George H.W. Bush

George H.W. Bush Letters Read By Family And Friends

George H.W. Bush’s letters reveal how the former president felt throughout his lifetime. The letters encompass personal milestones, time spent fighting for freedom during World War II, and professional accomplishments.

Videos of family and friends reading George Bush’s letters reveal the emotional impact the handwritten missives still brings to those the former president holds dear.

All the Best, George Bush: My Life in Letters and Other Writings includes love letters sent his wife Barbara and political notes to royalty. Granddaughter Jenna Bush Hager chatted with folks on the receiving end of the letters from America’s 41st president on the Today show.

Former first lady Barbara Bush read aloud from a letter George H.W. Bush sent her over four decades ago. The love letter begins with, “Let’s see Bar, 42 years ago this minute I was a nervous wreck.” The wedding anniversary letter goes on to detail what a happy and grateful man he was, going so far as to call himself the luckiest guy in the entire world.

The letter read by the former first lady also addressed how fortunate the couple was at that very moment to have a lot of friends, no real enemies, and a quiet faith that spurred their strength.

The old George H.W. Bush love letter recalls that, while the happy couple did not have any real enemies, there were some who weren’t “exactly rooting hard” hard for them. The letters showcase both the former president’s loving and humorous side.

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