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George W. Bush eulogizes his father with laughter and tears: ‘A genuinely optimistic man’

first_imgBut that tone of respect will hardly erase what has been the president’s overwhelmingly hostile posture towards the Bush family, the Obamas and the Clintons, both from the campaign trail and since taking office.While both the president and the first lady met privately with members of the Bush family Tuesday, as recently as last week, Trump shared an image with his millions of Twitter followers that called for Obama and Clinton to be jailed and investigated for “treason.”Even so, the service itself is not expected to carry some of the more political overtones that were present in the service for former Sen. John McCain this year, that included multiple instances like the eulogy from McCain’s daughter Meghan McCain that seemed to take veiled shots at Trump himself.Eulogies in Bush’s funeral will be delivered by his son, former President George W. Bush, Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney and historian Jon Meacham. Trump was not asked to deliver a eulogy, marking a departure from the most recent state funerals for Ronald Reagan, Gerald Ford and Richard Nixon, where both George W. Bush and Bill Clinton delivered eulogies as acting presidents.Upon the conclusion of the service, the president’s remains will be transported by Air Force One to Houston, and will lie in repose at the St. Martin’s Episcopal Church, where Bush and his wife Barbara first became members in 1959.There will be a funeral service at the church on Thursday before Bush’s remains are transported by train to the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum at Texas A&M University, where he will be interred alongside his wife Barbara. Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — President George H.W. Bush once said about his funeral and lying in state, “Do you think anyone will come?”On Wednesday, after thousands of teary-eyed visitors waited hours in the December cold to pay their respects to the late president in the U.S. Capitol Rotunda as he lay in state, hundreds of dignitaries, heads of state and family members gathered at the Washington National Cathedral for a state funeral honoring the life of former President George H.W. Bush, answering his humble question with resounding affirmation.The final eulogy came from the son who followed in his footsteps, George W. Bush, the 43rd president who often referred to his father endearingly as “41.”“He was a genuinely optimistic man,” said Bush, recounting stories, as others did, that made the those gathered react with knowing laughter.“Of course, he wasn’t perfect,” Bush said. “The man couldn’t stomach vegetables,” especially broccoli, he said, adding it was a genetic trait he’d passed along to his children.As he neared the end, he broke down as he described H.W. Bush as “the best father a son or daughter could have.”He told the story of the last conversation he had with his father, which ended with the late president’s last words.“Dad I love you and you’ve been a wonderful father,” Bush said he told his father.“And the last words he would ever say on earth were ‘I love you, too,’” Bush said. His father, who died last Friday at age 94, has been memorialized among a bipartisan chorus of voices since his death for his commitment to national service and dedication to his family. His funeral service at the National Cathedral marked a rare and very public gathering of the nation’s living presidents and first ladies. The last time the Bush, Clinton, Trump and Obama families were at the same public event was in January 2017, at Trump’s inauguration.President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump entered the cathedral before 11 a.m. Trump handed his coat to a member of the military before sitting down beside his wife, who sat next to the Obamas on the end of the row. Next to the Obamas sat the Clintons and the Carters. The president and the Clintons didn’t exchange greetings, though both Trump and the first lady said hello to the Obamas.While the presidents, first ladies and hundreds of Washington power figures gathered at the cathedral, the city of Washington watched as the motorcade carrying the remains of the 41st president left the Capitol for a final time. The Bush family stood with their hands on their hearts as the casket was carried slowly down the Capitol steps as a military band played “Nearer My God to Thee.” A hearse then began the drive to the cathedral past streets lined with mourners.The first eulogist, historian and Bush biographer Jon Meacham, told the story of a 20-year-old George H.W. Bush surviving being shot down during World II. “For the rest of his life, he asked, almost daily: ‘Why me? Why was I spared?’ The rest of his life was spent proving himself worthy of that salvation, Meacham said.He called him, “America’s last great soldier-statesman.”“An imperfect man, he left us a more perfect union.”Other eulogies came from former Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney, who spoke of Bush as a world leader.“Every single person knew you were dealing with a gentleman,” he said.Former Wyoming GOP Sen. Alan Simpson, an old friend, spoke of the many laughs they shared — and promised not to speak too long.“Relax,” he told the gathering. “George told me I only had 10 minutes.”Simpson joked that Bush had a good sense of humor — one he “never lost” — despite never being able to remember a punch line.“Humor is a universal solvent against the abrasive elements of life,” Simpson said. That’s what humor is.”Bush “never hated anyone,” he said.Simpson recalled how Bush, while campaigning, once walked up to a mannequin to shake hands. “You never know,” Simpson said Bush replied.The program itself is largely reflective of Bush’s own service in the military, and will include full state’s honors and performances by the U.S. Marine Chamber Orchestra, the Armed Forces Chorus, the Air Force Singing Sergeants and the “President’s Own” Marine Band, among others.It will mark a contrast to the funeral service scheduled for Thursday after the president’s return to Texas, which is said to feature friends of the family from “west of the Mississippi” and includes performances from the Oak Ridge Boys and Reba McEntire.The attendee list at the national service is a bipartisan cadre of current and former heads of state, and will be the first time that President Trump is in the same room as all the former living presidents, as well as his defeated 2016 campaign rival, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.President Trump’s public statements about Bush since his passing and the White House’s coordination of the service have largely received praise for striking a tone of respect and being in alignment with his predecessors’ handling of state funerals. The Office of George H. W. Bush thanks The President and First Lady, their White House staff, and the Congressional leadership from both parties — and their staff — for their amazing support as we attempt to give this great and good man the send-off he surely deserves. #Bush41 https://t.co/yKLBYpVUv3— Jim McGrath (@jgm41) December 4, 2018last_img

Wisconsin woman keeps dead mother in tub for months so she can collect her money

first_imgaijohn784/iStock(GREEN BAY, Wis.) — A woman in Wisconsin has been charged with hiding the body of her dead mother in the basement of her home so she could continue collecting her mother’s social security checks and dividends. Deputies arrived at the home of Ruby Bergold, 89, of Marinette County, Wisconsin last week to do a welfare check after a neighbor called authorities to say that Ruby’s daughter Paula Ann Bergold, 59, had been collecting Ruby’s mail and that Paula was “being evasive to where Ruby might be,” according to ABC’s Green Bay affiliate station WBAY-TV.Officers approached the home and noticed “an odor of decay” as well as a note taped to the 89-year-old woman’s door that said “Ruby has gone out to visit some friends of ours. Paula.” They also discovered packets of mothballs by each door and a “large amount of mothballs in the back of the vehicle that was parked in the driveway,” according to the criminal complaint.Paula Bergold then arrived at the scene and, when questioned by authorities, insisted that her mother was out of town and told the officers they could enter the premises and see for themselves. Officers found a series of suspicious items such as a chair covered in Borax along with several boxes of ammonium, bleach and barn lime — but no signs of Ruby.When questioned by the police she then admitted that she didn’t kill her mother but had kept her body and her corpse was located in a tub in the basement. “When her mother’s body began to smell, Paula decided to get the container from the basement. She placed Ruby’s body inside and dragged it down to the basement and placed it where it was found. Paula said she put Borax on the chair and her mother’s body due to the bad smell,” the criminal complaint obtained by WBAY said.Investigators were only able to identify that it was Ruby through the serial number on her pacemaker. Paula had been living off of her mother’s social security, stocks and dividends in the time since her death. Bergold was arrested last week and charged with Hiding a Corpse, Failure to Report Death, and Obstructing an Officer and is currently in jail after the court set a cash bond of $10,000. She will next appear in court on Oct. 7. Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img

Man convicted of cyberstalking, threatening Parkland victims’ families

first_imgBroward County Sheriffs Office(PARKLAND, Fla.) — A 22-year-old man was convicted Tuesday of cyberstalking and sending threats over social media to families of the Parkland shooting victims. Brandon Fleury used 13 Instagram accounts — which had aliases including alleged Parkland gunman Nikolas Cruz and serial killer Ted Bundy — to target families and friends of Parkland victims from December 2018 to January, federal prosecutors in Florida said.Seventeen students and staff were shot dead at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, on Feb. 14, 2018, allegedly by Cruz, a former student. Cruz is awaiting trial.Some messages from Fleury were sent from the username “the.douglas.shooter” and had a profile picture of Cruz, prosecutors said.One message said: “With the power of my AR-15, I take your loved ones away from you PERMANENTLY.” On Fleury’s tablets, authorities found images of the targeted victims, screenshots of messages sent to victims as well as photos of Bundy, prosecutors said.Fleury, of Santa Ana, California, was convicted of interstate cyberstalking and interstate transmission of a threat to kidnap, prosecutors said. He faces a maximum of 20 years in prison. Sentencing is set for Dec. 2.Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.last_img

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