The Capital Tonight crew got an early look at the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, along with several people who worked with the president during his term.

In Wednesday night’s show, former Bush advisor Karen Hughes, Wayne Slater of The Dallas Morning News and others shared their impressions of the main exhibit. 

 

While the museum’s main focus is on Bush’s time as president, his five years as Texas governor played a significant role in his political career. We spoke to two lawmakers who worked closely with him at the State Capitol: Sherri Greenberg and Kip Averitt. Click the logo below to see the full episode.