In Washington on Monday morning began the ceremony of farewell to the deceased last Friday at the 95th year of life of the 41st US President George Bush senior. The body of a veteran of World War II, who became the head of the White house, was taken to the American capital from Texas Houston on the presidential plane of Donald Trump.
The farewell ceremony with Bush will last until Wednesday morning, as required by the tradition of the funeral of the presidents, then the coffin with his body will be solemnly carried around the city in a carriage to the national Cathedral of Washington, where the funeral service will be held, and then taken to the airport and sent to Houston. George Bush Sr. will be buried on the territory of the presidential library named after him at the University of College -Station in Texas, next to his wife Barbara, who died in April this year, and his daughter Robin, who died in 1953 at the age of three. The President of the United States Donald Trump announced on December 5 a Day of national mourning in the United States. For 30 days, flags will be lowered on American state institutions.