Former first lady Laura Bush, left, former President George W. Bush, first lady Michelle Obama and President Barack Obama attended the interfaith memorial service for the fallen police officers and members of the Dallas community in Dallas, Tuesday, July 12, 2016.
Former first lady Laura Bush, left, former President George W. Bush, first lady Michelle Obama and President Barack Obama attended the interfaith memorial service for the fallen police officers and members of the Dallas community in Dallas, Tuesday, July 12, 2016. Susan Walsh AP
Former first lady Laura Bush, left, former President George W. Bush, first lady Michelle Obama and President Barack Obama attended the interfaith memorial service for the fallen police officers and members of the Dallas community in Dallas, Tuesday, July 12, 2016. Susan Walsh AP

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