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Trump Ordered The Federal Government Closed On December 5 'As A Mark Of Respect' For George H.W. Bus
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5 Dec 2018 12:24 PM EST

President Donald Trump ordered all executive departments and federal agencies closed on December 5. In an executive order, Trump said the decision was meant "as a mark of respect for George Herbert Walker Bush, the 41st President of the United States." Former president George H.W. Bush died on Friday, November 30, at age 94. Trump said he hoped people across the world would spend December 5 remembering Bush. The White House also issued a presidential proclamation that the American flag will fly half-staff on all public buildings and grounds, military posts, and US embassies around the world for 30 days after his death.

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