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George H.W. Bush, a man of 'lovely, sweet reticence'

Clip: 12/03/2018 | 9m 58s

As the nation mourns George H.W. Bush, we share some personal reflections. Amna Nawaz speaks with USA Today’s Washington bureau chief, Susan Page, who's writing a biography of Barbara Bush; Peter Roussel, now a professor at Sam Houston State University and previously a Bush press secretary; and Christopher Buckley, a novelist who served as chief speechwriter for Bush when he was vice president.

Aired: 12/03/18

Rating: NR

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