The five living Presidents and the First Ladies attended the service of George H.W. Bush

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The former four presidents and the former First Ladies along with the Republican President Donald Trump and the current First Lady of the United States of America Melania Trump gathered at National Cathedral to pay their tribute and honor one of the former presidents who once donned that role of the President of the United States by sitting in the Oval Office.

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Former Presidents such as Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton reportedly attended the memorial service of George H.W. Bush on Wednesday at the national cathedral, the Washington National Cathedral where the former president was allegedly remembered after he took his last breathe at the age of 94 on last Friday.

The current First Lady of USA, Melania Trump along with the former first ladies such as Laura Bush, Michelle Obama, Rosalynn Carter and Hillary Clinton also paid their ultimate tribute to USA’s 41st President aka commander in chief.

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In the ceremony, the Trumps were spotted sitting right next to the former Presidential family the Obamas. Donald Trump was also spotted greeting the former first husband and wife with handshakes while they were sitting down and reaching the cathedral. The remaining former presidents, as well as the first ladies, allegedly sat in the same row.

Mrs Clinton who also lost the presidential election of 2016 to Donald Trump. President Donald Trump didn’t appear to spot the Clintons when he first arrived at the Cathedral. George W was also present as a former president and a son. Mr Bush along with his wife Mrs Bush allegedly greeted all of the former presidents as well as the first ladies upon their arrival.

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The other kids of Bush such as like Neil Bush, Dorothy Bush Koch, Jeb Bush and Marvin Bush were also present at the ceremony for honouring their father.

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