Brian Williams Reports: The Reunion - The President and His Men, 20 Years After the Gulf War

Synopsis: On the 20th anniversary of the Gulf War, President George Bush brought together key members of his foreign policy team for a round table discussion.
Genre: Documentary
60 min

- That was funny, kid.

- It wasn't supposed to be funny.

- What was your name again?

- Douglas.

Listen to me, all of you.

The man that lays here before us

was a very different man in his final days.

He changed a great deal for the good.

Yeah, you can tell by the sellout crowd.

Then you're gonna have

to take my word for it, Sam.

You'll all get your money

but we stand here quietly!

- Okay, okay.

- Pay respect to our father as a family.


- Yup.

- Yeah.

I'm sorry. Okay?

I'm sorry.

Don't even think about it.


How much money for you to help me?

Do you understand?

Anything you want.

Anything in the world you want

if you help me.

Can you buy me a place in heaven?

Well, we... Wait, wait.

Your father's will reads pretty standard.

After a lot of legal mumbo jumbo,

it all boils down to about $3 million.

A piece.

- What?

- Three million each.

Oh, my God, I'm free at last!

Thank you, Lord almighty.

I'm free at last!

Substantial estate. I thought he meant,

like, a two-bedroom condo in Boca.

A family and money at the same time.

What did the old man do?

- Did he rob a bank or something?

- It turns out his fifth wife was well-off.

Was she sucking on a tailpipe

when he proposed to her?

Leo, please.

She loved him very much till she died.

The old man's prints were all over that.

Oh, good Lord, stop.

Daddy left us his money, that's the bottom

line. But there are some contingencies.

What contingencies? What are you

talking about? Is it in pesos?

Why don't I go get a cup of Joe

and you kids...

...sort this out.

- Okay.

First of all...

...Daddy left me the executor

of the estate.

That seems to make a lot of sense.

Somebody we all trust.

Yes, because if you give the money

to Leo, he'll piss it away.

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