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George HW Bush Concerned ‘No One Would Come’ To His Funeral

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On the day that thousands of people waited hours to pay their respects to late President George H. W. Bush as he lay in state…
On the day that thousands of people waited hours to pay their respects to late President George H. W. Bush as he lay in state in the Capitol Rotunda, his spokesman revealed the 41st president of the United States had concerns that no one would attend his funeral.
Apparently, the senior George Bush was worried how people would react to his death.
Bush’s spokesman Jim McGrath revealed on December 4 that Mr. Bush once feared that no one would show up to his funeral.
“Briefed in 2011 about his funeral and lying in state, the 41st President asked with typical humility, ‘Do you think anyone will come?’” McGrath tweeted alongside a touching photo from the service for the late former leader. “Tonight, people are waiting hours to pay their respects.”
People Magazine reported that thousands of people had lined up during the days of December 3 and 4 to pay their respects to the man who served his country in several key capacities for 76 of his 94 years.
His body had been lying in state at the U. S. Capitol Rotunda since Monday.
The 41st president’s body will remain on the Lincoln Catafalque in the Capitol Rotunda through Wednesday.

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