Former presidents honor fallen soldiers on Memorial Day

Former presidents honor fallen soldiers on Memorial Day
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Former Presidents Bill ClintonWilliam (Bill) Jefferson ClintonFox News poll: Half of Americans say Trump should be convicted and removed Sunday shows - Spotlight shifts to Trump tweet, Senate trial witnesses Fox's Wallace confronts Dershowitz with clip arguing crime not necessary for impeachment MORE, George W. Bush and Barack ObamaBarack Hussein ObamaButtigieg: America 'united in mourning' Kobe Bryant's death Obama mourns 'heartbreaking' loss of Kobe Bryant and daughter Gianna 'The worst news': Political world mourns loss of Kobe Bryant MORE took to social media on Monday to honor America's fallen service members on Memorial Day.

Obama shared a photo of himself in front of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier with a message honoring "our fallen heroes."

Clinton kept his twitter message short, writing: “Remembering, honoring, and thanking all who served our great country.”

Bush shared on Instagram a portrait he painted of David Wright, a marine who died this month, and honored “the brave souls who have given their lives in defense of our country.”


“May we honor them in thought and in deed this #MemorialDay,” he added.