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Former President George H. W. Bush will vote for Hillary Clinton

New York Daily News logo New York Daily News 20/09/2016 NICOLE HENSLEY

George Bush Sr, watching a football game in Houston, Texas. © Getty Images George Bush Sr, watching a football game in Houston, Texas. The “H” is maybe for Hillary.

Former President George H.W. Bush told political insiders at a Maine meetup he is casting his vote for Hillary Clinton, according to Politico.

Kathleen Hartington Kennedy said she met with the 92-year-old Republican on Monday. Bush reportedly told the former lieutenant governor for Maryland he would be supporting the Democratic nominee in November — instead of the candidate that disparaged his son and former presidential candidate Jeb Bush.

“The President told me he’s voting for Hillary,” Kennedy wrote in an apparently private Facebook post obtained by Politico.

A member of the Kennedy dynasty, Kathleen Hartington Kennedy, says she met with former President George H.W. Bush, who said he would be voting for Hillary Clinton in November. - Justin Sullivan/Getty Images © Provided by New York Daily News A member of the Kennedy dynasty, Kathleen Hartington Kennedy, says she met with former President George H.W. Bush, who said he would be voting for Hillary Clinton in November. - Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

GOP nominee Donald Trump often bullied the former Florida governor on Twitter and in televised debates for lacking enthusiasm during his White House bid.

A spokesman for the 41st President would not confirm or deny Bush’s alleged support for Clinton.

"The vote President Bush will cast as a private citizen in some 50 days will be just that: a private vote cast in some 50 days,” Jim McGrath said in an email to Politico. “He is not commenting on the presidential race in the interim.”

Bush’s other son and former commander-in-chief, George W. Bush, criticized Trump’s policies and said his presidency would promote “isolationism, nativism and protectionism,” sources told the Wall Street Journal in August.

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