Doris joins PBS NewsHour to remember President George H.W. Bush
Doris joins Hari Sreenivasan on PBS NewsHour Weekend to talk about the legacy of President George H.W. Bush, who Friday night at 94 years old. “My biggest hope for young people watching this coverage in these last days will be that they can see what an honorable profession it is to be a public servant. Think of the adventure that George Bush was able to go through: Between being a congressman, being a war hero, being in the CIA, an envoy to China, ambassador to the U.N., and then of course vice president and president. There’s no question but that that winding path of all those different experiences made him a better leader. But more importantly: What an honorable life to have done that for public service. I want young people to know that again today, and that’s the best that can come out of this wonderful tribute to George Bush.” Listen to more from Doris here.