Lip reader reveals what was REALLY said at George H.W. Bush's funeral

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According to Larry Wenig, Inside Edition's resident lip reader, the exchanges were all friendly. Hillary told Michelle how proud she was of her, she said 'I love it' and she also spoke about family.
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