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Former presidents sit together in National Cathedral to honor H.W. Bush

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President Trump and the First Lady arrive at the the National Cathedral at the state funeral of Fmr. President George H.W. Bush. The Trumps sit down next to Fmr. President Obama and Michelle Obama, Fmr. President Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton and Fmr. President Carter. Nicolle Wallace notes this is the first time that this group has sat together.