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Photos from the funeral services for George H.W. Bush

Photos from the funeral services for George H.W. Bush

There was one moment at former President George H.W. Bush's funeral that marked an awkward break from the warmth and unity that has been largely present this week.

Wednesday's national funeral service caps three days of remembrance by dignitaries and ordinary citizens.

Dole, 95, once faced Bush during the 1988 Republican primary fight for the presidential nomination but nonetheless maintained a decades-old friendship with the former president. It is also bringing together world envoys, the four remaining ex-presidents, and President Trump. Both Trumps shook hands with the Obamas, but President Trump did not offer his hand to the Clintons.

Former Secretary of State Hilary Clinton, right, greeted former Vice President Joe Biden.

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With President Donald Trump, a sharp NAFTA critic, seated in the front row at Bush's funeral, Mulroney said Wednesday the deal "created the largest and richest free trade area in the history of the world" and was "recently modernized and improved by new administrations".

Under the search and infamous "I'm Feeling Lucky" button is a line of text that simply reads: "President George H.W. Bush, 1924 - 2018".

Later, former President George W. Bush led his family's delegation into the church and stopped to shake all of the former presidents' and first ladies' hands before rejoining his family on the other side of the aisle.