Farewell Holiday at Camp David for Bush Family

President George W. Bush and his members of his extended family are spending a last presidential Christmas at Camp David.

Holiday visitors to the Maryland mountain retreat include the president's twin daughters, Barbara and Jenna, and Jenna's husband, Henry Hager. The president's parents are also there, along with his siblings and their families.

Bush and his wife, Laura, have now spent a dozen Christmases at Camp David -- every year during Bush's presidency and during his father's own four years in the Oval Office.

Bush spent part of today making Christmas Eve calls to several U.S. service members stationed around the world, thanking them for their sacrifices and service.

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