Houston’s Mayor Describes What George H.W. Bush Means To City | MSNBC

President George H.W. Bush loved his adopted hometown of Houston – and the city loved him back. MSNBC’s Garrett Haake spoke to Mayor Sylvester Turner about why Bush garnered such a reverent following.

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