It’s not every day that two former U.S. presidents attend a professional football game together.
On Sunday, former President George H.W. Bush, and his son, former President George W. Bush, attended the Raiders vs. Texans game at Houston. They led the Texans onto the field, served as honorary captains, and paid tribute to U.S. soldiers and their families as part of Salute to Service Week. An amazing sight to see:
Glad to see the 41st U.S. president in such high spirits. And many thanks to Twitchy for the hat tip.
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