President George W. Bush is a grandfather, again.
George W. Bush hands former first lady Michelle Obama a piece of candy in a moment at at funeral for George H.W. Bush.
A moment between former first families has gone viral -- as former President George W. Bush is caught passing a piece of candy to former First Lady Michelle Obama during a memorial service for late Sen. John McCain.
Former President George W. Bush said John McCain, "detested the abuse of power" and hailed the senator's "combination of courage and decency." He added that "To the face of those in authority, John McCain would insist that we are better than this, America is better than this." Bush said the Arizona senator's absence is tangible, "like the silence after a mighty roar."
John McCain's daughter opened his memorial service with a tearful and impassioned tribute, posing her father's legacy as a direct challenge to President Donald Trump.
John McCain, who suffered more than five years as a prisoner of war in Vietnam before going on to serve in the U.S. Senate for decades, will be remembered during a service at the Washington National Cathedral on Saturday.
Sen. John McCain was honored at the U.S. Capitol Rotunda as members of Congress and the public came to pay their respect.
Former first lady Barbara Bush is in failing health, according to a Bush family spokesperson.
President Donald Trump's decision to refocus on America's longest war continues to garner reaction.