Our nation continues to pay their respects to the late President George H-W Bush.
The 41st president is back where he held office for more than a decade as he lies in state at the U.S. Capitol building in Washington.
George Herbert Walker Bush, the longest-lived president in the United States died Friday night in Houston, at the age of 94.
On Monday, members of the 41st president’s family, including his sons, former president George W. Bush, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush and their families were all there, as the casket was escorted up the Capitol steps.
The former president’s cabinet members, other dignitaries, and friends were there to pay their respects as well.
An honor guard will also be in place as President Bush’s casket lies in state at the Capitol, until Wednesday morning.
President Bush’s casket will be returned to Texas for burial at the Bush Presidential Library in College Station on Thursday, an invitation-only funeral will take place at the Washington National Cathedral.