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George H.W. Bush’s funeral: NBC anchors remember his legacy

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NBC’s Tom Brokaw and Andrea Mitchell join TODAY to remember George H.W. Bush’s legacy ahead of the late president’s funeral services in Washington, D.C. Of this special moment during which the country is coming together to remember Bush, Brokaw says, “Especially during a time when we have considerable political chaos in this country … it reminds everyone of who we are.”