Published: Tue, April 17, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Former-First Lady Barbara Bush declines medical treatment

Former-First Lady Barbara Bush declines medical treatment

"She's the best grandma anybody could have ever had - or have", said Hager, catching herself quickly, during a brief interview on the show.

Following reports that the United States former first lady Barbara Bush has declined further medical treatment for her "failing health", USA television channel CBS News mistakenly published her obituary on Sunday, reported RT.

The journalistic hara-kiri occurred on Sunday when CBS published an obituary article which had a headline proclaiming the 92-year-old to be dead. Her two eldest sons, former President George W. Bush and former Governor Jeb Bush of Florida, have both been to visit in recent days and were calling frequently on Sunday, according to a person close to the family.

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"Focusing on the family is the best place to start to make this country more literate, and I still feel that being more literate will help us solve so numerous other problems facing our society", she wrote in her 1994 memoir.

"They are surrounded by family, but I think the fact that they're together in this and he still says, 'I love you Barbie, ' every night is pretty remarkable", she said.

Leave your thoughts and prayers for Barbara Bush and we will forward them to her. Mrs.

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The 92-year-old is one of only two women (along with Abigail Adams) to both serve as first lady and be the mother of a US president. Abigail Adams, wife of John Adams, the nation's second president, was also a mother of the sixth president, John Quincy Adams. She married to George H.W. Bush when she was 19 and while he was a young naval aviator.

The story reportedly ran with the headline "DO NOT PUBLISH - Former first lady Barbara Bush d*es at age 92 DO NOT PUBLISH".

Bush married her husband on January 6, 1945. Proceeds from the books benefited adult and family literacy programs. Barbara Bush eschewed dying her hair, which ultimately turned white.

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