fighting the communist

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Sully the service dog prepares to embark on a new adventure after Christmas

Tim Conway Jr.

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Sully the service dog prepares to embark on a new adventure after Christmas

"Timur here. Sully the service dog remember President Bush had the service dog. Let's find out where he is. Meantime, sully the service dog that assisted former President George Hw Bush has a new mission today the group America's vet dogs welcomed back Salita, Smithtown New York. The two year old lab will be joining the Walter Reed facilities dog program early next year. So they gave support and companionship to Mr Bush until his death on

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"president george h.w bush" Discussed on Uncommon Knowledge

Uncommon Knowledge

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"president george h.w bush" Discussed on Uncommon Knowledge

"He's twenty he's flown fifty eight combat missions and been shot down once. And then when he goes home he goes through Yale captain the baseball team. And instead of doing what Andy Reid would have done if we've been lucky enough to be one of those privileged circumstances. Which is follow the old the follow his father to Wall Street by a house of Indian or Greenwich himself. He moves to Texas and becomes a a wildcatter looking, okay. And for the rest of his life. The criticism is oh he was never a real Texan address that one what Texas mean to him first of all anybody can become a Texan. This is unlike Virginia where you have to have ten generations piney before you can claim to be Virginia. So anyone who rose? Across the border as they did in a suitable for nineteen forty eight can become a Texanol. You have to do is embrace your inner tech sanity, which is spirit more than it is merely knowing about the Alamo and Sam Houston and Davy Crockett. Sounds like insanity. Tech. Sanity is good enough word takes him. But what what what am I talking about? I'm talking about the idea of anybody coming into the frontier and Texas even more of a frontier needless to say nineteen forty eight and now but wanting to make their own way of okay, they have a background. Everybody might be interested in that. But people in Texas have always been focused on the present and the future, and that very much was George Bush's operative mental attitude as opposed to people around Washington DC who are focused on the present and the past and that tends to be a very heavy weight that holds people back whereas in the wide open skies of west, Texas. They only inspired him one more. I'm coming back to you. So don't still remain. One more question on Texas. You've told me we were talking about this his early days that he when he and you were trying to build a Republican party in Texas trying to turn Texas into a two party state. And what you and he heard over and over and over again was we don't need to parties. We already have two parties Liberal Democrats conservative Democrats, just go ahead and join the Democratic Party. Why didn't he do that? Life would have been easier for really was there that much policy difference between him and Lloyd Bentsen. No not much at all. So what that was another one of these things that he did that just shows either courageous determination or just plain pigheadedness. It was a desire to create in that rather desolate territory of west, Texas. Something familiar, something Miller and politics meant having two parties. That's what was the case in Connecticut to say, the least in that particular. Time the idea that one party should look over the shoulder of the other party to keep them honest in Texas, the conservative branch of the Democratic Party had been predominant essentially since the civil war. There were liberals of sort who barked and nip at the heels of the conservatives, occasionally, they won election. Ralph Yarborough hooping be Mr Bush the first time ran for the Senate. Excellent. The excellent example, but that's still not the same, and George Bush is mind or that of any of the other early pioneers, the Republican party who felt that for one thing the National Democratic Party was not legitimate home of Texans who were conservative by inheritance. And that it should be the Republican party. However, there was still the deadweight believe it or not of the reconstruction era where when I was a teenager passing out those, brochures, I would hear people say, Well, I I like the way your candidate. Thanks, but my granddaddy would roll over in his grave if he knew that I voted for a Republic. And frankly, it just took those people as well as grand avenue to be in the cemetery before things finally shifted to the Republican party got Andy, what was it like to write speeches for George Bush? Well, I've never written this speech before..

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"president george h.w bush" Discussed on Uncommon Knowledge

Uncommon Knowledge

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"president george h.w bush" Discussed on Uncommon Knowledge

"He's twenty he's flown fifty eight combat missions and been shot down once. And then when he goes home he goes through Yale captain the baseball team. And instead of doing what Andy Reid would have done if we've been lucky enough to be one of those privileged circumstances. Which is follow the old the follow his father to Wall Street by a house of Indian or Greenwich himself. He moves to Texas and becomes a a wildcatter looking, okay. And for the rest of his life. The criticism is oh he was never a real Texan address that one what Texas mean to him first of all anybody can become a Texan. This is unlike Virginia where you have to have ten generations piney before you can claim to be Virginia. So anyone who rose? Across the border as they did in a suitable for nineteen forty eight can become a Texanol. You have to do is embrace your inner tech sanity, which is spirit more than it is merely knowing about the Alamo and Sam Houston and Davy Crockett. Sounds like insanity. Tech. Sanity is good enough word takes him. But what what what am I talking about? I'm talking about the idea of anybody coming into the frontier and Texas even more of a frontier needless to say nineteen forty eight and now but wanting to make their own way of okay, they have a background. Everybody might be interested in that. But people in Texas have always been focused on the present and the future, and that very much was George Bush's operative mental attitude as opposed to people around Washington DC who are focused on the present and the past and that tends to be a very heavy weight that holds people back whereas in the wide open skies of west, Texas. They only inspired him one more. I'm coming back to you. So don't still remain. One more question on Texas. You've told me we were talking about this his early days that he when he and you were trying to build a Republican party in Texas trying to turn Texas into a two party state. And what you and he heard over and over and over again was we don't need to parties. We already have two parties Liberal Democrats conservative Democrats, just go ahead and join the Democratic Party. Why didn't he do that? Life would have been easier for really was there that much policy difference between him and Lloyd Bentsen. No not much at all. So what that was another one of these things that he did that just shows either courageous determination or just plain pigheadedness. It was a desire to create in that rather desolate territory of west, Texas. Something familiar, something Miller and politics meant having two parties. That's what was the case in Connecticut to say, the least in that particular. Time the idea that one party should look over the shoulder of the other party to keep them honest in Texas, the conservative branch of the Democratic Party had been predominant essentially since the civil war. There were liberals of sort who barked and nip at the heels of the conservatives, occasionally, they won election. Ralph Yarborough hooping be Mr Bush the first time ran for the Senate. Excellent. The excellent example, but that's still not the same, and George Bush is mind or that of any of the other early pioneers, the Republican party who felt that for one thing the National Democratic Party was not legitimate home of Texans who were conservative by inheritance. And that it should be the Republican party. However, there was still the deadweight believe it or not of the reconstruction era where when I was a teenager passing out those, brochures, I would hear people say, Well, I I like the way your candidate. Thanks, but my granddaddy would roll over in his grave if he knew that I voted for a Republic. And frankly, it just took those people as well as grand avenue to be in the cemetery before things finally shifted to the Republican party got Andy, what was it like to write speeches for George Bush? Well, I've never written this speech before..

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"president george h.w bush" Discussed on Uncommon Knowledge

Uncommon Knowledge

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"president george h.w bush" Discussed on Uncommon Knowledge

"Actually, it's very interesting after three years of writing very critical things about the Bush administration. I got this call from then chief speechwriter, Tony snow asked me to be to be be a speechwriter. And I said, well, if you read any my stuff over the last three years he will carry one cared. So actually, let's take that for just a moment because it happens that at the start of the current administration a couple of people who work in high positions in the Trump administration called me, you probably got calls like this saying, can you find me some young kid to be a speechwriter, and I intern made a couple of phone calls and recommended a couple of young kids, and it turned out that those kids couldn't make it through the White House personnel office because two years ago, the tweeted something critical of Donald Trump, and I thought to myself your case where you're perfectly critical of George Bush when he and his president. He's oh, it doesn't matter come on. And right for me. Maureen Dowd wrote a piece in the New York Times the other day. No, one was more critical of George Bush in in the New York Times of all places. And it turns out that the two of them were writing notes to each other. He was. Particularly for a politician, but for a human being full stop. He was just a wonderfully forgiving, man. That's absolutely. I think of others outside the journalism profession, for example, George Mitchell, the democratic leader of the US Senate majority leader, George Bush, absolutely no favours after all it is the duty the opposition to oppose. And he certainly rubbed George. Bush's knows legislatively several times and yet every time President Bush went to Maine, he would give a call to the majority leader and offer a ride on the airplane, the sort of thing that would make us more hard-bitten, nasty minded politicos, cringe that he would do that. Nobody hurt George Bush more than Senator Sam Nunn who engineered the defeat of John tower as secretary of defense very early defeat, and yet President Bush was only too happy to hire. Sam Nunn's daughter to the points of light foundation. And then of course, we know about the. As ING friendship that developed between him and the man who beat him for President Bill Clinton. So those are more examples of exactly kind of heart that you're referring so chase on earth. Were you you grew up in New Jersey where where were you grow? Where were you born? I was born in New Jersey, but my family moved to Texas and nineteen forty eight which was the same year the bushes moved there. All right. So you grew up in Texas Harvard undergrad he went to so what I'm trying to the point. I'm trying to make is there's a New England or northeastern background for you as indeed there was for him. How did you end up working for him in nineteen sixty six I was still an undergrad weren't you? With an undergraduate who since my mid teenage years had worked in one hopeless Republican campaign after another in the Texas of that era, which was totally dominated by the Democratic Party top to bottom worked for John tower in his successful Senate race in nineteen sixty one but everyone after. That I ever handed out a brochure rang a doorbell was defeated one came a new congressional district on the west side of Houston, which is the Republican part of the area and George Bush having been an unsuccessful candidate for the US Senate two years before was the natural of fellow to be nominated. And when he did he certainly captured my imagination and attention not just because he was a fellow Yankee who had moved into Texas, but because he represented the freshness the energy the positive mater of Republican party, which frankly was missing and the rather crabby of small Republican party of Texas at the time. All right. So let's let's stay with that for just motive if we could he moved to Texas in nineteen forty eight. This is. We've already talked about how gracious he was kind. He was and there was a lot of that in the eulogies today. Let's stipulate granted. And we'll come back to it. Because that was so much of who he was but. He's a enlisted in the navy. What I'm trying to point out is that early in the early in his life before he's a national figure. He does things that show real toughness. He enlists at the age of eighteen by the time..

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"president george h.w bush" Discussed on Uncommon Knowledge

Uncommon Knowledge

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"president george h.w bush" Discussed on Uncommon Knowledge

"Actually, it's very interesting after three years of writing very critical things about the Bush administration. I got this call from then chief speechwriter, Tony snow asked me to be to be be a speechwriter. And I said, well, if you read any my stuff over the last three years he will carry one cared. So actually, let's take that for just a moment because it happens that at the start of the current administration a couple of people who work in high positions in the Trump administration called me, you probably got calls like this saying, can you find me some young kid to be a speechwriter, and I intern made a couple of phone calls and recommended a couple of young kids, and it turned out that those kids couldn't make it through the White House personnel office because two years ago, the tweeted something critical of Donald Trump, and I thought to myself your case where you're perfectly critical of George Bush when he and his president. He's oh, it doesn't matter come on. And right for me. Maureen Dowd wrote a piece in the New York Times the other day. No, one was more critical of George Bush in in the New York Times of all places. And it turns out that the two of them were writing notes to each other. He was. Particularly for a politician, but for a human being full stop. He was just a wonderfully forgiving, man. That's absolutely. I think of others outside the journalism profession, for example, George Mitchell, the democratic leader of the US Senate majority leader, George Bush, absolutely no favours after all it is the duty the opposition to oppose. And he certainly rubbed George. Bush's knows legislatively several times and yet every time President Bush went to Maine, he would give a call to the majority leader and offer a ride on the airplane, the sort of thing that would make us more hard-bitten, nasty minded politicos, cringe that he would do that. Nobody hurt George Bush more than Senator Sam Nunn who engineered the defeat of John tower as secretary of defense very early defeat, and yet President Bush was only too happy to hire. Sam Nunn's daughter to the points of light foundation. And then of course, we know about the. As ING friendship that developed between him and the man who beat him for President Bill Clinton. So those are more examples of exactly kind of heart that you're referring so chase on earth. Were you you grew up in New Jersey where where were you grow? Where were you born? I was born in New Jersey, but my family moved to Texas and nineteen forty eight which was the same year the bushes moved there. All right. So you grew up in Texas Harvard undergrad he went to so what I'm trying to the point. I'm trying to make is there's a New England or northeastern background for you as indeed there was for him. How did you end up working for him in nineteen sixty six I was still an undergrad weren't you? With an undergraduate who since my mid teenage years had worked in one hopeless Republican campaign after another in the Texas of that era, which was totally dominated by the Democratic Party top to bottom worked for John tower in his successful Senate race in nineteen sixty one but everyone after. That I ever handed out a brochure rang a doorbell was defeated one came a new congressional district on the west side of Houston, which is the Republican part of the area and George Bush having been an unsuccessful candidate for the US Senate two years before was the natural of fellow to be nominated. And when he did he certainly captured my imagination and attention not just because he was a fellow Yankee who had moved into Texas, but because he represented the freshness the energy the positive mater of Republican party, which frankly was missing and the rather crabby of small Republican party of Texas at the time. All right. So let's let's stay with that for just motive if we could he moved to Texas in nineteen forty eight. This is. We've already talked about how gracious he was kind. He was and there was a lot of that in the eulogies today. Let's stipulate granted. And we'll come back to it. Because that was so much of who he was but. He's a enlisted in the navy. What I'm trying to point out is that early in the early in his life before he's a national figure. He does things that show real toughness. He enlists at the age of eighteen by the time..

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President George H.W. Bush laid to rest in Texas

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

President George H.W. Bush laid to rest in Texas

"George Herbert Walker Bush. He has been a very very great President Bush's final resting places next to his wife, Barbara who died in April and their three-year-old daughter, Robin who died in early fifties of leukemia. The pan tone color institute has chosen the color of the year for two thousand nineteen living. Coral Penton, describes the pinkish orange with golden undertones as warm welcoming versatile life-affirming. This year's color was the less subdued ultraviolet

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Stephen Colbert Decodes The Secret Shade People Threw At Trump During Bush’s Funeral

WBZ Midday News

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Stephen Colbert Decodes The Secret Shade People Threw At Trump During Bush’s Funeral

"Were there notes of criticism against President Trump in yesterday state funeral for former President George Hw Bush late show host Stephen Colbert thinks show is you start as soon as you start praising someone honesty, you're automatically throwing shade Donald Trump. Presidential historian John Meacham talked about the truth telling nature of Bush Colbert suggested that many of the words leaders used at the funeral could be interpreted as criticism

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Reflecting on the Legacy of Former President George H.W. Bush

WSJ What's News

04:03 min | 2 years ago

Reflecting on the Legacy of Former President George H.W. Bush

"The nation paid tribute to former President George Hw Bush on Wednesday with President Trump declaring a national day of mourning for his funeral services. The forty first president was eulogized by among others, his son. Former President George W Bush course, dad taught me a no special lesson. He showed me what it means to be a president who served with integrity leaves with courage and with love in his heart for the citizens of our country. When they history books are written. They will say that George H W Bush was a great president of the United States. A diplomat of unmasks killed a commander in chief of formidable accomplishment and a gentleman who executed to do these of his office with dignity and honour Wall Street Journal executive Washington editor Jerry Cy who covered the late president's term in office attended his funeral services on Wednesday. He joins us now to reflect on the life and legacy of former president, George H W Bush, Jerry, thank you so much for joining us. And for those of us who watched the ceremonies at home or at work on Wednesday. I wonder if you can start by just giving us a sense of what it was like to be there at the Washington National cathedral to witness this in person. Well, it was first of all a remarkable crowd that gathered there, you know, you have to remember George H W Bush left office. Quarter century ago twenty more than a quarter century ago in yet you had representatives from all across the world and all across American life there, which I think spoke of the kind of place that he holes in the American memory now, he's he's appreciated more. Now, I think it's fair to say, then he was when he left office, and that's true around the world you had Brian Mulroney. The former prime minister of Canada was eulogised because they became great friends. You had the Prince Charles of the United Kingdom there. You had the king of Jordan. You had the current German prime minister, and you had a whole assemblage of Americans of of significance in substance over the last thirty or forty years all gathered there, so I guess the first thing that struck me was there's only one man who could have brought this crowd together. And that's probably George H W Bush. The second thing that struck me was, you know, George Bush forty first president came to the Oval Office with maybe the best resume anybody's every carried into the Oval Office. He was vice president he was head of the CIA. Use UN ambassador. He was on voided China. He was a member of congress. He had run the Republican party. He was a successful businessman, and he had by most accounts an extraordinarily successful presidency. Lease on the foreign policy front. He oversaw the end of the Cold War, the unification of Germany and a successful Persian Gulf war, yet almost all the conversation. And almost all the eulogizing was about the kind of guy. He was in this word that former President George W Bush used in the clip we heard at the outset here decency. You kept hearing it over and over again his decency at his civility. And I thought it was striking that at a time. When people think a lot of that has been lost in the political debate. That's the thing that people kept coming back to when talking about George H W Bush and for you having covered his presidency. Were there any other particular moments during the ceremonies that resonated with you? I think it was it was that that he was an easy person to cover. For in the sense that he was approachable and really was kind of an open book, which you saw is what you got. Also, what struck me was the loyalty of the people who worked for him. I mean, all kinds of people that I hadn't seen in years and years made it back for this occasion. Which says something about the the way they felt about him. You know, there were a lot of jokes about things we used to joke about because, you know, reporters who I was White House reporter that. And there are pretty cynical lot. Usually we talked a lot about how he wasn't exactly silver-tongued. He was not the world's greatest public speaker. He would Bank lists words and use malapropisms frequently and we all joked about that and made fun of him for that..

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George W. Bush says dad was the "best father a son or daughter could have"

Sean Hannity

01:05 min | 2 years ago

George W. Bush says dad was the "best father a son or daughter could have"

"Former President George Hw Bush at Washington's National cathedral. Former President George W Bush was overcome with emotion, the best father, son or daughter. And in our grief by the smile knowing that dad is hugging Robin and holding moms hand, again, George H W Bush is former deputy chief of staff Andy card says the funeral for the former president is a wonderful thing for the world to witness showed

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Here’s the schedule for the George H.W. Bush state funeral

Sean Hannity

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Here’s the schedule for the George H.W. Bush state funeral

"The flag draped casket of former President George Hw Bush arrived at joint base Andrews in Maryland. Shortly after the state funeral at the National Cathedral today in Washington DC. Members of the armed forces carried his casket out of the hearse has hailed the chiefs played to firing cannons. Once in Texas, Mr Bush's body will lie in repose at Saint Martin's episcopal church in Houston for a second funeral is scheduled for tomorrow. His body will then be buried at the George H W Bush presidential library in

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State funeral to honor former US President George H.W. Bush

Morning Edition

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

State funeral to honor former US President George H.W. Bush

"Of foreign leaders showing up for state funerals was one of George Hw Bush Bush's most visible responsibilities during the years he spent as Ronald Reagan's vice President Bush, sometimes joked about the duty saying you die. I fly the globe-trotting statesman and former president will be on the receiving end this morning past and present leaders from throughout the world have flown in to pay their respects dramatic who's personal connections and diplomacy helped broker a peaceful end the Cold War and enforce international order during the first Gulf war. The service will also note Bush's role as a young naval aviator in World War Two commanders of the aircraft carrier that now bears his name will serve as honorary pallbearers, Scott Horsely NPR. News the White House. Former national security adviser Michael Flynn has provided substantial help to the special counsel team. Led by Robert Muller. NPR's? Carrie Johnson reports prosecutors are

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"president george h.w bush" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"president george h.w bush" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"First president George H W Bush presidential proclamation today is a national day of mourning. The federal government is closed and flags are flying at half staff for President Bush's state funeral to be held at the majestic National Cathedral here in Washington. President Trump will join the nation's living former presidents at the service, but he is not scheduled to speak. Eulogies will be delivered by former President George W Bush former Senator Alan Simpson. Former Canadian Prime Minister, Brian Mulroney and presidential historian, Jon Meacham. Greg Clugston, washing tempers have special counsel Robert Muller's team recommending no jail time for former national security adviser. Michael Flynn, prosecutors working with the special counsel released a sentencing memorandum saying that Michael Flynn's cooperation has been substantial and that his record of military and public service sets him apart from all the others. They recommend no prison time for Flynn who pleaded guilty last year. To lying to the FBI regarding conversations about sanctions with Russian ambassador. Correspondent Jackie Quinn. Says Flynn is scheduled to be sentenced on the eighteenth, though, reports have destructive NAMI waves or major damage after a powerful seven point five earthquake struck in southern Pacific near the French territory of New Caledonia, an earlier soon, NAMI warning has been lifted the search for people unaccounted for after the deadliest US wildfire, and at least a century is winding down in northern California with eleven names left on a list that wants approach thirteen hundred and prompted fears that hundreds had died in the flames Wall Street is closed today in honor of the late president, George H W Bush yesterday saw massive selloff with the Dow closing down seven hundred ninety nine points. Nasdaq shed two eighty three more on these stories at townhall dot com. The following is not an actor, but a real life story from trinity debt management. It's probably been about ten years ago. I had quite a few credit cards the interest on the cards was really high. I was making the minimum payments, but barely and it was just getting to be too much. So I called trinity. If you're in debt,.

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"president george h.w bush" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"president george h.w bush" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Thank you for what he gave to the country. I mean Bush in Washington who was key to George H W Bush is win in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight shares his thoughts on the former president Jim awarded the suburban the eagles beat the Redskins keeping their playoff hopes alive. It's mostly cloudy and forty one going up to forty three today. Good morning. I'm Suzanne Monaghan. Our top story at nine thirty one people from all over the world are coming to pay their respects to former president, George H W Bush. CBS news special reports. Mourners have been streaming into the capital rotunda through the night and into this morning. Paying tribute to former president George H W Bush before his flag draped coffin phone his career since nineteen eighty. And I just wanted to be here for him people like that in America anymore. The people that are like that are are fading out. So I just wanna respect is great life. The current president will pay his respects as well. Correspondent major Garrett. President Trump tweeted that he quote is looking forward to being with the Bush family to pay my respects, a White House official tells us that means a meeting today between President Trump first lady, Melania and the entire Bush family. Mr. Trump has just tweeted that he looks forward to being with the wonderful Bush family. He says former First Lady Laura Bush will be visiting the White House morning or MRs Trump will give her a tour of the Christmas decorations. CBS news special report, I'm Deborah Rodriguez. It's nine thirty two and troubles continue on the Roosevelt boulevard. Let's get the latest with Sam and traffic.

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Former US president George HW Bush begins last trip to Washington

Think Realty Radio

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Former US president George HW Bush begins last trip to Washington

"More now on the continued mourning for the nation's forty first president, George H W Bush. This report filed by USA radio's Robin Williams ski. Members of the military honoring George H W Bush, the forty first president of the United States has casket arrives. At the tap. It'll he's the twelve presidents alliance. Stay inside the rotunda. And the public will be able to pay respects until Wednesday a remarkable ceremony as the entire Bush family inside the rotunda, the forty third president of the United States, George W Bush describing his father as a man of the highest character and the best data son or daughter could ask for vice President Mike Pence, I family. And my family and the American people we offer our deepest sympathies. Respects to your family and flags flying at half staff across the country,

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"president george h.w bush" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

Pantsuit Politics

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"president george h.w bush" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

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"president george h.w bush" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

Pantsuit Politics

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"president george h.w bush" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

"Message about friendship. It's like the first buddy movie where you can really start to teach kids. Hey, being buddies doesn't mean you're joined at the hip all the time. And it doesn't even mean that you value some of the things same things in your life. Like it. It is a terrific movie and just tying it back to the conversation. I had with the lease on the nuance life. It's the first time I've been able to like princesses the Princess segment is so well done I needed a tire movie of the Disney Princess section. Can we just do a home where they're hanging out and problem solving in their yoga pants outfits, and their leisurewear I just want I want that whole entire I would wash like a solid two hours of that. I'm just wanna be clear with all the Easter eggs about their different stories. I love that Pocahontas clearly had a win machine in the room. I just loved it. All I want to watch that all the time. I've never in my life wanted more Princess, and I thought I could watch that movie now that I've seen this because it's so reflective it's almost like Disney took a big breath and said, okay, this is all been pretty silly. So let's get real about it. I think Sarah Silverman. Did an outstanding job. I love this character of an LP. I just this is the first time that I have been like, well, no, that's not true mwana. This is the second time that I have thought Disney has really knocked it out of the park. I love all those sort of bittersweet. Let's talk about some hard things. Like, I loved inside out. I think inside out his brilliant. I'll have all the Toy Story movies because I can't is Disney Pixar man there. It's accounts Moana. Like, they're doing some they're doing some really good work over there. We see you. The Leiden us recognizes the light in you, Disney and the good work, you're doing I know you're making a lot of money off of it. It's fine. Because I've I don't have a problem with you making money off the delightful emotional messages, you're sending in these knife. Films. I loved it. Obviously. I find more with Reckitt Ralph in this movie because I was like, no, we all must stay together. Stay the same and everyone that I love must stay next to me and love all the same things. I love at all times in perpetuity. So it was very good message for Sarah to be reminded that no, thanks change, friendships change people change..

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"president george h.w bush" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

Pantsuit Politics

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"president george h.w bush" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

"He wants trade deals to change. No matter what else is happening in the world. And I think that's really frightening and gets to exactly what you were saying Sarah that when we talk about our presidents. We are talking about what our culture values and doesn't value. And I think that that gets t the last piece of this conversation, which is we have some folks who want to make George H W Bush perfection and Saint like in death. We have a whole lot of other. People who won't even here. Just a benign rest in peace about him without going through all of his failures. And I think that hurts us to I think it hurts us when we can't show. Any kind of grace or space for reflection in a person's death. I think it hurts us in getting more people to run for office, especially more people who are temperate and moderate who who who here this kind of discussion. And it's not even you can't please everybody. It's you can't please anyone at any time and not pleasing them. Can't even be kind of a quiet disapproval, but an all out assault on a person. Even in the moment of their death death should be the most connecting experience, we have is human beings. And I think that when we use the death of any former president to start yelling at each other about all of our old fights, we are really damaging ourselves. We hope everybody finds a moment to reflect on the life and legacy of George. Herbert Walker Bush in a way that his grace filled, and we hope that we found a moment here to do that among ourselves. Sara, what's on your mind outside of politics. Okay. Will estate up twelve thirty binge-watching. Bodyguard. I thought it would be a fun show for me nNcholas to watch together. And so we watched the first episode, and I was like this is really good. And then we watched the second episode. And then I think we watched a third episode together one night, and he was like I want to go to bed, but there was a major plot development. I was like just watch the next one to make sure this worked out, okay? And minor. It's not really a spoiler. But just let me say it did not work out. Okay. And so then I was like all in sorry. Finish the whole thing. I said until twelve thirty haven't seen twelve thirty in a long time. I do not regret a thing. It is an excellent show is very intense. If features rob start from game of thrones looking super hot with his Irish accent, which I'm fully invested in. He doesn't even have a beard, and I think he's hot, and we all know how central I usually find a beard to attractiveness, but so good. It's just good. And there's a lot of things, and I can't really talk about without spoiling the plot. But highly highly recommend bodyguard streaming now on Netflix. Okay. So if you don't know anything about bodyguard, tell us genre. Like, what's the what am I showing up for he's like protecting? He's like the secret service for the homeland security cabinet member. Is that they call it the home secretary, okay? You did all this intrigue because they're all these increasing terrorist attacks, and you have some infighting between their life CIA and their FBI. And just there are so many things I cannot talk about. But it is so good y'all got to watch. That sounds awesome. I think I could be in for that. Could I be in for that? Like yes to me about how violent graphic. How many things are going to upset me about it? Klay. There's some explosions there is one trinity graphic shootout saying. But I mean, it's about terrorism. So people die you're saying there's some people that die, but it's appropriate and not gratuitous. Now, it's totally proprio did not gratuitous. But it's very it's the first month after the first episode. I was like. Stress. But like in a good way. Like in an exciting way..

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"president george h.w bush" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

Pantsuit Politics

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"president george h.w bush" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

"That's what's so interesting that all that stuff about Willie Horton as we're having these conversations about how civil he was. I keep thinking I can recognize that particularly the letter that has gone back around and combine that he wrote to Bill Clinton, and I think there's so much of that in his service as a public service, but when he was campaigning. I don't think there's necessarily a lot of an indication of civility. And I think that's that's what I would like to sort of have a conversation about is the understanding of his legacy with regards to the reality of his life and choices because here's what I think I think that. The conversation right now is George Bush was the last of the the, you know, the old school Republicans, and you can trace his loss. And I mean, they literally said this on on the daily you can trace his loss in a straight line to Donald Trump, and this new sort of Republican party, and I wanna push back on that ever so slightly because I think that George Bush is not an indication of anything more or less than the internal struggle of moderates. Okay. Because it's not like the party of Barry Goldwater in the sixties and seventies was just a picture of moderation. You know what I mean? Like, I don't I don't necessarily buy this idea that the Republican party was always sort of a more moderate small government Republican party. I think you always had a base that was pushing a against an indifferent parts in history. And particularly when you look at his life. I was. Thought it was really interesting to hear about his house and Senate races and Texas and the house race he went right during his campaign and campaigned against the Civil Rights Act. He he regretted that later in life and talked about it and his Senate campaign the one that he lost. He got a more conservative democratic opponent than he anticipated. He lost his he can go right enough. And I thought you know, and then you have the when he ran against Reagan. And he said he didn't like any of right. You know, he was for abortion rights, he was against voodoo economics, and then he came out and said odd and say that in like in his campaigns. I think you see not necessarily you do see. There are indications of a change the Republican party. I don't debate that I think what you see is this man who struggled with with being a moderate, and how do you campaign as a moderate? And I don't think that that is something that he figured out. I'm not sure that something anybody's figured out is how do you can't stand up? And how do you get a base to support you when you're when you're argument is I'm just going to go in there and examine the facts and try to do what's right and not. Be driven by ideology. I think that's really hard. I think what's really fascinating with regards to the Willie Horton as you see to moderates coming up against each other. You see caucus and Bush. These two guys are like we just want to do. What's right? We're not going to be driven by this party ideology. But I think that, you know, then Bush made the campaign choices and made choices in his policy to to feed a base to try to maintain his power not because I think that he was some power hungry awful person. I don't really like a lot of some of the sort of reporting that wants to twist some of his choices. I think this is just the struggle of somebody who wants to do the right things gotten public service for Moseley the right reasons, he's not a perfect person. I don't think he would claim that. And I don't think there's any need to argue that. But I think it's just when I when I look back at his life and all these choices he made while campaigning. The choices he made while president the way he talked about being president, particularly the choices he made with regards to the close out of the of the Cold War, and Panama and all these things was just. Like, I said like the internal struggle of a moderate on a national political stage..

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"president george h.w bush" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

Pantsuit Politics

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"president george h.w bush" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

"Because of the things that he's done around taxis and loans and all these other business deals, and I just don't know that that's a great strategy for the president. So it's been really interesting. I'm curious to know what Michael? Has to say. A lot of yet tippety with Michael Cohen centers around lying to congress about a real estate project that the trumps were pursuing while Donald Trump was running for president. I think that's really important because it's so easy as this investigation continues, and the president often sort of what I can only describe as Pige hissy fit on Twitter, which to me, I always seems indicative of like what his lawyers are his lawyers are giving him bad news. So right now we're recording on Monday. And it seems apparent to me that his lawyers gave him some bad news because he got on Twitter and pitch to hissy fit, and you know, when he's doing that. And there's sort of the minutia of the indictments and this and that it's easy to lose track. To me of the overall fact that they have lied from the beginning about their relationship. With russia. So now, we know, you know, in the beginning, they said we had no business with Russia. Oh, nope. But yes, we did all we never had any contact with them. Oh, yes. We did. But it was about adoption well that was alive, but it was about gathering dirt. Oh, but we didn't know anything about WikiLeaks. Open outlooks looks like Roger stone. I mean, like, it's just it's so easy to lose sight of the fact that their narrative about that campaigns interactions with Russia has been completely dishonest from the beginning. And as the Muller investigation concludes. I think we will see the depths at which that dishonesty reaches. It is will only remain to be seen how congress reacts to that dishonesty was reading an article about President Obama. He was speaking somewhere. And he said my administration was the only administration in modern history to have no indictments, and I didn't realize that. And then I started thinking back. I'm like, oh my God. She's right now. I don't know how far he he defines modern history. I don't know if the Carter administration had end documents. But to think those eight years were only the exception to the rule, and that since president Nixon's administration, the idea that corruption reaches the highest levels that you know, we've almost become immune to the idea that. Administrations lie. Members of the administration are indicted regularly members of the campaign. I mean, it's just it's so it's so sad and disturbing that not only can we not follow the threat on the fact that they have lied about their interactions with foreign government. But then that the next question has to be will anybody care will anybody care think that you see that mirrored in our pop culture too because I feel like the new standard has become keep it wasn't like house of cards level. And this story is going to be enormously complicated. Now, some people will see as very simple. And in a way, it is. Right. If there was an interest in personal gain via a foreign government that sets up an opportunity for a foreign government to have a type of influence over the Trump family that they might not even understand. And appreciate. And so that's the high level of it. The details of that are going to be really complicated, and they're mostly going to be financial. And there's probably going to be a lot of dryness to them. And I think that if the alternate story is not. Kind of filled with like murder and intrigue the way, we would we would pay to watch a movie we're going to have a sizeable portion of the country going like President Obama said every administration has issues, and I think that these are really serious issues, despite the fact that they don't feel like the the level of depravity that we entertain ourselves with which is a whole other topic. Why are we in our teen ourselves that way? But I just think it's important to hold onto the fact this is where I always come out when I get too deep into the Miller investigation. The process is working people. Who know what they're doing are doing their work. They're doing that work with oversight. The president would do well to remember that everything that's been filed in the past couple of weeks has been filed under his handpicked acting attorney. General Matthew Whitaker has not put the brakes on this thing. So the process is working..

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"president george h.w bush" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

Pantsuit Politics

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"president george h.w bush" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

"And this is where you have to have a real conversation about values, but we need our leadership and the people negotiating with China to be as interested in them as they are in us. We also wanted to discuss the mini mini developments with regards the Muller investigation. Beth your our resident Muller expert where you at right now what you thinking what you're thinking because we the traditional knowledge. Speaking of things, we got wrong is that there would be sort of a trickle of indictments post-election because they took a pause during the midterms Muller investigation did and we haven't really seen that. So what do you think that is indicative throughout this investigation? My feeling has been there will be more to it than a strident. Trump supporter believes will exist and less than a strident member of the resistance, right? That we would end up. Up somewhere in the relatively unsatisfying middle with this investigation. I think the fact that we didn't see that trickle of indictments following the midterms compels me to believe that that we might land on there being more to this investigation than I thought there would be because I think that if we were going to wrap up with more kind of lying to investigators crimes more white collar, money laundering, sort of crimes from players who those of us who are really invested in politics. Would you know, we would recognize their names, but the general public might not I do think that that would have wrapped up shortly after thanksgiving. The fact that is extended causes me to wonder if we will not see indictments of more prominent people perhaps members of the Trump family. I still don't know the president himself will ever face any kind of criminal charge or even charges within the house of representatives. And the Senate I do not think of Bob Muller is a person who thrives on drama the way the president does. So I really think that if he could have wrapped this up. He would have wrapped it up, but the developments recently are that Paul Manafort has breached his plea agreement by lying to the molar team. Can I just stop coming to stop for a second? Paul manafort. I feel like we need to have a conversation about choices in much the same way. I have conversations with my children choices have consequences. Somebody needs to sit down and have a conversation with him about this. Sorry. I just need to get that off my chest. I think somebody may be needed to have that conversation with him quite a few years ago. My feeling about Paul Manafort is that if you look at the people who have paid his bills for a very long time. It could be that American prison is one of the best of his options. He is wanted for questioning in Ukraine. He, you know, there are people in Russia who do not want what Paul Manafort knows being shared with the world. And I just imagined that he at this point in his life has made choices meaning that he has very few good choices left. Homerun them. And I I do not say that with even a hint of shot in Florida or something I hate that. Like, it makes me sick to my stomach when I really think about it. I don't care enough about him to have shout in Florida. That's how I feel about him. I just don't care enough. I don't care enough to wish bad things on him. I do not wish bad things on him. I I wish for him to cooperate in this investigation to the extent that it aids in tree finding and other than that. I wish him the best that is available to him under the circumstances. The other development is that Michael Cohen who was the president's. I'm just gonna use the word consultant because I think everything we've learned has indicated that he he was his lawyer, but not really doing legal work, and that matters because what is shared between a person and their lawyer is usually protected by the attorney client privilege, but I don't think most of what was shared between Trump and Cohen is going to be protected by privilege because of the nature of work that he was doing, but he has pled guilty to charges and is cooperating now with the Muller team. And the president has not reacted well to that and has referred to him as a weak person. Who's trying to get his sentence reduced to making up? Terrible lies who should go to prison forever..

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"president george h.w bush" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

Pantsuit Politics

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"president george h.w bush" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

"And so that's how he creates pressure. He creates suffering and then says, okay, let's make a deal to alleviate suffering. Now, I think that is a dated approach that harms a lot of people in the process, and that we should evolve to do better than that. But it is still affective in some circumstances. I think it's possible that he will get this deal through congress despite a lot of heartburn about it because what he has said is I'm terminating NAFTA. So you can have the new deal that I negotiated or we can have nothing, and that's fine with me to those are your two options. And that is not the way that I like to work. It is not the kind of leadership that I want to support it probably will be effective. Well, I can see how it would be effective with Mexico and Canada. I do not think it will be affected with China. Now, I think that they have pushed pause on this trade war because everybody was feeling the effects. I think that the Chinese economy was feeling the effects, but I don't see a lot of promises from China coming from this delay, basically they've delayed and they're going to say they have a ninety day deadline to reach a new deal. There is a little bit of progress because China insisted no deals would be made while the current tariffs were in place, and they at least made a deal to push pause while the tariffs stayed in place. Because Trump was was threatening an increase on the tariffs tariffs to twenty five percent from the current ten percent. So I don't know if it was fear that he would make good on that. But china. And the United States don't have the capacity to just sort of do the a little bit. Like, I don't care. I don't I don't care. What happens? I mean. He can't play that card. I think in this sort of trade dispute, I think you see that and the truce they've both negotiated that we are inextricably linked. We need to sell a lot of our agricultural products to China. I think it really interesting side note of this considering your conversation with brand is there are there's a lot of development in the Chinese auto industry that they want to get involved in the American auto industry. They wanna come over in sort of be a player in the way that the Japanese were in the eighties and nineties another interesting tie into the Bush presidency, which we're gonna talk about in our main segment, and so I think that that might have worked with NAFTA. This idea of do it or don't do it. I don't care is not going to work with China. And that's what this pause, and the this truth sort of speaks to I think, that's right. I think China is much more fascinated with an attuned to our culture than we. Are with theirs and in the long run, that's really problematic for us. Yeah. I think approaching China in the same way that you would approach a Mexico or Canada where we have shared geography, we have a lot of shared culture. It's a really different situation with China and China has spent decades learning about us and studying us like animals in the wild, right? And I think we have been very dismissive of China exactly as you said, we felt like China was missing democracy in missing all of these ingredients necessary to thrive in a modern economy. I did not say that with admiration for the Chinese government. I still think that democracy is a better way than what is happening in China. And I think that the way China conducts itself in the world is often abhorrent. I think what happens is in terms of the suppression of speech and information in China is terrible. I also think the reality is China is continuing to push forward, quite successfully. By economic metrics in spite of all of that, maybe because of all of that..

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"president george h.w bush" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

Pantsuit Politics

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"president george h.w bush" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

"Your podcast players. So today we wanted to start off with lots of trade news. The president has just concluded the g twenty in Argentina before he went to the g twenty the president and the president of Canada and Mexico signed a new trade agreement extensively to replace NAFTA. The US Mexico agreement he's very proud of this. And so we wanted to talk about that a little bit. And then while at the G twenty he had a sit down with president Xi Jinping of China to talk about the impending trade war between our two countries in. And says that they have a deal. I think what they have is a deal to make a deal. But we'll discuss that as well. Well, the NAFTA deal is kind of interesting timing because that was signed by President Bush. So there's lots of this is what it was is what it's going to be. He's he campaigned against NAFTA. He has never liked NAFTA. And while I think there are some important changes in this trade deal. I mean, the the most interesting thing is that it's not like it's a done deal. It has to be ratified by congress. And I think that's a pretty big lift, I think it's a big lift to most people are saying that this agreement has some significant changes from NAFTA it modernizes sections of NAFTA related intellectual property while there are some decent things environmentally in this trade deal. I'm gonna Lincoln article that analyzes the agreement purely from an environmental perspective vox has been pretty complimentary of the deal based on its treatment of labor. There are a lot more rights for Mexican workers in particular. Lead in the agreement. So it seems not bad. But I do think that it's going to be a big lift in congress. Well, this is something I've been thinking about a lot and has a good transition to the deal to make a deal that he reached with the president of China, which is I have been wondering based on some interesting reporting coming from the New York Times, they did a big piece that will put in the show notes about everything we got wrong about China. How we totally underestimated the capacity for economic development considering that they were not democratic nation. We told ourselves that the only way to get a piece of the growing economic pie was to democratize and be a liberal democracy. And that just wasn't true. We were totally wrong about that. And I think a lot about what else are we wrong about right now with regards to the global economy with regards to a lot of things, and you know, before Trump was president, we spent a lot of time on this podcast. A lot of people spend a lot of time and still talk. About how our institutions are outdated. How they're not ready for the twenty first century and all his challenges. And I thought what are we getting wrong about the chaos, he brings what are we getting wrong about the fact that you can create a lot of change from chaos and disruption. What if there are good things to come from this incredibly chaotic president who is often misinformed and dishonest and all the negative things that he brings in the disruption he brings but then other people come to the table. And I think this could be the case with NAFTA and say, okay. Well, now that you understand that we're not on firm footing. What do we all willing to look at with fresh eyes? Like what positive could come from that? Maybe there is positive things that could come from that maybe the consequences of Donald Trump presidency are not all negative. You know, human beings are not great at predicting the future. We're not great at seeing where we're wrong, and I'm trying to really think through particularly in our trade relationships. What we could gain from disruption, and maybe NAFTA, the new NAFTA is a sign of that. I think that what this president understands. Well, is that most change is not made without suffering..

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President George Hw Bush, Barbara Bush And Jim Ryan discussed on Jeff Katz

Jeff Katz

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

President George Hw Bush, Barbara Bush And Jim Ryan discussed on Jeff Katz

"Casket bearing the body of former President George Hw Bush will lie in state at the capitol until Wednesday state funeral ABC's. Jim Ryan is in Houston where Mr Bush's passing has hit hard. To the strains of hail to the chief Mr Bush's final trip to Washington begins lining, the streets and highways were ordinary people who might never have met the forty first president. But felt they knew him. We were raised as Democrats, but he was the Republican that you never knew any different he treated everyone. The same on your Morgan says the death of Barbara Bush earlier this year of her husband on Friday leaves a hole in the fabric of the community. They adopted decades

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Former US president George H.W. Bush dead at 94

KSTE Programming

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Former US president George H.W. Bush dead at 94

"Pay their respects as Bush will lie in state the capital rotunda in Washington DC through Wednesday world leaders say they are saddened by the death of an elder statesman. They call their friend for Vice President Dick Cheney is remembering former President Bush as a consequential leader is knowledge of foreign leaders people he'd worked with over the years is understanding that the military is willingness to support the military. He was the great leader Cheney who served as Bush's vice president talked about their relationship on Fox News Sunday, he said in his opinion, though, quote, and maybe biased the Bush administration was about the most quote successful national security foreign affairs defense team that he ever experience. Bush died Friday at the age of ninety four US Senator Charles Schumer wants Marriott to foot the Bill for people who. Passport information was compromised in a massive

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George H.W. Bush stood out as tough negotiator on world stage

WBZ Afternoon News

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

George H.W. Bush stood out as tough negotiator on world stage

"Stories now former President, George Hw Bush is being remembered as a respected political statesman and a man of uncommon decency and kindness. He died Friday night at his Houston home at age ninety four he'll be honored with a state funeral at the National Cathedral in Washington on Wednesday. Followed by burial Thursday on the grounds of his presidential

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World leaders remember George H.W. Bush

WCBS Programming

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

World leaders remember George H.W. Bush

"Reports a world reacts to the death of former President George Hw Bush. Here's Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, President Bush steered the United States and the world to a peaceful transition that the end of the Cold War. And to the expansion of democracy with more here. She Bs news correspondent, Omar Villafranca. Condolences poured in from leaders around the world from the United Kingdom to the Netherlands and Russia. Bill Clinton who beat Bush in the nineteen ninety two presidential election and later shared a close friendship with him said few Americans have been or ever will be able

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Trump cancels G-20 news conference citing "respect" for Bush family

Investor's Edge

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Trump cancels G-20 news conference citing "respect" for Bush family

"Here's more from USA's. Rick Vincent, President Trump at the g twenty seven in Buenos Aires tweeted, import but out of respect for the Bush family and former President George Hw Bush. He'll wait until after the funeral to have the press conference at the summit. Trump said Bush was very fine, man. Gatien? Who truly loves his best games? Loud. Terrific. Very. Vice

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Trump cancels G-20 news conference citing "respect" for Bush family

KNX Programming

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Trump cancels G-20 news conference citing "respect" for Bush family

"Lone holdout, President Trump cancelled a news conference. And what does he tweeted that it was out of respect for the Bush family eats an abrupt schedule change at the g twenty for President Trump? He'll no longer conduct a planned press conference. He says on Twitter he decided to cancel it out of respect for former President, George Hw Bush and his family. Instead, Mr. Trump says a press conference will take place

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New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq to close Wednesday for Bush mourning day; Trumps to attend funeral

WCBS Programming

01:01 min | 2 years ago

New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq to close Wednesday for Bush mourning day; Trumps to attend funeral

"And Barack Obama will be featured in a special report with CBS's, Nora O'Donnell. You can catch it right here starting at seven o'clock again tomorrow night, we're waiting to find out more about the funeral arrangements. And for now, we do know, President Trump and first lady Melania will be an added in attendance at the National Cathedral in DC four memorial. Will service? The president was not invited to Barbara Bush's funeral about eight months ago, but he will be attending this one out of respect for the Bush family. The president also decided to cancel a plan. News conference today in Argentina at the g twenty summit CBS's Steve Dorsey is there the president has cancelled a planned press conference, you're on windows IRAs, citing the death of former President, George Hw Bush. He's still scheduled to meet with Chinese president Xi Jinping to discuss treed before returning to the US later tonight ahead of his meeting with China's President, Mr Trump's seemed to signal some optimism discussing

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President George H W Bush, President Trump And Bush Family discussed on The Takeout with Major Garrett

The Takeout with Major Garrett

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

President George H W Bush, President Trump And Bush Family discussed on The Takeout with Major Garrett

"President George H W Bush who passed away at the age of ninety four is being remembered around the world today, President Trump offering his condolences. We get the latest from ABC news. President Trump commenting on the passing of former President George Hw Bush who died last night at the age of ninety four the president tweeted that he had been looking forward to having a press conference before leaving Argentina. But he said that he would be postponing it until after the funeral of former President George Hw Bush out of respect for the Bush family. In a statement, Trump said, Bush's example, lives on and will continue to stir future Americans to pursue a greater cause the president is speaking to George W Bush to offer his condolences, and he and the first lady will attend Bush's state funeral at the National Cathedral in Washington

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George H.W. Bush Dies at 94

Dark Secret Place

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

George H.W. Bush Dies at 94

"What's happening. Just Dan former President George Hw Bush who spent a lifetime in public service and as the nation's leader scoring the decisive victory of Saddam Hussein. But that'll the faltering economy has died tonight. At the age of ninety four family spokesperson person says Mr Bush shortly after ten pm Friday about eight months after the death of his wife, Barbara Bush. He is survived by five children, including former President, George

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"president george h.w bush" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"president george h.w bush" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"CBS news on the hour. With Jeff, glor- preset, advice ZipRecruiter, for Wednesday afternoon the White House says it was not an order. Just, his opinion when President Trump tweeted that attorney general Jeff, Sessions should end the, Russia, probe being conducted by, special counsel, Robert. Muller CBS Bill Rakoff. Reports from Washington the president is not obstructing he's. Fighting back White House, press secretary. Sarah Sanders says the president's tweet this. Morning that the Muller investigation is standing the country is. Not an appropriate nor should it be. A surprise he's been I think crystal clear about how he feels. About this investigation from the beginning Sanders acknowledges that the president is frustrated there's a reason that. The president's. Angry and frankly most of America is angry as well and there's no reason he shouldn't be able to voice. That opinion Bill Rakoff CBS news Washington Houston police have issued a rest worn for, a sixty two year old Joseph James Pappas the suspect in the killing of former President George h.w Bush doctors authorities. Believe Levy held a twenty year grudge against Dr Mark house next campuses mother had been a patient. Of his and she died during surgery federal officials. Say three Ukrainians involved in a prolific cybercrime organization, called Finn seven have been arrested US attorney in hey says they heck, more than one, hundred companies in the US. And around the world they. Use now we're tools to, reach into. More than three thousand six hundred business locations across the country that resulted in. The loss of over fifteen million, payment cards the total loss so. Far from. This conduct is in the tens of millions of dollars California. Governor Jerry Brown. Says the state will spend whatever it. Takes to fight wildfires that have wiped out more, than a thousand homes and killed eight. People so far Ken Pimlott is the director of Cal fire the. State fire, agency since, this fire, siege began in July we've been tracking sixteen major fires in the. State, since this began over three hundred and twenty thousand acres, have burned in the, siege, in Investigators in Mexico. Are working, to determine if a gust of wind and possibly hail caused an aero Mexico jetliner. To crash is, it, tried to take off yesterday CBS news transportation correspondent Kris van cleave reports it is simply amazing. That, everyone on board survived you're talking about a plane that just takes off and almost immediately encounter something that causes its wing to dip the wing strikes. The ground which brings the plane down it comes to arrest people immediately began getting out, it's loaded, with fuel that, eventually catches fire while people are evacuating passengers and crew are helping each other to get out of this plane everybody gets out. Alive there were some injuries including the pilot and an eight year old girl. Who suffered burns we will have much, more video of that plane trying to take off and then crashing on tonight's CBS evening news as the investigation continues this is CBS news ZipRecruiter the smartest way to hire ZipRecruiter's technology finds qualified candidates for businesses of. All sizes, try it for free at ZipRecruiter. Dot com slash free.

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"president george h.w bush" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"president george h.w bush" Discussed on KTOK

"A second night of vigils I'm Carmen Roberts Fox News an outpouring, of sympathy at a candlelight prayer vigil last. Night for the seventeen people who died in a duck boat accident in Branson Missouri That she just, touch Touch us love one for the second. Night in the community hundreds of people showed up at the launch site by the lake Of course like last night we spread the motor Investigators continue to. Gather information about why the tourist duck boats sank and whether the company which owns it knew. About the, impending storm that led to the tragedy A gunman on a bicycle murders a cardiologists who wants treated former President George h.w Bush police in Houston say, that Dr Mark hush necked was riding a bicycle on campus of Houston's medical center yesterday when a man, on a bicycle past him turned and fire two shots the former president issued a statement offering his condolences. And saying that he'll always be grateful for the doctors exceptional and compassionate care police in Canada say they've identified the last known victim of a suspected serial killer Bruce MacArthur was arrested in January. After investigation, into the disappearances of several men in Toronto's gay neighborhood police found the remains of my g Kayhan. After searching a ravine in the Mallory crescent neighborhood. Police say there is no, evidence to suggest there are any further remains of other victims at any other locations MacArthur has been charged with. Eight counts of murder he's doing court next week Lisa lacerra Fox News and found the beloved Les Dr Robin Williams will get a chance to own some of his personal effects the. Hollywood reporter says many of the actors items will. Go up for auction this, fall at Sotheby's Fox News.

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"president george h.w bush" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"president george h.w bush" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Outpouring of sympathy at a candlelight and prayer vigil last night for the seventeen people who died in a duck boat. Accident in Branson Missouri Touch Love one for the second night in the. Community hundreds of people showed up at the launch site by the lake Of course like last night Investigators continue to gather information about why. The tourist duck boat sank and whether the company which owns it knew about the impending storm. That led, to the tragedy A gunman on a bicycle murders cardiologists who wants treated former President George h.w Bush police in Houston say that Dr Mark hush necked was riding a bicycle on campus of Houston's medical center yesterday when a man, on a bicycle past him turned and fired two shots at former president issued a statement offering his condolences. And saying that he'll always be grateful for the doctors exceptional and compassionate care police in Canada say they've identified the last known victim of a suspected serial killer Bruce MacArthur was arrested in January. After investigation, into the disappearances of several men in Toronto's gay neighborhood police down the remains of my g Kayhan. After searching a ravine in the Mallory crescent neighborhood. Police say there is no, evidence to suggest there are any further remains of other victims at any other locations MacArthur has been charged with. Eight counts of murder he's doing court next week Lisa lacerra Fox News and of the beloved Les Dr Robin Williams will get a chance to own some of his personal effects the. Hollywood reporter says many of the actors items will. Go up for auction this, fall at Sotheby's Fox.

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