The nation will say farewell to former President George H. W. Bush on Wednesday morning in Washington D.C.
A state funeral is being held today for the late former President.
President Donald Trump has declared this as a national day of mourning.
On Tuesday, President Trump met with the Bush family including former President George W. Bush.
They visited George H. W. Bush’s casket in the capitol rotunda.
A stream of people continue to pay their respects to our 41st President at the capitol.
The funeral service is private at the National Cathedral, but will be live-streamed for the public starting at 10 a.m.
Those intending include the Trumps, remaining former U.S. Presidents, world leaders, and a host of dignitaries.
Governor Dannel Malloy issued an executive order, declaring today a “Day of Remembrance” to honor the late President. He’s asking everyone across the state to observe one minute of silence beginning at 10 a.m. Wednesday morning.