The memorial services for George H.W. Bush, the nation’s 41st president, caught the nation’s attention this week. It’s been a time to reflect on his legacy. But beyond saying goodbye to a person, there was a sense that we were bidding farewell to a bygone political era that was marked by partnership instead of partisanship. BPC’s Bill Hoagland sits down with Jordan to discuss his own recollections of the president. Bill was the the lead Republican staffer for the Senate Budget Committee during Bush’s presidency. .
KEYWORDS: PINTS AND POLICY