Transcript for 'This Week' Web Extra: George P. Bush on His Grandfather's Legacy
What's it like walking by stature your your grandfather. Well. He's a man I admire and obviously it's inspired me this thing about public service and a thing about his military service and think about all these given our great country and a lot of kind backs the librarians. Reliving a lot of memories including him jumping out of two perfectly fine planes. But eighty and ninety if you. But and who knows he may be doing and again that it got five. But just amazing man and I think a credible case state leadership. At the end of the day what's the legacy of George Herbert Walker Bush. I think its service service to country. Dating back to when his sixteen years old. Serving in our our great navy. World War II in the Pacific theater. But not to mention is civilian activities and as a businessman in starting his dream west Texas and the oil patch from England and and the rest really is history. I had a chance this campaign is good to a lot of his original stomping grounds and in Houston and Midland Odessa. But you name it and just huge huge shoes to fill as you can see there big.
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