George P. Bush said Tuesday that his grandfather's passing can serve as a reminder that politicians on both sides of the aisle can come together despite their differences.

"We may not agree on everything," he told Maria Bartiromo, "but we can find commonality."

Bush, Texas' Land Commissioner and the son of ex-Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, also commended former Sen. Bob Dole (R-Kan.) for rising from his wheelchair in the Capitol rotunda to salute Bush 41's casket.

"That really speaks to this powerful moment for our country to come together despite our differences," he said.


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Bush also said that President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump visiting his grandfather's casket on Monday night was "a great moment."

He added that in visiting with the Bush family on Tuesday, Trump will "focus on the positives" and honor the patriot Bush 41 was.

"[He can] use this as an opportunity to talk about how we can all work together."

Bush said that his family will advise Trump on ways he can unite the country.

"That's a time-honored tradition," he said. "The fact that you can call upon a former two-term president and a former governor of the state of Texas [is] probably a good resource."

Watch more of Bartiromo's interview with George P. Bush above.


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