WASHINGTON | Bush saluted by CIA comrades; service dog Sully comes, too
WASHINGTON — The CIA honored its old boss, the only spy chief to become president, with visits to George H.W. Bush’s flag-covered casket on Tuesday, joining members of the public who had lined up before dawn to pay respects to the 41st president in the U.S. Capitol rotunda.
Besides the thousands of people streaming by, Sully, the late president’s service dog, was brought by, too.
In the midst of the mourning, the Trumps invited the Bush family to share some holiday cheer with a tour of the Christmas decorations at the White House.