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"I thought it was a little inappropriate for a person to overhear a frail 92-year-old man, in a private setting, at a reception for the Points of Light Foundation — which focuses on volunteerism — to hear this and immediately go on Facebook and put it on there, and then go on national television and not even show up at the board meeting," Bush said to reporters Thursday after giving a lecture about education reform at Harvard University.

"I thought that was inappropriate," Bush said.

But he didn't deny the report.

Kathleen Hartington Kennedy Townsend, Robert F. Kennedy's daughter and a former lieutenant governor of Maryland, had posted on Facebook last week that she met the former president and that he said he planned to vote for Clinton. 

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