Trump, the day before, spent 20 minutes visiting Bush family members, who were staying at Blair House, across the street from the White House.
President Donald Trump tweeted earlier Tuesday that Mrs.
Bush took a moment to slip another candy to ex-FLOTUS Michelle Obama during the funeral of his father and 41st POTUS George H.W. Bush. Their twin daughters, Jenna and Barbara, followed.
Nancy Pelosi, a previous Democratic House speaker nominated for the post in the new Congress, exchanged a warm hug with his eldest son George W Bush and came away dabbing her face.
Mourners lined up to enter the Capitol beginning Monday evening for the public viewing.
"He's a amusing man", she said.
"My opinion of him went up seeing how he conducted himself as a statesman afterwards". "My thoughts and prayers are with President Bush's family and the American people". "The Iraq war, the falling of the Berlin Wall, he wasn't (saying) that's all about me", Theresa Murphy, 64, a retired NY high school history teacher, said on Monday. "He seemed like a honest and decent man and you couldn't argue with his qualifications".
Inside the Capitol, people in wheelchairs visited the casket alongside Sully, the 2-year-old Labrador retriever assigned to Bush after his wife, Barbara, died in April. Bush also occasionally travelled by train in 1992, when he was defeated by Democrat Bill Clinton, including making Midwest stops aboard a train dubbed "The Spirit of America".
The law was just one point of intersection for Bush and Dole, now 95, who was one of its leading advocates in the Senate.
On Saturday, he reflected on their relationship, telling CNN's Ana Cabrera that his passing was an end of an era, as Bush was the last World War II veteran to serve as president.
George W Bush and others from the family travelled on the flight from Houston.
One of those who entered the Rotunda Tuesday was former Senator Bob Dole, a rival to Bush in the 1988 Republican presidential primary.
The late Mr Bush called Mr Trump a "blowhard".
Friends and family will celebrate his life during a memorial service at the National Cathedral in Washington.