Former Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney began the second largest kudo with fulsome tribute.
“I think it is will be said that in the living standards of this country, the United States, which exist in my judgment the greatest democratic republic that God has ever placed on the face of this land, I believe it will be said that no inmate of the Oval Office was more courageous, more principled and more honest than George Herbert Walker Bush.”
To the humour of the crowd, Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney associates a Bush anecdote from an international summit.
He says Bush used to diligently take notes at working meeting. And at a Nato summit in Brussels the president continued to scribble notes during an wearisome speech by the prime minister of Iceland, which was only cut off when the secretary general firmly ordinance a coffee break.
Afterwards, Bush putting in place his confine and told Mulroney: “Brian, I’ve time learned the main principles of international affairs.”
“What’s that, George? ” Mulroney replies.
“The smaller the country the longer the lecture, ” says Bush.
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