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Former President George H. W. Bush welcomes service dog named Sully, shows Bill Clinton socks

A photo via Twitter showing Sully lounging at the feet of Ex-President George H. W. Bush and former President Bill Clinton, who was visiting on Monday.

Former President George H. W. Bush welcomed the company Monday — a presidential visitor, and the others remain as a new member of the family.

The 94-year-old dog lover and his new service dog — a yellow Labrador retriever named Sully — met Monday on the Bush connection to the coast in Maine.

Sully had been formed, America’s VetDogs, a nonprofit that provides service dogs.

Bush aide Evan Sisley said the dog hit it off with Bush — can open doors, pick up objects and obtaining help, but the “more than anything else is the dog be a wonderful companion.”

Special visit today with a good friend-and now, a best-selling author. Fortunately, I had socks on a freshly washed pair of @bill Clinton to mark the occasion. pic.twitter.com/v9jb4sRexh

— George Bush (@GeorgeHWBush) June 25, 2018

Bush also welcomed one of its former competitors.

The former democratic President Bill Clinton visited on Monday with Bush at his home in Kennebunkport.

A photo posted on Twitter, the nation’s 41st and 42nd presidents shows share a moment, as the Bush a couple of “Bill Clinton shows socks.”

Clinton ended Bush’s plans for re-election in 1992, but both Bush, and his son, former President George W. Bush, are now friends with Clinton.

The elder Bush enjoys wearing colorful socks, and wore socks with books, in honor of his late wife’s commitment to literacy at their funeral.

Barbara and George Bush were married 73 years before her death at 17. April in Texas.

The Associated Press contributed to his report.

Frank Miles is covering a reporter and editor, sports, tech, military and geopolitics for FoxNews.com. He can be reached at Frank.Miles@foxnews.com.

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