DALLAS — George P. Bush was talking about his future political plans — and how Donald Trump wouldn’t reshape them — when two women approached, giddy with excitement.
They wanted pictures with a man whose photogenic smile once landed him on People magazine’s most-eligible bachelors list. Up close, though, they saw something unexpected.
“You look like your dad,” Ruth Ann Pratt, a retired college math teacher from Lake Jackson, near Houston, finally exclaimed. “You turn slightly to the side, and you ARE your dad.”