Bob Dole, 95, salutes casket carrying George H.W. Bush

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Jim McGrath, Bush's spokesman, posted an image of Sully next to Bush's casket on Sunday along with the caption, "Mission complete".

Bush will lie in state all day.

Just look at that super cute tail wag. "He was 94 and is survived by his five children and their spouses, 17 grandchildren, eight great grandchildren, and two siblings", the former president's office said in a statement.

Here is a schedule of the events following Bush's death. Afterward, Bush's remains will be transported back to Houston to be buried in the family plot, alongside his wife and former first lady Barbara Bush, who died in April.

Despite Dole, a longtime United States senator from Kansas, challenging Bush for the Republican nomination in the 1988 presidential race, the two men remained friendly.

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US-POLITICS-BUSHSully, the yellow Labrador retriever who was former President George H.W. Bush service dog is seen during a departure ceremony at Ellington Field, on December 3, 2018, in Houston. There will be a motorcade that transports Bush to Washington National Cathedral for a state funeral.

The Postal Service also said that all retail locations will be closed on Wednesday in observance of the holiday.

Additional content offerings on Fox Nation include "Destiny and Power - The Private Diaries of George Herbert Walker Bush", hosted by Brit Hume, and a "A Bush Family Album", which features the Bush family's intimate stories about Bush and features special access to the Bush Family archives. "I don't think there are leaders like that today - the World War II generation, especially".

Bush was elected USA president in 1988 as the successor to Ronald Reagan. He would go on to serve as ambassador to the United Nations and China, head of the Central Intelligence Agency and chairman of the Republican National Committee before being elected to two terms as Ronald Reagan's vice president. The pair worked together to raise tens of millions of dollars for victims of a 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami and of Hurricane Katrina, which swamped New Orleans and the Gulf Coast in 2005.

In a recent essay, Clinton declared of Bush: "I just loved him".