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the discussion. >> former president george w. bush and president clinton were in dallas to talk about leadership. they also talked about their time in office and there are alliance as ex-president. it was hosted by the george w. bush and bill clinton presidential libraries and it is just about 50 minutes. [applause] >> pretty strong, tough to follow that act. i would like to think mrs. bush. -- i would like to start by acknowledging the presence of mrs. bush, thank you very much for being here. [applause] >> actually, i was supposed to do that. [laughter] well, how are your parents doing? former president bush: i hate these questions. i told dad today that i was going to be on stage with bill and you were the moderator. rubenstein: what did he say? former president bush: he was surprised. [laughter] rubenstein: ok? surprise you could not get anybody better! [laughter] former president bush: they are doing well. i am fortunate to be the only president with both parents alive after the presidency. every day it is a blessing to have your mom and dad alive. they are doing well. 93 y
and george w. bush and been a look at the experiences of muslims living in america. the government accountability on the gao list. economistiew with about the federal debt limit. former presidents george w. bush and bill clinton were in dallas to talk about leadership and how to build community. they also talked about their time in office and lives as x presidents. ex-presidents. it is 50 minutes. [applause] >> pretty strong, tough to follow that act. i would like to thank mrs. bush. thank you for being here. [applause] >> i was supposed to do that. how are your parents doing? former president bush: i hate these tough questions. i told dad today that i was going to be on stage with bill and you were the moderator. >> what did he say? former president bush: he was surprised. >> surprised you cannot do anybody better. >> -- former president bush: they are doing well. i am fortunate to be the only president with both parents alive after the presidency. every day it is a blessing to have your mom and dad alive. they are doing well. 93 and 92 years old. thank you for asking. i will tell
brought to you today by your cable or satellite provider. former presidents george w. bush and bill clinton on the importance of leadership, their time in office and postpresidential lives. the men sat down for discussion at the george w. bush presidential center in dallas last month. this is about 50 minutes. [applause] former president bush: i hate these questions. i told dad today that i was going to be on stage with bill and you were the moderator. >> what did he say? former president bush: he was surprised. [laughter] >> surprised you cannot do anybody better. former president bush: they are doing well. thank you very much. i am fortunate to be the only president with both parents alive after the presidency. so, every day is a blessing. to have your mom and dad alive. they are doing well. thank you for asking. i will tell them you asked. >> how is hillary doing? former president clinton: good, . if you knew our grandkids, you would know she's good. they are working on a book and we spent every available hour with our grandchildren. my grandson just turned one year old on father
on thursday, in a sitdown conversation in dallas, former president george w. bush and bill clinton talk about the importance of leadership, their post-white house careers and working to build better communities. the george w. bush and bill clinton presidential libraries hosted a discussion. it is just over 45 minutes. [applause] tough to strong, follow that act. i would like to think mrs. bush. thank you for being here. [applause] >> i was supposed to do that. how are your parents doing? i hatepresident bush: these questions. i told dad today that i was going to be on stage with bill and you were the moderator. he say?did former president bush: he was surprised. anybodyd you cannot do better. they are doing -- former president bush: they are doing well. i am fortunate to be the only president with both parents alive after the presidency. every day it is a blessing to have your mom and dad alive. they are doing well. thank you for asking. i will tell them you asked. >> how is hillary doing? ,ormer president clinton: good she has grandkids. book andworking on a we spent every availab
and george w. bush the importance of leadership and working to build better communities. this is just under an hour. . pplause] >> pretty strong. tough to follow that act. like to start by acknowledging the presence of mrs. bush. thank you very much for being here. . pplause] pres. bush: actually, i was that. ed to do >> i was going to ask about your parents. how are they doing? res. bush: i hate these tough questions. thank you for asking. i old tuncer dibirdik that was going to be on stage with bill and that you were the moderator. >> what did he say? surprised. he was [laughter] >> okay. surprised couldn't do anybody better? pres. bush: they're doing well. thank you very much. i'm really fortunate to be the only president with both parents alive after the presidency. a blessing day is to have your mom and dad alive, and they're doing well, 93 and thank you for nd asking. i'll tell him you asked. okay. how is hillary doing? pres. clinton: good. you knew our grandkids, you'd know she's good. he's doing really well, been working on her book, and we spent every available hour with gran
affiliates, and visiting cities across the country. former president george w. bush and bill clinton were in dallas on wednesday for a discussion about leadership and public service. they discussed their lives since leaving the white house. from the george w. bush presidential library, this is 45 minutes. host: let me ask you about your parents. how are they doing. pres. bush: thank you for asking. i told dad today i would be on stage with bill and you are the moderator. host: what did he say? pres. bush: he wasn't surprised. [laughter] surprised you couldn't do anybody better. pres. bush: they are doing really well, thank you very much. thefortunate enough to be only president with his parents polite after the presidency. so every day is a blessing. they are doing well, 92 and 93 years old. thank you for asking. i will tell them you asked. host: how is hillary doing? pres. clinton: if you knew our grandkids, you would know she's good. andwas working on her book we spend every available hour with our grandchildren. my grandson turned a year old on father's day which means every seven
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