SUMMARY: 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.
"How President George H.W. Bush ‘saw things differently’" PBS NewsHour 12/4/2018
SUMMARY: As Americans pay their respects to former President George H.W. Bush, we speak with some of the political colleagues who knew him best. Andy Card his former deputy chief of staff, and former Sen. Tom Harkin (D-Iowa) join Judy Woodruff to discuss Bush’s ‘courageous’ commitment to the Americans with Disabilities Act and his remarkable ability to build relationships across party lines.
"Untold anecdotes of George H.W. Bush" PBS NewsHour 12/5/2018
George H.W. Bush, the Anti-Trump.
SUMMARY: It's difficult to sum up an entire life in a memorial service, no matter how grand. New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd, Presidential historian Michael Beschloss, Bush family friend David Bates, and Margaret Warner [formerly NewsHour] who covered the President on the campaign trail and is now a senior fellow at Yale University, join Judy Woodruff to share their personal stories of President George H.W. Bush.