(Reuters) – Former U.S. President George H.W. Bush remained hospitalized on Thursday nearby his home in Houston after experiencing crispness of exhale this week though was “doing well,” his orator said.
Bush, 90, was taken by ambulance to Houston Methodist Hospital on Tuesday. Spokesman Jim McGrath pronounced on Wednesday that a 41st president’s augury was certain and that he remained hospitalized as a precaution.
“He is still in a sanatorium and still doing well,” McGrath pronounced on Thursday in an emailed statement.
The latest health shock comes dual years after Bush, who was boss from 1989 to 1993, was certified to a same sanatorium for diagnosis of bronchitis and associated ailments.
Bush spent 7 weeks improving and became so ill he was believed during one indicate to be nearby death.
The former Republican boss suffers from Parkinson’s illness and can't use his legs. But he distinguished his 90th birthday on Jun 12 by skydiving in Kennebunkport, Maine, with a Army’s Golden Knight parachute team.
His eldest son, former President George W. Bush, this year published a best-selling book about his father, patrician “41 – A Portrait of My Father.”
(Reporting by Victoria Cavaliere in Seattle and Ian Simpson in Washington; Editing by Dan Grebler)