George W. Bush hits Chicago for knee replacement surgery

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Former President George W. Bush snuck into Chicago over the weekend and headed to Rush University Medical Center’s Midwest Orthapaedics for a knee replacement surgery.

NBC Chicago reports Bush had surgery on Saturday and stayed at the Peninsula Hotel along with his wife Laura and a Secret Service contingent. Doctors visited him at the hotel to follow up on his surgery.

Bush returned to Dallas on Monday.

It’s unclear which knee he had replaced.

Via NBC Chicago

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