Jenna Bush Hager Tearfully Calls Grandmother Barbara Bush a 'Fighter'

Jenna Bush Hager Tearfully Calls Grandmother Barbara Bush a 'Fighter'

Jenna Bush Hager Tearfully Calls Grandmother Barbara Bush a 'Fighter'

A family spokesman said Sunday, April 15, 2018, that the former first lady Barbara Bush is in "failing health" and won't seek additional medical treatment.

Bush would not seek further medical treatment and has instead chose to seek "comfort care" as her health fails. In April 2018, the Bush family announced that the former First Lady had made a decision to not seek further medical treatment and had chosen "comfort care".

Her husband of 73 years, former President George H.W. Bush, is with her, as are members of her family, including another former president and her son, George W. Bush.

McGrath also said that Bush even now, is concerned more for her family than herself.

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'Barbara and I talked to her last night.

On Monday, the Bush family announced that Mrs.

Bush is only the second person to be both a wife and a mother to a president of the United States. They had six children and have been married longer than any presidential couple in American history. It has taken me many years to accept that Mrs. Her other sons former President George W. Bush and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush also visited recently but have since left. She later said dyed hair didn't look good on her and credited the color to the public's perception of her as "everybody's grandmother". Bush and those like her are the most courageous.

Her pearls sparked a national fashion trend when she wore them to her husband's inauguration in 1989. But on the inside, she has been described as "fiery", a woman of "common sense" and a champion of literacy.

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