Melania Trump, Obamas and Clintons Made A Historic Picture at Barbara Bush’s Funeral (PHOTO)
Yesterday, First Lady Melania Trump attended the funeral of Barbara Bush the wife of George H. W. Bush, who was the 41st President of the United States. Melania attended the funeral without her husband President Donald Trump, but she was surrounded by her husband’s political opponents.
Via Yahoo Lifestyle: “A major moment occurred at St. Martin’s Episcopal Church in Houston on Saturday when former presidents, their wives, and current first lady Melania Trump gathered to say goodbye to the former first lady Barbara Bush. The matriarch of the Bush family passed away at the age of 92 on Tuesday.
Richard Grenell, formerly the U.S. spokesman at the United Nations and the national security spokesman for Mitt Romney, shared a historic photo gathering almost all of the living former presidents — George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, and George H.W. Bush — and first ladies Laura Bush, Hillary Clinton, and Michelle Obama. Also joining the photo? Current first lady Melania Trump, posing arm in arm with Michelle. The group is smiling and relaxed, likely after the celebration of Barbara Bush’s life.
Melania Trump honored former first lady Barbara Bush with several touching posts on her Instagram account. Of the service, she wrote, “What a beautiful tribute to a wonderful woman.”
All politics aside, it is a beautiful, historic picture. That picture proves that two different sides can come together in civil discourse. Kindness and respect go a long way.
Again I am proud of the First Lady.
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