Transcript for George H.W. Bush arrives at presidential library for private burial
The train carrying. President George H. W. Bush Union Pacific 4141. He's pulling now into the station you see it there in College Station, Texas after that seventy mile ride. From Houston tests that Texas. For the final ceremony to celebrate. America's 41 president. Before he's buried next to his wife Barbara. On the grounds the George H. W. Bush library in College Station there you see it was like inside that train. That made the slow track. From Houston to College Station. Many cars that route we're Lima people on this cold and damp. To say farewell. To the. Present me texas'. Again that herds of moving into position and about two. Have an honor guard take the president out and proceed very solemnly across that broke. Pass upon that. Was stocked with catfish for the president who embrace cat fishing even. Fished out of it. Just a couple of hours ago and it's one of the things it still remarkably good here Donna are right now. Is that dissonance between the stiff president we are reviewing the man who was so loosened so friendly. Robertson in effect closeup of tourists every question or questions unmistakable it's the story of life. Actually I was. With the Barbara Bush and Jenna and Barbara were talking about who's going to be the matriarch now. And they're saying they couldn't be. You people make consists of a corpse. And and she's good news considering that but you know you can use extra innings losing. Hey Karl it's even knowing good now. Very. The family of the bush family. And now going to say their final private goodbyes. Grandfather. Their great grandfather. And so over. Farewell Mr. President thank you for your service and your example. And it.
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