41st U.S. President Passes, Nation Devastated

December 7, 2018

Former president George H.W. Bush’s funeral will be held today at the Washington National Cathedral. President Bush died on November 30, 2018 at the age of 94 years old. He was the longest living president and vice president in history. He will be remembered for his success as president as well as a father and husband.


While in office, President Bush dealt with many things involving foreign affairs. He had much success on the international stage throughout the duration of his presidency. He fixed the policy with Central America as well restoring a democracy in Panama. George Bush served one term as president from 1989-1993.

America will mourn the loss of President Bush in the weeks to come. December 5 will be the National Day of Mourning for President Bush in years to come. The former president’s dog was introduced into his life during the last six months, and he stood by his side even in death

Bush’s dog’s name is Sully. It was named after a pilot named Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger who maneuvered his aircraft to a safe landing on the Hudson River and became a national hero. The dog is a golden labrador that Bush received as a service dog about six months ago.

George H.W. Bush’s legacy will live on forever in the United States. Bush was a great man with a great plan. He affected America in many ways, and the country will always appreciate what he did. He will be missed by his friends and family, but his time here came to an end, and will now be laid to rest.

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