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Saturday, November 15, 2014

Two presidents in Arkansas today — Bush and Clinton

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click to enlarge MEET THE AUTHOR: George W. Bush will be in Bentonville. today.
  • MEET THE AUTHOR: George W. Bush will be in Bentonville. today.
You knew Bill Clinton was in town for his library's 10th birthday. But you might have missed the news that George W. Bush is paying a call to Arkansas, too.

Bush will be in Bentonville this morning at the Walmart Saturday morning executives' meeting (YouTube above taken there). Then he'll mosey over to a nearby Walmart Supercenter to sign copies of his new book, "41: A portrait of my father." (List $28, $16.13 online at Walmart. Expensive at half that.)

Good chance for Alice Walton to purchase some of Bush's art to hang in Crystal Bridges, don't you think?


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