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George H.W. Bush felt the sting of winter cold in his last walk on the White House grounds as commander in chief, the January stroll punctuated by the barks from Ranger, the puppy of first dog Millie Bush. The world’s attention was focused on the steps of the Capitol, where Bill Clinton would assume the presidency. But Bush, who died Friday at 94 , was taking in the last moments of his one and only term. He sat in the Oval Office, the Resolute Desk stripped clean of documents and photos, Bush wrote in his memoir “All the Best, George Bush: My Life in Letters and Other Writings.”. Bush placed a single letter there, dated Jan. 20, 1993:. Dear Bill, When I walked into this office just now I fe... Full story

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